Instant Revit!

A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2021

Author: David Martin

Publisher:

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Page: 518

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Instant Revit!: A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2021 This book is designed to give the student a basic introduction to the Revit 2021 computer aided design (CAD) program. The book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The student begins with three warm-up projects designed to familiarize them with the Revit interface. These projects will use the 2D portion of the program that will guide the student through a drawing of a one-view drawing of a geometrical component, a lighting plan with two alternate plans, and a two-view drawing of a single story house. Once the student completes these projects, they will begin the main project. The project is a two-story residential structure. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: first and second floor plans, section views, interior and exterior elevations, and detail views of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to download files that are used in the tutorials. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, appliances, lighting, people, countertops, and other elements. The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk Rendering site to process renderings within their cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Instant Revit!: a Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2017

Author: David Martin

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 310

View: 369

Instant Revit!: A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2017 This book is designed to give the student a basic introduction to the Revit 2017 computer aided design (CAD) program. The book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units.The student begins with three warm-up projects designed to familiarize them with the Revit interface. These projects will use the 2D portion of the program that will guide the student through a two-view drawing of a single story house, a one-view drawing of a geometrical component, and a lighting plan with two alternate plans. Once the student completes these projects, they will begin the final project. The project is a two-story residential structure. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: first and second floor plans, section views, interior and exterior elevations, and detail views of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to download files that are used in the tutorials. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, appliances, lighting, people, counter tops, and other elements. The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk 360 site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible with a minimum of extra information. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Instant Revit!

A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2019

Author: David Martin

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 378

View: 770

Instant Revit!: A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2019 This book is designed to give the student a basic introduction to the Revit 2019 computer aided design (CAD) program. The book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The student begins with three warm-up projects designed to familiarize them with the Revit interface. These projects will use the 2D portion of the program that will guide the student through a two-view drawing of a single story house, a one-view drawing of a geometrical component, and a lighting plan with two alternate plans. Once the student completes these projects, they will begin the final project. The project is a two-story residential structure. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: first and second floor plans, section views, interior and exterior elevations, and detail views of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to download files that are used in the tutorials. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, appliances, lighting, people, countertops, and other elements. The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk Rendering site to process renderings within their cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Instant Revit!

Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk Revit 2018

Author: David Martin

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 316

View: 499

Instant Revit!: Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2018 This book is for students that have some experience using Autodesk Revit. This book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The book consists of the drawing of a two-story commercial building. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: floor plan, longitudinal section, interior and exterior elevations, wall sections, detail views of the structure, and renderings of the interior and exterior of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to view demonstration videos of the tutorials and download files that are used for the project. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, fixtures, lighting, HVAC components, people, vehicles, elevators, etc... The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk 360 site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. After the project is completed, additional information about the creation and use of stacked walls and keynotes is presented. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible with a minimum of extra information. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Instant Revit!: a Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2015

Author: David Martin

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 278

View: 607

Instant Revit!: A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2015 This book is designed to give the student a basic introduction to the Revit 2015 computer aided design (CAD) program. The book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The student begins with three warm-up projects designed to familiarize them with the Revit interface. These projects will use the 2D portion of the program that will guide the student through a two-view drawing of a single story house, a one-view drawing of a geometrical component, and a lighting plan with two alternate plans. Once the student completes these projects, they will begin the final project. The project is a two-story residential structure. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: first and second floor plans, section views, interior and exterior elevations, and detail views of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to download files that are used in the tutorials. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, appliances, lighting, people, counter tops, etc... The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk 360 site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible with a minimum of extra information. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Manage Your Stress for a Happier Life

Author: Terry Looker

Publisher: Teach Yourself

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 272

View: 951

Teach Yourself - the world's leading learning brand - is relaunched in 2010 as a multi-platform experience that will keep you motivated to achieve your goals. Let our expert author guide you through this brand new edition, with personal insights, tips, energising self-tests and summaries throughout the book. Go online at www.teachyourself.com for tests, extension articles and a vibrant community of like-minded learners. And if you don't have much time, don't worry - every book gives you 1, 5 and 10-minute bites of learning to get you started. - Free yourself from stress - Learn how to find work-life balance - Feel mentally and physically healthy - Assess and treat your stress with the free 'biodots' included. This book explains why you feel stressed and how to do something about it. It includes a free package of 'biodots', which will help you diagnose and manage your stress; it will also explain the causes of your tension, and show you all the different strategies you can use to deal with it. It explains how better physical health can lead to better mental health, gives practical information on things like decluttering and work-life balance, and reveals what the new discoveries of NLP and similar techniques can do to help you banish stress forever.

