Autodesk Revit MEP Training

Autodesk Revit MEP Training

 

Autodesk Revit MEP 2020 course provides perfectly paced coverage of all core concepts and functionality, with tips, tricks, and hands-on exercises that help you optimize productivity. Coverage includes project setup, work sharing,

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Autodesk Revit MEP Training Course


Autodesk Revit MEP 2020 course provides perfectly paced coverage of all core concepts and functionality, with tips, tricks, and hands-on exercises that help you optimize productivity. Coverage includes project setup, work sharing, building loads, ductwork, electrical and plumbing, and much more. Generate schedules that show quantities, materials, design dependencies, and more. Evaluate building loads, and design logical air, water, and fire protection systems. Create comprehensive electrical and plumbing plans tailored to the project.
Model your design with custom parameters, symbols, fixtures, devices, and more. If you're ready to get on board this emerging design, collaboration, and documentation paradigm, mastering this is the one-stop course you need.

Course Curriculum


Audience

The Autodesk Revit Architecture Training Course Can Be Taken By:

  • Anyone who wishes to learn Revit Architecture

  • Architects/Architecture professionals

  • Project Managers

  • Engineers/Engineering students

  • Interior Designers

  • Contractors

Eligibility Criteria

There Is No Formal Eligibility Criterion To Take Up This Course. However, Students With A Working Knowledge Of Drafting, Architectural Design, And Other Engineering Exposure Would Promote A Better Learning Experience.

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Course Outline


 Exploring the User Interface

Understanding View Filters
Creating View Filters
Discipline Example: Filter for Wire Types
Visibility Settings Shortcut: View Templates

Understanding Central Files
Creating a Central File s
Creating a New Workset
Working with Local Files
Creating a Local File
Synchronizing a Local File with the Central File
Managing and Using the Power of Worksets
Taking Ownership of Worksets
Working with Model Elements and Their Worksets
Controlling Visibility and Worksets
Enhancing Communication
Using Revit Server

Preparing Your Files for Sharing
Working with Linked Revit Files
Linking Revit Files
Using Shared Coordinates
Managing Revit Links
Controlling Visibility of Revit Links
Coordinating Elements within Shared Models
Monitoring Elements
Responding to Change Alerts
Reconciling Hosting
Maintaining Project Coordination
Working with Files from Other Applications
Linking CAD Files
Exporting Your Revit File to a CAD Format
Linking IFC Files
Using Image Files in a Revit Project
Setting Options for Quality Control
Using Cloud-based Solutions

2D Data Types
MicroStation 2D DGN
DXF
2D Data for Standard Details
2D Data for Plans, Sections, and Elevations
3D Data Types
Revit Project File
Project Phasing and Design Options
Revit Family File
ADSK
IFC
AutoCAD DWG
DWGs from Verticals
SketchUp
Other File Formats
Point Clouds

Understanding Parameter Basics
Choosing the Correct Parameter
Naming Parameters
Using Type Parameters
Using Instance Parameters
Setting Parameter Discipline, Type, and Grouping
Using Parameters in Families
Dimensional Parameters Lock Function
Parameter Types
Type Catalogs
Formulas
System Parameters
Lookup Tables
Using Shared Parameters
Using Parameters in Projects
Project Parameters
Parameters in Schedules
Creating and Using Parameters in Families and Schedules
View and Sheet Parameters
Working with Formulas
Sample Conditional Statements
Rounding

Defining Schedules
The Fields Tab
The Filter Tab
The Sorting/Grouping Tab
The Formatting Tab
The Appearance Tab
Editing a Schedule
Scheduling Component and System Family Data
Mechanical Equipment Schedules
Lighting Fixture Schedules
System Family Schedules
Model Component Schedules
Using Schedules for Design and Analysis
Schedule Keys
Panel Schedules
Using Schedules for Project Management t
Sheet List
View List
Note Block

Modeling Spaces for Building Load Analysis
Creating Spaces
Placing Spaces
Creating a Space Properties Schedule
Modifying Space Properties
Creating Zones
Setting Building Construction Options
Performing Heating and Cooling Load Analysis
Load Analysis
Weather Data
Outdoor Air Infiltration
Sliver Spaces
Details
Heating and Cooling Loads Report
Performing Conceptual Energy Analysis on Your Building
Setting Up the Model
Keeping It Simple
Performing Energy Simulation
Analyzing Duct and Pipe System Pressure
Exporting gbXML Data to Load-simulating Software

Why Are Systems Important?
Managing Systems
System Browser
Mechanical Settings
Setting Up Duct Systems
Understanding Duct Connectors
Creating Mechanical Systems
Setting Up Piping Systems
Understanding Piping Connectors
Creating Piping Systems
Creating Fire-protection Systems
Setting Display Properties of Systems
Understanding Child and Parent Relationships in Revit Systems

Air Distribution Components
Mechanical Equipment Components
Air-Conditioning/Handling Units
VAV Boxes
Heating and Cooling Elements
Ductwork
Duct Types and Routing
Creating New Duct Types
Using Automatic Duct Routing
Using Manual Duct Routing
Adjusting Fittings and Extending the Design
Duct Sizing
Choosing a Duct Sizing Method
Using the Duct Routing Tools

Mechanical Pipe Settings
Creating Piping Systems
Creating Pipe Types
Defining Fitting Angles
Selecting Fittings for Routing Preferences
Choosing Pipe Materials and Sizes
Adjusting the Pipe Sizing Table
Using the Fluids Table
Pipe Routing Options
Automatic Pipe Routing
Manual Pipe Routing
Pipe Fittings
Using Pipe Fitting Controls
Placing Valves
Adding Piping Insulation

