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Revit

Revit software is specifically built for Building Information Modeling (BIM), empowering design and construction professionals to bring ideas from concept to construction with a coordinated and consistent model-based approach. It includes the functionality of all of the Revit disciplines (architecture, MEP, and structure) in one unified interface.

Top Features

Analysis

  • Lighting Analysis for Revit: Quickly expose electric and solar lighting results directly on a Revit model with Lighting Analysis for Revit, a cloud service that uses A360 Rendering.

  • Enhanced structural analytical model NEW:The structural analytical model was improved in several different areas.

  • Energy analysis using building element:Perform energy analysis using detailed Revit models.

  • Structural analytical model:Revit and Revit Structure support the BIM process for structural engineers.

  • Energy Analysis for Revit:Energy Analysis tools in Revit support sustainable design decision making early in the design process.

  • Structural Analysis for Revit:Perform static analysis for various buildings from the cloud. More easily calculate different variants of the same model.

Collaboration

  • IFC Linking NEW: Now an IFC file can be linked into an existing Revit project.

  • Interference check: Use interference checking to scan your Revit model for collisions between elements.

  • Worksharing: Worksharing distributes the power of the parametric building modeling environment across the project team.

  • Revit Server: Revit Server helps project teams in different locations to more easily collaborate on shared Revit models across a wide-area network (WAN).

  • Vault integration: Vault Collaboration software is designed to work with Revit.

  • A360 integration: Building Design Suite Premium and Ultimate customers who have Maintenance Subscription can access integrated A360 features, including rendering and energy analysis.

  • IFC certification: Autodesk supports BIM interoperability. Revit 2015 has been certified by BuildingSMART International for IFC version 2x3 Coordination View import and export.

  • Bidirectional links, multiple analysis packages: The structural analytical model in Revit software can be bi-directionally linked with Robot Structural Analysis Professional software.

Design

  • Trim/Extend Multiple Elements NEW: Trim / Extend has been updated to enable for box selection of multiple elements.

  • Family Parameter Order Adjustment NEW: Easily adjust the Family Parameter order to company standards.

  • Reinforcement for parts NEW: Add reinforcement to concrete parts.

  • Presentation for Rebar Sets NEW: Document multiple rebar within a host, only showing a representative subset, allowing the creation of legible reinforcement documentation.

  • Structural Section Properties NEW: Now Structural Framing elements can be identified by their section type, containing consistent and unambiguous definition of sectional properties.

  • Calculation methods for pressure drop NEW: Calculate pressure drop for duct and pipe using either Haaland or Colebrook equations in Mechanical Settings.

  • Tooltips for Family Parameters NEW: Improve learnability by customizing Revit MEP tooltips and communicating parameters and their use.

  • Accuracy of "as-built" Model Definition NEW: New capabilities and features enable precise definition and placement of structural framing elements in space.

  • Assembly Code Settings NEW: New Manage Assembly Code Setting dialog allows user to change UniformatClassifications.txt location.

  • Pinned elements enhancements NEW: Pinned elements are prevented from being deleted unless you specify. Elements must be unpinned before they can be deleted.

  • Temporary view templates: Minimize the need for saving and maintaining working views. This feature allows you to change view properties without affecting the saved view state.

  • Autodesk Exchange: Autodesk Exchange enables you to access extended Revit functionality and an expanded content library.

  • Parametric components: Parametric components, also known as families, are the basis for all building components designed in Revit.

  • Bidirectional associativity: In Revit, all model information is stored in one place. Any information that gets changed is effectively changed throughout the Revit model.

  • Conceptual design tools: Revit software offers easy-to-use conceptual design tools that support your creative flow.

  • HVAC/electrical design room color-fill plans: Communicate design intent visually with room color-fill plans.

  • Piping and electrical content: Many types of electrical content—including communications, fire safety, data, and nurse call—are available from within Revit.

  • System browser: Gain greater flexibility during design, and focus on the systems that are important to you with the system browser feature.

