Revit MEP Master Course

300.00

Revit MEP supports BIM is used by mechanical, plumbers and electrical engineers to design the most complex building systems. Our Revit MEP Master Course will be divided into 2 different stages

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Revit MEP supports BIM is used by mechanical, plumbers and electrical engineers to design the most complex building systems. Our Revit MEP Master Course will be divided into 2 different stages, as follows:

Stage 1: Our Revit MEP Essentials will provide you with a thorough grounding on Revit MEP. On completion of stage 1 you will be able to use Revit’s tools for designing heating, cooling and piping systems.

Stage 2: Will teach you how to use Revit’s advanced features and tools used by mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers as part of the design, analysis and documentation of building systems projects.

Stage 1: Revit MEP Essentials

During the section of this course, students will have the opportunity to learn the basics of Revit MEP and the tools for designing heating, cooling, and piping systems. Students will also learn the basics of BIM technology.

  • Introduction to BIM
  • Exploring the user interface
  • Working with Revit elements and families
  • Working with views
  • Controlling object visibility
  • Working with elevation and section views
  • Working with 3D views
  • Setting up a new project
  • Setting up view templates
  • Defining discipline settings
  • Importing typical DWG details
  • Linking a Revit model
  • Coordinating linked projects
  • Adding and modifying levels
  • Working with 3D views
  • Creating and modifying grids
  • Linking architectural projects
  • Copying and monitoring elements
  • Setting up and modifying levels
  • About MEP systems
  • Creating systems – overview
  • Connecting components
  • Creating spaces
  • Creating zones and colour schemes
  • Preparing a project for energy analysis
  • Analysing the heating and cooling loads
  • Exporting for secondary analysis
  • About piping systems
  • Creating piping systems
  • About HVAC Systems
  • Adding air terminals and mechanical equipment
  • Adding duct work
  • Creating and modifying duct systems
  • Automatic duct work layouts
  • About Electrical Systems
  • Placing electrical components
  • Creating electrical circuits
  • Cable trays and conduit
  • Electrical panel schedules
  • Adding detail lines and symbols
  • Adding tags
  • Creating schedules
  • Modifying schedules