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Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 7:08:27 PM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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Hi, i am trying to create parking garage in revit. But i could not find the way to create nice sloping floor.In Revit 2011 i used sloping arrows in floors. However in corner rotation floor does not match the regular sloping floor. Maybe this is super elevation i not sure. Now i do not know how to solve this problem it effects all facades-sections in a wrong way. Thanks a lot.  



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Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 10:39:56 PM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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It is ok.Problem was solved by using modify subelements. Thanks

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Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 10:41:43 PM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 1:54:34 PM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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Hi,

I've got some problem with similar context here.  I have a sloping bus garage with several different slope direction for drainage reason.  It has Precast Concrete parapet wall around perimeter with trapezoidal section h = 1500mm, 300mm base and 150mm top.  The main issue here is the height of the parapet wall MUST follow the slope of the floor.

There is also a walkway next to parapet wall with 150mm deep and 1200mm wide.. and again, the walkway MUST have the same slope as the floor.

Does any one  know how to build it in Revit Architectural 2011?  Help would be highly appreciated. 

Many thanks.

Iwan


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Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 2:29:12 PM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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You will have to edit the profile of your walls to be parallel with the floor slope. 

 

Floor slopes can be set in the floor using modify points or by using seperate joined sloping sections.  On my pre-cast garage, I used seperate sloping slabs because the thickness had to stay uniform.


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Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 3:12:51 PM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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Hi WWHub,

First of all, the wall cross section is customised. Probably you will have a better idea of the cross section that I tried to explain before. Please see the attached file for the cross section of parapet wall and the walkway beside it.

Secondly, the floor sloped in more than 1 direction (for drainage reason).  I used Floor shape editing (Modify sub element) to adjust the slope, but the wall does not follow the slope.

Could you explain step-by-step how do you manage to do it?

Many thanks,

Regards,

Iwan


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Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 5:16:33 PM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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I don't know what you mean by "the wall cross section is customised".  You mean you are not using a standard wall?  So ... alter what you are using or explain better.  Stock walls can attach bottom to the floor and the top can be edited in profile.

 

Floors can be sloped in two directions at once....just place your slope arrow from corner to diagonal corner

 


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Wed, May 4, 2011 at 9:04:04 AM | Urgent Help ! Sloping Floors

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WWHub,

Sorry about my word. I hope this would explain better.

I created the parapet wall using a standard wall with wall sweep to create the required profile (standard wall 150mm thick with triangular wall sweep 150mm base 1500mm high).  I understand I can attach this wall to the base of the slab, but i want the wall universal height to remain at 1500mm. Therefore when I attach the wall to the floor, the wall height becomes vary.

Anyway, I found an alternative solution from this link; http://www.revitforum.org/showthread.php/230-Custom-Ramp-Rail-(Concrete-Parapet-amp-Beam)

If you comes with any other solution, please post it.

Many thanks,

Iwan

 


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