Creating custom walls using autodesk revit edu 652-tjackson

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this presentation will cover the basics of creating a brick exterior wall for a revit building model.

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  • 1. CREATING CUSTOM WALLS USING AUTODESK REVIT TERRANCE JACKSON EDU 652 INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND DELIVERY DR. GINGER HARBIN, INSTRUCTOR
  • 2. WHO SHOULD VIEW THIS INSTRUCTIONAL PRESENTATION?
    • STUDENTS WHO HAVE LEARNED HOW TO CREATE THE BASIC BUILDING MODEL.
    • STUDENTS WHO HAVE A BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF TOOLS UTILIZED IN REVIT.
  • 3. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS INSTRUCTION?
    • TO SHOW HOW ACTUAL WALLS ARE CREATED USING THE REVIT SOFTWARE
    • LEARN WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC LAYERS OF A WALL
    • LEARN WHAT MATERIALS AND MATERIAL THICKNESS TO USE ON SPECIFIC WALLS
  • 4. IN THE PREVIOUS LESSON, YOU LEARNED HOW TO CREATE THE BASIC BUILDING MODEL.
  • 5. A WALL CONSIST OF MANY DIFFERENT COMPONENTS
    • FINISH MATERIALS
    • THERMAL LAYERS
    • MOISTURE/VAPOR BARRIERS
    • EXTERIOR SHEATHING
    • STRUCTURAL MEMBERS
  • 6. FINISHES
    • FINISHES HAVE TWO CATEGORIES; INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
    • THE INTERIOR FINISH IS TYPICALLY SOME TYPE OF PANELING, DRYWALL OR PLASTER MATERIAL
    • THE EXTERIOR FINISH CAN BE ANY NUMBER OF THINGS SUCH AS BRICK, STUCCO, STONE OR WOOD
    • FINISHES ARE SOMETIMES DECORATIVE TO MAKE THE STRUCTURE VISUALLY APPEALING
  • 7. THERMAL LAYERS
    • THERMAL LAYERS ARE WHAT HELPS TO MAINTAIN THE CLIMATE OF THE BUILDING
    • THERE CAN BE SEVERAL LAYERS OF MATERIAL DEPENDING UPON THE SIZE OF THE BUILDING
    • INSULATION IS A TYPICAL THERMAL LAYER IS USED ON THE EXTERIOR SHELL OF A BUILDING
    • THE RATING OF THE INSULATION OR THERMAL LAYER IS DEPENDENT ON THE AREA WHERE THE BUILDING IS CONSTRUCTED
  • 8. MOISTURE/VAPOR BARRIERS
    • THIS MATERIAL IS SOMETIMES VERY THIN
    • MAY RESEMBLE PLASTIC OR PAPER COATED WITH TAR
    • TYPICALLY PLACED ON THE WALL SHEATHING AS A BARRIER BETWEEN OUTSIDE MOISTURE THAT MAY GET UNDERNEATH THE EXTERIOR FINISH
    • TYVEK AND CELOTEX ARE COMMON BRANDS
  • 9. WALL SHEATHING
    • THE LAST LINE OF DEFENSE FROM THE ELEMENTS
    • ENCLOSES THE WALL MEMBRANE FROM THE OUTSIDE
    • CONSTRUCTED OF PLYWOOD OR OSB BOARDS THAT ARE 1/2 TO 1 THICK
    • MAY BE TREATED WITH ANTI-TERMITE CHEMICALS
    • ATTACHED DIRECTLY TO THE STRUCTURAL MEMBERS OF THE WALLS (STUDS)
  • 10. STRUCTURAL MEMBERS
    • COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS WALL STUDS
    • CAN BE CONSTRUCTED OF WOOD OR METAL
    • CAN RANGE IN SIZE FROM A 2X4 TO A 2X10
    • PHYSICALLY ARE HOLDING THE BUILDING TOGETHER ON THE EXTERIOR SHELL
    • ALSO SUPPORTS THE ROOF
    • SUPPORTS OTHER PARTS OF THE BUILDING SUCH AS DOORS AND WINDOWS
  • 11. IN THIS LESSON: WE WILL START WITH A SIMPLE BUILDING MODEL SHAPE OF YOUR CHOICE
  • 12. NEXT- SELECT ONE OF YOUR WALLS
  • 13. SWITCH TO ALTERNATIVE VIEW SO YOU CAN SEE THE RESULTS
  • 14. CLICK ON ELEMENT PROPERTIES ON THE RIBBON
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  • 18. ADDING AN INTERIOR LAYER FOR THE DRY WALL
  • 19. ASSIGN MATERIAL FUNCTION
  • 20. ASSIGN MATERIALS TO EACH LAYER
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  • 22. FOR EACH MATERIAL, DETERMINE A THICKNESS
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  • 26. SELECT REMAINING WALLS AND CHANGE THEM TO THE NEW WALL ON THE ELEMENT PROPERTIES
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  • 28. References Horton, W. (2006). E-learning by design San Francisco: John Wiley and Sons Shih, R. H. (2006). parametric modeling with autodesk inventor 11 New York: Schroff Development Corporation Stine, D. J. (2007). residential design using revit architecture 2008 New York: Schroff Development Corporation