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What Cad Guru will teach in Revit MEP:

What is Autodesk Revit MEP?

Autodesk Revit MEP is a building information modeling (BIM) software created by Autodesk for professionals who engage in MEP engineering. MEP stands for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing, which are the three engineering disciplines that Revit MEP addresses. By utilizing BIM as opposed to computer-aided drafting (CAD), Revit MEP is able to leverage dynamic information in intelligent models — allowing complex building systems to be accurately designed and documented in a shorter amount of time. Each intelligent model created with Revit MEP represents an entire project and is stored in a single database file. This allows changes made in one part of the model to be automatically propagated to other parts of the model, thus enhancing the workflow for Revit MEP users.

What are the benefits of using Revit MEP?

Individuals who currently work in or are pursuing careers in the mechanical, electrical, or plumbing engineering fields will discover many benefits of using Revit MEP. The BIM workflow offered by Revit MEP not only maximizes productivity but also helps to streamline your design and documentation workflows; speeding projects from design to completion while automating updates across your model with a single design change. Autodesk Revit MEP offers many other tools and features that can enhance productivity such as Building Performance Analysis, Autodesk 360 Integration, Construction Documentation, Pressure and Flow Calculations, Pressure Loss Reports, Parametric Components, and much more.

How is Revit MEP used?

Autodesk Revit MEP is used by professionals across many industries to help reduce risk, develop better quality designs, and improve project delivery. For example, a HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) manufacturing company may use Revit MEP to develop detailed BIM-ready product models for engineering customers, which not only saves customers from having to spend hours drawing a single piece of equipment, but also increases accuracy and helps them deliver a more buildable product. In the case of an 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. This, in turn, helps stakeholders to make more informed and accurate design decisions that not only reduce the time it take to complete a project but also have a significant impact on overall building performance.

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What Cad Guru will teach in Revit MEP?

  • Getting Started 
  • Starting Revit
  • Starting Revit for the First Time
  • Opening a Project File
  • Identifying the User Interface Components
  • Managing User Interface Components
  • Understanding the Ribbon
  • Customizing the User Interface
  • Understanding the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Understanding the Options Bar
  • Understanding the Application Menu
  • Understanding the InfoCenter Toolbar
  • Using the Revit App Store
  • Understanding the Project Browser
  • Understanding the Properties Palette
  • Understanding the Type Selector
  • Understanding the Status Bar
  • Understanding the Drawing Area
  • Understanding the View Controls
  • Understanding the Navigation Bar
  • Understanding the ViewCube
  • Understanding the Steering Wheels
  • Understanding the Options Dialog
  • Managing File and Template Locations
  • Managing the Places List
  • Starting a New Project from Recent Files
  • Starting a New Project from the Application Menu
  • Understanding Units and Snaps
  • Using the Mouse
  • Using the Keyboard
  • Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Managing Windows
  • Understanding Macros
  • Saving and Closing Files
  • Closing the Application

Revit Fundamentals

  • Understanding BIM
  • Understanding the Difference Between BIM and CAD
  • Understanding Revit Concepts
  • Working with the Different Versions of Revit
  • Understanding Bidirectional Associativity
  • Recognizing Parametric Relationships
  • Understanding Families
  • Placing Model Elements
  • Sketching Model Elements
  • Placing View-Specific Elements
  • Working with Datum Elements
  • Placing Elements from the Project Browser
  • Loading Families and Using Type Catalogs
  • Finding Families Using Autodesk Seek
  • Editing Families Within a Project

Basic Modify and Reporting Tools

  • Selecting Objects
  • Modifying Selection Settings
  • Saving Selection Sets
  • Copying and Moving Objects
  • Rotating Objects
  • Creating Linear Arrays
  • Creating Radial Arrays
  • Scaling Objects
  • Mirroring Objects
  • Using the Clipboard for Copy and Paste
  • Splitting Objects
  • Creating Elements Consistently with Match Type Properties and Create Similar
  • Aligning Objects
  • Trimming and Extending Objects
  • Offsetting Objects
  • Pinning Objects in Place
  • Deleting Objects
  • Cutting and Joining Geometry
  • Splitting the Face of an Element
  • Applying Materials as Paint
  • Measuring versus Dimensioning Objects
  • Understanding Element IDs
  • Understanding and Reviewing Warning Messages

Modeling Essentials

  • Creating and Modifying Levels
  • Creating and Modifying Grids
  • Creating and Modifying Multi-Segment Grids
  • Controlling Datum Visibility
  • Limiting Visibility of Datum Using Scope Boxes
  • Setting and Showing the Active Work Plane
  • Creating Reference Planes
  • Modeling Accurately with Length and Angle Snap Increments
  • Working with Object Snaps
  • Using Visualization Aids When Working in 3D Views

Consultant Project Setup

  •  Linking an Architectural Model
  • Understanding Spaces
  • Placing Spaces
  • Placing Spaces Automatically
  • Placing Space Separators
  • Understanding HVAC Zones
  • Creating HVAC Zones

