Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016

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Brendan Dillon,Eddy Krygiel,James Vandezande
Editorial: Wiley India Pvt. Ltd (2015)
ISBN 10: 8126557079 ISBN 13: 9788126557073
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Descripción Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2015. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. First edition. Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016`s focused discussions, detailed exercises and compelling real-world examples are organized by how users learn and implement Revit, an approach that will resonate with Revit users of all skill levels. The expert authors re-evaluated the entire book`s structure and content for this edition, responding to reader and Revit instructor feedback to make this the most useful, complete and approachable guide to Revit Architecture ever. Based on the author`s extensive experience using the software, Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016 is organized by real-world workflows and features detailed explanations, interesting real-world examples and practical tutorials to help readers understand Revit and BIM concepts so that they can quickly start accomplishing vital Revit tasks. Foreword Introduction Part 1 Fundamentals Chapter 1 Introduction: The Basics of BIM What is Revit? Understanding a BIM Workflow Leveraging BIM Processes Visualizing Analyzing Strategizing Focusing Your Investment in BIM Staffing for BIM Understanding Project Roles Establishing a BIM Execution Plan The Bottom Line Chapter 2 Applying the Principles of the User Interface and Project Organization Understanding the user Interface Accessing and Using the Application Menu Using the Quick Access Toolbar Using the Info Center Getting to Know the Ribbon Using Other Aspects of the UI Navigation Methods Defining Project Organization Introducing Datum Objects (Relationships) Using Content Working with Views Managing Your Project Model The Bottom Line Chapter 3 The Basics of the Toolbox Selecting, Modifying and Replacing Elements Selecting Elements Selection Options Filtering Your Selection Using Selection-based Filters Selecting All Instances Using the Properties Palette Matching Properties Using the Context Menu Editing Elements Interactively Moving Elements Copying Elements Rotating and Mirroring Elements Arraying Elements Scaling Elements Aligning Elements Trimming or Extending Lines and Walls Splitting Lines and Walls Offsetting Lines and Walls Preventing Elements from Moving Exploring Other Editing Tools Using the Join Geometry Tool Using the Split Face and Paint Tools Copying and Pasting from the Clipboard Using the Create Similar Tool Using Keyboard Shortcuts (Accelerators) Double-click to Edit Modeling Site Context Using a Topo surface Creating a Topo surface from a Points File Creating a Building Pad Generating Property Lines Cut / Fill Schedules The Bottom Line Chapter 4 Configuring Templates and Standards Introducing Project Templates Customizing Project Settings for Graphic Quality Discovering Object Styles Using Line Settings Defining Materials Defining Fill Patterns Preconfiguring Color Schemes Increasing Efficient View Management Organizing Views Creating and Assigning Filters Using View Templates Creating Custom Annotations Introducing Tag Family Fundamentals Creating a Custom Door Tag Customizing View Tags Starting a Project with a Custom Template Strategies for Managing Templates Aggregating Template Data The Bottom Line Part 2 Collaboration and Teamwork Chapter 5 Working in a Team Understanding Worksharing Basics Enabling Worksharing on Your Project Types of Worksets Creating a Central File Selecting a Starting View Creating a Local File Using Worksharing Usernames Organizing Worksets Moving Elements between Worksets Managing Workflow with Worksets Saving Work Saving at Intervals Loading Work from Other Team Members Using Worksharing Visualization Managing Workset Visibility in View Templates Closing Revit Disabling Worksharing Understanding Element Ownership in Worksets Understanding Editing Requests Placing an Editing Request Granting an Editing Request Relinquishing Permission Using the Worksharing Monitor Collaborating in the Cloud Printed Pages: 1008. Nº de ref. de la librería 98434

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Brendan Dillon,Eddy Krygiel,James Vandezande
Editorial: Wiley India Pvt. Ltd (2015)
ISBN 10: 8126557079 ISBN 13: 9788126557073
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Descripción Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2015. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. First edition. Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016`s focused discussions, detailed exercises and compelling real-world examples are organized by how users learn and implement Revit, an approach that will resonate with Revit users of all skill levels. The expert authors re-evaluated the entire book`s structure and content for this edition, responding to reader and Revit instructor feedback to make this the most useful, complete and approachable guide to Revit Architecture ever. Based on the author`s extensive experience using the software, Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016 is organized by real-world workflows and features detailed explanations, interesting real-world examples and practical tutorials to help readers understand Revit and BIM concepts so that they can quickly start accomplishing vital Revit tasks. Foreword Introduction Part 1 Fundamentals Chapter 1 Introduction: The Basics of BIM What is Revit? Understanding a BIM Workflow Leveraging BIM Processes Visualizing Analyzing Strategizing Focusing Your Investment in BIM Staffing for BIM Understanding Project Roles Establishing a BIM Execution Plan The Bottom Line Chapter 2 Applying the Principles of the User Interface and Project Organization Understanding the user Interface Accessing and Using the Application Menu Using the Quick Access Toolbar Using the Info Center Getting to Know the Ribbon Using Other Aspects of the UI Navigation Methods Defining Project Organization Introducing Datum Objects (Relationships) Using Content Working with Views Managing Your Project Model The Bottom Line Chapter 3 The Basics of the Toolbox Selecting, Modifying and Replacing Elements Selecting Elements Selection Options Filtering Your Selection Using Selection-based Filters Selecting All Instances Using the Properties Palette Matching Properties Using the Context Menu Editing Elements Interactively Moving Elements Copying Elements Rotating and Mirroring Elements Arraying Elements Scaling Elements Aligning Elements Trimming or Extending Lines and Walls Splitting Lines and Walls Offsetting Lines and Walls Preventing Elements from Moving Exploring Other Editing Tools Using the Join Geometry Tool Using the Split Face and Paint Tools Copying and Pasting from the Clipboard Using the Create Similar Tool Using Keyboard Shortcuts (Accelerators) Double-click to Edit Modeling Site Context Using a Topo surface Creating a Topo surface from a Points File Creating a Building Pad Generating Property Lines Cut / Fill Schedules The Bottom Line Chapter 4 Configuring Templates and Standards Introducing Project Templates Customizing Project Settings for Graphic Quality Discovering Object Styles Using Line Settings Defining Materials Defining Fill Patterns Preconfiguring Color Schemes Increasing Efficient View Management Organizing Views Creating and Assigning Filters Using View Templates Creating Custom Annotations Introducing Tag Family Fundamentals Creating a Custom Door Tag Customizing View Tags Starting a Project with a Custom Template Strategies for Managing Templates Aggregating Template Data The Bottom Line Part 2 Collaboration and Teamwork Chapter 5 Working in a Team Understanding Worksharing Basics Enabling Worksharing on Your Project Types of Worksets Creating a Central File Selecting a Starting View Creating a Local File Using Worksharing Usernames Organizing Worksets Moving Elements between Worksets Managing Workflow with Worksets Saving Work Saving at Intervals Loading Work from Other Team Members Using Worksharing Visualization Managing Workset Visibility in View Templates Closing Revit Disabling Worksharing Understanding Element Ownership in Worksets Understanding Editing Requests Placing an Editing Request Granting an Editing Request Relinquishing Permission Using the Worksharing Monitor Collaborating in the Cloud Printed Pages: 1008. Nº de ref. de la librería 98434

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