BIM Authors Online

This unit provides orientaton in the essential grammar of Building Information Modelling (BIM), and the framework and processes of BIM-based design techniques. It aims to foster understanding of the integration and organisation of cross-disciplinary design content in BIM environments, covering core knowledge in project databases, family creation, object libraries, naming conventions, classification codes, shared parameters and export files. Students obtain grounding in the underpinning logic of authoring tools, developing skills driving current software such as Tekla, AutoCad, Revit, Bentley and Integraph on multiple platforms to complete the design of a simple, small-scale building.

Course Content

Lessons Status
1

Revit Interface Lecture One

2

Revit Navigation and View management - Lecture Two

3

Revit - Site and Project - Lecture Three

4

Revit - Floors, Walls, Roofs - Lecture Four

5

Revit - Understanding Families - Lecture Five

6

Revit - Documenting - Lecture Six

7

Revit - Work Sharing - Lecture Seven

8

Revit - Tagging and Scheduling - Lecture Eight

9

Revit - Model Management - Lecture Nine

10

ARCHICAD 1 - The User Interface

11

ARCHICAD 2 - Project Navigation and View Management

12

ARCHICAD 3 - Setting up the Project and the Site

13

ARCHICAD 4 - Walls, Openings, Foundations, Floors and Roofs

14

ARCHICAD 5 - Objects and Modules

15

ARCHICAD 6 - Documenting

16

Tekla 01

17

Tekla 02

18

Tekla 03

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