Name: Autodesk Revit Version: 2017 Build 17.0.416.0 Released: June 13th, 2016 Developer: Autodesk Inc OS Version: Windows 7 (64-bit) / 8 (64-bit) / 10 (64-bit) System Requirements: ・CPU Type: Single- or Multi-Core Intel Pentium, Xeon, or i-Series processor or AMD equivalent with SSE2 technology. Highest affordable CPU speed rating recommended. ・Memory: 4 GB RAM ・5 GB free disk space ・3GB RAM switch not recommended. Revit software and system stability can be affected by memory conflicts with video drivers when the /3GB switch is active. ・Video Display: 1,280 x 1,024 with true color ・Basic Graphics: Display adapter capable of 24-bit color ・Advanced Graphics: DirectX 10 capable graphics card with Shader Model 3 as recommended by Autodesk. ・Pointing Device: MS-Mouse or 3Dconnexion compliant device ・Internet connection for license registration and prerequisite component download Web Site: http://www.autodesk.com/ Overview Completely design a 2D structural and 3D model of a building taking into consideration ventilation, circuit boards, or plumbings Building construction involves a lot of ahead planning and design to obtain the best results on paper before starting to raise the actual structures from the ground up. In the modern era of computers much progress has been made in the field of architectural design as well, so complex utilities like Autodesk Revit can make the job a lot easier for engineers and architects alike. Design a 3D architectural plan The impressive array of features and tools included in this powerful software solution is complemented by a well-thought interface, where everything is neatly organized. Thus, the architecture-dedicated area provides all the necessary commands for creating and modifying basic elements like walls, doors, windows, roofs, ceilings or floors. In the same section you can also find railing, ramp and stair models. The tools you will find in the structure menu of Autodesk Revit give you the possibility to experiment with beams, walls, foundation types and reinforcements. The positioning of various openings can also be highlighted onto the design. Include ventilation, electrical circuits and plumbings Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technology is well represented inside this software, so you can place ducts, air terminals, fittings and pretty much everything needed for these elements. Piping and plumbing is another area that, alongside the electrical one, comes with many devices you can try out to see how well they fit in your design. Compatible with other CAD files Another useful feature of Autodesk Revit is its ability to handle views and elements from other files and it can also link inside a design CAD drawings and import this type of files authored in other similar solutions. With regard to the analysis that can be performed with this program, the possibilities are, once more, numerous. Loads, boundary conditions, spaces and zones can be taken into consideration and there are some analytical model tools as well you can use, besides reports and schedules or energy analysis. To end with In conclusion, Autodesk Revit brings an abundance of functions and an impressive array of configurable settings that will surely accommodate the needs of every architect or engineer who gives it a try. It does not take a lot of getting used to, even though you can get a professional result out of it. What's new in Autodesk Revit 2017 Build 17.0.416.0 June 8th, 2016 ・Visualization ・Depth cueing: Depth cueing (available in architectural views and coordination views) allows you to better visualize your elevation and section views. This graphic display feature uses gradient presentation to indicate the elements that are farthest away and the elements that are closest to the front of the view. See About Depth Cueing and Define Depth Cueing. ・Visibility of point clouds: After importing one or more point clouds into the model, you can now control the visibility of individual scan locations and scan regions in each view. This feature allows you to hide point cloud information that is not important or relevant in a particular view. It also helps to improve performance when working in the model. See Visibility of Point Clouds. Rendering: ・Autodesk Raytracer is now used for all rendering functions. See About Rendering with Autodesk Raytracer. You no longer need to select a rendering engine. See Workflow: Render Settings. ・When you export a walkthrough, if Visual Style is set to Rendering, the Autodesk Raytracer rendering settings specified for the walkthrough view are used for export. See Export a Walkthrough. ・Autodesk Raytracer rendering settings are now saved with the view properties. See Change Render Settings for a View. ・Autodesk Raytracer is used when you render a material preview. You can select draft or production quality. See Change the Appearance of a Material. ・When you upgrade a model, rendering settings that were specified for the NVIDIA mental ray engine are mapped to the appropriate settings for Autodesk Raytracer. See Upgrade Mapping for Render Settings. ・A new style is available for Background in the Rendering dialog. Select Transparent to create