This course is designed for new users of Revit MEP.
No previous CAD experience is necessary. However, it is recommended that students have a working knowledge of the following:
MEP engineering principles.
Microsoft Windows XP or newer.
The primary objective of this course is to teach delegates the concepts of building information modelling and introduce the tools for parametric engineering design and documentation using Revit MEP.
This course covers the basics of building information modelling and the tools for parametric MEP systems design and documentation. Delegates will learn the fundamental features of Revit MEP, and then progress through schematic design, system analysis and construction documentation before finishing with design visualisation.
Note: We normally train on the latest version.
During the course delegates will cover:
Building Information Modelling
Revit MEP Basics
Exploring the User Interface
Working with Revit Elements and Families
Viewing the Model
Controlling Object Visibility
Working with Section and Elevation Views
Working with 3D Views
Starting a New Project
Setting Up a Project
Setting Up View Templates
Defining Discipline Settings
Importing Typical DWG™ Details
Linking a Revit Model
Coordinating Linked Projects
Building Performance Analysis
Heating and Cooling Load Calculations
Defining Heat and Cooling Information
Calculating Heating and Cooling Loads
Creating an HVAC System
Creating System Piping
Creating Plumbing Systems
Fire Protection Systems
Creating Fire Protection Systems
Creating Electrical Circuits
Working with Architects and Engineers
Running an Interference Check
Multiple Disciplines and Linked Files
Detailing and Drafting
Creating Callout Views
Working with Detail Views
Working with Drafting Views
Annotations and Schedules
Adding Dimensions, Symbols, and Text
Working with Schedules
Creating Sheets and Title Blocks