Dynamo for BIM engineering projects

Starting with Dynamo for BIM computational design
Dynamo for BIM engineering projects
File Size :
1.52 GB
Total length :
3h 39m


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Dynamo for BIM engineering projects

What you’ll learn

Understand the concepts and potential of visual programming
Understand the workflow with graphic nodes within Dynamo
Process lists and external data sources with Dynamo
Create primitive geometries as work tools for more complex solutions
Use Dynamo to automate tasks within Revit
Use Dynamo to create generative and adaptive models in Revit

Dynamo for BIM engineering projects


General domain of Revit (type parameters and instances)
Mathematics and basic geometry


Disclaimer:We have selected this course to offer it in English for its high pedagogical quality and user acceptance.The version of the software used is in Spanish, but the whole explanation of the instructor is narrated in English.———————————————————This course is a friendly and introductory guide to the world of computer design using Dynamo, an open source visual programming platform for designers.#AulaGEO In progress, it is developed through projects in which the basic concepts of visual programming will be learned. Among the topics we will discuss the work with computational geometries, the best practices for rule-based design, programming application for interdisciplinary design and much more with the Dynamo Platform.Dynamo’s power is evidenced in a variety of design-related activities. Dynamo allows us to:Explore programming for the first timeConnect workflows in several softwaresPromote the activity of communities of users, contributors and developersDevelop an open source platform with constant improvementsContent:Lecture 1: WelcomeLecture 2: Starting DynamoKnowing DynamoLecture 3: What is Dynamo?Lecture 4: Navigating the interface and node libraryLecture 5: Placing and connecting nodesLecture 6: Let’s do itWorking with dataLecture 7: Type of dataLecture 8: Mathematical functionsLecture 9: What is a listLecture 10: Working with listsLecture 11: Creating and modifying text stringsLecture 12: Reading data from an Excel tableLecture 13: Writing data in an Excel tableBuilding and analyzing geometriesLecture 14: VectorsLecture 15: PlansLecture 16: Coordinate systemsLecture 17: pointsLecture 18: CurvesLecture 19: SurfacesLecture 20: SolidsRevitLecture 21: Selecting itemsLecture 22: Editing elementsLecture 23: Creating elementsLecture 24: CustomizingLecture 25: Documentation with DynamoConclusionLecture 26: Whats Next


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Welcome

Lecture 2 Starting Dynamo

Section 2: Knowing Dynamo

Lecture 3 What is Dynamo?

Lecture 4 Navigating the interface and node library

Lecture 5 Placing and connecting nodes

Lecture 6 Let’s do it

Section 3: Working with data

Lecture 7 Type of data

Lecture 8 Mathematical functions

Lecture 9 What is a list

Lecture 10 Working with lists

Lecture 11 Creating and modifying text strings

Lecture 12 Reading data from an Excel table

Lecture 13 Writing data in an Excel table

Section 4: Building and analyzing geometries

Lecture 14 Vectors

Lecture 15 Plans

Lecture 16 Coordinate systems

Lecture 17 points

Lecture 18 Curves

Lecture 19 Surfaces

Lecture 20 Solids

Section 5: Revit

Lecture 21 Selecting items

Lecture 22 Editing elements

Lecture 23 Creating elements

Lecture 24 Customizing

Lecture 25 Documentation with Dynamo

Section 6: Conclusion

Lecture 26 Whats Next

BIM modelers and designers,Architects, engineers and related technicians,Enthusiasts in BIM technology and visual programming

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 3h 39m | 1.52 GB
Created by: AulaGEO Academy

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