a transparent background that can be preserved when exporting the image as a PNG or TIFF format. See Specify the Background for a Rendered Image. ・Analysis Energy Analysis: To simplify the settings required to generate an energy analytical model, the following changes have been made: ・Energy Settings: This dialog is redesigned so that you only need to specify a location for the model. All other parameters use intelligent defaults to provide optimal analysis with minimal input. See Energy Settings Dialog. ・Advanced Energy Settings: Many parameters that were formerly in the Energy Settings dialog have moved to the Advanced Energy Settings dialog. Adjust these settings after performing an initial analysis when you understand their effects and want to refine the analysis. See Advanced Energy Settings Dialog. ・Many parameters related to energy analysis have been renamed: On the Energy Settings dialog, Analysis Mode is now Mode, Core Offset is now Perimeter Zone Depth, and Divide Perimeter Zones is now Perimeter Zone Division. On the Advanced Energy Settings dialog, Conceptual Constructions is now Conceptual Types, Building Construction is now Schematic Types, and Include Thermal Properties is now Detailed Elements. ・Help links from the Energy Settings dialog and the Advanced Energy Settings dialog provide direct access to descriptions of the parameters. During energy analysis, thermal properties are defined for building materials based on the following hierarchy: ・Conceptual types are applied by default to all conceptual masses and building elements. ・More specific schematic types can override individual conceptual types. ・When the Detailed Elements parameter is enabled, thermal properties defined for room-bounding elements override schematic types and conceptual types. ・The Export Category parameter in the Advanced Energy Settings dialog no longer relates to thermal properties used during energy analysis. See Advanced Energy Settings Dialog. ・Export to gbXML: The Export to gbXML tool now allows you to choose whether to export the energy analytical model created using energy settings or the model using volumes based on rooms or spaces. See Exporting to gbXML. ・Additional Enhancements ・Hosted Railings: You can now sketch railings onto the top faces of floors, slabs, slab edges, walls, or roofs. Balusters and railings adjust to the slope of irregular surfaces. See Create a Railing by Sketching. ・Important: After upgrade, review all views to verify any changes to your railings. See Upgrade Information. ・Display of walls: To improve performance so that views open and update faster, Revit regenerates walls only for those visible in the drawing area. In addition, if a wall appears very small in the drawing area, it displays as simplified lines, regardless of the detail level assigned to the view. ・Export to FBX: When exporting a 3D model view to FBX, select the correct format to ensure import compatibility: FBX Files for import in 2016+ version products, or FBX 2015 and Previous for import in 2015 and earlier version products. See Export to FBX. ・FormIt 360 Converter: This add-in is now installed with Revit and available on the Add-Ins tab. Use it to convert FormIt 360 files for use with Revit, and Revit files for use with FormIt 360. See FormIt 360 Converter. ・In-Place elements: Stairs has been added to the list of available family categories for In-Place geometry. You can now create an in-place stair element in the context of a model. See In-Place Elements. ・Revit Fabrication ・Convert design intent to fabrication parts: You can convert generic, design-intent Revit parts to LOD 400 fabrication parts. See Convert Generic Revit Parts to Fabrication Parts. ・Route and Fill: To simplify the process for completing a fabrication model, use the Route and Fill command to step through possible routing solutions. See Fill Gaps in a Revit Fabrication Model. ・Quick Connect: To simplify the process for filling a gap between a fitting and a straight, use the Quick Connect command. See Fill Gaps in a Revit Fabrication Model. ・Trim/extend: To simply the process for filling a gap between two straights, use the Trim/Extend tool. See Fill Gaps in a Revit Fabrication Model. ・Swap fabrication parts: Use the Type Selector to quickly swap fabrication parts. See Modify Fabrication Parts in a Revit Model. ・Fabrication parts optimization: To help optimize fabrication ductwork layouts, you can use in-canvas controls to reposition short straight segments and to extend fitting extensions. Additionally, you can review warnings to find fittings that are longer than specification-defined lengths. See Modify Fabrication Parts in a Revit Model. ・Hanger bearer position: To avoid clashes in the model, use the hanger controls to modify the length and position of the hanger bearer and its corresponding rod location. See Modify the Position of Hangers in Revit. ・Hanger placement: You can place a fabrication hanger on the straight portion of a fitting extension. Hangers can be placed on other hangers to model trapeze conditions or in free space. See Place Hangers in Revit. ・Tag fabrication parts: To support workflows for construction