Overview of the Building Information Modeling BIM Training:
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC - ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, and CONSTRUCTION) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is increasingly getting the attention of organizations involved in architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), as well as the owners and operators of buildings (facility managers and real estate managers). In this context, BIM is a digital model representing the physical, technical, and functional characteristics of a building. BIM is a shared data and knowledge platform for all stakeholders involved and provides a basis for decision-making during the entire lifecycle of a building:
Different stakeholders at different phases of the lifecycle of a building add, query, or edit information in the Building Information Model to support their function and share this information with other stakeholders.
The building Information Modeling BIM course is much more than a 3D CAD drawing representing a floor plan or construction detail. BIM benefits include data of interest to many stakeholders during the entire lifecycle of the building, such as buyers, owners, occupants, facility and real estate managers, safety inspectors, lawyers, and emergency planners. BIM can also support the creation of surrounding processes, including geographical analyses, urban planning, and landscaping.
Join the Building Information Modeling Course offered by Zabeel Institute to get expertise in Revit Architecture, Structure, and MEP using computer-aided software.
Learning Outcome of Building Information Modeling BIM Course:
Participants who complete the Building Information Modeling BIM course Training will get the below benefits.
It will emphasize the current scenario in the construction field and will be in streamlined
Updated Knowledge in Planning, Designing, Documentation,Implementing, Managing, and Delivering projects with computer-aided software’s
Will acquire Data workflow management and structured turnkey operation ability
Who needs the Building Information Modeling BIM Course?
Architects and Engineers
Design Engineers and
Detailed BIM Building Information Modeling Training Content:
BIM building information modeling training creates a coordinated 3D model by linking a construction project to an intelligent shared database (cloud or local DB). BIM enables continuous communication between Architects, Engineers, Contractors, and Sub-Contractors, enhancing quick decision-making, accurate construction documents, better construction management facility, and agile infrastructure management. BIM building information modeling training consists of there sections.
Module 1: Introduction
The first Module in this BIM building information modeling Course gives an introduction & overview of this Beginners' Guide to Revit Architecture. We look at the Course Content and take a quick look at the software. A brief overview of Autodesk Revit Architecture and how it fits into the world of BIM.
Module 2: Interface & Navigation
In this building information modeling training Module, we introduce you to the Launch Screen of Autodesk Revit. We explain the main elements of the Interface and show you how to find your way around.
The Launch Screen - Understand the main components of the Launch Screen. Understand all the key options of the Application Menu.
The Ribbon Menu - We look at each on the Ribbon and discuss what the tools are used for.
The Properties Palette - Parameters are correct at the heart of Revit, and the Properties Palette is your primary interface with them.
The Project Browser - Understand how to navigate your Project using the project. Understand how to create custom Browser Organizations.
The Drawing Area - Learn how to set up the Drawing Area to produce the most effective & efficient Work Space.
2D Navigation - Learn how to navigate around your 2D Views, including Pan and Zoom.
3D Navigation - Learn how to navigate around your 3D Views, including Pan, Zoom, Orbit and the View Cube.
Module 3: Key Concepts
A small number of Key Concepts are central to understanding & using Revit. In this Module, we look at each of these Concepts in turn.
It's all about Parameters - Autodesk Revit is a Parametric Modeling Tool. Learn how Parameters are at the heart of Revit.
Instance & Type Parameters - Learnt the fundamental difference between Instance & Type Parameters and how you can use each to your advantage.
Model vs. Detail Elements - Learn the difference between the single 3D Model and the View-specific Detail elements.
Levels - Learn how to add Levels to your Project. Understand the use of Levels and how they control your Model.
Views and how they relate to Levels - Understand the relationship between Floor & Ceiling Plan Views and their corresponding Levels.
Reference Planes - Learn how to create Reference plans. Understand their use in controlling Model Geometry and as Work Planes.
Drawing Aids - Understand the use of Alignment Lines and Temporary Dimensions.
Structural Grids - Learn how to add Structural Grids to your Project.
Projects, Templates & Families - Understand the difference between a Revit Project, Template & Family.
Module 4: 3D Model Elements
At the heart of BIM building information modeling is the 3D model. In this module, we look at all the primary 3D elements. We look in depth at how we create features such as Walls, Doors, Stairs, Roofs, etc. We also look at how we can bring external Components into our project.
Walls - How to create Walls. How to control their height by the use of Levels. How to create your Wall Types
Wall Openings - In this Tutorial, we learn how to add Openings to our Walls and control the Openings using Levels.
Doors and Windows - How to insert Doors & Windows into your Walls. How to create your Door & Window Types. How to load additional Door & Window Families into your Project
Curtain Walls - How to create Curtain Walls. How to add Curtain Grids and Mullions. How to embed Curtain Walls in Basic Walls.
