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Taught from a real-world perspective, this course follows the design process and provides exercises that reflect realistic examples. This course teaches MEP engineers how Revit MEP works, why the tools work the way they do, and how they can help the engineer in daily work. Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Revit MEP.Description
In this course, the engineer and designer are introduced to the fundamental items they need to understand Revit MEP. Beginning with the rules, the interface and explanations of design and process workflow, the course moves into where the project begins - with exercises on setting up a project in the most efficient fashion possible. A section on how to analyze the building model follows the project setup. Breaking the project up into workable pieces known as worksets completes the first section of the training.Subsequent chapters include explanations and exercises for creating HVAC, electrical, plumbing, process piping and fire protection systems within the project. After reviewing these items, the user is moved back into the common portions of the program, including running interference detection tools, coordination with other disciplines, annotating views and completing schedules.Prerequisites
An understanding of building systems (HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing systems)terminology is an asset.Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.Revit MEP User InterfaceRevit MEP—Project FundamentalsThe Rules for Revit MEPWhat is BIM—Elements ExplainedDesign and Project WorkflowProject Template SettingsProject Set UpWorksetsPrinting/CollaborationAnalyzing the ModelMechanical EssentialsAdding and Modifying EquipmentDefining the System RelationshipCreating Connection GeometryElectrical EssentialsAdding and Modifying Devices, Fixtures and EquipmentFixtures, and EquipmentDefining the System RelationshipCreating Connection GeometryPlumbing/Piping/Fire Protection EssentialsAdding and Modifying Fixtures and EquipmentDefining the System RelationshipPlumbing SystemsCreating Connection GeometryCoordinating the ModelInterference CheckCoordination ReviewAnnotating the ModelAdding TagsText and DimensionsAdding and Editing SchedulesDefining Additional Views with CalloutsPlacing Views on SheetsValidate your product knowledge by gettingAutodesk Certifiedwhen you take a certification exam.
*If you have 4 or more students for this course and/or want to have the class held at your location, refer to Custom & On-Site Training. Published class dates are subject to change as circumstances warrant, call for confirmation of all class dates. Cancellations must be made within 10 working days of the scheduled course to qualify for a refund. “No-shows” or late cancellations will forfeit all tuition and fees. D|C|CADD reserves the right to reschedule or cancel scheduled courses, whereupon all fees will be refunded or applied to training at a later date. D|C|CADD is liable for course fees only.
Student Enrollment 1,320.00