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© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Construction Documents and Details Construction Documents and Details
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Construction Documents and Details Overview This lesson provides an overview of the powerful documentation features in Autodesk ® Revit ® Structure software. The lesson covers some of the different types of deliverables that are typical for structural engineering projects. It also highlights the components that are normally found in a set of construction documents, such as general notes, plans, elevations, sections, details, and schedules.
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Construction Documents and Details Objectives Define the different types of project deliverables Know the different parts of a set of construction documents Understand the relationship between plans, sections, and elevations Know what schedules are typically used for
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Construction Documents and Details Student Exercises Exercise 6.1Overview Construction Documents Exercise 6.2Plans, Foundation, and Framing Exercise 6.3Schedules Exercise 6.4Elevations, Sections, Details Exercise 6.5Putting It All together, Publishing the CDs Exercise 6.6Challenge Exercise 6.7 Printing Exercise 6.8Sharing Documents
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Construction Documents and Details Plans
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© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Construction Documents and Details Sections
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Construction Documents and Details Showing Dimensions
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Modeling for Building Structures Exercise 6.1: Overview Construction Documents
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Modeling for Building Structures Exercise 6.2: Plans, Foundation, and Framing
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Modeling for Building Structures Exercise 6.3: Schedules
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Modeling for Building Structures Exercise 6.4: Elevations, Sections, Details
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Modeling for Building Structures Exercise 6.5: Putting It All Together, Publishing the CDs
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Modeling for Building Structures Exercise 6.6: Sharing
© 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2011 Unit 6: Modeling for Building Structures Exercise 6.7: Challenge Read the Help menu topic on material quantity schedules in Revit. Using the knowledge gained in this lesson, create a schedule that shows the volume of concrete on the project. Describe in class how this could be used.
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