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Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016: Autodesk Official Press
Год издания: 2015
Автор: James Vandezande, Eddy Krygiel
Издательство: Sybex
ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-119-04461-1
Серия: Autodesk Revit
Язык: Английский
Формат: PDF/EPUB
Качество: Изначально компьютерное (eBook)
Интерактивное оглавление: Да
Количество страниц: 1008
Описание: The Autodesk-endorsed guide to real-world Revit Architecture mastery
Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016 provides focused discussions, detailed exercises, and compelling, real-world examples to help you get the most out of the Revit Architecture 2016 software. Information is organized to reflect the way you learn and implement Revit, featuring real-world workflows, in-depth explanations, and practical tutorials that help you understand Revit and BIM concepts so you can quickly start accomplishing vital tasks. The thorough coverage makes this book an ideal study guide for those preparing for Autodesk's certification exam. The companion website features before-and-after tutorials, additional advanced content, and video on crucial techniques to help you quickly master important tasks.
This comprehensive guide walks you through the software to help you begin designing quickly.
Understand basic BIM concepts and the Revit interface
Explore templates, work-sharing, and project management workflows
Learn modeling, massing, and visualization techniques for other industries
Work with complex structures, annotation, detailing, and much more
To master what is quickly becoming an essential industry tool, Mastering Revit Architecture 2016 is your ultimate practical companion.

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Foreword xxiii
Introduction xxvii
Part 1 • Fundamentals 1
Chapter 1 • Introduction: The Basics of BIM 3
What Is Revit? 3
Understanding a BIM Workflow 4
Leveraging BIM Processes 5
Visualizing 6
Analyzing 10
Strategizing 11
Focusing Your Investment in BIM 11
Staffing for BIM 12
Understanding Project Roles 12
Establishing a BIM Execution Plan 15
The Bottom Line 17
Chapter 2 • Applying the Principles of the User Interface and Project Organization 19
Understanding the User Interface 19
Accessing and Using the Application Menu 20
Using the Quick Access Toolbar 20
Using the InfoCenter 21
Getting to Know the Ribbon 21
Using Other Aspects of the UI 25
Navigation Methods 33
Defining Project Organization 36
Introducing Datum Objects (Relationships) 36
Using Content 48
Working with Views 50
Managing Your Project Model 65
The Bottom Line 66
Chapter 3 • The Basics of the Toolbox 67
Selecting, Modifying, and Replacing Elements 67
Selecting Elements 67
Selection Options 69
Filtering Your Selection 70
Using Selection-based Filters 70
Selecting All Instances 70
Using the Properties Palette 71
Matching Properties 73
Using the Context Menu 73
Editing Elements Interactively 74
Moving Elements 74
Copying Elements 78
Rotating and Mirroring Elements 79
Arraying Elements 81
Scaling Elements 83
Aligning Elements 84
Trimming or Extending Lines and Walls 84
Splitting Lines and Walls 86
Offsetting Lines and Walls 87
Preventing Elements from Moving 88
Exploring Other Editing Tools 90
Using the Join Geometry Tool 90
Using the Split Face and Paint Tools 91
Copying and Pasting from the Clipboard 91
Using the Create Similar Tool 93
Using Keyboard Shortcuts (Accelerators) 93
Double-click to Edit 94
Modeling Site Context 95
Using a Toposurface 96
Creating a Toposurface from a Points File 100
Creating a Building Pad 104
Generating Property Lines 105
Cut/Fill Schedules 108
The Bottom Line 110
Chapter 4 • Configuring Templates and Standards 111
Introducing Project Templates 111
Customizing Project Settings for Graphic Quality 112
Discovering Object Styles 113
Using Line Settings 114
Defining Materials 119
Defining Fill Patterns 128
Preconfiguring Color Schemes 135
Increasing Efficient View Management 138
Organizing Views 138
Creating and Assigning Filters 141
Using View Templates 143
Creating Custom Annotations 147
Introducing Tag Family Fundamentals 148
Creating a Custom Door Tag 149
Customizing View Tags 152
Starting a Project with a Custom Template 157
Strategies for Managing Templates 158
