What's New in Revit 2021
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Create slanted walls and slanted curtain walls using the standard Wall tool. Slanted walls can host elements like doors, windows, electrical features, wall sweeps, and more.
Link PDF Files or Images
Link a 2D PDF file or a raster image into a 2D view for reference without increasing the size of the model or affecting performance. Then remove the file when it's no longer needed.
Electrical Circuit Naming Scheme
A flexible method for defining circuit naming schemes helps support conventions in different regions of the world.
Enable/Disable View Filters
Enable and disable view filters in the Visibility/Graphics dialog. View filter effects are turned on and off instead of adding and removing filters for the view.
Improved Revit Home
Updates to Revit Home provide a consistent experience for BIM 360 account and project navigation between Autodesk products, such as Revit and Civil 3D.
For detailed steel modeling, the Revit steel connections list now includes stiffeners. This new family type consists of one or two steel plates that reinforce a beam or column section, welded to the input beam or column.
Create a user profile that allows Revit to provide a workspace recommendation that is tailored to your work discipline and job role.
Display Contrasting Rows in a Schedule
To make a large schedule easier to read, set the Stripe Rows feature to display rows in contrasting colors.
P&ID Modeler for BIM 360 Docs
When you collaborate with others using Plant 3D, P&ID Modeler for Revit now references P&ID drawings stored in BIM 360 Document Management.
Simplified Shared Coordinates
To more easily work with linked models, you can display coordinates of linked models in the host model. These coordinates include the survey point, project base point, and internal origin.
Switchboard Circuit Quantity
Parameter names for circuit quantity on switchboards and panelboards have been improved.
Integrated Steel Connections Nodes
The steel connections nodes dedicated to placing steel connections are provided with the Revit installation, as part of Dynamo for Revit.
Integrated Precast Automation
The former structural precast extension is now integrated into Revit with a dedicated Precast tab on the ribbon.
Easier Hook Length Adjustments
Easily specify the hook lengths for each rebar in the project, without the need to duplicate the hook type and change the length for that type.
Worksharing and MEP Elements
Worksharing with MEP Elements has been improved to provide a more consistent experience and enable better collaboration among stakeholders.
Single Phase Line-to-Neutral Panelboard
To better support distribution systems commonly found outside the US, Revit supports single phase two-wire line-to-neutral panelboards.
Select Phase for Switchboard Circuits
Use the Switch Phases tool to assign a phase to a circuit in a switchboard panel.
Panel Schedules Display in the Project Browser
The Sheets section of the Project Browser lists the panel schedules that appear on each sheet.
New Parameters for Circuits
The Frame parameter is now available for spare circuits, and it displays in panel schedules.
Integrated Structural Analysis Storage and Exploration
Formerly an add-on, Integrated Structural Analysis Storage and Exploration is now integrated into Revit, available on the Analyze tab of the ribbon.
Design Options Enhancements
In the Design Options dialog, option sets and design options are automatically sorted in alphanumeric order.
Rebar and Fabric Sheets
This release includes updates for rebar end treatments, couplers connecting to arc-shaped rebar, and 3D solid fabric sheet visualisation.
Creating and Editing Steel Parts
You can now create steel elements such as plates, bolt patterns and contour cuts directly in elevation and section views and edit them in any type of view.
Ten new Dynamo nodes are available under the Element category, allowing you to easily manipulate Revit element functions.
New categories to better support bridge design in Revit. This feature supports the Civil Structures Workflow with Autodesk InfraWorks and Revit.
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