Design Analysis

  • Controlling Construction Types
  • Understanding Building and Space Type Settings
  • Understanding Energy Settings
  • Working with Energy Analytical Models
  • Performing Energy Simulations
  • Calculating Heating and Cooling Loads

HVAC Airside

  • Adding Mechanical Equipment 
  • Placing Air Terminals
  • Placing Air Terminals on Ducts
  • Creating Duct Systems
  • Splitting Duct Systems
  • Working with Duct Systems
  • Understanding Duct Settings
  • Modeling Ductwork
  • Placing Duct Placeholders
  • Defining Duct Routing Preferences
  • Generating Duct Layouts
  • Sizing Ductwork
  • Understanding the Airside Loss Method
  • Adding Duct Accessories
  • Modifying Ductwork and Fittings
  • Adding Duct Insulation
  • Analyzing Duct Systems
  • Checking Duct Systems
  • Creating Duct Pressure Loss Reports
  • Understanding HVAC Airside Scheduling
  • Understanding HVAC Airside Tags

General Piping

  • Understanding Pipe Settings
  • Modeling Piping
  • Placing Pipe Placeholders
  • Defining Pipe Routing Preferences
  • Adding Pipe Accessories
  • Modifying Piping and Fittings
  • Adding Pipe Insulation
  • Modeling Sloped Pipe
  • Creating Parallel Pipes
  • Working with Piping Systems

HVAC Piping

  • Creating Piping Systems
  • Generating Pipe Layouts
  • Sizing Pipe
  • Analyzing Piping Systems
  • Checking Piping Systems
  • Creating Pipe Pressure Loss Reports
  • Understanding HVAC Piping Tags


  • Adding Plumbing Fixtures
  • Using Copy and Monitor for Plumbing Fixtures
  • Placing Pipe Connectors
  • Creating Plumbing Piping Systems
  • Splitting Piping Systems
  • Creating Piping System Types
  • Working with Piping Components
  • Laying Out Plumbing Systems
  • Creating Risers and Underfloor Views
  • Understanding Plumbing Scheduling
  • Understanding Plumbing Tags


  • Understanding Electrical Settings
  • Specifying Demand Factors and Load Classifications
  • Understanding Cable Tray and Conduit Settings
  • Modeling Cable Trays
  • Modeling Conduit
  • Creating Parallel Conduits
  • Adding Electrical Devices
  • Creating Low Voltage Systems


  • Adding Electrical Equipment
  • Placing Electrical Fixtures
  • Creating Circuits
  • Understanding Wiring Settings
  • Wiring Circuits
  • Connecting Mechanical Equipment and Other Power Loads
  • Checking Circuits
  • Creating Panel Schedules
  • Creating a Panel Schedule Template


  • Understanding Lighting Fixtures and Photometric Data
  • Placing Lighting Fixtures
  • Using Copy and Monitor for Lighting Fixtures
  • Adding Lighting Switches Creating a Switch
  • System Powering Lighting Systems
  • Analyzing Lighting Systems
  • Understanding Lighting Scheduling
  • Understanding Lighting Tags


  • Working with Text Annotations
  • Using Keyboard Controls to Add Symbols to Text
  • Checking Spelling in a View
  • Finding and Replacing Text
  • Modifying Text Type Properties
  • Specifying Keynoting Settings
  • Creating Keynotes
  • Modifying Keynotes and Keynote Settings
  • Creating a Keynote Legend
  • Working with Symbols and Note Blocks
  • Working with Legends
  • Managing Arrowheads

Dimensions and Constraints

  • Understanding Dimensions and Constraints
  • Using Temporary Dimensions
  • Modifying Temporary Dimension Settings
  • Working with Permanent Dimensions
  • Modifying Dimensions
  • Modifying Dimension Graphics
  • Modifying Dimension Text Appearance
  • Creating and Modifying Dimension Styles
  • Locking Dimensions
  • Controlling Dimensions Using Equality Constraints
  • Creating and Revealing Constraints
  • Controlling Dimension Units
  • Dimensioning Entire Walls
  • Working with Spot Elevations
  • Working with Spot Coordinates
  • Working with Spot Slopes

View Graphics

  • Working with Visual Styles
  • Understanding Scale and Detail Level
    Understanding Plan View Range
  • Understanding View Discipline
  • Understanding View Templates
  • Creating View Templates
  • Applying and Assigning View Templates
  • Creating View Types
  • Understanding Object Styles
  • Understanding Visibility and Graphic Overrides
  • Creating Element and Category Overrides in a View
  • Creating Filter Overrides
  • Using Temporary Hide or Isolate and Viewing Hidden Elements
  • Using Temporary View Properties
  • Understanding Crop Regions
  • Creating a Non-Rectangular Crop Region
  • Understanding Annotation Crop Regions
  • Configuring System Family Coarse Scale Cut Patterns
  • Understanding Graphics Mode Options
  • Understanding Saved View Conditions

