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Kevin Teo - Autodesk Revit 2022 For Structure

19 Apr 2022, 04:10
Kevin Teo - Autodesk Revit 2022 For Structure
Published 04/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 10 lectures (6h 34m) | Size: 4.2 GB

Autodesk Revit 2022 For Structure
What you'll learn
Get familiar with the Autodesk Revit Structure Software.
Confidently list Autodesk Revit as a skills in your resume
Create 3D structural models for Analysis and Design using Autodesk Revit Structure
Exposed to both concrete and steel structure in Autodesk Revit
Exposed to structural design, structural engineering, detailing and steel connection.
Basic knowledge of Windows and PC
Previous experience on a CAD program is not essential but will benefit the student
Autodesk Revit
Basic knowledge of Structural Analysis and Design
n the world of BIM, it's no secret that Revit has stolen the show. The design and construction industry has finally standardized on the Revit platform making it essential to learn not only the picks and clicks of the software, but also the collaborative workflows. Autodesk 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 2022 used for structural design, featuring examples in imperial units (inches and feet). The course cover 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. It also cover how to 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 in Revit structure. Each video is kept to a reasonable length, drills immediately into the specifics, and as precise and succinct as possible
Topic cover under this course are as follows
Using Revit for structural engineering in imperial units
Linking architecture
Creating levels
Copy Monitor
Adding and setting up structural views
Creating view templates
Adding grids to the model
Adding steel columns to the model
Creating column offsets
Creating a column schedule
Adding slanted columns
Attaching columns to steel
Adding foundation walls
Adding wall footings
Adding piers and pilasters
Adding isolated footings
Creating a CMU elevator shaft
Shaft opening
Adding step footing
Tagging a step footing
Adding a step footing family
Retaining walls and footings
Adding perimeter beams
Adding beam systems
Modifying beam systems
Copy and Paste Aligned
Altering beam elevations
Adding joist systems
Tagging framing
Configuring beam joins
Creating a slab on grade
Adding a concrete floor with steel decking
Cantilevering slab edges
Creating thickened slabs
Creating slab depressions
Parallel to face
Perpendicular to face
Sketching rebar
Adding area reinforcing
View settings
Adding freeform rebar
Adding a brace frame elevation
Adding a brace frame
Adding brace frame gussets
Modifying plan view symbology
Creating a brace frame sheet
Creating stairs
Adding C shapes to stringers
Creating ramps
Sloping slabs
Pitching floors to struture
Sections and callouts
Adding detail components
Inserting AutoCAD
Adding text
Adding dimensions
Footing schedules
Pier schedules
Creating a pier tag
Creating a material takeoff
Adding Howe trusses
Attaching trusses to roofs
Changing truss materials
Editing the truss bottom chord
Detailing trusses
File sharing
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
Setting up the configurations
Splitting a wall into precast elements
Adding reinforcement to a precast element
Creating precast concrete planks
Creating precast shop drawings
Configuring symbolic settings
Managing materials
Configuring analytical settings
Creating load cases
Creating load combinations
Configuring boundary condition
Adding area loads
Adding line loads
Who this course is for
Structural Drafter
Structural Engineers
BIM Manager
BIM Coordinator
Construction Engineer
Structural Draftsmen
Anybody interested in Structural modeling, analysis, and design

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