This 3 day instructor led training program will be offered at our Autodesk authorized training and certification centre in Melbourne to give you a complete understanding of how to use Autodesk Revit MEP. Basic computer skills & engineering knowledge required.
After completion of course, Autodesk’s globally accepted certificate of completion will be issued.
Following Topics will be covered,
Introducing Revit as a BIM tool
What is BIM and what does it mean? The benefits of BIM What will BIM deliver? Industry drivers Introducing Levels of BIM Implications on team and workflow; fee and deliverables; contract and insurance issues
UI Tour, Project Navigation and View Creation
Interactive session introducing the menu and screen layout Interrogating the model to extract views Plans, sections and elevations Displaced views, callouts and drafting views 3D isometrics, perspectives and walkthrough movies Placement and properties of grids, levels and dimensions Introduction to basic Revit elements Exercise on creating levels, grids and using dimensions and scope boxes
Element Selection and Manipulation
Interactive session introducing object selection methods Element properties and manipulation Instance and Type parameters Modify tools, Nodes and Snaps Exercise on basic editing tools, trim, offset, align, etc
Visibility Control and Categories
Project-Wide Settings View Specific Overrides Element Specific Overrides Individual Line Overrides Exercise on modifying element visibility
Model Development Methodology
Is BIM just about 3D? Information timeline and overload How a project develops from a base template The complexity of components Controlling graphical display
Establishing a Project
Understanding Project Units – Common, HVAC, Electrical and Piping, MEP settings, symbols and schematic design. Project commencement and collaboration, Linking CAD and Revit Architecture model, Copy monitor and Coordination review.
Introduction to Building Elements
Basic wall definitions, Floors, Roof and Ceilings, Sketching rules Relating slabs to walls and supports, Slab slope, roof design and ceiling definition, System family editing, Column and Beam placement.
Equipment Fixtures and Fittings
Family terminology, Component placement, select the correct level, MEP workflow.
Setting up the project Profile, Main Systems Mechanical, Electrical and Piping. System browser, connectors, and other air systems.
Basic Schedules and Legends
Create Mechanical equipment schedule, Generation of tabular interrogations of the model Scheduling Components Style schedules Legends
Geometry Formation and In-Place Families
Interactive session on the creation and manipulation of basic solid and void forms Extrusion Blend Revolve Sweep Swept Blend Exercise explores creating the above forms
Mechanical settings, duct types and fittings, creating duct and piping systems, Insulating and lining ductwork, plant and equipment. Mechanical pipework flanges and fittings.
Electrical Systems and circuits
Equipment, devices and fixtures, wiring, cable tray, conduit modelling, Circuits and switch systems.
Plumbing settings, plumbing fixtures, creating plumbing systems, creating sanitary systems, Domestic hot and cold-water systems, working with system browser.
Spaces, Zones, Areas and Volumes
Differentiate between spaces, zones, areas and volumes, defining spaces, bounding elements, tags and schedules, Computation for areas and volumes, using space data outside of Revit, colour scheme and legends.
2D Draughting and Annotation
Introducing annotation tools and component categories Detail component libraries Repeating details Lines and arcs Text, Tags and keynotes Exercise on generating and annotating a construction detail
Sheet Compilation and Publication
Project browser organisation – WIP and Publish Creating and populating sheets Working with schedules Publishing and document management. Manage project information on Titleblock, create revision for drawing issue, print to PDF
Basic Subdivision and Collaboration
Introducing a BIM Strategy Document Model management Project team collaboration techniques Transmittal and model issue protocols Basics of large-model sub-division Exercise on worksets and task allocation
Introduction to the Principles of Family Editing
Create parametric family and tips for trouble free family creation.