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Autodesk Revit® MEP

Industry: Construction

Course length: 5 days

Prerequisites :

No AutoCAD® experience is required. A basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows environment is recommended.

Topics covered :

DAY 1

  • Revit MEP Basics
    • Exploring the user interface
    • Working with elements and Revit families
  • Model display
    • Exploring the views
    • Controlling the objects visibility
    • Working with the sections and elevations
    • Working with 3D views
  • Views
    • Sections and elevations
    • View properties
    • Duplicated views
    • Plan regions
    • 3D views
    • Callout views
    • Detail development
    • Drafting views for 2D drawings and details
  • Starting a new project
    • Setting a project
    • Creating a view template from existing views
    • Setting the parameters for different disciplines
    • Importing the DWG ™ details
    • Linking a Revit model
    • Coordination Review
  • Working with architects and engineers
    • Running an interference check between Revit models
    • Linked files from multiple disciplines

DAY 2

  • Drawing and Details
    • Creating a callout view
    • Working with detail views
    • Working with drafting views
  • Annotations and schedules
    • Adding "tags"
    • Adding dimensions, symbols and text
    • Creating legends
    • Working with annexes
  • Documentation for construction
    • Creating titleblocks
    • Printing sheets
  • Volume definition
    • Creating a BIM (Builind Informations Modeling) model from a DWG 2D file
    • Dsiplaying volumes
    • Creating zones
    • Exporting model into another software for analysis
  • Calculating the heating and cooling loads
    • Defining information (BIM) regarding heating and cooling (orientation, etc.)
    • Calculating heating and cooling loads
    • Checking heat loads calculations
    • Identifying issues in thermal analysis

DAY 3

  • Ventilation systems
    • Placing terminal units (diffusers, grilles, end of stroke units, etc.)
    • Modifying terminal units specifications
    • Placing fans (VAV units, AH units, etc.)
    • Modifying fan specifications
    • Manual creation of a ventilation network
    • Automatic creation of a ventilation network
    • Using the "Check Duct Systems" tool
    • Resolving the issues in ventilation networks
    • Using the "Duct/Pipe Sizing" tool
  • Ventilation cedules as a work tool
    • Schedule "Delta CFM or L/S"
    • Schedule "Delta BTU or W"
  • Air flow legend with colors and report as a tool work
    • Legend by air flow
    • Report by loss of pressure

DAY 4

  • Piping systems
    • Placing plumbing fixtures
    • Modifying plumbing fixtures specifications
    • Creating a sanitary system
    • Manual creation of a plumbing network
    • Automatic creation of a plumbing network
    • Sizing a sanitary network
  • Piping systems types
    • Creating piping systems types (mixed water, natural gas, etc.)
  • Graphical filters as a work tool
    • Filter by pipe/accessory diameter
    • Filter by system type
  • Schedules
    • Schedule quantity of elbows, tees and Y.

DAY 5

  • Electrical systems
    • Creating electrical receptacles
    • Creating specialized electrical receptacles
    • Creating lighting fixtures
    • Creating switches
    • Creating electrical panels
    • Adding electrical equipment "tags"
    • Creating electrical circuits
    • Automatic creation of electrical wiring
    • Manual creation of electrical wiring
    • Creating the electrical panels schedules
  • Various wiring systems (Telecom, Cable, Data Network)
    • Creating a telephone network
    • Creating a television network by cable
    • Creating a data network
  • Graphical filters as a work tool
    • Isolating the circuits categories
  • Schedules
    • Estimating electrical equipments
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