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Individuals willing to use Revit MEP as a building information modeling system (BIM).

Autodesk Revit MEP 2010 Essentials
Exam # Duration Language Level Type Classroom Code Fees
-- 24 English Professional Course Classroom Cs161 0 LE
Description :

Today's demanding business environment is driving toward greater efficiency and integration in building industry supply chains. Owners are demanding better built buildings for less money in less time. The success of BIM for building design is redefining clients' expectations of their MEP consultants. Similar to BIM for building and structural design, BIM for MEP is a design and documentation methodology characterized by the creation and use of coordinated, internally consistent computable information about a building's MEP system in design and construction. Revit MEP is the building information modeling design and documentation software for MEP engineering. It's an intuitive design tool that works the way engineers think. This course provides the necessary essentials for using Autodesk Revit MEP.

Objectives :
  • Import the architectural floor plan in either a 2D (DWG) or a 3D (RVT) format.
  • Add basic MEP elements, such as duct, fixtures, and piping.
  • Add more detailed modeling elements, such as mechanical equipment, electrical panels, and plumbing fixtures.
  • Analyze systems and refine MEP elements.
  • Create schedules, views, and sheets to document the project.
  • Create detail views, annotations, and tags.

Topics :

Understanding the Basics

  • Understanding the Concepts
  • Using the Revit MEP User Interface
  • Parts of the Revit Interface
  • Modifying the View
  • Performing Common Tasks

Getting Started with MEP Projects

  • Creating an MEP Project
  • Linking Projects
  • Creating and Applying a View Template
  • Modifying System Settings
  • Modifying General System Options
  • Specifying File Locations
  • Specifying Spelling Options
  • Modifying Snap Settings

Planning Mechanical Systems

  • Preparing Spaces
  • Placing Spaces
  • Placing a Space in an Open Area
  • Placing a Multi-Level Space
  • Viewing Zones in the System Browser
  • Creating Zones on a Single Level
  • Creating Zones on Multiple Levels
  • Working with the Analytical Model
  • Analyzing Heating and Cooling Loads
  • Creating a Zone Color Scheme
  • Creating an Airflow Schedule

Designing Mechanical Air Systems

  • Placing Hosted Air Terminals
  • Placing Non-Hosted Air Terminals Creating Secondary Supply Air Systems
  • Creating Ductwork for Secondary Supply Air Systems
  • Manually Creating Ductwork

Designing a Mechanical Piping System

  • Adding Mechanical Equipment
  • Creating a Piping System
  • Adding Pipe Using Auto Layout
  • Adding Pipe Using Manual Layout
  • Adding Valves
  • Sizing Pipe
  • Inspecting the System
  • Checking Piping Systems

Planning an Electrical System

  • Specifying Electrical Settings
  • Defining Required Lighting
  • Creating Color Fills and Schedules

Designing an Electrical System

  • Adding Lighting Fixtures Using Schedules and Color Fills
  • Modifying the IES Data of Lighting Fixtures
  • Placing Switches, Junction Boxes, and Receptacles
  • Creating Lighting Circuits with Wire
  • Creating Lighting Circuits without Wire
  • Creating a Switch System
  • Creating Power Loads
  • Balancing Wire Size and Breaker Service
  • Creating a Panel Schedule
  • Checking Your Design

Planning a Plumbing System

  • Configuring a Plumbing and Piping System

Designing a Plumbing System

  • Adding Sanitary Plumbing Fixtures
  • Creating a Sanitary System
  • Adding Sinks to the Sanitary System
  • Refining the Sanitary Stack
  • Creating the Cold Water System
  • Creating the Hot Water System

Planning a Fire Protection System

  • Specifying Pipe Settings
  • Determining Zone Requirements
  • Creating a Sprinkler Design Schedule

Designing a Fire Protection System

  • Adding Sprinklers
  • Creating a Piping System
  • Completing the Fire Protection Wet System
  • Adding Vertical Supply Piping
  • Modifying Pipe Diameters

Creating Documentation Views

  • Duplicating Plan Views
  • Creating Dependent Views
  • Creating a Plumbing Isometric Riser
  • Creating Callout Views

Working with Annotations and Dimensions

  • Creating Annotations
  • Creating Dimensions
  • Creating a Legend


  • Creating a Model-Based Electrical Riser Diagram Detail
  • Creating Detail Wiring
  • Creating a Model-Based Isometric Detail
  • Drafting Detail Components

Recommended Knowledge :

No previous CAD experience is necessary. However, before attending this course, trainees should have a working knowledge of MEP engineering principles, as well as familiarity with the Windows XP interface or later versions.

Recommended Course(s) :

Windows 7 Core

Training Materials :

We recommend Autodesk Revit MEP tutorial freely available on Autodesk website.

Labs :

This course includes several labs to ensure you will gain the targeted skills and experience.

Credential :
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