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Course Summary


    LearnersPoint is an Autodesk Authorized training centre. Our Auto CAD 2d 3d, Revit Architecture / MEP, 3D studio Max certification and Navis Works courses meet stringent quality standards and you can also benefit from our time tested delivery methods. 

    The LearnersPoint's Revit MEP Training course introduces the students to BIM software (Building Information Modeling) and also the necessary tools for parametric MEP design and end -to-end documentation.

    The training course is intended to introduce participants to the software’s user interface and the basic HVAC, electrical, and piping/plumbing components that make the Autodesk Revit software a powerful and flexible engineering modeling tool. The training course will also familiarize students with the tools necessary to create, document, and print the parametric model. The examples and practices are designed to take the students through the basics of a full MEP project from linking in an architectural model to construction documents.
    Students will learn the essential features of Revit MEP, and easily scale-up to system analysis, schematic design along with construction documentation prior to design visualization.
    The Trainer
    Trainer is UK Qualified BIM Specialist and a Simulation Design Engineer.

Course Contents

    • Working with the Autodesk Revit software’s basic viewing, drawing, and editing commands.
    • Inserting and connecting MEP components and using the System Browser.
    • Working with linked architectural files.
    • Creating spaces and zones so that you can analyze heating and cooling loads.
    • Creating HVAC networks with air terminals, mechanical equipment, ducts, and pipes.
    • Creating plumbing networks with plumbing fixtures and pipes.
    • Creating electrical circuits with electrical equipment, devices and lighting fixtures and adding cable trays and conduits.
    • Creating HVAC and plumbing systems with automatic duct and piping layouts.
    • Testing duct, piping and electrical systems.
    • Creating and annotating construction documents.
    • Adding tags and creating schedules.
    • Detailing in the Autodesk Revit software.

    Topics Covered:

    1: Introduction to BIM and Autodesk Revit
    1.1 BIM and Autodesk Revit
    1.2 Overview of the Interface
    1.3 Starting Projects
    1.4 Viewing Commands

    2: Basic Drawing and Modify Tools
    2.1 Using General Drawing Tools
    2.2 Inserting Components
    2.3 Selecting and Editing Elements
    2.4 Working with Basic Modify Tools

    3: Basic Systems Tools
    3.1 Connecting Components
    3.2 Working with Additional Modify Tools
    3.3 Creating Systems – Overview

    4: Starting Systems Projects
    4.1 Linking in Revit Models
    4.2 Setting Up Levels
    4.3 Copying and Monitoring Elements
    4.4 Batch Copying Fixtures
    4.5 Coordinating Linked Models

    5: Working with Views
    5.1 Setting the View Display
    5.2 Duplicating Views
    5.3 Adding Callout Views
    5.4 Creating Elevations and Sections

    6: Spaces and Zones
    6.1 Preparing a Model for Spaces
    6.2 Adding Spaces

    6.3 Working with Spaces
    6.4 Creating Zones
    6.5 Creating Color Schemes

    7: Energy Analysis
    7.1 Preparing a Project for Energy Analysis
    7.2 Analyzing the Heating and Cooling Loads
    7.3 Exporting for Secondary Analysis

    8: HVAC Networks
    8.1 Adding Mechanical Equipment and Air Terminals
    8.2 Adding Ducts and Pipes
    8.3 Modifying Ducts and Pipes

    9: Plumbing Networks
    9.1 Adding Plumbing Fixtures and Equipment
    9.2 Adding Plumbing Pipes
    9.3 Modifying Plumbing Pipes
    9.4 Adding Fire Protection Networks

    10: Advanced Systems for HVAC and Plumbing
    10.1 Creating and Modifying Systems
    10.2 Creating Automatic Layouts
    10.3 Testing Systems

    11: Electrical Systems
    11.1 About Electrical Systems
    11.2 Placing Electrical Components
    11.3 Creating Electrical Circuits
    11.4 Setting up Panel Schedules
    11.5 Adding Cable Trays and Conduit
    11.6 Testing Electrical Layouts

    12: Creating Construction Documents
    12.1 Setting Up Sheets
    12.2 Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
    12.3 Printing Sheets

    13: Annotating Construction Documents
    13.1 Adding Dimensions
    13.2 Working With Text
    13.3 Drawing Detail Lines and Symbols
    13.4 Creating Legends

    14: Adding Tags and Schedules
    14.1 Adding Tags
    14.2 Working with Schedules

    15: Creating Details
    15.1 Setting Up Detail Views
    15.2 Adding Detail Components
    15.3 Annotating Details

    Introduction to Work sets

    Additional Tools
    1. Importing CAD Files
    2. Loading from Autodesk Seek
    3. Custom Piping
    4. Work with System Graphics
    5. Pressure Loss Reports
    6. Working with Guide Grids on Sheets
    7. Revision Tracking
    8. Annotating Dependent Views
    9. Importing and Exporting Schedules
    10. Creating Building Component Schedules

    Course Outcome

    • You will learn developing high quality, precise architectural designs; practice tools exclusively made to support (BIM) Building Information Modeling workflows.
    • You will learn to capture and analysing concepts and maintaining your design and construction documentation.
    • You will learn to build element energy analysis; use the API for pipe/duct calculations; conduct static analysis from the cloud; create/manage the structural analytical model; automatically update your model with analysis results, and improve BIM-based building performance workflows.
    • You will know how to scan Revit model for collisions between elements; work with multiple users and save their work to a central file; collaborate on shared models across a WAN; streamline data management, and work from remote locations using a local server.

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