Revit Structure

Overview
Revit Structure is Autodesk’s BIM software solution for structural engineers, that provides a feature rich tool set helping to drive efficient design processes in BIM (Building Information Modelling) environment or when working with other construction discipline using CAD Software, With Revit Structure you can create detailed 3D models for concrete RCC, steel and wooden structures. These models provide in-depth information regarding a structural foundation, beams, columns, pillars, etc.
Prerequisites: 
Candidates with good knowledge in AutoCAD and with an exposure to construction sites. This course is designed to get you up & running with Revit Structure by teaching you the things you need to know as a structural engineer.
Course Objective:
Aer completion of this course, learners and professionals can apply for job roles such as structural draftsmen, structural detailers and structural modellers. This course involves creating a 3D structural model using hands-on exercises to represent real-world situations for structural design projects. Learning Revit Structure helps structural engineers develop a physical and analytical model of a building structure. This model is utilised to create construction documentation, shop drawings and fabrication drawings.
key Contents:

Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure

Basic Concepts and Principles
Building Information Modelling &Revit Structure,

Getting Started with a Structural Project

Snaps Tool, Opening,

Saving and Closing a Project

Options Dialog Box

Seng up a Structural Project

Using Levels, Using Grids

Working with Reference Planes

Structural Columns, Walls, Foundations

Beams, Floors and Open Web Joists

Rotating, Mirroring and Arraying

Additional Editing Tools, Creating Groups

Documenting Models and Creating Families

Standard Views, Details, and Schedules

3D Views, Sheets, Analysis,

Reinforcements and Massing

Creating Building Elements from Massing

geometry

Duration: 80 Hrs
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