documentation for fabrication, additional fabrication parameters are available for tagging fabrication parts. See MEP Fabrication Parts Instance Properties. ・Fabrication parameters: To improve tagging, scheduling, and filtering capabilities for MEP fabrication modelling, several parameters are now available for fabrication parts. See MEP Fabrication Parts Instance Properties. ・Fabrication family categories: To improve annotation, scheduling, and filtering capabilities for MEP fabrication modelling, family categories have been added for MEP Fabrication Containment, MEP Fabrication Ductwork, MEP Fabrication Hangers, and MEP Fabrication Pipework. See Visibility and Graphic Display in Project Views. ・Hidden lines for fabrication parts: To improve documentation, fabrication parts now display hidden lines. ・Insulation and lining: To improve documentation, fabrication parts now display separate sub-components for insulation and lining for duct and pipe elements, allowing more control of display properties. ・Rise drop symbols: This enhancement supports coordination between fabrication models in Revit and the Autodesk Fabrication products (CADmep, ESTmep, and CAMduct). Rise drop symbols for a fabrication run in Revit are defined in the Autodesk Fabrication products, and are mapped to the rise drop symbols used for duct, piping, and electrical containment systems in Revit. See Rise Drop Symbols for Revit Fabrication Detailing. ・Tooltips for fabrication parameters in the Properties palette: To support usability, tooltips provide descriptions for fabrication parameters in the Properties palette. See Tooltips. ・Fabrication settings: When you specify a fabrication configuration, you can also specify a fabrication profile. See Specify a Fabrication Configuration and Load Services in Revit. ・MEP Fabrication Content for Revit: This fabrication configuration is now available as part of the Revit installation. See About Fabrication Configurations, Profiles, and Services in Revit. ・MEP User Interface and Workflow Enhancements ・New annotation families: To improve annotation for generic and fabrication parts, several annotation families are now available for tagging ductwork and pipework. (Electrical containment is not currently supported.) You can use tags for offset, elevation, spot elevation, invert elevation (pipework only), set up, and set down to tag generic and fabrication elements. Use the Mechanical Settings dialog to customize the labels for the tags. See About Duct Settings or Specify Pipe Settings. ・Electrical settings: You can specify the load calculation method for how Revit sums electrical loads: Sum True Load and Reactive Load, or Sum Apparent Load and True Load. See About Load Calculations. When upgrading a model, Revit uses the Sum True Load and Reactive Load method as the default. ・Temperature Difference family parameter type: The Temperature Difference parameter is now available for HVAC, Electrical, and Piping families. See HVAC Family Parameters, Electrical Family Parameters, and Piping Family Parameters. ・Calculate pressure drop for taps: To improve workflows when calculating pressure drop in a duct system, you can associate an ASHRAE table for duct tap fittings. See Specify a Pressure Loss Method for Fittings and Accessories for Duct and Pipe. ・MEP Performance Improvements ・Duplicate marks: To improve performance, the Mark parameter is not populated when placing elements for the following MEP categories: Cable Trays, Cable Tray Fittings, Conduits, Conduit Fittings, Ducts, Duct Fittings, Duct Placeholders, Duct Insulations, Duct Linings, Flex Ducts, Flex Pipes, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Pipe Placeholders, Pipe Insulations, and Wires. ・Volume calculations: To improve performance, Revit performs pipe system volume calculations as a background process. See Customize System Types. ・Display of ducts: To improve performance so that views open and update faster, Revit regenerates ductwork only for what is visible in the drawing area. In addition, if duct appears very small in the drawing area, it displays as simplified lines, regardless of the detail level assigned to the view. ・Structural Workflow Enhancements ・Generic connections: To facilitate the exchange of information between engineers, detailers, and fabricators about a connection between steel framing elements, Revit supports generic steel connections. You can place a generic connection to define the relationship between elements. Use parameters to supply information about the connection, including pictures and links to connection requirements or other information. Generic connections can display in drawings and use colors based on approval and/or code checking status parameters for an easier review/approval workflow. If required, you can later replace generic connections with detailed steel connections created using an add-in. See About Structural Connections and About the Generic Connection. ・Steel Connections for Revit: This Autodesk add-in allows you to view detailed structural connector geometry and to modify additional parameters in the Revit modeling environment. See Steel Connections for Revit. ・Split columns: