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Revit Structure

Revit Structure is Autodesk's BIM software solution for structural engineering companies and structural engineers, that provides a feature rich tool set helping to drive efficient design processes in a BIM (Building Information Modelling) environment, or when working with other construction disciplines using Autodesk.

Streamline projects, from design concept to fabrication, with Revit Building Information Modeling software. Improve installation accuracy and constructability by connecting your structural design to the detailed model.

Revit Structure is a powerful platform or software in structural engineering, provides great exploration for cutting-edge tools and for creating design alternatives, building simulations, and publishing.Our training course is designed on a structural template of Revit, which will let you learn how to annotate, detail your model along with creating and printing sheets, importing CAD files, and much more.

Revit structure Training includes BIM software for structural engineering which enhances structural design coordination, minimizes the errors. Also, it helps in increasing overall efficiency, profitability, and ease the outcomes of high quality. 

Course Objective:

The primary objective of this course is to teach delegates the concepts of Building Information Modelling and introduce the tools for parametric design, analysis and documentation using Autodesk Revit Structure. This course offers both imperial and metric hands-on exercises representing real-world design scenarios.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Create 2D detail components, work with detail groups, and manage a library of typical details.
Add 3D rebar to beams and columns and add area and path reinforcements to walls and slabs.
Create a slab on metal deck, create a precast hollow core slab for a project, create a tapered moment
frame, create a 3D steel gusset plate, add steel stiffeners in a structural model, and create stepped footings.
Work with bar joist and truss families.
Work with and adjust the analytical model as well as be able to describe how to analyze the model
With external analysis applications.
Import and export data between AutoCAD® and AutoCAD® Architecture and Revit Structure projects.
Link Revit models, coordinate and monitor changes in a current project and a linked project, and check and fix interference conditions in Revit Structure projects.
Create, use, and manage worksets.
Publish Revit Structure files to Design Web Format™ (DWF™) files and work with DWF markup files.

Course Description:

This training course is intended to introduce you to the user interface and the basic building components of the software that makes Autodesk Revit a powerful and flexible structural modeling tool. The goal is to familiarize you with the tools required to create, modify, analyze, and document a parametric model.
Navigating the User Interface
Linking architecture
Creating levels
Creating view templates
Adding and placing steel columns
Creating foundations, with footings, piers, pilasters, and slabs
Designing retaining walls
Adding beam systems
Tagging steel framing
Creating a slab floor
Cantilevering slab edges
Reinforcing with rebar
Adding brace frames
Creating stairs and ramps
Detailing and annotating drawings
Inserting AutoCAD geometry
Creating schedules
Adding and attaching trusses
Plotting and sharing files

Career Opportunities:

 Requirements summary: 
 Bachelor s in Civil or Structural Engineering from a top-rated university 
 Deep Autodesk Revit Structure expertise 
 Building construction projects experience (e.g. offices, residential, hospitals ) 
 Previous team supervision experience 

Construction engineering knowledge required: 
 Building construction methods 
 Building materials including reinforced concrete, concrete prefab and semi-prefab elements and steel 
 Assembly of concrete and steel structures 
 Experience in reading and interpreting building structural drawings (concrete and steel) and ability to easily visualize the construction work 
 Knowledge of drawing conventions, symbols and abbreviations commonly used in Europe (Continent and UK) 
Software knowledge required: 
 Deep knowledge of complete Revit Skills: