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To place levels, you must be in a section or elevation view True False.
Revit Architecture classifies elements by categories, families, and types. See the example of the column in the image. Match the following for a Window. More than one on the left matches to the right. Window Fixed Window Fixed Window, 1400 x 800 Fixed Window, 1800 x 900 Element id (of selected fixed window): 14330.
Revit Classifies families into three types. Match the following. Walls, dimensions, ceilings, roofs, floors, and levels Doors and windows Unique geometry that you do not expect to reuse.
Instances are the actual items (individual elements) that are placed in the project and have specific locations in the building (model instances) or on a drawing sheet (annotation instances). True False.
Which (Two) of the the following are not hosts by default Walls Roofs Ceilings Floors Doors Windows.
Match the definitions The same set of type properties is common to all elements in a family, and each property has the same value for all instances of a particular family type. A common set of instance properties also applies to all elements that belong to a particular family type, but the values of these properties may vary according to the location of an element in a building or project.
Match the Blanks Changing the value of a ______affects all current and future instances of that family type. Changing the value of an _________affects only the elements in your selection set, or the element that you are about to place.
Match the following Represent the actual 3D geometry of the building. They display in relevant views of the model. For example, walls, windows, doors, and roofs. Help to define project context. For example, grids, levels, and reference planes. Display only in the views in which they are placed. They help to describe or document the model. For example, dimensions, tags, and 2D detail components.
Match the following definitions 2D components that document the model and maintain scale on paper. For example, dimensions, tags, and keynotes 2D items that provide details about the building model in a particular view. Examples include detail lines, filled regions, and 2D detail components.
If you select a tool for placing windows, and change one of its instance property values, the new value applies to all windows you place with that tool. True False.
Match the following blanks _____shows a logical hierarchy for all views, schedules, sheets, families, groups, linked Revit models, and other parts of the current project. ____ provides all the tools necessary to create a project or family. When you are highlighting an element or component, the ____displays the name of the family and type. It also provides tips or hints on what to do. ____ is a dialog where you can view and modify the parameters that define the properties of elements in Revit. _____provides quick access to functions that affect the current view, including the following: Scale, Detail level, Visual Style.
Match the following 1 2 3 4.
The following image shows the view range of a plan view.. match the following 1 2 3 4 5 6.
Changing _______ can affect the display of the same geometry at different view scales Detail level Line weights Line styles Object styles.
_____remain a fixed size relative to the model, and ______remain a fixed size relative to the sheet. Model patterns, drafting patterns Drafting patterns, model patterns.
Regardless of the wall type, you can select any of the following planes, either on the Options Bar (before placing the wall) or on the Properties palette (before or after): Which plane is not an option Wall Centerline Core Centerline Finish Face: Exterior Finish Face: Interior Core Face: Exterior Core Face: Interior Finish Layer Centerline.
Only curtain wall doors can replace a curtain wall panel. True Flase.
Select Two instance properties of Windows. Level Sill height Construction type Height Width Window Inset.
Select Two Type Properties of a roof Structure Default thicknesss Work Plane Base Level Reference Level.
These curtain wall types provide 3 levels of complexity, upon which you can simplify or enhance Curtain Wall 1 Exterior Glazing Storefront.
If you select and delete a room from a floor plan, you automatically delete the room from the room schedule. True False.
Which parameter of a plan view opens a dialog box to edit the depth of a view? Visibility/Graphics overrides Visibility/Graphics overrides Color Scheme View Range Section box.
Which THREE statements are TRUE about Drafting Views? Drafting views show 3D building model content Drafting views display 2D information only You can import CAD files into Drafting Views You can adjust view scale and detail level on Drafting Views You can adjust the view range of Drafting Views You can render Drafting Views.
When you model a roof, it is automatically associated with a ____________. Level Wall Grid Floor.
You do not have to place curtain grids on the edges of curtain walls to place mullions on curtainwall edges. true false.
Curtain wall can have a "basic wall" instead of a "Glazed panel" as one of its wall panels? true false.
To change the global display setting for a category of elements in a project, you modify its ____. Visual Styles Visibility / Graphic Overrides Object Styles Display Styles.
Which Three of the following are Datum Elements? Grids Reference planes Detail lines Model lines Levels.
______are work plane-based elements that exist in 3D space and are visible in all views Model lines Detail lines Annotation lines Hidden lines Thick lines.
You can use this sketching method to create a sloped surface such as (select two): Roof Floor Topography Sub region.
The image shows.. Spot Dimensions Temporary Dimensions Listening Dimensions Permanent Dimensions Aligned Dimensions.
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