Autodesk Revit MEP Training & Tutorials

CADLearning for Autodesk® Revit® MEP offers training and tutorials for users to gain a better understanding of the building information modeling (BIM) features and functions used by mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems designers. Topics covered in the lessons include the basics of the software, creating 2D and 3D models, data management and more.
 

Revit MEP 2014

28+ hours of training
295 video tutorials
Exercise files included
Instructor Jason Boehning
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Revit MEP 2013

21+ hours of training
226 video tutorials
Exercise files included
Instructor Jason Boehning
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Revit MEP 2012

16+ hours of training
279 video tutorials
Exercise files included
Instructor Jason Boehning
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Revit MEP 2011

13+ hours of training
270 video tutorials
Exercise files included
Instructor David Redding
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Revit MEP 2010

15+ hours of training
160 video tutorials
Exercise files included
Instructor Patrick Olson & Jarod Schulz
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Specific Applications for Revit MEP

  • Mechanical – Autodesk Revit MEP can be used to model ducts and pipe fittings and to gain a better understanding of HVAC zones, HVAC air duct systems and HVAC piping systems. This allows mechanical engineers to create accurate 2D and 3D drawings to plan for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.
  • Electrical – Revit MEP allows electrical engineers to model the placement of light fixtures, create circuits and wiring diagrams and understand power systems. By utilizing the software to map out electrical systems, users can create a comprehensive plan for the placement of wiring and other electrical components.
  • Plumbing – Revit MEP also includes tools to model plumbing systems, including waste workflow, storm workflow, restroom groups and hot water recirculation systems. Plumbing engineers can utilize the software to map out pipe flow in order to design a functional and effective plumbing system.