Module 1: Introduction to Autodesk Revit MEP
• Building Information Modeling
• Overview of the Interface
• Standard Terminology
• Starting Projects
• Viewing Commands
Module 2: Basic Drawing and Editing Tools
• General Drawing Tools
• Editing Elements
• Basic Modifying Tools
• Helpful Editing Tools
Module 3: Starting MEP Projects
• Linking in Architectural Projects
• Copying and Monitoring Elements
• Setting Up Levels
Module 4: Working with Views
• Duplicating Views
• Adding Callout Views
• Setting the View Display
• Elevations and Sections
Module 5: Understanding MEP Systems
• About MEP Systems
• Working with Components
• Creating Systems - Overview
• System Graphics
• Connecting Components
• Analyzing Systems
• Duct and Pipe System Tools
Module 6: Spaces and Zones
• Creating Spaces
• Working with Spaces
• Creating Zones
• Creating Color Schemes
Module 7: Performance Analysis
• Preparing a Project for Energy Analysis
• Analyzing the Heating and Cooling Loads
• Exporting for Secondary Analysis
Module 8: HVAC Systems
• About HVAC Systems
• Adding Air Terminals and Mechanical Equipment
• Adding Ductwork
• Modifying Ducts
• Creating Duct Systems
• Automatic Ductwork Layouts
Module 9: Hydronic Piping Systems
• About Hydronic Piping Systems
• Adding Mechanical Equipment
• Drawing Piping
• Creating Hydronic Systems
• Automatic Piping Layouts
Module 10: Plumbing Systems
• About Plumbing Systems
• Adding Plumbing Fixtures
• Drawing Piping for Plumbing Systems
• Working with Plumbing Systems
• Fire Protection Systems
Module 11: Electrical Systems
• About Electrical Systems
• Placing Electrical Components
• Creating Electrical Circuits
• Cable Trays and Conduit
• Electrical Panel Schedules
Module 12: Creating Construction Documents
• Setting Up Sheets
• Placing and Modifying Views on Sheets
• Adding Revisions
• Printing Sheets
Module 13: Annotating Construction Documents
• Working with Dimensions
• Working with Text
• Detail Lines and Symbols
• Creating Legends
Module 14: Tags and Schedules
• Adding Tags
• Working with Schedules
• Creating Schedules
• Modifying Schedules
Module 15: Detailing
• Setting Up Detail Views
• Creating Details
Appendix A: Introduction to Worksets
• Introduction to Worksets
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