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Autodesk Revit is building information modeling software for architects, structural engineers,
MEP engineers, designers and contractors developed by Autodesk.

Revit Structure Building Information Modeling (BIM) software for structural engineering
provides tools specifically built for structural design and analysis. With the advantage of BIM,
Revit structure helps to:

Improve multi-discipline coordination of structural design documentation

Minimize errors
Enhance collaboration between structural engineers and extended project team member,
such as architects, MEP engineers, and owners

The Fundamental benefits of BIM

1. 3D Visualization
2. Improved coordination
3. Accurate Estimation of Quantities and Cost
4. Automated Collision Checks
5. Quick changes to design, No Repetitive Tasks
6. High Quality Construction Documents
7. Expedite the Floor Planning
8. Tender Management
9. Enhanced Collaboration and Productivity
10. BIM 4D and 5D
11. High Level of Flexibility
12. Meet Owners Taste and Style


Core Concepts
Introducing building information modelling (BIM)
Working in one model with many views
Understanding Revit element hierarchy

Getting Comfortable with the Revit Environment

Understanding the different versions of Revit

Exploring the application menu
Exploring the application menu
Understanding context ribbons
Using the Properties palette
Navigating views: Zooming, panning
The basics of selecting and modifying

Starting a Project

Creating a new project from a template

Accessing a multi-user project with work sharing
Configuring project settings
Adding Levels
Adding Grids
Refining a layout with temporary dimensions


Placing beams and upgrading properties

Placing structural walls
Placing columns


Creating of floors
Adding a truss to the structure model
Adding a brace to connect beams and columns
Creating structural beam systems


Adds footing to the building model

Create foundation hosted by walls
Adding foundation slab to the building model


Placement of structural rebar

Placement of structural area reinforcement

Visibility and Graphic Controls

Working with visibility and graphic overrides
Using view templates
Hiding and isolating objects in a model
Understanding view range

Schedules and Tags

Understanding tags
Adding schedule views
Modifying schedule views
Creating a key schedule

Annotation and Details

Adding text
Adding dimensions
Adding symbols
Adding legend views
Creating a detail callout
Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically
Adding filled and masking regions

Basic Editing Tools

Basic Editing Tools

Using Filter
Use Of The TAB Key
Moving And Copying
Copy And Paste
Copy And Paste
Linear Arrays
Radial Arrays
Extend And Trim
The Align tool
Re-Hosting Elements


Controlling Visibility
Initial Plan Views
View Duplication
Creating Callouts
Ceiling Plans
Section Box
Scope Box

The Basics of Families

Understanding families
Creating a new family from a template
Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
Adding solid geometry
Cutting holes using void geometry
Adding blends
Completing the family

Sheets, Plotting, and Publishing

Adding sheets
Outputting sheets to a DWF file
Exporting to AutoCAD
Plotting and creating a PDF

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