  • Enhanced MEP systems: Create and name custom duct and piping system types.

  • Sloped piping: In Revit software for MEP engineering, sloped piping tools support enhanced productivity for piping design.

  • Multiple materials modeling: Revit software for structural engineering includes building materials such as steel, cast-in-place concrete, pre-cast concrete, masonry, and wood.

Documentation

  • Enhanced Hidden lines NEW: Parameter to control the visibility of Hidden Lines in your views.

  • Revision improvements NEW: You can now delete revisions and better sketch revision clouds shapes.

  • Tag improvements NEW: When you move a tagged element, or drag the tag head, the tag leader and elbow adjustment behavior is now consistent with that of text leaders.

  • Enhanced Schedules/material takeoffs NEW: Schedule Enhancements with Parameters, Filter & Grand Totals.

  • Images in Schedules NEW: Include images in schedules to convey graphical information for elements.

  • Keynoting Settings NEW: Keynoting revision dialog has a single path with absolute / relative / library locations.

  • View References NEW: Improved functionalty when changing the referenced view after a view reference has been created.

  • Duplicate Views NEW: When you duplicate a view "Copy 1" is now added to the name.

  • Reinforcement Numbering NEW: Rebar and fabric reinforcement now have number sequencing that matches with existing reinforcement.

  • Enhanced Multi Rebar Annotation NEW: Multi Rebar Annotation, when applied to more than one rebar set, now includes enhancements such as grouping and sorting tags or segments.

  • Tapped duct and pipe tags NEW: Now tag a numerical value along a tapped duct or pipe that varies along its length.

  • Construction modeling: Modeling tools help you derive better construction insight from design models.

  • Interoperability: Interoperability features enable you to work more efficiently with members of your extended project team.

  • Material Takeoff: This tool helps calculate detailed material quantities and track material quantities in cost estimates.

  • DWG, DWF, DXF, and DGN support: Revit imports, exports, and links your data with popular formats, including DWG™, DXF™, DGN, and IFC.

  • Tag on placement/by category: Tag mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components as they are being placed instead of tagging them as a separate set of steps.

  • Panel schedules: Work dynamically and experience greater flexibility by displaying panel schedule totals in current or load values.

  • Interface to external databases: Facilitate communications with third-party tools by outputting Revit model data to any ODBC-compliant database.

  • Structural details: Create details from views of a 3D model with additional annotations or from scratch with Revit for structural engineering 2D drafting tools.

Visualization

  • Anti-aliasing improvements NEW: Turn on Anti-aliasing per view to smooth out lines on the screen.

  • Sketchy Lines NEW: Achieve a hand drawn, informal sketch look, by just pushing a button.

  • Ray Trace usability improvements NEW: Render faster without white noise.

  • Displaced views: Create exploded views of building designs to more clearly visualize building assemblies and view construction sequencing.

  • Design visualization: Capture design ideas in a near-photorealistic state.

  • Rendering: Cloud-based rendering helps designers, architects, engineers, and contractors to reduce time and project costs.

System requirements for Autodesk Revit 2015 products

Operating System:

Microsoft® Windows® 7 SP1 64-bit: Windows 7 Enterprise, Ultimate, Professional, or Home Premium

Microsoft® Windows® 8 64-bit: Windows 8 Enterprise, Pro, or Windows 8

Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 64-bit: Windows 8.1 Enterprise, Pro, or Windows 8.1

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.

Autodesk® Revit® software products will use multiple cores for many tasks, using up to 16 cores for near-photorealistic rendering operations.

Memory:

4 GB RAM. Usually sufficient for a typical editing session for a single model up to approximately 100 MB on disk. This estimate is based on internal testing and customer reports. Individual models will vary in their use of computer resources and performance characteristics. Models created in previous versions of Revit software products may require more available memory for the one-time upgrade process

**For System Requirements for other Revit items please click here: Autodesk System Requirements