The volume computation for a space is based on its room-bounding components and is calculated as the area of its base multiplied by the height of the space. In Revit, both area and volume are calculated to wall faces (volumes based on planes other than finish faces will be different when the project is upgraded).

## How are quantities calculated in Revit?

**Calculate Room Quantities**

- Click Quantification tab Roombook Extension panel (Calculate Room Quantities).
- In the Calculate Room Quantities dialog, select a calculation type.
- Be sure that you have: …
- At the bottom of the Calculate Room Quantities dialog, click Calculate.

## How do you calculate building volume?

**Calculate** the **volume** by multiplying the measured length and width of the space together, then multiply the result by the height of the room. From the example, 10 * 25 feet = 250 square feet, and 5 * 10 feet = 50 square feet.

## How do I calculate area in Revit?

**Calculate Areas in a Project**

- Click Quantification tab Areabook Extension panel (Calculate Areas).
- In the Calculate Areas dialog, specify the calculation Type. …
- Under Selection, click Selection.
- In the Rooms/Room Groups Selection dialog, select the rooms and room groups to be considered in the calculation.

## How do you show cut and fill on Revit?

**View the Cut/Fill Volumes**

- Create a toposurface.
- In the site plan view, select the toposurface.
- On the Properties palette, set Phase Created to a phase earlier than the view’s phase. …
- Optional. …
- Click (Finish Surface).
- Select the toposurface copy.

## What is the difference between Revit LT and Revit?

Autodesk Revit is a single software application that supports a BIM workflow from concept to construction. … Revit software includes additional features and functionality such as worksharing, analysis, and in-product rendering. Revit LT is **more cost**-effective, streamlined BIM software for architecture professionals.

## What is volume in physics formula?

Let’s learn!

Geometric Shape Name: | Volume Formula: |
---|---|

Cube | Volume = a³ , where a is length of each side. |

Rectangular Prism | Volume = l × w × h , where l is length, w is width and h is height. |

Sphere | Volume = 4/3 πr³ , where r is the radius. |

Cylinder | Volume = πr²h , where r is the radius and h is the height. |

## What is the volume of the box with a height of 3 2?

Volume of box is 32×72×52=1058=1318=**13.125 cubic** inches.