In theory, yes but its going to depend on many factors: model, size, model complexity, output file formats, metadata etc etc. If its a simple post and lintel structural model then you could extract this information to excel then rebuild via Dynamo to get it into Revit. The key thing to keep in mind is that interoperability between Revit and Dynamo is still somewhat limited. If you want to create usable geometry from Dynamo to Revit, you need to create Revit objects rather than Dynamo solids, surfaces or even forms.
Post a screenshot or a simple example that is representative of your model and also what you hope to achieve once its in Revit (structural analysis? documentation?) and the picture will become a lot clearer.