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Autodesk Revit MEP 2013

Modeling Systems for the Fields of Engineering and Building Design
Instructor:
VTC Software Training
27 students enrolled
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Learn and master the software AutodeskRevit MEP 2013

In the past 5 releases Revit MEP has really matured and found critical mass within the engineering and building design field. This VTC course will give you a foundation for every feature you will need to successfully model the systems of a building and release a set of construction documents. Author Damon Ranieri will first focus on the picks, clicks, and tools most often sought after as a user begins to settle into a Revit workflow. From there, he will explore some of the ìback of houseî tasks like creating templates, choosing appropriate settings, and dealing with a content library. He will show you how to set up the job before moving on to modeling the building systems. You will explore all the features and techniques needed to produce readable drawings efficiently and profitably. In short, this course will take you through the entire life of a project, allowing you to envision how youíll realistically apply Revit to your work. This title is a self-paced software training course delivered via pre-recorded video. We do not provide additional information outside of the posted content.

Program Interface

1
Introduction to BIM using Revit MEP
2
UI - Application Menu / Ribbons
3
UI - Properties Palette / View Control Bar
4
Options Dialog Box
5
Project Browser - Overview
6
Project Browser - Organization
7
System Browser - Spaces
8
System Browser - Equipment & Devices

Basic Modifying

1
Common Tools - Temporary Dimensions
2
Common Tools - Modify Commands
3
Family Editor Environment - Overview
4
Introduction to Parameters

Template Creation

1
General Settings Overview
2
Create a Template - Step by Step
3
Loading Components

Project Setup - Design Development

1
Using Copy / Monitor - Levels & Grids
2
Using Copy / Monitor - Model Elements
3
Placing Space
4
Basic Equipment Schedules
5
Creating a Sheet Index
6
Enable Worksharing
7
Shared Coordinates

Project Setup - Documentation

1
Exploring Views and Visibility Graphics
2
Visibility from Linked Models
3
Understanding and Using View Templates
4
Phase Graphics
5
Creating and Using Scope Boxes
6
Creating Dependant Views
7
Creating Matchlines and View References
8
Annotations and Dimensions
9
Techniques for Tagging Objects
10
Detail Views - Callouts to Model Views
11
Detail Views - Callouts to Drafting Views
12
Creating Sheets and Sheet Sets

Mechanical Design - Air Side

1
Mechanical Settings - Air Side
2
Placing Zones
3
Air System Connector Basics
4
Duct Connectors
5
Duct and Duct System Families
6
Graphic Display of Duct Systems
7
Modeling Ductwork Basics
8
Generate Layout Feature for Ductwork
9
Adjusting Ductwork Justification
10
Primary Air System Layout
11
Techniques for Modifying Ductwork
12
Secondary Air System Layout

Modeling Piping

1
Mechanical Settings - Piping
2
Pipe System Connector Basics
3
Pipe Connectors
4
Pipe and Pipe System Families
5
Graphic Display of Pipe Systems
6
Placing Equipment and Fixtures
7
Modeling Piping Basics
8
Generate Layout Feature for Piping
9
Adjusting Piping Justification
10
Modeling Sloped Piping
11
Techniques for Modifying Piping
12
Controlling Visibility - View Filters

Power Distribution Systems

1
Electrical Settings
2
Power & Device Connectors
3
Placing Power Distribution Equipment
4
Placing End of Line Devices
5
Rehosting Face-Based Devices
6
Circuiting a System
7
Circuiting a Transformer
8
Modifying Circuiting
9
Panelboard Schedules
10
Balancing the Panel
11
Modifying Panelboard Schedules
12
Adding Wiring Annotation
13
Modifying Circuit Tags
14
Conduit and Conduit System Families
15
Types of Conduit Connectors
16
Modeling Conduit Basics
17
Cable Tray & Cable Tray System Families
18
Modeling Cable Tray Basics
19
Lighting Design Basics
20
Luminaire Schedules
21
Lighting Power Density
22
Switch System Basics
23
Color Legends for Lighting Levels
24
Modeling Low Voltage Systems Basics

Project Delivery

1
Creating & Saving a Local Copy
2
Working with a Central File
3
Model Maintenance
4
Dealing with a Corrupt Central Model
5
Restoring a Backup
6
One Way of Showing Work as "Future"
7
Copying Model Elements to Clipboard
8
Working with Model Groups
9
Using Detail Groups
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