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Structural engineering design tools

View images to see how Revit® software supports a more intuitive structural engineering design process. Revit includes powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) tools to help you capture design concepts and maintain consistency through design, documentation, and construction. 

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  • New

    Pinned elements enhancements

    Delete pinned elements only when you specify. Avoid accidentally deleting pinned elements.

  • New

    Tooltips for Family Parameters

    Customize Revit MEP tooltips and communicate parameters and their use.

  • New

    Trim/Extend Multiple Elements

    Trim / Extend can be used on multiple elements using box selection.

  • New

    Family Parameter Order Adjustment

    Maintain parameter order as you specify.

  • New

    Assembly Code Settings

    UniformatClassifications.txt location can be modified and reloaded.

  • New

    Accuracy of "As-Built" Model Definition

    Create as-built models to drive fabrication.

  • New

    Structural Section Properties

    Section shape provides additional structural parameters to the element.

  • New

    Reinforcement for Parts

    Add reinforcement to concrete parts.

  • New

    Presentation for Rebar Sets

    Different reinforcement presentation for a rebar set in each view.

  • Autodesk Exchange

    Access functionality through Autodesk Exchange.

  • Parametric components

    The graphical system for design, form making.

  • Bidirectional associativity

    A change anywhere is a change everywhere.

  • Multiple materials modeling

    Model your structure using the materials you need.

  • Structural reinforcement

    Define and visualize concrete reinforcement.

  • Point cloud tools

    Connect laser scans directly into the BIM process.

  • Temporary view templates

    Change view properties temporarily.