TDR 259 COURSE SYLLABUS CONTRACT DRAWING PREPARATION II - REVIT

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TDR 259 COURSE SYLLABUS

CONTRACT DRAWING PREPARATION II - REVIT

BUSINESS, ENGINEERING & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION

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TDR 258

CONT. DRAWING PREP. II - REVIT

TDR 259

5

North Seattle Community College

ED 1845C

T & TH: 10:00-12:25 p.m.

2319A

15.XXXX

INSTRUCTOR:

Office Hours:

Phone:

E-Mail:

Dept.:

STEPHEN H. SIMMONS

M, T, W, TH 12:30 –1:30 p.m.

T, TH: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

206/526-0085 ext. 0085 [email protected]

BE-IT

COURSE LENGTH

One Quarter

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of 3D structural computer drafting based on Revit Structure with a focus specifically on structural design. Students learn how the strength of software is employed to automate the design and the documentation process. Students will independently complete basic plan, section and elevation drawings along with 3D perspectives, axonometric, and presentation drawings.This class is designed for students in the Architecture

Engineering Drafting Program.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After completing this course, you will be able to:

Define Building Information Modeling (BIM).

Define interoperability in terms of BIM and the design of structures.

Define the key differences between BIM and computer aided drafting (CAD)

Know the importance of collaboration and integrated information in the design process.

Understand the basic concept of Revit Structure and its role in the design process of structures.

Define uses of BIM beyond document creation that include but are not limited to interference checking, linking to sustainability analysis, linking to structural analysis, and multidiscipline coordination such as architecture, structure, and mechanical coordination.

Create a set of construction documents from Revit Structure.

Understand the role of general notes in structural drawings.

Understand the purpose of typical details in structural drawings.

Understand plan reading, elevation views, and cutting sections in structural drawing.

Understand the concept of showing information in context for structural drawings.

REQUIRED TEXT

Revit Structures Education Curriculum – Student Workbook; Autodesk on-line study guide

REQUIRED MATERIALS

Removable storage device (flash drive, etc)

Notebook

Pen or pencils

ATTENDANCE, LATENESS

Class attendance is very important. Missing more than one week of class (two class periods) may result in a letter grade penalty. Always try to talk to the instructor in advance should you need to be absent. Students are expected to be on time to class.

LEARNING NEEDS

If you need accommodations such as an ergonomic chair or computer mouse, language interpreter, tutor, or any other equipment, please contact the Office of Access Services, if you have not already done so. Also, please inform the instructor as soon as possible.

TUTORING CENTER:

http://www.northseattle.edu/services/tutor/

ACADEMIC HONESTY

A student who submits the work of another as her/his own or deliberately fails to properly credit words or ideas borrowed from another source is guilty of plagiarism. A student, who uses notes, takes an exam for another student, copies answers from another student’s exam, copies drawings in any manner or any other similar conduct aimed at making false representations with respect to student’s academic performance is guilty of cheating. Please refer to the

Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook for more information regarding academic dishonesty.

CLASS SCHEDULE:

Week 1 – April 5 th

Introduction of class

Week 2 – April 12 th

Introduction (continued)

Week 3 – April 19 th

Starting a project

Quiz #1

Week 4 – April 26 th

Starting a project (continued)

Week 5 – May 3 rd

Modeling a project

Quiz #2

Week 6 – May 10 th

Modeling a project (continued)

Week 7 – May 17 th

Analyzing a project

Week 8 – May 24 th

Analyzing a project (continued)

Quiz #3

Week 9 – May 31 st

Reinforcement modeling

Week 10 – June 7 th

Reinforcement Modeling (continued)

Week 11 – June 14 th o o

Review of quarter

Catch-up, and work on drawing projects

Finals Week o

Final Exam:

Monday, June 16, 2010 from 10:30 – 12:30 p.m.

Grading System:

Decimal Grade

4.0

– 3.9

3.8

– 3.5

3.4 - 3.2

3.1 - 2.9

2.8 - 2.5

2.4 - 2.2

2.1 - 1.9

1.8 - 1.5

1.4 - 1.2

1.1 - 0.9

0.8 - 0.7

0.0

Letter Grade Equivalent

A

A-

B+

B

B-

C+

C

C-

D+

D

D-

E

Conversion of Percentages to Decimal Grade Equivalent

96 – 100% = 4.0

95 = 3.9

94 = 3.8

89 = 3.3

88 = 3.2

87 = 3.1

82 = 2.6

81 = 2.5

80 = 2.4

75 = 1.9

74 = 1.8

73 = 1.7

93 = 3.7

92 = 3.6

In-Class Exams and quizzes

Class Assignments

Final Exam

86 = 3.0

85 = 2.9

79 = 2.3

78 = 2.2

91 = 3.5

90 = 3.4

84 = 2.8

83 = 2.7

Your course grade will be calculated as follow:

77 = 2.1

76 = 2.0

72 = 1.6

71 = 1.5

70 = 1.4

69 = 1.3

Week

1 (April 5)

2 (April 12)

3 (April 19)

4 (April 26)

5 (May 3)

6 (May 10)

7 (May 17)

8 (May 24)

9 (May 31)

10 (June 7)

11 (June 16)

Chapters

2

1

1

(Quiz 1)

2

3

3

(Quiz 2)

4

4

(Quiz 3)

5

FINAL EXAM

Assignment

68 = 1.2

67 = 1.1

66 = 1.0

65 = 0.9

64 = 0.8

63 = 0.7

62 = 0.0

40 %

40 %

20 %

100 %

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