Aggregating Template Data 159
The Bottom Line 164
Part 2 • Collaboration and Teamwork 165
Chapter 5 • Working in a Team 167
Understanding Worksharing Basics 167
Enabling Worksharing on Your Project 169
Types of Worksets 171
Creating a Central File 171
Selecting a Starting View 174
Creating a Local File 175
Using Worksharing Usernames 178
Organizing Worksets 179
Moving Elements between Worksets 181
Managing Workflow with Worksets 184
Saving Work 186
Saving at Intervals 188
Loading Work from Other Team Members 188
Using Worksharing Visualization 189
Managing Workset Visibility in View Templates 192
Closing Revit 192
Disabling Worksharing 194
Understanding Element Ownership in Worksets 195
Understanding Editing Requests 197
Placing an Editing Request 197
Granting an Editing Request 199
Relinquishing Permission 200
Using the Worksharing Monitor 200
Collaborating in the Cloud 201
A360 Collaboration for Revit 203
The Bottom Line 203
Chapter 6 • Working with Consultants 205
Preparing for Collaboration 205
Managing the Coordination Process 206
Using Linked Models in Revit 209
Shared Positioning 210
Using Project Base Point and Survey Point 213
Using Worksets to Organize Linked Models 219
Summarizing the Benefits and Limitations of Linked Models 221
Using Linked Models—Exercises 222
Using the Coordination Tools 225
Using the Copy/Monitor Command 226
Using the Copy/Monitor Command—An Exercise 228
Using the Coordination Review Tool 230
Using the Coordination Review Tool—An Exercise 232
Using Interference Checking in 3D Coordination 233
The Bottom Line 236
Chapter 7 • Interoperability: Working Multiplatform 237
Examining Interoperability on a BIM Curve 237
Inserting CAD Data 238
Using Predefi ned Settings for Inserted CAD Data 238
Importing vs Linking 240
Using Options During Importing/Linking 240
Manipulating Inserted CAD Data 242
Using Inserted 2D Data 245
Setting Options for BIM Conversion 246
Using CAD Data for Coordination 247
Linking Details 247
Using Inserted 3D Data 250
Using CAD Data as a Mass 250
Using CAD Data as a Face 251
Using CAD Data as an Object 254
Exporting CAD Data 256
Preparing a List of Views for Exporting 257
Settings for DWG Exports 259
Exporting 2D CAD Data 264
Exporting 3D Model Data 266
Exporting to SketchUp 266
Using IFC Interoperability 269
The Bottom Line 276
Part 3 • Modeling and Massing for Design 277
Chapter 8 • Advanced Modeling and Massing 279
The Massing User Interface and Functionality 279
Creating Mass Geometry 282
Creating an In-Place Mass 283
Placing a Mass 289
Creating Mass Floors 290
Scheduling Masses 291
Massing Surfaces 293
Using Free-form Building Massing 298
Dissolving and Rebuilding 305
Creating Formula-driven Massing 313
Creating a Generic Model Mass Family 313
Creating a Complex Mass Family 326
The Bottom Line 334
Chapter 9 • Conceptual Design and Design Analysis 335
Analysis for Sustainability 335
Creating a Conceptual Mass 336
Modeling an Adaptive Component 337
Building the Massing Framework 344
Energy Modeling 350
Conceptual Energy Analysis 351
Energy Analysis Setup 352
Running Energy Analysis Simulations 357
Refining the Conceptual Analysis 360
Detailed Energy Modeling 367
Exporting to gbXML 368
The Bottom Line 374
Chapter 10 • Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options 375
Using Phasing 375
What Can You Phase? 378
Implementing Phase Settings 379
Illustrating the Geometry Phase 385
Using the View Phase 388
Creating and Using Groups 394
Creating Groups 394
Modifying Groups 396
Creating New Groups 398
Excluding Elements within Groups 400
Saving and Loading Groups 402
Creating Groups from Links 404
Using Best Practices for Groups 406
Making Design Options for Design Iteration 407
Creating Design Options 408
Editing Design Options 411
Viewing and Scheduling Design Options 412
Removing Design Options and Option Sets 412
Combining Phasing, Groups, and Design Options 416
Phase 1: Demolition 417
Phase 1: Proposed 419
Phase 2: Demolition 420
Phase 2: Proposed 422
Scheduling 423
Using the Design Option Tool 427
The Bottom Line 430
Chapter 11 • Visualization 431
Explaining the Role of Visualization 431
Understanding View Controls 432
Setting the Detail Level 433
Working with Graphic Display Options 435
Working with the Section Box 446
Understanding Analytic Visualization 448
