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Revit 2020: Essential Training for Structure (Metric)

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Overview

Find out how to use Revit 2020 for structural engineering. Learn to design foundations, add framing and rebar, and plot drawings—using examples in metric units (meters).

Revit is a great program for structural engineering, offering cutting-edge tools for designing solid structures and publishing clear, easy-to-share documentation. This course focuses on the major components of Revit 2020 used for structural design, featuring examples in metric units (meters). Instructor Eric Wing explains how to start a project and set up structural views; add foundations, reinforcing, and steel and concrete framing; model slabs and trusses; and build a whole lot more. He also helps you create detailed, annotated documentation for sharing and use in construction. The course is designed for members with no Revit experience, or for more advanced users who want to jump to a topic and start from there. Either way, this comprehensive course can teach you what you need to know to be dangerous in Revit structure.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Revit 2020
1. Setting Up the Project
  • Linking architecture
  • Creating levels
  • Copy monitor
  • Adding and setting up structural views
  • Creating view templates
2. Grids and Columns
  • Adding grids to the model
  • Adding steel columns to the model
  • Creating column offsets
  • Creating a column schedule
3. Foundations
  • Adding foundation walls
  • Adding wall footings
  • Adding piers and pilasters
  • Adding isolated footings
  • Creating a CMU elevator shaft
  • Shaft openings
  • Foundation slabs
  • Adding step footings
  • Tagging a step footing
  • Adding a step footing family
  • Retaining walls and footings
4. Steel Framing
  • Adding perimeter beams
  • Adding beam systems
  • Modifying beam systems
  • Copy and Paste Aligned
  • Altering beam elevations
  • Adding joist systems
  • Tagging framing
5. Floors and Slabs
  • Creating a slab on grade
  • Adding a concrete floor with steel decking
  • Cantilevering slab edges
  • Creating thickened slabs
  • Creating slab depressions
6. Reinforcing
  • Parallel to face
  • Perpendicular to face
  • Sketching rebar
  • Adding area reinforcing
  • View settings
7. Steel Brace Frames
  • Adding a brace frame elevation
  • Adding a brace frame
  • Modifying plan view symbology
  • Adding brace frame gussets
  • Creating a brace frame sheet
8. Stairs, Ramps, and Slopes
  • Creating stairs
  • Adding C shapes to stringers
  • Creating ramps
  • Sloping slabs
9. Detailing and Annotating
  • Sections and callouts
  • Coping
  • Adding detail components
  • Inserting AutoCAD
  • Adding text
  • Adding dimensions
10. Schedules and Tagging
  • Footing schedules
  • Pier schedules
  • Creating a pier tag
  • Creating a material takeoff
11. Trusses
  • Adding Howe trusses
  • Attaching trusses to roofs
  • Changing truss materials
  • Editing the truss bottom chord
  • Detailing trusses
12. Project Management
  • Phasing
  • Keynoting
  • Revisions
  • Plotting
  • File sharing
13. The Steel Tab
  • Configuring the connection settings
  • Adding a base plate
  • Adding a clip angle
  • Adding a column support
  • Customize a connection
  • Breaking a connection
  • Adding a plate and bolts
  • Adding welds and symbols
  • Adding modifiers
  • Adding a miter
  • Adding parametric cuts
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Eric Wing

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