REVIT MEP

Autodesk RevitMEP is a building information modeling (BIM) software created by Autodesk for professional who engage in MEP engineering. MEP stands for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, which are the three engineering disciplines that RevitMEP addresses.

RevitMEP helps you model, draft, design, and document building systems. Support mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering systems throughout the building lifecycle.

Design MEP building systems with greater accuracy and in better co-ordination with architectural and structural components, using the co-ordinated and consistent information inherent in the intelligent model.

Integrated Design:

Streamline the engineering design process with Revit. Use a single model to enhance the communication of design intent, before construction begins.

Analysis:

Conduct simulations and interference detection earlier in the design process. Use conceptual energy analysis data for engineering-driven calculations.

Documentation:

Design, model and document building systems in the context of a full building information model, including architectural and structural components.

Fabrication

Model for MEP fabrication with tools that automate the fabrication model layout. Prepare a model for detailed co-ordination of fabrication and installation.

  • 3D Visualization
  • Improved coordination
  • Accurate Estimation of Quantities and Cost
  • Automated Collision Checks
  • Quick changes to design, No Repetitive Tasks
  • High Quality Construction Documents
  • Expedite the Floor Planning
  • Tender Management
  • Enhanced Collaboration and Productivity
  • BIM 4D and 5D
  • High Level of Flexibility
  • Meet Owners Taste and Style
  • Revit MEP Interface
  • Central File Creation
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Working With Views
  • File Concepts - Project Files And Templates
  • File Concepts - Family Files And Templates
  • File Concepts - System Families
  • File Concepts - In-Place Families

Revit MEP Training Schedules

  • Opening A Revit MEP Project
  • Viewing The Model - 2D
  • Viewing The Model - 3D
  • Systems Tab - HVAC And Mechanical
  • Systems Tab - Plumbing And Piping
  • Systems Tab – Electrical
  • Linking AutoCAD DWG files
  • Creating topography from a DWG link
  • Understanding CAD inserts
  • Creating a group
  • Creating Revit links
  • Rotating and aligning a Revit
  • Managing links
  • Energy Settings
  • Default Building Type Settings
  • Analyzing Heating And Cooling Loads
  • Exporting For Secondary Analysis
  • The System Browser
  • Graphic Overrides
  • Checking Systems
  • System Inspector
  • Duct Sizing
  • Mechanical Settings - Ducts
  • Air Terminals And Mechanical Equipment
  • Duct Insulation And Lining
  • Duct Insulation And Lining
  • Adding And Modifying Fittings
  • Duct Systems
  • Duct Systems
  • Hydronic Piping Systems
  • Mechanical Settings - Pipes
  • Piping Systems
  • Adding Mechanical Equipment
  • Adding Pipes
  • Parallel Pipes
  • Modifying Pipes
  • Sloping Pipes
  • Adding And Modifying Fittings
  • Mechanical Systems – Hydronics
  • Mechanical Settings - Pipes
  • Piping Systems
  • Adding Plumbing Fixtures
  • Pipes
  • Parallel Pipes
  • Modifying Plumbing Fixtures
  • Piping Systems
  • Sprinklers
  • Sprinkler Systems
  • Sprinkler Pipe Layouts
  • Electrical Settings
  • Electrical Components - Lighting Fixtures
  • Electrical Components - Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Components - Electrical Devices
  • Creating Power Circuits
  • Creating Lighting Circuits
  • Creating Switch Systems
  • Cable Tray
  • Conduit
  • Detailing
  • Adding Detail Lines
  • Legends
  • Interference Check
  • Coordination Review
  • Working with visibility and graphic overrides
  • Using view templates
  • Hiding and isolating objects in a model
  • Understanding view range
  • Understanding tags
  • Adding schedule views
  • Modifying schedule views
  • Creating a key schedule
  • Adding text
  • Adding dimensions
  • Adding symbols
  • Adding legend views
  • Creating a detail callout
  • Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically
  • Adding filled and masking regions
  • Basic Editing Tools
  • Using Filter
  • Use Of The TAB Key
  • Moving And Copying
  • Copy And Paste
  • Copy And Paste
  • Mirror
  • Linear Arrays
  • Radial Arrays
  • Extend And Trim
  • The Align tool
  • Offset
  • Re-Hosting Elements
  • Controlling Visibility
  • Initial Plan Views
  • View Duplication
  • Elevations
  • Sections
  • Creating Callouts
  • Ceiling Plans
  • Section Box
  • Scope Box
  • Spaces And Zones
  • Creating Spaces
  • Space Separation Boundaries
  • Modifying Spaces
  • Space Tags
  • Area And Volume Calculations
  • Creating Zones
  • The System Browser And Zones
  • Color Schemes
  • Understanding families
  • Creating a new family from a template
  • Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
  • Adding solid geometry
  • Cutting holes using void geometry
  • Adding blends
  • Completing the family
  • Adding sheets
  • Outputting sheets to a DWF file
  • Exporting to AutoCAD
  • Plotting and creating a PDF

MEP ELEMENTS

        Our Location
        Future Gen Technologies
        5th Floor, Green House Building,
         Beside Aditya Trade Center, Myitrivanam,
         Ameerpet, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500873
        +91 8328253848
         info@futuregentechnologies.com