Revit Mep 2017 Training Manual
MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) design is one of the major components of the BIM chain—and Revit is the design tool of choice for many MEP engineers. This course focuses on the MEP features of Revit 2017, the latest version of the software. It's designed for the novice user who prefers to work in metric units (meters, centimeters, etc.). The videos are broken down into trades, as follows: • Electrical • Mechanical • Plumbing • Fire protection • General MEP workflows and trade coordination You can dive into a specific trade, or take the entire course to learn about all aspects of the vast Revit MEP ecosystem. Upon completion, you'll know how to create basic floor plans, design electric circuits and lighting systems, model air intake and exhaust systems, create plumbing plans, and design fire alarm and sprinkler systems, and document your designs for construction and fabrication.
Instructor •. Eric Wing—lead blogger at BIM Nation—is a nationally recognized trainer, consultant, speaker, and author. Eric has written three books specifically related to the Revit platform: Revit Architecture 2010, Mastering Revit Structure (co-author), and Revit Structure Fundamentals. He is the international director of the Autodesk User Group Training Program (ATP), is a columnist for AUGIWorld magazine, and writes a monthly Revit column for AUGI called HotNews. Eric is a featured presenter and trainer at Autodesk University and at a variety of other events for architectural and engineering associations, including AIA and ACEC.
By: Eric Wing course • 4h 51m 29s • 12,112 viewers • Course Transcript - [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Eric Wing, and welcome to Revit MEP Essential Training. In this course, we'll look at how to link other trades models and configure our models for each MEP trade. I'll start by showing you how to set up an electrical model and create view templates.
Then I'll show you how to add components, circuits, panels, and lighting. You'll learn how to model piping, mechanical equipment, HVAC ducts, and sprinkler piping. We'll be covering all these features plus plenty of other tools and techniques. Now, let's get started with Revit MEP Essential Training. • Practice while you learn with exercise files.
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Module 1: Introduction The first Module in this Course gives an introduction & overview to this Beginners' Guide to Revit Architecture. John Deere 9640 Manual more. We look at the Course Content as well as taking a quick look at the software 1.01 Welcome to the Course!
Before we get into the detail, let's discuss summary everything that we are going to cover in this Course 1.02 What is Revit Architecture? A brief overview of Autodesk Revit Architecture and how it fits into the world of BIM. Module 2: Interface & Navigation In this Module we introduce you to the Launch Screen of Autodesk Revit. We explain the main elements of the Interface and show you how to find your way around 2.01 The Launch Screen Understand the main components of the Launch Screen. Understand all the key options of the Application Menu 2.02 The Ribbon Menu We take a look at each Menu on the Ribbon and discuss what the tools are used for 2.03 The Properties Palette Parameters are right at the heart of Revit and the Properties Palette is your primary interface with them 2.04 The Project Browser Understand how to navigate around your Project using the Project Browser. Ice Ball Manual.
Understand how to create custom Browser Orgsanisations 2.05 The Drawing Area Learn how to set up the Drawing Area to produce the most effective & efficient Work Space 2.06 2D Navigation Learn how to navigate around your 2D Views, including Pan and Zoom 2.07 3D Navigation Learn how to navigate around your 3D Views, including Pan, Zoom, Orbit and the View Cube Module 3: Key Concepts There are a small number of Key Concepts that are central to understanding & using Revit. In this Module we take a look at each of these Concepts in turn 3.01 It's all about Parameters Autodesk Revit is a Parametric Modelling Tool.
Learn how Parameters are at the heart of Revit 3.02 Instance & Type Parameters Learnt the fundamental difference between Instance & Type Parameters and how you can use each to your advantage 3.03 Model vs Detail Elements Learn the difference between the the single 3D Model and the View-specific Detail elements 3.04 Levels Learn how to add Levels to your Project. Understand the use of Levels and how they control your Model 3.05 Views and how they relate to Levels Understand the relationship between Floor & Ceiling Plan Views and their corresponding Levels 3.06 Reference Planes Learn how to create Reference Planes. Understand their use in controlling Model Geometry and as Work Planes 3.07 Drawing Aids Understand the use of Alignment Lines and Temporary Dimenisons 3.08 Structural Grids Learn how to add Structural Grids to your Project. 3.09 Projects, Templates & Families Understand the difference between a Revit Project, Template & Family Module 4: 3D Model Elements At the heart of BIM is the 3D model. In this module we look at all the primary 3D elements in turn.
Learn the basics of MEP design in Revit 2017. This course focuses on the four major trades of MEP engineering—mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection—using examples in metric units (meters and centimeters).