To improve workflows and extend usability for fabrication models, the Split Element tool can now split vertical columns at the desired points. See Split Elements. ・Structural Design Modeling and Documentation ・Column base attachment: The Attach Top/Base command can now attach structural columns to isolated foundations and footings. Adjustments to the foundation height cause the length of the column to adjust accordingly. See Attach a Column. ・Structural foundation parameters: To achieve consistency and use more recognizable terminology, several reporting parameters have been renamed or changed for wall foundations, isolated foundations, and slab foundations. See Foundations. ・Isolated foundations: The Offset instance parameter is now Height Offset From Level. ・Slab foundations: The Default Thickness parameter for filters, tags, and schedules is now Foundation Thickness ・Elevation reporting: Top/Bottom Elevations parameters are now measured in relation to the Project Base Point. ・Elevation at Top/Bottom Survey: The Elevation at Top/Bottom Survey parameters for filters, tags, and schedules are measured by the shared Survey Point elevation. ・New parameters for slab documentation: To improve tagging and scheduling of floors, 2 new parameters allow you to specify the default (total) thickness and core thickness of floor types. Use these parameters for schedules and tagging. When one floor layer is set to "variable" and the sub-element has a variable thickness, the parameters display the value "Varies." ・Reinforcement Detailing ・Reinforcement connectors: To improve reinforcement modeling and documentation, use reinforcement connectors. Reinforcement connectors are family-based and fully customizable, and each team member can use them according to their needs. Structural engineers can use schematic connectors to define requirements. Detailers can use them to produce shop drawings. Manufacturers can go into full detail, precisely modeling and representing reinforcement connectors to create installation instructions. Rebar connectors interact with the rebar that they connect to, facilitating change management. You can add the connectors to groups, assemblies, and partitions with unique coupler numbering. You can also export connectors to various formats. See About Rebar Couplers. ・Bent fabric reinforcement: When placing fabric reinforcement sheets, you can now sketch bent sheets to accommodate different shapes of concrete hosts. You can later edit them to adjust to any change. See Sketch a Bent Fabric Reinforcement Sheet. ・Constrained rebar placement: The new graphical constraints manager enhances precise rebar placement. You can place standard rebar shapes that snap to adjacent standard rebar, or you can constrain them to host faces. The user interface highlights each rebar segment that can be constrained, along with available targets. You can modify dimensions to adjust the rebar position. The snap constraint maintains its relationship when you place, move, drag, or copy rebar. See Constrain Standard Rebar. ・Graphical rebar constraint editing: To improve the reinforcement workflow, a new in-canvas editor replaces the Rebar Constraints dialog. See Edit Rebar Constraint Behavior in a Host. ・Variable rebar distribution: To fit rebar for complex shapes, you can use rebar sets that vary along inclined faces. Documentation is easy with multi-rebar annotations, customizable numbering settings, and accurate schedules that display varying lengths. You can also define inclined rebar sets. See Place a Varying Rebar Set. ・Text Notes The text editor has been enhanced to add text notes directly in canvas. During editing, text displays in the correct font and style. Other text editor improvements include the following: ・For quick access, new contextual text editing tools are available in the ribbon. ・All text is visible while editing. ・Text wraps, scales, and scrolls as you expect. ・You can zoom and pan while editing a text note. The zoom scale does not affect text wrapping. ・You can enter unnumbered or non-bulleted text in lists by pressing Shift+Enter. See Create a List in a Text Note. ・You can specify the text editor to display an opaque background and a border when editing a note. This option allows you to better see the text while typing over complex drawings. See Edit a Text Note. ・Additional improvements for text notes ・Improved export of text to DWF, DWG, and DGN files: Enhancements improve the fidelity of character size, location, overrides, font, spacing, line spacing, numbering, tabs, indenting, and other text related properties. See Text and Fonts for DWG/DXF Export and Text and Fonts for DGN Export. ・Multilevel lists: Lists now allow the creation of hierarchies within an ordered list of paragraphs. You can modify multilevel lists by indenting and changing increments. See Create a List in a Text Note. ・Text orientation when rotating Project North: When you use the Rotate Project North tool, a new option allows you to specify whether text notes should rotate with the model or maintain their current orientation in the view. See Rotate Project North.
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