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Revit MEP

Introduction

Revit MEP software is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers. It provides an integrated design, analysis, and documentation tool to support building systems projects from concept through construction.

What is Revit MEP?

A Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, Revit MEP made by Autodesk for students and experts who are into MEP designing. MEP is an abbreviation for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing, the three-building disciplines that Revit MEP center into. By using BIM instead of Computer-aided drafting (CAD), Revit MEP can use dynamic data in intelligent models — permitting complex building systems to be precisely designed and saved in a shorter amount of time. Each insightful model made with Revit MEP speaks about a whole project/design and is saved in a solitary database file. This permits changes made in one part of the model to be consequently engendered to different parts of the model, thus improving the work process for Revit MEP users.

Major Advantages of Revit
1. Lessened field cycle time
2. Better organisation & collaboration
3. Small turn around time
4. Minimization of waste
5. Increased on-site renewable opportunities
6. Greater error detection & risk migration.
7. Improved employee productivity.

 

Introduction to Revit MEP:

  • Building Information Modeling (BIM) with Revit MEP
  • Overview of the Revit MEP Interface
  • Opening a Revit MEP Project
  • Viewing Commands

Basic Drawing and Editing Tools:

  • General drawing tools
  • Editing Revit elements
  • Basic modifying tools
  • Additional editing tools

Starting Revit MEP Projects:

  • Starting Revit projects
  • Linking Revit models
  • Copying and monitoring linked files

Setting up levels Views:

  • Duplicating views
  •  Adding callout views
  •  Setting the view display
  •  Creating elevations
  •  Creating sections
  •  Working with ceilings

Revit MEP Systems:

  • About Revit MEP Systems
  • Working with Components
  • Creating Systems – Overview
  • System Graphics
  • Connecting Components
  • Analyzing Systems

Spaces and Zones:

  • Creating spaces
  • Creating zones
  • Creating color schemes

HVAC Systems:

  •  About HVAC systems
  • Adding terminals and mechanical equipment
  • Adding ductwork
  • Creating duct systems
  • Automatic ductwork layouts

Hydronic Piping Systems:

  • About hydronic piping systems
  • Adding mechanical equipment
  • Drawing piping
  • Creating hydronic systems
  • Automatic piping layouts
  •  Analyzing piping systems
  •  Fire protection systems

Plumbing Systems:

  • About plumbing systems
  • Adding plumbing fixtures
  • Drawing piping for plumbing systems
  • Working with plumbing systems

Electrical Systems:

  • About electrical systems
  •  Placing electrical components
  • Creating electrical circuits
  • Cable trays and conduit
  • Electrical panel schedules

Construction Documents:

  • Setting up sheets
  • Placing and modifying views on sheets
  • Printing sheets

Annotating Construction Documents:

  • Working with dimensions
  • Working with text
  • Adding detail lines and symbols

Creating legends Tags and Schedules:

  • Adding tags
  • Working with schedules
  • Creating schedules

Detailing in Revit MEP:

  • Setting up detail views
  • Creating details
  • Annotating details
  • Patterning
  • Creating Revit Family
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