Floors - How to create Floors. How to add floor openings. How to quickly duplicate Floors to additional levels. How to create your new Floor Types
Creating Sloped Floors - To perform "'Shape Editing' to your Floor elements to create Drainage Points, etc
Shaft Openings - How to create Vertical Shafts in your Project.
Ceilings – How to create Ceiling Elements both automatically and by Sketch
Adding Fixtures to Ceilings - How to add Ceiling Fixtures (Lights, Air Terminals, etc.) to your Ceiling Elements
Roofs: Roof by Footprint - How to create Flat and Pitched Roofs, by Footprint. How to develop Sloped Glazing. How to make Gable Ends for your Roofs
Roofs: Roof by Extrusion - How to create Wave-Form Roofs, using the 'Roof by Extrusion' tool
Stairs: Stair by Component - Learn how to establish Stairs by Components. Create new Stair Types. Convert Stair Components back to a Sketch
Stairs: Stair by Sketch - Create Custom Stairs from scratch by use of the 'Stair by Sketch' tool
Railings - Learn how to create and to adapt Railings. Host Railings on Stairs and Ramps. Create freestanding horizontal Railings
Ramps - How to develop Ramps with Landings. Create both parallel and tapered Ramps & Landing
Columns - How to make both Architectural and Structural Columns. How to control their height by the use of Levels. How to control Columns by the use of Grids
Model Lines & Model Text - Create and place 3D Text and Lines onto any plane in your Model
Components - Learn how to load additional Components into your Project, Create other Family Types. Learn about RPC (Rich Photographic Content)
Module 5: Editing & Modifying Elements
Once you have created Elements in Revit, you'll need to be able to edit & modify them. This Module focuses on the tools required to do so.
Selecting & Filtering Elements - Learn how to select Elements. How to add and remove Elements from Selection Sets. Learn how to Filter Selection Sets to isolate only specific Categories of objects.
Moving Elements- Learn three different methods of moving Elements- Drag, Move tool, and Nudging
Copying Elements - Learn how to Copy elements within the same View. Learn advanced Copy and Paste techniques (i.e., between selected Levels)
Rotating Elements- Learn how to Rotate Elements. Reposition the Pivot Point.
Mirroring Elements - Learn the two methods of Mirroring Elements- by use of an existing Reference and by defining a Mirror Plane.
Arrays - Learn how to create both Linear and Radial Arrays
Aligning Elements - Learn how to align one Element with another. Learn how to form Constraints between Aligned Elements
Splitting Elements - Learn how to Split elements- both a 'simple' Split and also a Split with Joint Gap
Trimming & Extending Elements - Learn how to Trim and Extend both single and multiple elements to a standard reference object
Offsetting Elements - Learn how to Offset factors both by the 'Numerical' and 'Graphical' methods
Pinning Elements - Learn how to Pin elements in your project to stop accidental Deletion or Re-positioning
Module 6: Creating Views
Once you have created your Model, you'll want to get the maximum value from it. This Module shows you how to create various Views of your Project, such as Elevations, Sections, Perspectives, etc.
Duplicating Views - Learn the 3 methods of Duplicating Views- 'Duplicate', 'Duplicate with Detailing' and 'Duplicate as a Dependent'
Elevations - Learn to create and manipulate Elevations both internal and external to your building
Sections - Learn how to create Section Views. Create Split Sections
Callouts - Learn how to create Callout views, in order to explain key areas of your design. Create custom Callout boundaries. Learn to 'Reference other Views' from your Callout
Drafting Views - Learn how to create Drafting Views and appreciate in what scenarios they are appropriate
The default 3D View - Understand the role of the default 3D View. Learn how to reset it's default orientation
Camera Views - Learn how to create 3D perspective Camera Views. Learn how to change the Camera and Target height and adjust the Far Clipping Plane
Legend Views - Learn how to create Legend Views. Add Legend Components to Legend Views
Section Boxes - Use Section Boxes to create 3D Axonometric Cutaway Views of your model
Schedules - Learn how to create and edit Schedules. Learn to schedule any element in your Project
Module 7: Graphics & Visibility Settings
Autodesk Revit has a variety of tools and options to let you customize each View, with regards how it looks & what it shows. This Module will explain these techniques in detail.
View Scales - Learn how control the Scale of each View. Create Custom View Scales. Appreciate the relationship between Model Elements and Annotations when the Scale changes
Detail Levels - Learn how to change the Detail Level of each View.
Visual Styles - Change the graphical style of each View. Appreciate the limitations of each option
Crop Regions - Learn how to limit the extent of each View by the use of Crop Regions. Understand the roles of both Model & Annotation Crops
Hide/Override Graphics in View - Control the appearance of individual Elements in specific Views.
