Introducing Revit Architecture 2008
Introducing Revit Architecture 2008
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Chapter 1 Understanding BIM.
A Brief History of Architectural Documentation.
Advantages of a BIM Approach.
How BIM Is Different from CAD.
Types of Elements in Revit.
Tips for Getting Started in Revit.
Chapter 2 Getting Acquainted with the Revit Interface and File Types.
The Revit User Interface.
Modifying and Personalizing the Interface.
Selecting and Manipulating Content.
Setting Up Your Project Environment.
Revit File Formats.
Chapter 3 Views.
Data Visualization in Revit.
Working with Views.
Chapter 4 Modeling Basics.
Levels and Grids.
Floors and Roofs.
Doors and Windows.
Stairs and Railings.
Getting Started with a Project.
Chapter 5 Modifying Elements.
Graphic and Visual Overrides.
Chapter 6 Extended Modeling .
Walls: Advanced Modeling Features.
Curtain Walls: Advanced Design Techniques.
Roofs and Slabs: Advanced Shape Editing.
Chapter 7 Working with Other Applications.
Importing and Linking.
Working with Imported Files.
Working with Civil Engineering DWG Files.
Converting 2D Drawings into a 3D Model.
Starting a Drawing from a Scanned File.
Chapter 8 Preparing Documents for Clients.
Color Fill Plans.
Creating Presentation Graphics.
Shadows and Solar Studies.
Rendering a Perspective.
Chapter 9 Sheets.
Chapter 10 Construction Documentation.
Formatting Your Sheets.
Annotating Your Views.
Text and Keynotes.
Importing CAD details.
Chapter 11 Printing.
Printing Your Documents.
Revit Printing Tips.
Publishing Your BIM Data.
Chapter 12 Advanced Topics.
Chapter 13 Troubleshooting and File Maintenance.
Appendix Inspirational Revit Projects.
- The Companion CD features all the tutorial files necessary to complete the book’s exercises, sample families, and a trial version of the Revit software.
- Architect and Autodesk Authorized Author Eddy Krygiel is a Revit expert at one of the software development team’s most trusted advisory firms.
- Focused discussions and practical exercises concentrate on core Revit features, enabling new users to quickly get up to speed.
- Real-world tutorials drawn from the author's extensive experience, make the book ideal for students.
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The Chapter 8 file from the CD-Rom (Station.rvt) may be corrupt. If you get the error, "An attempt was made to access Station.rvt past its end." when attempting to open this file, download an updated version. Click the Downloads link to get a new version of Chapter 8's Station.rvt file.
Step 1 of the exercise, first sentence:
The instruction omits mention of the file used for the exercise.
The sentence should read: "Open the Source_House_Walls_Start.rvt file and select the Wall tool from the Basics tab."
Step 3, the first sentence, beginning "In the Options bar..." should read:
"In the Options bar, set Height to Level 2 and the Loc Line to Wall Centerline."
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Step 11: delete the existing sentence.
Replace with the following text: "Now that the roof is completed, look at the model in a 3D view. As you can see, you can quickly make a roof with a complex outline. However, for our house, we want to simply the roof form. Select the roof you just created and hit the Edit button in the Options Bar. By trimming the roof boundary lines simplify the roof shape into a large rectangle shown in Figure 4.69 below. At this time, don't worry about the areas we have not covered with a roof, we will add some additional roof forms later in this chapter."
Step 12: the first sentence should read
"Select the roof and in the Type Selector, change the roof type from 12" Generic to a Metal Roof type."
Step 3 in the instructions should read:
"When you have a closed loop of lines, press Finish Sketch."
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Go to the Resources & Downloads page for a .tif file of the image for Figure 4.83.
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2nd line: the filename given: Source_House_Stairs_Start.rvt is not correct.
The filename on the CD is Source_House_Stairs-Railings_Start.rvt