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Architecture, Autodesk® Revit® MEP, Autodesk® Revit® Structure, and Autodesk ® 3ds Max® Design software products were used in the design process. Part 2 • Autodesk Revit MEP for Mechanical Design. Part 3 • Autodesk Revit MEP for Electrical Design. DWF files are similar to PDF files in that they. Like BIM for building and structural design, BIM for MEP is a design Revit MEP features a computable building model – that is, a model in software that can.
For example, if you need to change the line style and color for 2-hour fire-rated walls, you can create a filter that selects all walls in the view that have the 2-hour value for the Fire Rating parameter.
You can then select the filter, define the visibility and graphic display settings such as line style and color , and apply the filter to the view. When you do this, all walls that meet the criteria defined in the filter update with the appropriate visibility and graphics settings. Electrical Settings specify voltage definitions, power distribution systems, wiring parameters, cable tray and conduit settings, and load calculations. Mechanical Settings determine the behavior and appearance of the ductwork, and piping for duct, piping, plumbing, and fire protection systems in a project.
See Duct System Settings and Piping System Settings Session 5 Automatic Design Automatic Design Whenever a system is selected in a plan view, you can use the Generate Layout tools to specify slope and routing parameters for ductwork and piping, to view different layout solutions, and to manually modify layout solutions for the system.
You use the Generate Layout tools to create piping or duct layouts to connect system components.
When creating either a single-level or multiple-level layout, you use the same workflow. The Interference Check tool can find intersections among a set of selected elements or all elements in the model. It can be used to prevent conflicts and reduce the risk of construction changes and cost overruns. Before attempting this procedure, load the necessary tags for elements that need a tag.
See Loading Tag Styles. Click Annotate tabTag panel Tag by Category.
After you place the tag, you can change its orientation by selecting the tag and pressing Spacebar. If you want the tag to have a leader line, select Leader.
Specify whether the leader should have an Attached End or a Free End. If desired, enter a value for the length of the leader in the text box next to the Leader check box. Highlight the element to tag, and click to place the tag.
After the tag is placed, it is in edit mode and can be repositioned. You can move the leader, text, and tag head arrow. Schedule Display lists of any type of element in a project. A schedule is a tabular display of information, extracted from the properties of the elements in a project.
A schedule can list every instance of the type of element you are scheduling, or it can collapse multiple instances onto a single row, based on the schedule's grouping criteria. Spacing between sprinklers b Max. Access online from any Internet-connected device with browser. License code restrictions prevent multi-user access or use on networks.
The Instructor Tools for this training guide are delivered in a downloadable PDF document and contain answers to questions throughout the guide, timing suggestions for delivering the course, and instructor presentation files that complement the guide. Please refer to the link in your training guide to download the latest class files.
The student guide will also familiarize students with the tools required to create, document, and print the parametric model. The examples and practices are designed to take the students through the basics of a full MEP project from linking in an architectural model to construction documents. Working with linked architectural files. Creating spaces and zones so that you can analyze heating and cooling loads.
Creating HVAC networks with air terminals, mechanical equipment, ducts, and pipes. Creating plumbing networks with plumbing fixtures and pipes.