Autodesk Revit 2017 R1 for Landscape Architecture

Placing components for plantings, furniture, and lighting. Creating and modifying basic topography. Setting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules. Creating details.

Autodesk Revit 2017  R1  for Landscape Architecture

The Autodesk(R) Revit(R) software is a powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) program that has allowed countless firms to incorporate the BIM workflow into their designs. As a key component of this workflow, Autodesk Revit allows landscape architecture firms to produce powerfully intelligent designs. The Autodesk(R) Revit(R)) for Landscape Architecture student guide is designed to teach you the Autodesk Revit functionality focusing on creating and documenting full 3D project models for an urban environment. You begin by learning about the user interface and basic drawing, editing, and viewing tools. Then you learn how to create a basic building with walls, doors, windows, and roofs. From there you move into modelling hardscapes using walls, floors, and stairs, and adding components such as trees, site furniture and planting areas. An introduction to topography trains you in using the toposurface tools that come with Autodesk Revit. Finally, you learn the processes that take the model to the construction documentation phase. Topics Covered Understanding the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in the Autodesk Revit software. Navigating the Autodesk Revit workspace and interface. Working with the basic drawing and editing tools. Starting a project based on existing CAD drawings or Autodesk Revit models. Adding retaining walls, hardscape, stairs and other building elements. Placing components for plantings, furniture, and lighting. Creating and modifying basic topography. Setting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules. Creating details. Prerequisites An understanding of landscape architecture terminology is an asset.

Autodesk Revit 2017 Structure Review for Certification

The Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2017 (R1) Structure: Review for Certification is a comprehensive review guide to assist in preparing for the Autodesk Revit Structure Certified Professional exam.

Autodesk Revit 2017 Structure  Review for Certification

The Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2017 (R1) Structure: Review for Certification is a comprehensive review guide to assist in preparing for the Autodesk Revit Structure Certified Professional exam. It enables experienced users to review learning content from ASCENT that is related to the exam objectives. New users of Autodesk(R) Revit(R) Structure 2017 (R1) software should refer to the following ASCENT student guides: Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2017 (R1): Structure Fundamentals Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2017 (R1): Architecture Fundamentals Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2017 (R1): Collaboration Tools Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2017 (R1): BIM Management: Template and Family Creation Prerequisites Autodesk(R) Revit(R) 2017 (R1) Structure: Review for Certification is intended for experienced users of the Autodesk Revit software. Autodesk recommends 400 hours of hands-on software experience prior to taking the Autodesk Revit Structure Certified Professional exam.

EG ICE 2020 Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering

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EG ICE 2020 Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering

The 27th EG-ICE International Workshop 2020 brings together international experts working at the interface between advanced computing and modern engineering challenges. Many engineering tasks require open-world resolutions to support multi-actor collaboration, coping with approximate models, providing effective engineer-computer interaction, search in multi-dimensional solution spaces, accommodating uncertainty, including specialist domain knowledge, performing sensor-data interpretation and dealing with incomplete knowledge. While results from computer science provide much initial support for resolution, adaptation is unavoidable and most importantly, feedback from addressing engineering challenges drives fundamental computer-science research. Competence and knowledge transfer goes both ways. Der 27. Internationale EG-ICE Workshop 2020 bringt internationale Experten zusammen, die an der Schnittstelle zwischen fortgeschrittener Datenverarbeitung und modernen technischen Herausforderungen arbeiten. Viele ingenieurwissenschaftliche Aufgaben erfordern Open-World-Resolutionen, um die Zusammenarbeit mehrerer Akteure zu unterstützen, mit approximativen Modellen umzugehen, eine effektive Interaktion zwischen Ingenieur und Computer zu ermöglichen, in mehrdimensionalen Lösungsräumen zu suchen, Unsicherheiten zu berücksichtigen, einschließlich fachspezifischen Domänenwissens, Sensordateninterpretation durchzuführen und mit unvollständigem Wissen umzugehen. Während die Ergebnisse aus der Informatik anfänglich viel Unterstützung für die Lösung bieten, ist eine Anpassung unvermeidlich, und am wichtigsten ist, dass das Feedback aus der Bewältigung technischer Herausforderungen die computer-wissenschaftliche Grundlagenforschung vorantreibt. Kompetenz und Wissenstransfer gehen in beide Richtungen.