By | June 10, 2023

Autodesk Revit is a software package for computer-aided design that implements the principle of building information modeling (Building Information Modeling, BIM). Autodesk Revit is designed for architects, designers and design engineers, provides 3D modeling of building elements and flat drawing of design elements, creation of custom objects, organization of collaboration on a project, from concept to the production of working drawings and specifications.

Autodesk Revit enables a high level of cross-discipline collaboration and significantly reduces errors. This system allows you to create building structures and engineering systems of any complexity. Based on the designed models, specialists have the opportunity to develop an effective construction technology and accurately determine the required amount of materials.

Benefits of Autodesk Revit 2024:

– Heater
Creation of topographic elements in the format of solid geometry.

– Revit Dark Theme
Revit supports a dark theme for the first level user interface, including the Properties Palette, Project Browser, Options Bar, View Control Bar, and Status Bar. You can also set a dark or light theme for the drawing area (stage) on the ribbon and in the Options dialog box.

– Alignment of surface samples
The Align tool can be used to align surface patterns on elements whose shape has been edited. You can align patterns over the entire surface, or you can align triangulated faces individually.

– Improvements to cutting geometry
Added additional categories for cutting in the project environment.

– Search in the Project Browser
The search function is now available at the top of the Project Browser.

– Specification of revision clouds
With revision cloud specifications, you can quickly manage the parameters of a revision cloud.

– Linking coordination models
You can visually cross-check models from different categories and project stages. Using 3D views, you can visually compare collaborative models created in Revit or other modeling tools for coordination purposes.

– Anchor points for coordination models
Anchor points simplify in-place modeling, allow you to measure between two datums based on points in the coordination model, and more accurately position the coordination model.

– More path alignment options for freeform rebar
You can choose how to align the rebars in the set, and set the rebars in the set to be parallel to the planar face selected in the Align/Trim constraint.

– Sketches of bars on rebar drawings
Add sketches to rebar drawings to create precise instructions for bar bending and mounting.

– Sketches of bars in specifications
Create clear manufacturing instructions by adding bar sketch specifications with form bending information that accurately reflect bar geometry.

– Creation of a custom association between physical and analytical elements
Create multiple associations between different elements to improve the consistency of updates in the physical and analytical models.

– Improved analytical workloads
On specific areas of the host object, you can apply structural loads to analytics and panels.

– Detailed report with results for automating connection rules
Use the information from the detailed report to work more efficiently with steel connections.

– Flow and pressure calculations for MEP manufacturer database items
Flow and pressure drop calculations have been added to integrate design and fabrication workflows for direct segments of manufacturer database items. These results are only available for straight segments.

– Creation of an analytical model of energy consumption by elements in a 3D view
Use 3D view borders, view filters, or visibility/graphics overrides to display elements in a 3D view and include only those elements when creating an energy analytic model.