Efficient Lighting Design
Spaces and Lighting
The Reflected Ceiling Plan
Lighting Worksets
Lighting Analysis
Hosting Options for Lighting Fixtures and Devices
Lighting Fixtures in a Ceiling
Lighting Fixtures in Sloped Ceilings
Ceiling Changes
Overhead Fixtures in Spaces with No Ceiling
Wall-mounted Lights
Switches
Site Lighting
The Site Plan
Site Lighting Layout
Site Lighting Analysis

Modeling Methods for Power and Systems Devices
Using Annotation Symbols
Using Face-hosted Families
Avoiding Interference of Symbols
Creating Circuits
Placing Devices and Equipment Connections
Disconnect Switches
Distribution Equipment and Transformers
Switchboards
Panels
Other Equipment
Creating Power Distribution Systems
Power Diagrams
Tips for Creating Power Diagrams
Creating a Fire Alarm System Model
Fire Alarm Riser Diagram
Fire Alarm Diagram Using Drafting Tools and Symbols
Modeling Conduit and Cable Tray
Defining Electrical Settings
Placing Conduit in a Model
Placing Cable Tray in a Model
Creating Family Types

Establishing Electrical Settings
Wiring Settings
Voltage Definitions
Distribution Systems
Load Calculations
Creating Circuits and Wiring for Devices and Fixtures
Editing Wiring
Editing Circuits
Drawing Wires Manually
Controlling Wire Display
Managing Circuits and Panels
Circuit Properties
Wire Properties
Panel Properties
Other Panels and Circuits
Using Schedules for Sharing Circuit Information

Configuring the Plumbing Views
Global Settings and View-specific Settings
Defining Systems Visibility Through Filters
Working with Plumbing Fixtures
Working with Architectural Linked-in Plumbing Models
Creating Custom Pipe Assemblies
Copying/Monitoring Plumbing Fixtures
Choosing Pipe Settings and Pipe Routing Options
Sloping Pipe
Annotating Invert Elevation and Slope
Using Fittings
Using Pipe Fitting Controls
Placing Valves

Understanding the Essentials of Placing Fire-Protection Equipment
Point of Connection
Fire Pump Assembly
Fire Riser Assembly
Sprinkler Heads
Creating Fire-Protection Systems
Creating a Fire-Protection Wet System
Filtering Fire-Protection Systems
Using Mechanical Joint Fittings
Routing Piping and Adjusting Settings

Solids and Voids
Extrusions
Blends
Revolves
Sweeps
Swept Blends
Joining Geometry
Voids
Reference Planes and Lines
Constraints and Dimensions
Visibility Control
In-Place Massing

Using Drafting Tools in Revit
Drawing Arcs
Using Other Drawing Tools
Creating Filled Regions
Building a Symbol Library
Generic Annotations
Subcategories
Text and Labels
Detail Components
Controlling Visibility of Lines, Regions, and Annotations
Using Visibility Parameters
Using Constraints
Using Labels and Tags
Label Format Options
Labels and Linework

Modeling MEP Equipment
Hosting Options
Family Categories
Detail Level
Geometry for Connection Points
Equipment Pads
Adding Connectors to Equipment Families
Duct Connectors
Pipe Connectors
Electrical Connectors
Multiple Connectors in Families
Creating Clearance Spaces
Adding Parameters and Constraints
Creating Loadable Families from In-Place

Understanding Types of Lighting Fixture Families
Nonhosted or Level-based Lighting Fixtures
Face-hosted Lighting Fixtures
Face-hosted Families for Wall-mounted Lights
Fixture Types Based on Dimensions
Fixture Types Based on Fixture Performance and Lighting Characteristics
Naming Conventions
Performing Lighting Analysis
Light Source Location
Light Source Definitions
Light Source Parameters
Using Fixture Families as Intelligent Objects
Using Parameters
Adding Connectors
Representing Light Fixtures on Construction Documents

Modeling Device Geometry
Category and Parameters
Geometry and Reference Planes
Using Annotations for Devices
Adding Parameters and Connectors
Using Parameters for Labels
Adding Connectors

Drafting and Detailing Tools
Line Styles
Regions
Detail Components
CAD Details
Using Drafting Views
Converting Details
Strategies for Creating a Detail Library
Inserting 2D Elements
Inserting Views
Model Detail Views
Plan Callouts
Section Callouts

Creating a Titleblock
Using Existing CAD Graphics
Using Text and Labels
Using Logos and Images
Working with Sheets in a Project
Organizing Project Browser Sheets
Placing Views on Sheets
Working with Viewports
Adding Annotations
Placing Schedules
Using Sheet Lists
Making Sheet Revisions
Printing Sheets
Exporting Sheets

Specifying Fabrication Settings
Placing Fabrication Parts
Creating a Fabrication Layout
Editing a Fabrication Layout

Understanding Templates
Determining the Number and Types of Views Needed
Setting the Number of Levels
Working with Plan Types
Creating a Working View
Choosing Display Settings for Views
Visibility Settings for Template Views
Schedule Views
Establishing Project Settings
Object Styles
Drafting Line Settings
Export Settings
Annotation Styles
Project Units
Project Phases
Defining Preloaded Content and Its Behavior 712
Annotation Families
Component Families
System Families
MEP Settings
Creating Sheet Standards
Title blocks
Defining Sheets
Understanding the Project Browser Organization
Discipline Grouping
Sorting Views within Groups
Sheet Organization

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