Views and Sheets

  • Creating Plan Views and Reflected Ceiling Plan Views
  • Creating a Plan Region
  • Creating Building Elevation Views
  • Creating Interior Elevation Views
  • Creating Framing Elevation Views
  • Changing the Elevation Symbol
  • Creating Section Views
  • Segmenting Section and Elevation Views
  • Creating Callout Views
  • Sketching a Callout View
  • Creating Drafting Views
  • Creating a Reference View
  • Duplicating Views
  • Creating Matchlines and View References
  • Creating Additional View References
  • Creating and Using Sheets
  • Working with Viewports on Sheets
  • Aligning Views on Sheets with a Guide Grid
  • Using a Sheet List and Placeholder Sheets
  • Creating Custom Titleblocks
  • Creating a Key Plan
  • Managing Sheet Issues and Revisions
  • Creating Revision Clouds and Tags
  • Adding a Revision Schedule to a Titleblock
  • Creating Supplemental Drawings

Printing and Publishing

  • Introducing Printing in Revit
  • Printing and Managing Print Settings
  • Printing to PDF

Managing Projects

  • Managing Project Information
  • Understanding How the Location and Site Relate
  • Specifying a Project Location
  • Understanding Coordinate Systems
  • Working with Coordinate Systems
  • Relocating a Project Rotating True North
  • Rotating Project North
  • Mirroring a Project

Managing Settings

  • Understanding Model and Drafting Patterns
  • Managing Fill Patterns
  • Managing Materials and Material Libraries
  • Managing Material Properties and Material Assets
  • Managing Line Styles
  • Managing Line Weights
  • Managing Line Patterns
  • Managing Halftone and Underlay Settings
  • Assigning Assembly Code Files


  • Introducing Worksharing Concepts
  • Understanding Worksharing Terminology
  • Enabling Worksharing in a Project File
  • Creating the Central Model
  • Creating a Local Model
  • Creating Worksets
  • Understanding Workset Visibility
  • Understanding How Central and Local Files Communicate
  • Closing a Workshared Project
  • Understanding Editing Requests
  • Understanding the Active Workset
  • Understanding Worksharing Display Modes
  • Specifying Open Worksets
  • Managing Worksets in Linked Revit Files
  • Working Offline and Editing at Risk
  • Viewing the Workshared Project History
  • Rolling Back Workshared Projects
  • Detaching a File from Central


  • Linking Revit Models
  • Managing Linked Revit Models
  • Controlling the Display of Elements in a Linked Model
  • Scheduling Elements from a Linked Model
  • Tagging Elements in a Linked Model
  • Monitoring and Coordinating Changes Within a Single Project
  • Using Copy and Monitor in a Single Project
  • Using Copy and Monitor with Linked Projects
  • Performing a Coordination Review with Linked Models
  • Checking for Interferences


  • Introducing Phases
  • Understanding Phases
  • Managing Phases Understanding Phase
  • Filters and Graphic Overrides
  • Assigning Phases and Phase Filters to a View
  • Understanding the Impact of Phases on Documentation
  • Demolishing Elements
  • Establishing Phases in Project Templates

MEP Fabrication

  • Understanding MEP Fabrication
  • Specifying Fabrication Settings
  • Placing Mechanical Fabrication Parts
  • Placing Electrical Fabrication Parts
  • Placing Plumbing Fabrication Parts
  • Editing Fabrication Parts

Advanced Modeling

  • Introducing the In-Place Modeling Tools
  • Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Extruded Forms
  • Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Blended Forms
  • Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Revolved Forms
  • Creating In-Place Family Objects Using Solid Swept Forms
  • Enhancing In-Place Families
  • Understanding Adaptive Components
  • Using Adaptive Components to Create Building Elements

Family Creation

  • Understanding Loadable Families
  • Introducing Family Creation
  • Understanding the Family Editor
  • Working with Tag Families
  • Creating a Custom Annotation Tag
  • Creating a Custom View Tag
  • Creating a Custom View Title
  • Working with Component Families
    Introducing Form Creation
  • Creating Solid Extrusions and Blends
  • Creating Solid Revolves
  • Creating Solid Sweeps and Swept Blends
  • Creating Void Forms
  • Creating Reference Planes and Reference Lines
  • Creating Dimension and Parameter Constraints
  • Creating Family Geometry
  • Understanding Family Geometry Display Settings
  • Creating Family Types
  • Working with Families in a Project
  • Working with Hosted Families
  • Creating a Hosted Family
  • Creating and Grouping Family Parameters


  • Importing and Managing Image Files
  • Linking and Importing CAD Files
  • Managing Linked CAD Files
  • Controlling the Coordinates of Linked CAD Files
  • Managing Imported CAD Files
  • Controlling Line Weights in Imported CAD Files
  • Using CAD Files to Create Building Model Objects
  • Working with Autodesk Exchange Files
  • Linking Point Clouds Working with Point Clouds
  • Opening IFC Files
  • Linking IFC Files
  • Working with IFC Files
  • Specifying CAD Export Setup Options
  • Exporting to 2D CAD Formats
  • Exporting to 3D CAD
  • Exporting Views to Image Files
  • Exporting to gbXML
  • Exporting to 3ds Max
  • Exporting Room and Area Reports
  • Exporting to IFC
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