Instant Revit!

Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2020

Author: David Martin

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 336

View: 328

Instant Revit!: Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk® Revit® 2020 This book is for students that have some experience using Autodesk Revit. This book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The book consists of the drawing of a two-story commercial building. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: floor plan, longitudinal section, interior and exterior elevations, wall sections, detail views of the structure, and renderings of the interior and exterior of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, path of travel, wall type, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to view demonstration videos of the tutorials and download files that are used for the project. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, fixtures, lighting, HVAC components, people, vehicles, elevators, etc... The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk Rendering site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. After the project is completed, additional information about the creation and use of stacked walls and keynotes is presented. At the end of the project, the student will be able to create a PDF portfolio of their project. This process uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Instant Revit!

Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2017

Author: David Martin

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 306

View: 974

Instant Revit!: Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2017 This book is for students that have some experience using Autodesk Revit. This book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The book consists of the drawing of a two-story commercial building. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: floor plan, longitudinal section, interior and exterior elevations, wall sections, detail views of the structure, and renderings of the interior and exterior of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to view demonstration videos of the tutorials and download files that are used for the project. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, fixtures, lighting, HVAC components, people, vehicles, elevators, etc... The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk 360 site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. After the project is completed, additional information about the creation and use of stacked walls and keynotes is presented. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible with a minimum of extra information. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time

Instant Revit!

A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2020

Author: David Martin

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 402

View: 540

Instant Revit!: A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2020 This book is designed to give the student a basic introduction to the Revit 2020 computer aided design (CAD) program. The book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The student begins with three warm-up projects designed to familiarize them with the Revit interface. These projects will use the 2D portion of the program that will guide the student through a two-view drawing of a single story house, a one-view drawing of a geometrical component, and a lighting plan with two alternate plans. Once the student completes these projects, they will begin the main project. The project is a two-story residential structure. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: first and second floor plans, section views, interior and exterior elevations, and detail views of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to download files that are used in the tutorials. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, appliances, lighting, people, counter tops, and other elements. The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk Rendering site to process renderings within their cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Instant Revit!

Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2016

Author: David Martin

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 234

View: 798

Instant Revit!: Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2016 This book is for students that have some experience using Autodesk Revit. This book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The book consists of the drawing of a two-story commercial building. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: floor plan, longitudinal section, interior and exterior elevations, wall sections, detail views of the structure, and renderings of the interior and exterior of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to view demonstration videos of the tutorials and download files that are used for the project. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, fixtures, lighting, HVAC components, people, vehicles, elevators, etc... The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk 360 site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible with a minimum of extra information. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Instant Revit!

Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2019

Author: David Martin

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 320

View: 211

Instant Revit!: Commercial Drawing Using Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2019 This book is for students that have some experience using Autodesk Revit. This book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The book consists of the drawing of a two-story commercial building. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: floor plan, longitudinal section, interior and exterior elevations, wall sections, detail views of the structure, and renderings of the interior and exterior of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to view demonstration videos of the tutorials and download files that are used for the project. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, fixtures, lighting, HVAC components, people, vehicles, elevators, etc... The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk Rendering site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. After the project is completed, additional information about the creation and use of stacked walls and keynotes is presented. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Mastering Autodesk Revit 2018

Author: Lance Kirby

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 1056

View: 457

Provides guidance for all skill levels to learn how to perform tasks using Autodesk Revit for Architecture.

Mastering Autodesk Revit 2020

Author: Robert Yori

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 1104

View: 653

The best-selling Revit guide, now more complete than ever with all-new coverage on the 2020 release Mastering Autodesk Revit 2020 is packed with focused discussions, detailed exercises, and real-world examples to help you get up to speed quickly on the latest version of Autodesk Revit. Organized according to how you learn and implement the software, this book provides expert guidance for all skill levels. Hands-on tutorials allow you to dive right in and start accomplishing vital tasks, while compelling examples illustrate how Revit for Architecture is used in every project. Available online downloads include before-and-after tutorial files and additional advanced content to help you quickly master this powerful software. From basic interface topics to advanced visualization techniques and documentation, this invaluable guide is your ideal companion through the Revit workflow. Whether you're preparing for Autodesk certification exams or just want to become more productive with the architectural design software, practical exercises and expert instruction will get you where you need to be. Understand key BIM and Revit concepts and master the Revit interface Delve into templates, work-sharing, and managing Revit projects Master modeling and massing, the Family Editor, and visualization techniques Explore documentation, including annotation, detailing, and complex structures BIM software has become a mandatory asset in today's architecture field; automated documentation updates reduce errors while saving time and money, and Autodesk's Revit is the industry leader in the BIM software space.

Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2013

Author: Don Bokmiller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 720

View: 848

An outstanding tutorial and reference for Autodesk Revit MEP This Autodesk Official Training Guide is the detailed reference and tutorial you need to master the powerful Autodesk Revit MEP 2013 building information modeling software. The expert authors combine their considerable mechanical, electrical, and plumbing experience to help you quickly learn the interface and tools, get hands-on practice with real-world projects and tutorials, and master expert techniques and tricks that only pros who use the software on a daily basis know. Explains how to integrate Revit MEP 2013 into workflows, worksharing, and schedules Covers using Revit MEP for mechanical design, including HVAC load analysis and designing ductwork and piping Covers using Revit MEP for electrical design, including lighting, power, communications, and circuits Covers using Revit MEP for plumbing design, including water systems, fixtures, sanitary piping, and fire protection Shows how to prepare models for analysis and import/export gbxml (green building xml) files Addresses managing content, from symbols and annotations to creating devices, adding details, and producing sheets Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2013 is the complete guide to this popular software, with a companion website that provides before-and-after tutorial files so you can compare your work to that of professionals.

Instant Revit!: a Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(r) Revit(r) 2018

Author: David Martin

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 340

View: 819

Instant Revit!: A Quick and Easy Guide to Learning Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2018 This book is designed to give the student a basic introduction to the Revit 2018 computer aided design (CAD) program. The book contains step-by-step project tutorials with screenshots using the Revit program. The units for the projects are in Imperial (Feet & Inches) units. The student begins with three warm-up projects designed to familiarize them with the Revit interface. These projects will use the 2D portion of the program that will guide the student through a two-view drawing of a single story house, a one-view drawing of a geometrical component, and a lighting plan with two alternate plans. Once the student completes these projects, they will begin the final project. The project is a two-story residential structure. A three-dimensional model of the project will be developed and used to create views of the: first and second floor plans, section views, interior and exterior elevations, and detail views of the structure. Some of these drawings will be annotated with dimensions and notes. Door, window, and room finish schedules will be also be created. Once these drawings are completed, the student will then create design options of the structure. This allows the design to be presented with multiple styles or options within the same file. There is also a companion website for the book that is maintained by the author. Purchasers of the book will be able to download files that are used in the tutorials. Revit families are presented as part of the project. Families are groups of elements that may be added to the project such as: furniture, cabinetry, appliances, lighting, people, counter tops, and other elements. The student will utilize these files to add various elements to their project. Family files are also provided from manufacturer's sites and the companion website. Students will then be guided through the process of creating perspective views and renderings of the project. Instruction includes use of the Autodesk 360 site to process renderings within a cloud. Cloud rendering utilizes an Autodesk server for processing instead of the student's own computer. This allows for renderings to be created at a much faster rate. At the end of the project, the student has the option of creating a PDF portfolio of the project. This uses an additional, free program to assemble the files. Emphasis is placed on making the learning process as quick and as easy as possible with a minimum of extra information. This way the student may concentrate on completing the project and becoming a productive Revit drafter and designer in a relatively short time.

Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2015

Autodesk Official Press

Author: Don Bokmiller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 792

View: 656

The definitive guide to Autodesk Revit MEP The expert author team for this Autodesk Official Press book has employed their years of experience to develop this exhaustive reference and tutorial, which is perfectly paced to cover all the core concepts and functionality of Revit MEP including: Navigating the interface Project setup and templates Worksharing Mechanical concerns such as building loads and ductwork Electrical concerns such as lighting and communications outlets Plumbing concerns such as fixtures and water systems This revision covers all of Revit MEP's new features and includes more advanced electrical and plumbing information. In addition, the book features real-world sidebars and hands-on tutorials that reinforce the detailed discussions, along with downloadable before-and-after tutorial files to help you complete the hands-on projects. This Autodesk Official Press book is the perfect resource for becoming a Revit MEP expert.

Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016

Autodesk Official Press

Author: Simon Whitbread

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 816

View: 495

Get up and running on Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 with this detailed, hands-on guide Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 provides perfectly paced coverage of all core concepts and functionality, with tips, tricks, and hands-on exercises that help you optimize productivity. With a focus on real-world uses and workflows, this detailed reference explains Revit MEP tools and functionality in the context of professional design and provides the practical insight that can only come from years of experience. Coverage includes project setup, work sharing, building loads, ductwork, electrical and plumbing, and much more, with clear explanation every step of the way. The companion website features downloadable tutorials that reinforce the material presented, allowing you to jump in at any point and compare your work to the pros. This is your guide to master the capabilities of this essential productivity-enhancing tool. Generate schedules that show quantities, materials, design dependencies, and more Evaluate building loads, and design logical air, water, and fire protection systems Create comprehensive electrical and plumbing plans tailored to the project Model your design with custom parameters, symbols, fixtures, devices, and more If you're ready to get on board this emerging design, collaboration, and documentation paradigm, Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 is the one-stop resource you need.

Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2014

Autodesk Official Press

Author: Don Bokmiller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 744

View: 942

The ultimate reference and tutorial to harness the power of Revit MEP This Autodesk Official Press book will help you develop your expertise with Revit MEP's core concepts and functionality. Based on the authors' years of real-world experience, this comprehensive reference and tutorial has been updated to cover all of the new features of Revit MEP, and includes best practices, techniques, tips, tricks, and real-world exercises to help you hone your skills. Shows how to use the interface effectively, explains how to create and use project templates, and details ways you can improve efficiency with worksharing and collaboration Addresses generating schedules that show quantities, materials, design dependencies, and more Looks at creating logical air, water, and fire protection systems; evaluating building loads; and placing air and water distribution equipment Covers lighting, power receptacles and equipment, communication outlets and systems, and circuiting and panels Zeroes in on creating water systems, plumbing fixtures and their connectors, water piping, and more Featuring real-world scenarios and hands-on tutorials, this Autodesk Official Press book features downloadable before-and-after tutorial files so that you can compare your finished work to that of the professionals. It's the perfect resource for becoming a Revit MEP expert.

Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2011

Author: Don Bokmiller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Category: Computers

Page: 624

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Master all the core concepts and functionality of Revit MEP Revit MEP has finally come into its own, and this perfectly paced reference covers all the core concepts and functionality of this fast-growing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing software. The authors collate all their years of experience to develop this exhaustive tutorial that shows you how to design using a versatile model. You'll discover tips, tricks, and real-world exercises that only authors who use the software daily in a professional environment can know and explain. Explores the basics of the interface, how to create and use project templates, how to generate schedules that show quantities, materials, design dependencies, and more Examines the mechanical side of Revit MEP, including chapters on creating logical air, water, and fire protection systems and evaluating building loads Delves into how to best generate and model content, including solid modeling, creating symbols, using parameters, creating equipment, and more Featuring real-world sidebars, hands-on tutorials, and a supporting Web site, this reference allows you to jump into any tutorial and compare your finished work to the pros.

Autodesk Revit 2017 Architectural Command Reference

Author: Daniel John Stine

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 736

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This book provides you with an easy to use reference for all of Autodesk Revit’s Architectural Commands. This command reference can be used as you are working in the software to help you understand what each command does and how it may be used in your overall workflow. Also included with this book are nearly 100 videos tutorials which will further help you master Autodesk Revit. The book is organized in the same way the Revit user interface is presented. Each tab of the Ribbon is represented as a chapter in the book. Within the chapter each button is represented in the book as it appears on the Ribbon from left to right. Organizing the book in this way makes it easy to locate each command in the book and understand its use. For each command entry you will see a brief description of what the tool will do, how it is used, and the options you will be given as you use the tool. In some cases the author’s suggestions or tips about the use of the tool will also be presented. As you learn the tools in Revit you may not need to read the full entry on the tool. To help facilitate this, many of the tools include a “Quick Steps” section to explain the tools and options in outline form. This book will help facilitate your learning of the Revit interface and all of the commands. For more experienced users, the command reference may introduce you to commands you have not used before or help you with commands you use less frequently. Whatever level of user you are, this command reference becomes a valuable resource to you as you work with Revit.