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what is autodesk revit mep

What is Autodesk Revit MEP?

Autodesk Revit MEP is a building information modeling (BIM) software created by Autodesk for professionals who

engage in MEP engineering. MEP stands for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, which are the three engineering

disciplines that Revit MEP addresses. By utilizing BIM as opposed to computer-aided drafting (CAD), Revit MEP is able

to leverage dynamic information in intelligent models — allowing complex building systems to be accurately designed

and documented in a shorter amount of time. Each intelligent model created with Revit MEP represents an entire

project and is stored in a single database file. This allows changes made in one part of the model to be automatically

propagated to other parts of the model, thus enhancing the workflow for Revit MEP users.

What are the benefits of using Revit MEP?

Individuals who currently work in or are pursuing careers in the mechanical, electrical, or plumbing engineering fields

will discover many benefits of using Revit MEP. The BIM workflow offered by Revit MEP not only maximizes

productivity but also helps to streamline your design and documentation workflows; speeding projects from design to

completion while automating updates across your model with a single design change. Autodesk Revit MEP offers many

other tools and features that can enhance productivity such as Building Performance Analysis, Autodesk 360

Integration, Construction Documentation, Pressure and Flow Calculations, Pressure Loss Reports, Parametric

Components, and much more.

How is Revit MEP used?

Autodesk Revit MEP is used by professionals across many industries to help reduce risk, develop better quality

designs, and improve project delivery. For example, a HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) manufacturing

company may use Revit MEP to develop detailed BIM-ready product models for engineering customers, which not only

saves customers from having to spend hours drawing a single piece of equipment, but also increases accuracy and

helps them deliver a more buildable product. In the case of an architectural firm, Revit MEP may be used to fast-track

the design and construction of a military community hospital; leveraging BIM to allow everyone involved in the project

to explore, visualize, and understand the outcomes of design choices from the earliest stages of the project.

Ultimately, Revit MEP is used to streamline the engineering design process using a single model to enhance the

communication of design intent before construction begins. This, in turn, helps stakeholders to make more informed

and accurate design decisions that not only reduce the time it take to complete a project but also have a significant

impact on overall building performance.

What Cad Guru will teach in Revit MEP:

