Revit MEP Tips

Some modeling tips in Revit - MEP
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Working with linked architectural files
Creating spaces and zones so that you can analyze heating and cooling loads


  • Tips for modeling in Revit


By the end of this short course, you'll be able to:

Starting the software and recognize user interface. The safe and easy way to open the standalone file. Creating a Revit project upon coordination type, the unit, and Discipline.

Linking a Revit model to a host model. Copy and Monitor levels to track any changes in model. Creating floor and ceiling plan views.

Place spaces in the areas of the building. Use the zone tool to define spaces that can be controlled by environmental control systems, such as heating, cooling, and humidity control systems.

Who this course is for:

  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Students in mechanical engineering department

Course content

5 sections34 lectures58m total length
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Mechanical engineer
Samaah Sultaan
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I am a mechanical power engineer, I worked at many disciplines: drawing, testing and balancing for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, maintenance of multiple different mechanical equipment. I'd like sharing knowledge with others and create an easy tutorials to understand. I hope all people can get knowledge easily. And all children have a good caring and peaceful place for living.