Revit MEP Tips |بعض دروس ريفيت ميب

Some modeling tips in Revit - MEP
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (2 ratings)
605 students
Revit MEP Tips |بعض دروس ريفيت ميب
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (2 ratings)
605 students
Working with linked architectural files
Creating spaces and zones so that you can analyze heating and cooling loads

Requirements

  • Tips for modeling in Revit
Description

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
6 sections • 42 lectures • 1h 43m total length
  • What is Revit
    07:12
  • Resources
    07:24
  • Introduction
    01:33
  • Education home
    00:50
  • Create an educational account
    02:05
  • System requirements
    05:00
  • Download software
    02:00
  • Missing Templates or Libraries
    00:38
  • Energy Settings missing - Revit 2017
    02:00
  • Introduction of Building Performance Analysis (BPA)
    03:36
  • What's New with Autodesk Revit MEP 2016
    03:01
  • Revit MEP 2014 - User Interface
    06:46
  • Opening A Standalone Revit MEP Project
    00:51
  • Create new MEP project
    05:35
  • Link a project to a RVT building
    04:26
  • Copy Monitor - Levels And Grids
    01:43
  • Initial Plan Views
    01:11
  • Copy and Monitor plumbing fixtures
    02:07
  • Introduction of Loads
    03:14
  • Spaces
    01:27
  • Zones
    01:09
  • Project Location
    01:57
  • Building Service
    00:32
  • Heating and Cooling Loads Calculation
    01:25
  • Heating and Cooling Loads Calculation
    00:08
  • Create Mass Model
    05:49
  • Create Energy Model
    05:56
  • Place DX Unit & Air terminals
    02:14
  • Create Air System
    00:50
  • Steps before drawing Duct
    01:45
  • Ductworks
    01:08
  • Insulation
    00:53
  • Pipe type and material
    01:53
  • PipeWorks
    00:34
  • Fabrication
    06:11
  • Show Disconnects
    00:48
  • System Inspector
    01:17
  • Perspective View
    02:02
  • Family - Editing tag
    01:25
  • Schedules
    01:37
  • Sheets
    01:04
  • Bonus
    00:10

Instructor
Autodesk Educator Expert
Samaah Sultaan
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 537 Reviews
  • 12,632 Students
  • 15 Courses

I am a mechanical power engineer, I worked at many disciplines: drawing, maintenance of different equipment, technical of TAB scope and design of HVAC systems. 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.