System Section Detail | My Assignment Tutor

Layout You have to use A3 paper size.Page Orientation should be horizontal.You will use only sheets in Revit to create your published design. Photoshop or other software is not allowed.You have to create two different title blocks for the cover page and other pages.All pages should have the university logo, instructor name, your name, your student id, course title with code, and the assignment name and number.  Page 1 – Cover You have to define a title as “System Section Detail”. You have to place a 3d section perspective that is rendered with real materials. You may use Enscape 3D or the inherent render engine of Revit.Apart from the title, you have to add such fields as, university logo, instructor name, your name, your student id, course title with code, and the assignment name and number. Its design is up to you. Page 2 – Information About Building and Materials and 3D Partial Section Initially, you have to find a case study building from the DETAIL magazine.You can divide this page into two parts.You have to place photos from the original design and introduction text that describe the building and materials on the left part. Please do not copy-paste directly from the source. Your introduction text should be related to the system section drawing. Apart from general building information, It should include more about building system, material information.You have to place a 3D model of a partial section with a perspective view on the right part. Please pay attention to create a perspective projection instead of an orthographic mode. Apart from one on the cover page, this perspective view has to be shown with a shaded visual style. Page 3 – Partial Elevation, Section, and Plan Views in 1/100 Scale On this page, three different views have to be aligned with each other. They will be partial elevation, system section, and plan views.On the page, a partial elevation view of the building has to be placed on the top left side and a system section on the top right side. Both of them should be on the same scale and aligned on the same levels. You have to trace levels between two drawings with thin dashed lines on the sheet view.The plan view has to be placed on the bottom left side, just under the elevation view. They both have to be on the same scaled, aligned, and traced with thin dashed lines on the sheet views.You have to pay attention to show all views with readable line weights. Please avoid thick lines on this view.You can break the elevation, section, and plan views to fit on the sheet. Page 4 – System Section View in 1/20 Scale On this page, place the 2D section view on a 1/20 scale. You have to place your section on the left of the page. Place all material descriptions on the right side. You have to place a schedule to show them in a list. Do not forget to show numbering on materials. The numbering concept is up to you. You may show with or without leaders. However, while placing numbers near to materials, please pay attention to present them in order. For example, the numbering may start from the bottom or inside and follows until the top or outside subsequently.Do not colorize your sections in 1/20 detail. It gets unreadable. You can use the hidden lines as a visual style.You have to use View and Visibility and Graphics settings on views to hide undesired elements.In a detailed study, you have to model all of your facade elements, including mullions, sweeps, and reveals. You also have to model the floor elements with the required finishing layers. At the most top of the building, there should be a parapet wall with a cap ending profile at roof level.You have to break the section view to fit on the sheet.Draw dimensions in vertical axes, that indicate the distance between floors and layers on floors. Page 5 – Call Out Detail Views in 1/10 or 1/5 Scale Place call-out windows on your section on the previous page to give reference for detailed views on this page. Create at least two call-out details. One could be at roof and parapet connection, the other one could be floor and facade connection.The scale can be 1/5 or 1/10. It’s up to you.Use the noteblock numbering method, that you use in the system section. If your numbers are related to other materials on different views, you have to create custom schedules for both. Do not forget to show numbering on materials. The numbering concept is up to you. You may show with or without leaders. However, while placing numbers near to materials, please pay attention to present them in order. For example, the numbering may start from the bottom or inside and follows until the top or outside subsequently.Use Filled Region and Masking Region commands in the Detail menu under Annotate menu to hide and show anything in 2D.Use Visibility and Graphics settings on views to hide undesired elements.Apart from the 1/20 scale section, you have to show dimensions between all layers even on the floor, wall, or roof. Case Study is in this link:

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