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What properties does Assemble calculate outside of Revit's default parameters?

Assemble calculates certain quantities outside of what is offered by Revit, based on customer demand. Below is the list of all calculated quantities from Assemble.

Air Terminals

DuctHeight (uses Revit parameter 'Height'), dimension type = Length

DuctWidth (uses Revit parameter 'Width'), dimension type = Length

Cable Tray Fittings

Length (uses Revit parameter 'TrayLength'), dimension type = Length

Cable Trays

Level (uses Revit parameter 'ReferenceLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Ceilings

Offset (uses Revit parameter 'HeightOffsetFromLevel'), dimension type = Length

Columns

Level (uses Revit parameter 'BaseLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Volume (uses formula =if(exists(Depth),Height*Width*Depth/27,Height*Pi*Diameter*Diameter/108), dimension type = Volume

Length (uses formula =(TopLevelElevation + TopOffset) - (BaseLevelElevation + BaseOffset)), dimension type = Length

Height (uses formula =(TopLevelElevation + TopOffset) - (BaseLevelElevation + BaseOffset)), dimension type = Height

Conduits

Diameter (uses Revit parameter 'DiameterTradeSize'), dimension type = Length

Level (uses Revit parameter 'Reference Level'), dimension type = NULL

Doors

Area (Assemble) (uses formula =Height x Width), dimension type = Area

BaseOffset (uses Revit parameter 'SillHeight'), dimension type = Length

Material (uses Revit parameter 'DoorMaterial'), dimension type = NULL

TopOffset (uses Revit parameter 'HeadHeight'), dimension type = Length

Duct Accessories

DuctHeight (uses Revit parameter 'Height'), dimension type = Length

DuctWidth (uses Revit parameter 'Width'), dimension type = Length

Ducts

Level (uses Revit parameter 'ReferenceLevel'), dimension type = NULL

DuctHeight (uses Revit parameter 'Height'), dimension type = Length

DuctWidth (uses Revit parameter 'Width'), dimension type = Length

Flex Ducts

DuctHeight (uses Revit parameter 'Height'), dimension type = Length

DuctWidth (uses Revit parameter 'Width'), dimension type = Length

Floors

Offset (uses Revit parameter 'HeightOffsetFromLevel'), dimension type = Length

EstimatedReinforcementWeight (uses formula =EstimatedReinforcementVolume x 6.615), dimension type = Weight

Mass

Area (uses Revit parameter 'GrossFloorArea'), dimension type = Area

Volume (uses Revit parameter 'GrossVolume'), dimension type = Volume

Pipes

Level (uses Revit parameter 'ReferenceLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Railings

Level (uses Revit parameter 'BaseLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Ramps

Level (uses Revit parameter 'BaseLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Material (uses Revit parameter 'RampMaterial'), dimension type = NULL

Slope (uses Revit parameter 'RampMaxSlope'), dimension type = Length

Roofs

BaseOffset (uses Revit parameter 'BaseOffsetFromLevel'), dimension type = Length

Level (uses Revit parameter 'BaseLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Offset (uses Revit parameter 'LevelOffset'), dimension type = Length

Site

Offset (uses Revit parameter 'HeightOffsetFromLevel'), dimension type = Length

Soffits

Offset (uses Revit parameter 'HeightOffsetFromLevel'), dimension type = Length

Stairs

Level (uses Revit parameter 'BaseLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Structural Columns

Depth (uses Revit parameter 'h'), dimension type = Length

Diameter (uses Revit parameter 'B'), dimension type = Length

EstimatedReinforcementWeight (uses formula = EstimatedReinforcementVolume x 6.615), dimension type = Weight

Level (uses Revit parameter 'BaseLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Material (uses Revit parameter 'ColumnMaterial'), dimension type = NULL

Width (uses Revit parameter 'b'), dimension type = Length

Weight by Length (uses formula = Weight(lbs/ft) x Length(ft)/2000

[If Wt parameter exists, then Wt(lbs/ft) x Length(ft)/2000,

If Wt does not exist, and M parameter exists, then M(kg/m converted to lbs/ft) x Length(m converted to ft)/2000,

If Wt and M do not exist, then W x Length/2000] ), dimension type = Weight

Weight by Volume (uses formula = Volume(cy) x 6.615), dimension type = Weight

Structural Foundations

BaseOffset (uses Revit parameter 'ElevationatBottom'), dimension type = Length

Material (uses Revit parameter 'FootingMaterial'), dimension type = NULL

EstimatedReinforcementWeight (uses formula EstimatedReinforcementVolume x 6.615), dimension type = Weight

Structural Framing

Level (uses Revit parameter 'ReferenceLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Material (uses Revit parameter 'BeamMaterial'), dimension type = NULL

Weight by Volume (uses formula Volume(cy) x 6.615, dimension type = Weight

Weight by Length (uses formula = Weight(lbs/ft) x Length(ft)/2000

[If Wt parameter exists, then Wt(lbs/ft) x Length(ft)/2000,

If Wt does not exist, and M parameter exists, then M(kg/m converted to lbs/ft) x Length(m converted to ft)/2000,

If Wt and M do not exist, then W x Length/2000] ), dimension type = Weight

Structural Rebar

Structural Rebar (uses Revit parameter 'BarDiameter'), dimension type = Length

Length (uses Revit parameter 'TotalBarLength'), dimension type = Length

EstimatedReinforcementWeight (uses formula ReinforcementVolume x 6.615), dimension type = Weight

Structural Trusses

Height (uses Revit parameter 'TrussHeight'), dimension type = Length

Length (uses Revit parameter 'Span'), dimension type = Length

Level (uses Revit parameter 'ReferenceLevel'), dimension type = NULL

Topography

Area (uses Revit parameter 'ProjectedArea'), dimension type = Area

Volume (uses Revit parameter 'Netcut/fill'), dimension type = Volume

Voltages

Voltage (uses Revit parameter 'ActualVoltage'), dimension type = Voltage

Wall Sweeps

Offset (uses Revit parameter 'OffsetFromLevel'), dimension type = Length

Walls

BaseLevel (uses Revit parameter 'BaseConstraint'), dimension type = NULL

Height (uses Revit parameter 'UnconnectedHeight'), dimension type = Length

Level (uses Revit parameter 'BaseConstraint'), dimension type = NULL

TopLevel (uses Revit parameter 'TopConstraint'), dimension type = NULL

EstimatedReinforcementWeight (uses formula EstimatedReinforcementVolume x 6.615), dimension type = Weight

Windows

Area (Assemble) (uses formula Height x Width), dimension type = Area

BaseOffset (uses Revit parameter 'SillHeight'), dimension type = Length

FrameMaterial (uses Revit parameter 'SashMaterial'), dimension type = NULL

Material (uses Revit parameter 'GlassPaneMaterial'), dimension type = NULL

TopOffset (uses Revit parameter 'HeadHeight'), dimension type = Length

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