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Autodesk Revit MEP

Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 Course

5 Day Instructor Led Course - 35 Contact Hours
Upcoming Schedules for ITIL Capability OSA: View all ITIL Services Management Schedules
Dubai 17/Feb/2018 10:00 AM – 6 PM Saturday to Tuesday Enquire Now
Dubai 20/May/2018 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM Sunday to wenesday Enquire Now

Our Unique Guarantees

Free Trail Guarantee

We invite all our trainees to attend the first two sessions for FREE to evaluate our quality standers, this applies only to our public schedule courses.

Free Repeat Guarantee

For any public schedule courses attended, the course or any part of it can be repeated absolutely free of charge, provided space and course availability in our public schedule.

Course Overview

This particular course provides perfectly paced coverage of all important concepts and functionality, with tips, tricks, and hands-on practice activities that help optimize productivity. The course covers project setup, work sharing, building loads, ductwork, electrical and plumbing, and much more.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able:

  • to generate schedules that show quantities, materials, design dependencies, and more.
  • to evaluate building loads, and design logical air, water, and fire protection systems.
  • to create comprehensive electrical and plumbing plans tailored to the project.
  • to model their design with custom parameters, symbols, fixtures, devices, and more.

Prerequisites

  • Students must have experience and knowledge in AutoCAD, MEP design and its terminology.

Course Content

Part 1 • General Project Setup

  • Chapter 1 • Exploring the User Interface
  • Chapter 2 • View Filters and View Templates
  • Chapter 3 • Worksets and Worksharing
  • Chapter 4 • Project Collaboration
  • Chapter 5 • Multiplatform Interoperability: Working with 2D and 3D Data
  • Chapter 6 • Parameters
  • Chapter 7 • Schedules

Part 2 • Mechanical Design 213

  • Chapter 8 • HVAC Cooling and Heating Load Analysis
  • Chapter 9 • Creating Logical Systems
  • Chapter 10 • Mechanical Systems and Ductwork
  • Chapter 11 • Mechanical Piping

Part 4 • Plumbing

  • Chapter 15 • Plumbing (Domestic, Sanitary, and Other)
  • Chapter 16 • Fire Protection

Part 5 • Managing Content

  • Chapter 17 • Solid Modeling
  • Chapter 18 • Creating Symbols and Annotations
  • Chapter 19 • Creating Equipment
  • Chapter 22 • Details
  • Chapter 23 • Sheets
  • Chapter 24 • Fabrication
  • Chapter 25 • Creating a Project Template