Revit 2017 Architecture
Mercury Learning & Information
20th January 2017
- ISBN 9781944534646
- Language English
- Pages 548 pp.
- Size 7" x 9"
- Images figures
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Covering all of the major techniques, this book uses both metric and imperial units to illustrate the myriad drawing and editing tools for this popular application. Use the companion files to set up drawing exercises and projects and to see all of the book’s figures. Revit 2017 Architecture includes over 100 exercises or “mini-workshops” that complete small projects from concept through actual plotting. Solving all of these workshops will simulate the creation of three projects (architectural and mechanical) from beginning to end, without overlooking any of the basic commands and functions in Revit Architecture 2017.
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• Designed for novice users of Revit 2017 Architecture. Most useful for “teach yourself” or instructor-led Revit training. No previous CAD experience is required
• Uses both English and metric units in examples, exercises, projects, and descriptions
• Accompanied by companion files that feature drawings, practice and finished plots, figures, etc.
• Includes over 50 “mini-workshops” and hundreds of figures that complete small projects
• Helps you to prepare for the Revit Architecture Certified Professional exam
• Exercises and projects included for use as a textbook
1: Introduction to Revit Architecture.
2: How to Draw and Modify in Revit.
3: Project Preparation.
4: All You Need to Know about Walls.
5: Inserting Doors and Windows.
6: Creating and Controlling Curtain Walls.
7: Creating Floors.
8: Creating Roofs.
9: Components & Ceiling.
10: Creating Stairs, Ramps, and Railings.
11: Creating and Manipulating Views.
12: Annotation and Legends.
13: Visualize in Revit and Printing.
14: Creating Schedules.
15: Project Phasing and Design Options.
16: Toposurfaces in Revit.
17: Creating Rooms and Areas.
18: Tagging and Detailing.
19: Creating Groups and Revit Links.
20: Importing and Exporting Files in Revit.
21: Creating Masses in Revit.
22: Customizing Walls, Roofs, Floors, & Compound Ceilings.
23: Creating Families in Revit.
24: Customizing Doors, Windows, and Railing Families.