Autodesk Revit is an application that is built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), which is a digital representation of both functional and physical characteristics of a facility. Students learning architecture, or professionals into the field of architecture are usually well versed with Autodesk Revit. Having an in-depth knowledge of Revit doesn't necessarily make you an architect but surely lays the foundation and helps you become a better architect.
Revit helps architects and structural engineers to design a building (or structures) and all of its components in 3D and explain the same model with 2D drafting elements. It is a 4D BIM which comes handy with tools to plan and track various stages in the building's life cycle, all the way from concept to construction to maintenance and even demolition.
In this webinar on conduits in Revit, you will learn everything about Revit and a very essential part of it, i.e., conduits in Revit. You will get a stronghold of all the concepts of conduits from basics and advanced, including:
- What is conduits
- Need and applications of conduits
- Ways to control their display
- Tips to creating a conduit schedule and more
Autodesk certified instructor
Elise Moss has worked for the past thirty years as a mechanical designer and engineer in Silicon Valley. She has written articles for Autodesk's Toplines magazine, AUGI's PaperSpace, DigitalCAD.com, engineering.com and Tenlinks.com. She is President of Moss Designs, creating custom applications and designs for corporate clients. She has taught CAD classes at Laney College, DeAnza College, Silicon Valley College, SFSU, and for Autodesk resellers.Autodesk has named her as a Faculty of Distinction for the curriculum she has developed for Autodesk products. She holds a baccalaureate degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Jose State.
Elise is a third generation engineer. Her father, Robert Moss, was a metallurgical engineer in the aerospace industry.