Project Parameters 449
Setting User-defined Parameters 452
Identifying Design Elements 455
Setting Solar and Shadow Studies 456
Understanding Photorealistic Visualization 458
Rendering Sequence and Workflow 459
Creating Perspective Views 459
Locking Your View 463
Creating a Walkthrough 464
Exporting a Walkthrough 468
Rendering Settings 469
Using Monochromatic Views to Examine Context and Lighting 472
Adjusting Lighting and Interior Renderings 477
Placing Artificial Lighting 478
Manipulating Light Groups 479
Assigning Materials 485
Rendering in the Cloud 486
The Bottom Line 488
Part 4 • Extended Modeling Techniques 489
Chapter 12 • Creating Walls and Curtain Walls 491
Using Extended Modeling Techniques for Basic Walls 491
Creating Basic Wall Types 492
Adding Wall Articulation 501
Modeling Techniques for Basic Walls 508
Creating Custom In-Place Walls 515
Creating Stacked Walls 516
Creating Simple Curtain Walls 519
Designing a Curtain Wall 521
Customizing Curtain Wall Types 529
Creating Complex Curtain Walls 534
Dividing the Surface 535
Dividing the Surface with Intersects 538
Applying Patterns 539
Editing the Pattern Surface 539
Editing a Surface Representation 540
Adding Definition 542
Creating Custom Patterns 551
Limiting the Size of Pattern-based Families 552
Using the Adaptive Component Family 554
Scheduling Pattern-based Panels 556
The Bottom Line 557
Chapter 13 • Modeling Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs 559
Understanding Floor Types 559
Modeling a Floor 559
Creating a Structural Floor 562
Modeling Floor by Face 566
Defining a Pad 566
Sketching for Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs 567
Modeling Slab Edges 568
Creating a Custom Floor Edge 569
Modeling Floor Finishes 572
Using a Split Face for Thin Finishes 572
Modeling Thick Finishes 574
Creating Ceilings 575
Understanding Roof Modeling Methods 576
Constructing a Roof by Footprint 579
Applying a Roof by Extrusion 582
Roof In-place 583
Creating a Roof by Face 584
Creating a Sloped Glazing 585
Using Slope Arrows 585
Using Additional Roof Tools 586
Using Advanced Shape Editing with Floors and Roofs 589
Creating a Roof with a Sloped Topping 590
Applying a Variable Thickness to a Roof Layer 592
The Bottom Line 593
Chapter 14 • Designing with the Family Editor 595
Getting Started with a Family 595
Understanding In-place Families 596
Choosing the Right Family Template and Category 597
Choosing Between Hosted and Nonhosted Family Types 600
Creating Other Types of Families in the Family Editor 601
Understanding the Family Editor 604
Developing the Framework for a Family Component 605
Creating the Necessary Reference Planes, Lines, and Points 606
Using Dimensions to Control Geometric Parameters 610
Reviewing the Differences Between Type and Instance Parameters 614
Organizing Solids and Lines in a Family Editor 618
Modeling Techniques in the Family Editor 622
Creating an Extrusion 623
Creating a Sweep 625
Creating a Revolve 629
Creating a Blend and Swept Blend 630
Nesting Families 634
Troubleshooting Techniques 637
Doing a Visibility Check 637
Applying Parametric Arrays and Family Type Parameters 639
The Bottom Line 642
Chapter 15 • Creating Stairs and Railings 645
Designing Stairs and Railings 645
Reviewing the Key Components of Stairs and Railings 647
Reviewing the Basic Rules of Stairs 647
Working with Stair Components 649
Reviewing the Components of Railings 650
Creating Stairs 657
Understanding the Stair Tools 658
Using the Components for Customizing Stairs 663
Creating Stairs with Other Tools 677
Annotating Stairs 684
Creating Railings 686
Creating a Custom Railing 689
Creating Glass Railings with the Curtain Wall Tool 693
Using the Railing Tool for Other Objects 696
The Bottom Line 700
Part 5 • Documentation 701
Chapter 16 • Detailing Your Design 703
Creating Details 703
View Types for Detailing 703
Working with the Detailing Process 705
Detailing Tools 707
Using the Detail Line Tool 707
Using the Linework Tool 708
Using Filled Regions and Masking Regions 709
Adding Detail Components 715
Repeating Detail Component 719
Using Line-based Detail Components 723
Drafting Insulation 723
Creating Detail Groups 724
Adding Detail Components to Families 726
Reusing Details from Other Files 729
Using CAD Details 729
