Team Vocabulary – Weekly

TEAM 1 – WEEK 1 – VOCABULARY

Vocabulary  For Arch 1290

1. Parametric – A way of describing something
2. Schematic Design – 3 or more different ideas
3. Design Development – Choosing Materials
4. Construction Documents – Set instructions to build
5. Bid Documents – Construction Documents and specification
6. Hosting – the entity that oversees lower entities
7. Default – present

Vocabulary  For Arch 1200

1. Node – It’s a point where you make a decision
2. Verbose – to much
3. Poche – rendering

11 Responses to Team Vocabulary – Weekly

1. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 2 – VOCABULARY

Vocabulary For Arch 1290:

1. RAM – Random Access Memory

2. Hard Drive – Storing Cabinet

3. Propagate – To copy certain things and import to a new level

Vocabulary For Arch 1200

1. Column – Is a structural vertical column that supports weight

2. Footing – Is a load transfer

3. Isometric – A 30 degree 3D perspective

4. Axonometric – Is a 45 degree 3D perspective

2. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 3 – VOCABULARY

Vocabulary for Arch 1290

1. Duplicate – its a copy

2. Parapet – extension of exterior wall above the roof

3. Project Browser – window in Revit that contains all the components in a project such as views, schedules, sheets, and families

Vocabulary for Arch 1200

1. Integral – Consisting or composed parts of that together constitute of a whole

2. Family – a collection of objects used in constructing and designing of a site

3. Case study – is a proposal of consisting details that explains a construction assembly

4. Line Weight – is the difference between line thicknesses

3. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 4 – VOCABULARY

Vocabulary for Arch 1290

1. North Elevation – is when looking at the project from the north view

2. Section – is a cut through a project which allows you to see the view behind

3. Weep Holes – A small hole ( usually located at the base of the building) that drains water coming from inside the wall

4. Wythe – a continuous vertical section of masonry one unit in thickness

5. Virus – a program that is able to duplicate itself and harm other files and programs in the computer

Vocabulary for Arch 1200

1. Expansion Joint – is a gap that allows a surface space to be able to expand

2. Compression – puts load on an object in terms of weight

3. Caulking – is a material used to cover or protect something

4. Control Joint – an international , linear discontinuity in a structure or component designed to form a plane of weakness where cracking can occur in response to various forces so as to minimize or eliminate cracking elsewhere in the structure

4. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 5 – Vocabulary

Vocabulary for 1290

1. Spline – a command that allows you to create curves

2. Hide – Temporarily hides an entity

3. Mirror – Copying an object over axis

4. Split Region – is where an object is cut into two parts to allow separation

Vocabulary for Arch 1200

1. Flashing – piece of metal used to prevent water from entering cavity wall, roof

2. Tensile strength – how much an object can resist stretch

3. Clamp – used to join to materials

4. Lintel – carried load of wall, used in openings

5. Cindy Alonzo says:

Team 1 – Week 6 – Vocabulary

Vocabulary for Arch 1290

1. Truss – A structure comprising one or more triangular units constructed with straight members whose ends are connected at joints referred to as node

2. Callout – detailing at larger scale

3. Roof – overhead covering of a building with its required supports

4. Facade – External face of a structure

5. Egress – exit

Vocabulary for Arch 1200

1. Ventilation – process of supplying fresh new air into an enclosed space and removing from it air that is contaminated by odors

2. Brick CMU – concrete masonry unit

6. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 7 – Vocabulary

1. Roof – The exterior surface and its supporting structures on the top of a building.

2. Spline curve – Is a command that allows you to pick several points which creates a curve.

3. Extrusion – The act or process of pushing or thrusting out.

4. Column – Transfers the load for anything sitting on top of it.

5. Foundation – It’s the lowest load bearing part of a building.

6. Hide – it a command that temporarily hides an entry in Revit.

7. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 8 – Vocabulary

1. Title block – is a space that provides client information, drawing title, the scale and the sheet number.

2. Scale – is a way of making the drawings to have a measurement where you can relate it to a 1’ in dimension.

3. Crop – is a command where you an object smaller

4. Elevations – Is a view of the drawings based on their sides.

5. Legends – Is an area where the items are listed.

6. Schedules – Is a grid that provides the quantities of an object on a drawing and the location of the object on the drawing.

7. Project Browser – Is a window in Revit that contains all of the components in a project such as views, schedules, sheets and families.

8. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 9 – Vocabulary

1. Joint- Is where two things are connected.

2. Grid Lines – Are lines that create a grid.

3. Precast Panels – it’s a piece of cured concrete that had been done off the construction site.

4. Metal Ties – A strip of corrugated metal used to tie a brick veneer wall to framework

5. Brick – A small rectangular block typically made of fired or sun-dried clay, used in building

6. Guidelines – They are reference lines that are used when drawing.

7. Layers – It allows you to distinguish the difference between drawing components.

8. Array – Is a command that allows you to duplicate an item multiply times at once in a group.

9. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 10 – Vocabulary

1. Plot – Is being able to print the drawing.

2. Page setup Manager – Is a window that allows you to change the page size of the drawing, etc

3. Viewport – Is a screen that allows you to see the drawing through the paper – space in AutoCAD.

4. Model Space – It’s a design area in AutoCAD where you produce your drawing.

10. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 11 – Vocabulary

1. Hidden Line – It’s a line style set as dashes.

2. Mirror – a command that copy’s object over an Axis.

3. Rendering – it’s a process of depicting a realistic photo from a model.

11. Cindy Alonzo says:

TEAM 1 – WEEK 12 – Vocabulary

1. Curtain Wall – Is a design wall that is non – structural and generally hangs from the structural wall.

2. Divide – Is a command that allows you to divide a line segment into equal segments.

3. Mullions – A structural element which divides adjacent window units.

4. Dissimilar – Not the same.

5. Tension – It relates to the force pulling.

6. Specification – is the requirements of the project.