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Revit is Autodesk’s flagship BIM product. It is a full-featured parametric building information modeling platform for use throughout the design process. It has tools for architectural design, MEP design, and structural design.
Explore how Building Information Modeling is used across your structural workflow and will help you design, analyze, document your engineering project. Utilize the integrated analysis functionality to explore engineering, design and construction decisions. See how professionals use tools to create consistent, high quality construction documentation and use this on your student project. This unit will cover these 6 topics with in-depth exercises and learning outcomes.
In this course, you will learn about how energy flows through buildings, what factors contribute to building loads, and how all these factors contribute to a building’s energy use. You will also learn how to produce heating and cooling load charts and conduct a conceptual energy analysis using Autodesk Revit.
In this course you’ll learn about what climate conditions you should study before making design decisions, and how these climate conditions will dictate your design. You will also learn how to use Autodesk Revit to generate climate charts you can use to interpret energy analysis results.