Revit

CHAPTER – 1


Introduction to BIM


CHAPTER -2


2.1: Introduction to Revit Architecture
2.2: Special Features of Revit Architecture
2.3: Understanding Revit Elements
2.4: Working in one model with many views


CHAPTER -3: TERMS OF TECHNOLOGY


3.1: Understanding different versions of Revit
3.2: Recent files and Application Menu
3.3: Using Ribbon & Quick Access Toolbar(QAT)
3.4: Using Properties Palette
3.5: Modifying Properties & Professional Palette
3.6: Using Project Browser
3.7: Navigation Views (Zoom, Pan, and Rotate)
3.8: Salutation and Modifying Basics
3.9: Understanding Selection toggles
3.10: Accessing Revit Operation
3.11: Understanding view extends and cropping regions


CHAPTER-4: WORKING WITH PROJECT


4.1: Creating a new project from file
4.2: Accessing Multiuser Projects using work share
4.3: Configure Project Settings
4.4: Adding Levels
4.5: Adding Grids
4.6: Referring Layout with temporary dimensions
4.7: Adding Columns


CHAPTER-5: MODELLING WALLS, DOORS AND WINDOWS


5.1: Adding Walls
5.2: Using snaps
5.3: Wall Properties and Types
5.4: Locating Walls
5.5: Using Modifying Tools
5.6: Adding Doors and Windows
5.7: Using Constraints
5.8: Adding Plumbing Fixtures and other components
5.9: Using Autodesk Seek
5.10: Wall Joints


CHAPTER-6: LINKING IN REVIT


6.1: Linking AutoCAD Drawing Files
6.2: Creating Topography Link
6.3: Understanding CAD Inserts
6.4: Import Tips
6.5: Create a Group
6.6: Minor Groups to Create a Layout
6.7: Creating Revit Links
6.8: Rotating and Aligning a Revit Link
6.9: Establishing Shared Co-ordinates
6.10: Managing the links
6.11: Understanding File Formats


CHAPTER 7: MODELLING ROOF, CEILING & FLOOR


7.1: Working with Footprint Roofs
7.2:  Working with Ceilings
7.3: Working with Floors
7.4: Working with Extrusion Roofs
7.5: Attaching Walls to Roofs
7.6: Using Slope Editing tools, Create a Flat Roof
7.7: Working with Slope Arrows
7.8: Adding Openings


CHAPTER -8: WORKING WITH STAIRS


8.1: Working with Stairs
8.2: Adding Railings to Stairs
8.3: Working with Component based Stairs
8.4: Adding Extensions to Railings


CHAPTER-9: WORKING WITH COMPLEX WALLS


9.1: Creating Custom Basic Wall Type
9.2: Understanding Stacked Walls
9.3: Adding Curtain Walls
9.4:  Adding Curtain Grids, Mullians and Panels
9.5:  Creating Wall Sweeps and Reveals
9.6:  Model Lines


CHAPTER-10: VIEWS, VISIBILITY & GRAPHIC CONTROLS


10.1: Using Object tiles
10.2: Working with Visibility & Graphics
10.3: Using View Templates
10.4: Hiding and Isolating objects in a model
10.5: Understanding View Range
10.6: Displaying Objects Above and Below in Plan Views
10.7: Using Line Work Tool
10.8: Using Cutaway Views
10.9: Using Sketchy Lines


CHAPTER-11: WORKING WITH ROOMS


11.1: Adding Rooms
11.2: Controlling Room Numbering
11.3: Understanding Room Bonding Elements


CHAPTER-12: DOCUMENTATION


12.1: Understanding the Tags
12.2: Adding Schedule Views
12.3: Modifying Schedule Views
12.4: Creating Key Schedule
12.5: Using Images in the Schedule
12.6: Adding Sheets
12.7: Working with Place Order Sheets
12.8: Aligning Views with Guide Grid
12.9: Outputting Sheets to DWF file
12.10: Exporting to AutoCAD


CHAPTER-13: ANNOTATIONS


13.1: Adding Text
13.2: Adding Dimensions
13.3: Adding Symbols
13.4: Adding Legend Views


CHAPTER-14: DETAILING


14.1: Creating Detail Callout
14.2: Adding Detail Component
14.3: Using Arrays to Duplicate Parametrically
14.4: Adding Filled and Masking Regions


CHAPTER-15: PLOTTING


15.1: Plotting Sheets
15.2: Creating PDF
CHAPTER-16: PRESENTATION
16.1: Walkthrough/ Flythrough
16.2: Rendering
16.3: Sun and Shadow Settings
16.4: Topography and Plants

CHAPTER-17: WORKING WITH FAMILIES


17.1: Understanding the Families
17.2: Creating a New Family from the Template
17.3: Using reference Planes, Parameters and Constraints
17.4: Adding Solid Geometry
17.5: Cutting Holes using Void Geometry
17.6:  Adding Blends
17.7: Completing Families