Getting Started

Starting AutoCAD MEP

Understanding AutoCAD MEP Workspaces

understanding the project browser

Understanding the Project Browser

Understanding the Project Navigator

Reviewing the Project Tab of Project Navigator

Reviewing the Constructs Tab of Project Navigator

Reviewing the Views Tab and Sheets Tab of Project Navigator

Understanding XRefs and Project Files in Project Navigator

Creating Categories in Project Navigator

Adding Client Drawings as Elements with Project Navigator

Creating Constructs in Project Navigator

Modifying Constructs in Project Navigator

Adding Backgrounds to Constructs in Project Navigator

Creating Views in Project Navigator

Creating Section and Elevation Views in Project Navigator

Creating Sheets and Adding Views to Sheets in Project Navigator

Using the Repath Project Command in Project Navigator

Using Solution Tips

Using MEP Snaps

Using the MEP Compass

Understanding Display Configurations

Controlling Tab and Panel Visibility on the Ribbon

Leveraging Option Settings for MEP Users

Schematic Drawings

Understanding Schematic Drawings

Creating a Schematic View Drawing

Creating Schematic Systems

AddingSchematic Lines

Adding Schematic Symbols

Understanding Schematic Line Styles and Priorities

Designing with Space and Zone Objects

Understanding Spaces and Zones as Objects

Generating Spaces

Understanding Space Properties and Engineering Data


Exporting and Importing Space Engineering Data

Setting Space Hatching

Modifying Spaces

Adding Ceiling Grids to Spaces

Adding Holes to a Ceiling Grid

Leveraging Autodesk 360 Energy Analysis Tools with AutoCAD MEP

modeling an mep system

Modeling an MEP System

Understanding Matching the Design Process

Understanding MvParts and Connectors

Displaying a Ceiling Grid in an MEP Model

Adding HVAC Equipment

Adding Electrical Equipment and Panels

Adding Light Fixtures and Devices

Adding Piping Equipment

Adding Plumbing Fixtures

Editing MvPart Styles and Instance Properties

Using Anchors

Setting Duct Layout Preferences

Setting Duct Engineering Units

Setting HVAC System Definitions and Options

Adding Duct

Creating Duct Layout

Sizing Duct

Setting Pipe Layout Preferences

Setting Pipe Routing Preferences

Setting Piping System Definitions and Options

Adding Piping

Creating Pipe Layouts

Replacing Pipe and Duct Fittings Globally

Setting Conduit Preferences

Setting Cable Tray Preferences

Setting Electrical System Definitions and Options

Adding Conduit

Adding Cable Tray

Modifying Runs

Setting Display Control Options

Adding Labels

Setting Plumbing Line Styles and System Definitions

Adding Plumbing Lines

Adding Accessories to 2D Plumbing Lines

Adding Universal Connectors

Using a Navisworks Coordination Model

Electrical Systems

Setting Electrical Preferences

creating an electrical project database

Creating an Electrical Project Database

Using the Circuit Manager

Defining Circuits

Circuiting Devices

Adding Wiring and Home Runs

Analyzing Systems

Checking Connections

Detecting Interferences

Processing Interferences

Reviewing Electrical Circuits and Power Totals

Creating and Exporting Circuit Reports


Creating an Enlarged 3D Floor Plan View

Creating an Enlarged 2D Floor Plan View

Creating an Elevation View

Creating a Section View

Creating a Detail View

Placing a Title Mark

Editing Section and Elevation Styles

Using the Refresh and Regenerate Section Tools


Adding Tags

Adding Schedule Tables

Defining Schedule Table Groups

Adding Panel Schedules

Adding AutoCAD Annotations

Construction Documents

Creating Sheets

Adding Views to Sheets

Editing Sheets

Managing Subsets and Sheet Templates

Adding a Drawing List

Publishing Project Drawings

Transmitting and Archiving Projects

exporting to pdf documents

Exporting to PDF Documents

Creating Rendered Images

Using Revision Clouds

Project Management

Creating a New Project

Understanding Basic Project Properties

Understanding Advanced Project Properties

Leveraging Project Drawing Templates

Creating Typical Project View Drawings

Customizing Project Sheets and Titleblocks

Setting Project Template MEP Options

Organizing Sheet Set Subsets

Checking Project Standards

Comparing Project Drawings

Style Manager

Understanding Object Types and Styles

Reviewing Style Manager Tabs and Tools

Understanding System Definitions

Leveraging Layer Key Styles

Reviewing Rise Drop Styles

Reviewing Part Group Definitions

Reviewing Part Routing Preferences

Defining Electrical Device Styles

Defining Symbol Categories

Defining Electrical Load Categories

Defining Wire Styles

Understanding Fixture Unit Tables

Understanding Pipe Sizing Tables

Understanding Property Set Definitions

Defining Property Set Definitions Manually

Defining Property Set Definitions Automatically

Defining Property Set Definitions - Formula

Defining Location Property Set Definitions

Defining Property Set Definitions - Classifications

Defining Project Property Set Definitions

Defining Anchor Property Set Definitions

Defining Property Set Definitions for Graphics

Defining List Definitions within the Property Set Definitions

defining property data format styles

Defining Property Data Format Styles

Sharing Styles with Other Drawings

Understanding the Style Browser

Using the Style Browser to Load MEP Styles

Using the Style Browser to Add and Edit Objects

Display System

Understanding the Display Manager

Defining Display Configurations and Sets

Defining Object Representations

Setting Style and System-Based Display Controls

Setting Object-Based Display Controls

Setting Layers versus Layer Keys per Display Component

Defining 2D Section and Elevation Styles

Content Development

Reviewing the Catalog Libraries

Reviewing the Content Builder

Reviewing the Catalog Editor

Creating 3D Model and Plan Symbols for Block-Based Parts

Defining Multiview Parts from Blocks

Adding MEP Connectors to Multiview Parts

Adding and Editing 2D Symbol Content by Workplane

Modifying Block-Based Parts

Creating a Custom Catalog

Creating a Parametric Fitting Part

Defining the Formulas of a Parametric Fitting

Editing the Parameters and Catalogs of Parametric Fittings

Using the Parametric Part Wizard

Creating Custom Tags

Creating Custom Schedule Tables

Managing Schematic Content

Importing and Using ADSK Content

For any query on course and for training contact:

Ankit Kumar

Business Head-INDIA

Cad Guru

project@cadguru.in / 9560741728