Revit MEP Training

Autodesk Revit MEP is part of Autodesk’s BIM software portfolio and is designed for mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers working either in isolation or as part of a BIM project.


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Revit MEP Training familiarizes professionals with HVAC, electrical and plumbing components. Revit MEP course aid the learners to generate accurate design, analysis, and documentation of efficient building (services) systems from concept through construction.

Course Objectives

 At the completion of the Revit MEP course, learners will be able to

  • Describe building information modeling methodology.
  • Use the different parts of the Revit MEP user interface and work with different types of Revit elements and families.
  • Manage the different views and change their properties, control the visibility and appearance of elements in different views, and work with section, elevation, and 3D views.
  • Set up a project using different templates, link Revit models, share projects using worksheets, define discipline settings, and import and edit DWG details.
  • Analyze an analytical model for conducting a building performance analysis.
  • Create HVAC systems, generate HVAC system layouts, and create and modify ductwork using Revit tools.
  • Create plumbing systems, fire protection systems, electrical circuits and wiring.
  • Link Revit models, coordinate and monitor changes in a current project and a linked project, and check and fix interference conditions.
  • Create working and correct Revit Families for inclusion in Revit Projects, viz.,Mechanical Equipment, Lighting Fixtures, Air Diffusers.
  • Publish Revit MEP files to Design Web Format (DWF™) files, import and export design data using the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) format.

I Building Information Modeling (BIM)

  • Building Information Modeling for MEP Engineering
  • About Building Information Modeling
  • About Bidirectional Associativity

II Revit MEP Basics

  • Revit MEP user interface
  • The Ribbon framework interface
  • Building elements
  • Guidelines to work with Revit elements and families

III Viewing the Model

  • Creating views and adding matchlines
  • Managing views
  • View properties and templates
  • Object visibility settings
  • Modifying line styles
  • User defined filters
  • Section views
  • Elevation views
  • Creating and Modifying 3D views
  • About Cameras

IV Starting a New Project

  • Project settings
  • Revit file types
  • Project templates
  • Mechanical default project
  • Discipline settings
  • Mechanical settings
  • Electrical settings
  • Importing and exporting DWG Details

V Defining Volumes

  • About spaces
  • Guidelines and process of creating spaces
  • About Zones
  • Guidelines and process of creating zones

VI Building Performance Analysis

  • About analytical models
  • Viewing analytical models
  • Heating and cooling loads information
  • Process of specifying project energy data
  • Process of specifying space heating and cooling loads parameters
  • Process of specifying zone heating and cooling loads parameters
  • Process of exporting defined energy data to gBXML
  • Guidelines for defining heating and cooling loads
  • Heating and cooling loads report
  • Calculating heating and cooling loads

VII HVAC Systems

  • About HVAC systems
  • Mechanical parts in HVAC systems
  • Creating HVAC systems
  • About layouts
  • Duct sizing
  • Duct system inspection tools
  • Generating HVAC system layouts
  • Ducts and Duct Fittings
  • Ducts and Duct Fitting Control Grips
  • Tools for creating and modifying Ductwork
  • Applying Duct color fills

VIII Piping Systems

  • About Piping system
  • Process and guidelines for creating Piping system
  • About Plumbing systems
  • Process and guidelines for creating Plumbing system
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Process and guidelines for creating Fire Protection Systems

IX Electrical Systems

  • About Electrical Circuits
  • Process and guidelines for creating Electrical Circuits
  • Tools for working with Electrical Circuits
  • About Electrical Wiring
  • Process and guidelines for creating a Wire Type

X Working with Architects and Engineers

  • About project sharing
  • Copy and monitor tools
  • Coordinating and monitoring changes in the current project
  • Guidelines for monitoring changes in linked files
  • About interference checks
  • Guidelines for checking and fixing interference conditions

XI Annotations and Schedules

  • About Text and Tags
  • Guidelines for working with Text and Tags
  • About Temporary dimensions
  • About Permanent dimensions
  • Creating Legends
  • About Schedule and Schedule properties
  • Exporting Schedules
  • Modifying Schedule fields

XII Family Editor

  • About Families
  • Connectors
  • Creating Families
  • Modifying Families

XIII Importing and Exporting Files

  • About importing vector data
  • About importing 3D Solids and Google SketchUp Files
  • Positioning and scaling options
  • Importing Raster data
  • Guidelines for importing and using external files
  • About exporting
  • Guidelines for exporting

XIV Linking Files

  • Working with linked
  • About linked Revit architecture projects
  • About managing shared coordinates
  • About linked acquiring and reporting shared coordinates.
  • Guidelines for working with linked projects
  • About project collaboration
  • Guidelines for monitoring and coordinating linked projects

XV Creating Advanced Components

  • About In-Place Families
  • About Solids and Voids
  • Creating 3D Geometry .
  • Modifying In-Place Families
  • About Component Families
  • About the Family Editor
  • About Parametric Formulas
  • Process of Creating Standard Component Families
  • Guidelines for Creating and Modifying Component Families
  • About Nested Families
  • About Linked Parameters
  • Guidelines for creating Nested Families
  • About Component Groups
  • Placing, saving, and converting Component Groups Duplicating and Editing Component groups

XVI Design and Analysis

  • About Phases
  • Guidelines for creating and using Phases
  • About Design options
  • Properties of Design Options
  • Working with Design Option Sets
  • About Interference Checks
  • Guidelines for checking and fixing Interference Conditions
  • About Area Plans
  • Guidelines for using Area Plans and Color Schemes

XVIII Revit Worksharing

  • Process of Project Sharing
  • About Worksets
  • About the Central File
  • Moving the Central File
  • Guidelines for Sharing Projects using Worksets
  • About Local Files
  • About Editable Worksets
  • Worksets Dialog Box
  • Process of Removing users from a Workset
  • Using Local Files
  • Guidelines for using Local Files remotely

XVII Advanced Rendering Techniques

  • About Materials and Render Appearances
  • Process of using Material Styles
  • Editing Render Appearances
  • Guidelines for using Material Styles
  • About Non building Components .
  • About Lighting
  • About Materials
  • About Render Quality Settings
  • Process of specifying Settings for Rendering Interior Views
  • Guidelines for Rendering Interior Views
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