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REVIT MEP Software Training in Qatar

img Revit provides mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers with tools to design even the most complex building systems. Revit is a world leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, which helps drive more accurate design, analysis, and documentation of efficient building systems from concept through construction. Using Revit MEP you can create even the most complex building systems more accurately and efficiently with tools designed specially for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers.

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

Understand how to initiate a BIM project, including:
Setup project information / energy analysis settings & parameters.
Develop intelligent spaces and zones using industry best practices.
Define Space & Zone Energy Analysis data for load densities, service types, and conditions and constructions.
Understand how to leverage an analytical model to perform heating & cooling loads analysis with reporting.
Create sun path simulations to analyze the sun’s impact on a model.
Create Color Fills / Legends.
Create Loads/Balancing/Airflow Design schedules.
Define mechanical systems, including:
Locating, placement and modification of air terminals.
Create Logical System Connections for supply, return, exhaust, hydronic supply and return, sanitary, and others.
Operate and define Revit’s systems browser to user specifications.
Specify mechanical duct and mechanical pipe settings.
Design duct systems using industry best practices.
Design piping systems using industry best practices
This course is mainly intended for MEP Engineers or MEP Draftsmen who are new to the concept of BIM (Building Information Modeling) in general and Revit MEP in particular. Other professionals who have some basic modeling understanding may also attend if they wish to firmly grasp the essential concepts of Revit MEP.

Linking Discipline Models
Using the System Browser
Using the Project Browser
Creating and Modifying Levels
Controlling Datum Visibility
Using Scope Boxes
Creating and Tagging Spaces
Placing Space Separators
Creating Color Schemes for Lighting Averages
Creating Legends
Creating HVAC Zones
Setting and Showing the Active Work Plane
Creating Reference Planes
Modeling Accurately with Length and Angle
Working with Object Snaps and Snap Increments
Modify Ribbon Tools
Using Visualization Aids When Working in 3D Views
Tagging MEP Elements
Coordinating Between Mechanical and Electrical Disciplines
Interference Check
Interference Check Documentation

HVAC Airside
Adding Mechanical Equipment
Placing Air Terminals
Placing Air Terminals on Ducts
Creating Duct Systems
Splitting Duct Systems
Duct Settings
Modeling Ductwork
Placing Duct Placeholders
Defining Duct Routing Preferences
Generating Duct Layouts
Sizing Ductwork
Adding Duct Accessories
Modifying Ductwork and Fittings
Adding Duct Insulation
Checking Duct Systems
Analyzing Duct Systems and Pressure Loss Reports
Understanding HVAC Airside Scheduling
Understanding HVAC Airside Tags

General Piping
Pipe Settings
Modeling Piping
Placing Pipe Placeholders
Defining Pipe Routing Preferences
Adding Pipe Accessories
Modifying Piping and Fittings
Adding Pipe Insulation
Creating Parallel Pipes
Modeling Sloped Pipe

HVAC Piping
Creating Piping Systems
Generating Pipe Layouts
Sizing Pipe
Analyzing Piping Systems
Creating Pipe Pressure Loss Reports
Understanding HVAC Piping Tags

Adding Plumbing Fixtures
Using Copy and Monitor for Plumbing Fixtures
Placing Pipe Connectors
Creating Plumbing Piping Systems
Splitting Piping Systems
Creating Piping System Types
Working with Piping Components
Laying Out Plumbing Systems
Creating Risers and Underfloor Views
Understanding Plumbing Scheduling
Understanding Plumbing Tags

Electrical Settings
Specifying Demand Factors and Load Classifications
Cable Tray and Conduit Settings
Voltage Definitions
Distribution Systems
Assigning Secondary Systems
Wire Types and Sizes
Modeling Cable Trays
Modeling Conduit
Creating Parallel Conduits
Adding Electrical Devices
Annotation Symbols
Applying Panel Schedule Template
Mounting Heights Parameter
Electrical Label Parameters
Fire Alarm Devices
Grounding Symbols
Settings for Grounding Wire

Reference Planes and Levels
Placing Electrical Fixtures
Creating and Naming Circuits
Wiring Settings
Wiring Circuits
Checking Circuits
Circuit and Pole Breakers
Creating Power Circuits
Creating Lighting Circuits
Creating Switch Systems
Annotation – Tagging
Wire Placement
Panel Naming
Creating Panel Schedules
Editing Panel Schedule Template Options

Lighting Fixtures and Photometric Data
Placing Lighting Fixtures – Reference Planes
Placing Unhosted Lighting Fixtures
Emergency Lighting Fixtures
Luminaire Schedules
Mounting Parameters
Using Copy and Monitor for Lighting Fixtures
Adding Lighting Switches
Creating a Switch System
Powering Lighting Systems
Analyzing Lighting Systems
Rendering Views to Analyze Lighting
Managing Lighting with Groups
Understanding Lighting Scheduling
Lighting Tags

Cable Trays, Conduit and Busway
Placing Cable Tray or Conduit
Placing Conduit Underground
Selecting Types
Adding/Changing Fittings
Routing Methods
Changing Justifications
Avoiding Obstacles
Creating Service Type Filters
Spot Elevations for Bottom of Cable Tray
Annotation – Tagging
Creating Parallel Conduit Runs

Views and Sheets
Plan Views
Reflected Ceiling Plan Views
Creating Section Views
Segmenting Section Views
Creating Callout Views
Sketching a Callout View
Creating Drafting Views
Setting Up Detail Views
Importing Details
Creating a Reference View
Duplicating Views
Creating Matchlines and View References
Creating and Using Sheets
Working with Viewports on Sheets
Aligning Views on Sheets
Using a Sheet List
Creating Custom Titleblocks
Creating a Key Plan
Creating Revision Clouds and Tags
Managing Sheet Issues and Revisions
Adding a Revision Schedule to a Titleblock

Printing and Publishing
Printing and Managing Print Settings
Printing to PDF
Publishing Files to Buzzsaw

Managing Your Projects
Managing Project Information
Specifying a Project Location and Weather
Understanding Coordinate Systems
Relocating a Project
Rotating True North and Project North
Mirroring a Project
Managing Project Browser View Organization
Using Parameters and Filters for Browser Organization
Managing Project Browser Sheet Organization
Project Template Files
Transferring Project Standards
Deleting Unused Items from a Project
Setting the Starting View

Importing and Managing Image Files
Linking and Importing CAD Files
Managing Linked CAD Files
Controlling the Coordinates of Linked CAD Files
Managing Imported CAD Files
Controlling Line Weights in Imported CAD Files
Working with Point Clouds
Working with IFC
Exporting to 2D CAD Formats
Exporting to 3D CAD
Exporting Views to Image Files
Exporting to IFC

Our Value Added Services

Revit MEP Advanced Training Manual,
30 Hours Practical Training,
Experienced & Revit Autodesk Certified Faculty,
30 Hours Course Completion Certificate,
Assistance for writing Autodesk Exam,
Free retaining



  24 - Jul - 2020
  6:00 PM - 09:00 PM
  Friday Only (30 Hrs)

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