Using Details from Other Revit Projects 730
The Bottom Line 734
Chapter 17 • Documenting Your Design 737
Documenting Plans 737
Calculating Space Using Room Objects 737
Creating Area Plans 740
Adding Area Objects 744
Modifying Area Plans 747
Creating Schedules and Legends 748
Creating Schedules 748
Using Legends 761
Laying Out Sheets 763
Adding the Area Plan 763
Activating a View 763
Using Guide Grids 765
Adding the Schedule 766
Finishing the Sheet 768
The Bottom Line 769
Chapter 18 • Annotating Your Design 771
Annotating with Text and Keynotes 771
Using Text 771
Using Keynotes 776
Annotating with Tags 788
Inserting Tags 789
Using the Tag Toolset 790
Adding Dimensions 794
Using Dimension Equality 797
Customizing Dimension Text 798
Editing Dimension Strings 800
Using Alternate Units 802
Annotating with Project and Shared Parameters 803
Creating Project Parameters 804
Creating Shared Parameters 808
The Bottom Line 816
Part 6 • Construction and Beyond 819
Chapter 19 • Working in the Construction Phase 821
Using Revisions in Your Project 821
Creating a Revision Cloud 821
Placing Revision Clouds 824
Tagging a Revision Cloud 826
Disabling the Leader 827
Using Digital Markups 827
Publishing to Design Review 828
Modeling for Construction 833
Creating Parts 834
Modifying Parts 835
Scheduling Parts 842
Creating Assemblies 843
Creating Assembly Views 844
The Bottom Line 846
Chapter 20 • Presenting Your Design 847
Understanding Color Fill Legends 847
Making a Color Fill Legend for Rooms 848
Customizing a Color Fill Legend 852
Modifying Other Settings 855
Using Numerical Ranges for Color Schemes 856
Presenting with 3D Views 859
Orienting to Other Views 859
Annotating 3D Views 861
Editing Viewport Types 862
Creating “Exploded” Axonometric Views 864
The Bottom Line 871
Chapter 21 • Working with Point Clouds 873
Understanding LiDAR R 873
Hardware 874
Benefits of LiDAR 875
Collecting Existing Conditions 875
Planning for a LiDAR Survey 879
Exterior or Interior 879
Level of Detail 880
Imagery and Color 880
Schedule 880
Using the Scan in a Project 882
Getting Started with a Point Cloud 884
Modeling with a Point Cloud 889
Manipulating a Point Cloud 892
The Bottom Line 894
Appendices 895
Appendix A • The Bottom Line 897
Chapter 1: Introduction: The Basics of BIM 897
Chapter 2: Applying the Principles of the User Interface and Project Organization 898
Chapter 3: The Basics of the Toolbox 898
Chapter 4: Configuring Templates and Standards 899
Chapter 5: Working in a Team 900
Chapter 6: Working with Consultants 901
Chapter 7: Interoperability: Working Multiplatform 902
Chapter 8: Modeling and Massing for Design 903
Chapter 9: Conceptual Design and Design Analysis 904
Chapter 10: Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options 905
Chapter 11: Visualization 906
Chapter 12: Creating Walls and Curtain Walls 907
Chapter 13: Modeling Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs 908
Chapter 14: Designing with the Family Editor 909
Chapter 15: Creating Stairs and Railings 910
Chapter 16: Detailing Your Design 911
Chapter 17: Documenting Your Design 912
Chapter 18: Annotating Your Design 913
Chapter 19: Working in the Construction Phase 914
Chapter 20: Presenting Your Design 915
Chapter 21: Working with Point Clouds 916
Appendix B • Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting 917
Optimizing Performance 917
Use Best Practices 920
Quality Control 927
Keeping an Eye on File Size 927
Using Schedules 932
Reviewing Warnings 937
Other Tips and Shortcuts 939
Additional Resources 942
Appendix C • Autodesk Revit Architecture Certification 945
Index 953

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Chapter 2 :: UI 4.07 MB
Chapter 3 :: Toolchest 46.54 MB
Chapter 4 :: Templates 36.73 MB
Chapter 5 :: Worksharing 5.69 MB
Chapter 6 :: Consultant 49.32 MB
Chaper 7 :: Interop 53.67 MB
Chapter 8 :: Advanced Modeling 71.48 MB
Chapter 9 :: Conceptual Design 36.12 MB
Chapter 10 :: Phases and Groups 39.36 MB
Chapter 11 :: Visualization 34.53 MB
Chapter 12 :: Walls 36.51 MB
Chapter 13 :: Floors and Roofs 25.18 MB
Chapter 14 :: Family Editor 10.03 MB
Chapter 15 :: Stairs 56.34 MB
Chapter 16 :: Detailing 9.87 MB
Chapter 17 :: Documenting 16.76 MB
Chapter 18 :: Annotating 25.21 MB
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