Reveal Hidden Elements - Learn how to reinstate elements that have been hidden in a View
Temporary Hide/Isolate - Learn how to temporarily Hide or Isolate either single elements or entire element Categories
Visibility/Graphic Overrides - Learn how to control the visibility and graphical appearance of object categories on a per-view basis
View Templates - Learn to quickly capture visual properties from a specific View and instantly apply it to new Views
View Properties - Explore the various Parameters that control each View
View Range - Learn to manipulate the Cut Plane height and Camera depth for Floor & Ceiling Plans
Module 8: Annotation & Detailing
Revit has the ability to add 2D annotations and details to your 3D Model. In this Module we look at the tools available to do so.
Dimensions - Learn how to add Dimensions to your Project. Learn how to dimension Individual References and Entire Walls. Create your own Dimension Style Types
Text - Learn how to add Text to your Views. Add and Edit Leaders to your Text objects
Detail Lines - Add Detail Lines to you Views. Create additional Detail Line Types
Symbols - Learn how to add Symbols to your Views.
Detail Components - Learn how to add Detail Components to your Views. Lock your Detail Components to the underlying Model Geometry
Repeating Details - Learn how to add Repeating Details to your Views. Creating your own Repeating Detail Types
Filled Regions - Learn how to add Filled Regions to your Views. Create both Filled & Masking Regions. Create your Hatch Pattern Types
Rooms - Add Room objects to your Project. Learn about Room Separation Lines. Learn how to control Room Volume calculations
Tags - Learn how to add Tags to your Elements. Understand the relationship between Tags, Element Parameters and Schedules
Module 9: And Finally!
The Final Module in the Series! Here we take a look at some practical aspects of Revit Architecture such as how to tackle "Existing & Proposed" schemes, setting up your Sheets for printing, etc.
Phases - Learn how to use Phases to correctly tackle "Existing & Proposed" type Projects
Design Options - Learn how to use Design Options to correctly investigate and evaluate multiple design ideas
Working with CAD Files - Learn how to bring CAD files into your project and use them as a template for the basis of your 3D BIM model
Placing Views onto Sheets - Learn how to place your finished Views onto Sheets, ready for outputting. Control the View Title Bar
Printing - Learn how to print your Views and Sheets. Create Sheet Sets for future reuse
MODULE 1: Introduction to BIM building information modeling training and Autodesk Revit
· BIM and Autodesk Revit
· Overview of the Interface
· Starting Project
· Viewing Commands
MODULE 2: Basic Sketching and Modify Tools
· Using General Sketching Tools
· Editing Elements
· Working with Basic Modify Tools
· Working with Additional Modify Tools
MODULE 3: Starting Structural Projects
· Linking and Importing CAD Files
· Linking in Revit Models
· Setting Up Levels
MODULE 4: Structural Grids and Columns
· Adding Structural Grids
· Placing Structural Columns
MODULE 5: Foundations
· Modeling Walls
· Adding Wall Footings
· Creating Piers and Pilasters
· Adding Isolated Footings
MODULE 6: Structural Framing
· Modeling Structural Framing
· Modifying Structural Framing
· Adding Trusses
MODULE 7: Working with Views
· Setting the View Display
· Duplicating Views
· Adding Callout Views
· Elevations and Sections
MODULE 8: Adding Structural Slabs
· Modeling Structural Slabs
· Creating Shaft Openings
MODULE 9: Structural Reinforcement
· Structural Reinforcement
· Adding Rebar
· Modifying Rebar
· Reinforcing Walls, Floors, and Slabs
MODULE 10: Structural Analysis
· Preparing Projects for Structural Analysis
· Viewing Analytical Models
· Adjusting Analytical Models
· Placing Loads
MODULE 11: Creating Construction Documents
· Setting Up Sheets
· Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
· Printing Sheets
MODULE 12: Annotating Construction Documents
· Working with Dimensions
· Working with Text
· Adding Tags
· Adding Detail Lines and Symbols
· Creating Legends
MODULE 13: Creating Details
· Setting Up Detail Views
· Adding Detail Components
· Annotating Details
MODULE 14: Scheduling
· Structural Schedules
· Graphical Column Schedules
· Working with Schedules
MODULE 1: Building Information Modeling Course
· Building Information Modeling for MEP Engineering
· Introducing Revit as a BIM tool
MODULE 2: UI Tour, Project Navigation and View Creation
· Exploring the User Interface
· Placement & Properties of Grids, Levels & Dimensions
· Working with Revit Elements and Families
· Managing Views
· Controlling Object Visibility
· Working with Section and Elevation Views
· Creating and Modifying 3D Views
MODULE 3: Element Selection & Manipulation
· Element Properties & Manipulation
· Instance & Type Parameters
· Modify tools, Nodes & Snaps
MODULE 4: Visibility Control & Categorization
· Project Wide Settings
· View Specific Overrides
· Element Specific Overrides
· Individual Line Overrides
MODULE 6: Establishing a Project
· Project Units – Common, HVAC, Electrical & Piping
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