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section 1
Revit software provides MEP engineers with integrated design, analysis, and documentation tools, supporting more accurate and efficient building systems projects from concept through construction. Design building systems with greater accuracy using the coordinated and consistent information inherent in the intelligent 3D model. Conduct simulations and interference detection earlier in the design process—when changes are easier and less costly to make—and help meet requirements for building systems efficiency. Use conceptual energy analysis information as a foundation for engineering-driven calculations.
Section 2
Building information Modelling
 Building Information modeling (BIM) User Interface Overview ,
 Opening a Revit project
 Viewing Commands

Basic Creation Tools
 General Drawing Tools
 Editing Revit MEP Elements
 Basic Modifying Tools
 Additional Editing Tools
 Basic Editing

 Duplicating Views
 Adding Callout Views
 setting the View Display Creating
 Elevations Creating Sections
 Working with ceilings

Starting a MEP Project
 About Revit MEP Systems Working with Components
 Creating Systems – Overview System Graphics
 Connecting Components
 Analyzing Systems

Space and Zone
 Creating Spaces
 Creating Zones Creating
 Color Schemes

HVAC System
 About HVAC Systems
 Adding Air Terminals and Mechanical Equipment
 Adding Ductwork
 Creating Duct Systems
 Automatic Duct layouts

Hydronic Piping System
 About Hydronic Piping Systems
 Adding Mechanical Equipment
 Drawing Pipe Creating Hydronic Systems
 Automatic piping layouts

Plumbing Systems
 About Plumbing Systems
 Adding Plumbing Fixtures
 Drawing piping for Plumbing Systems
 Working with Plumbing Systems

Electrical Systems
 About Electrical Systems
 Placing Electrical Components
 Creating Electrical Circuits Cable Trays and Conduits
 Electrical Panel Schedules

 Construction Documents,
 Annotating Construction Documents,
 Tags and Schedules,
 Detailing in Revit MEP.

Linking with files
 Linking dwg files
 Linking revit Files

Collaboration and sheeting
 Coordination
 Clash deduction
 Under standing Central Files
 Creating a central files
 creating a New work set
 Working with local Files
 `way to create a local files

Section 3
Autodesk Revit MEP is used by professionals across many industries to help reduce risk, develop better quality designs, and improve project delivery. A HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) manufacturing company may use Revit MEP to develop detailed BIM-ready product models for engineering customers. Architectural firm, Revit MEP may be used to fast-track the design and construction of a military community hospital; leveraging BIM to allow everyone involved in the project to explore, visualize, and understand the outcomes of design choices from the earliest stages of the project. Ultimately, Revit MEP is used to streamline the engineering design process using a single model to enhance the communication of design intent before construction begins.