Learn the basics of MEP design in Revit 2018. 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).
- [Eric] Hi, I'm Eric Wing, and welcome to Revit MEP Essential Training. In this course, we'll look at how to link other trade's 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. We'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. Let's get started with Revit MEP Essential Training.
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.
- Electrical features
- Mechanical features
- Plumbing features
- Fire protection features
- Adopting Revit into your workflow
- Creating detailed views
- Creating sheets
- Controlling revisions
- MEP fabrication parts
Skill Level Beginner
Revit: Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshootingwith Paul F. Aubin16h 16m Appropriate for all
1. Starting a Revit Project
2. Revit Electrical
3. Revit Mechanical
4. Revit Plumbing
5. Revit Fire Protection
6. Revit Worlkflow
7. MEP Fabrication Parts
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