Simon Whitbread avec Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016: Autodesk Official Press
Get up and running on Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 with this detailed, hands-on guide Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 provides perfectly paced coverage of all core concepts and functionality, with tips, tricks, and hands-on exercises that help you optimize productivity. With a focus on real-world uses and workflows, this detailed reference explains Revit MEP tools and functionality in the context of professional design and provides the practical insight that can only come from years of experience. Coverage includes project setup, work sharing, building loads, ductwork, electrical and plumbing, and much more, with clear explanation every step of the way. The companion website features downloadable tutorials that reinforce the material presented, allowing you to jump in at any point and compare your work to the pros. This is your guide to master the capabilities of this essential productivity-enhancing tool. * Generate schedules that show quantities, materials, design dependencies, and more * Evaluate building loads, and design logical air, water, and fire protection systems * Create comprehensive electrical and plumbing plans tailored to the project * Model your design with custom parameters, symbols, fixtures, devices, and more If you're ready to get on board this emerging design, collaboration, and documentation paradigm, Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 is the one-stop resource you need.
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The Essential Real–World Guide to Designing With Revit MEP
Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 is the must–have guide to getting the most out of this powerful software, including the newest features and advanced functionality. Author Simon Whitbread provides expert insight based on a real–world workflow.
Packed full of tips, tricks, and techniques, this book provides clear instruction on everything from navigating the interface to designing building systems to creating 3D models, and more. Hands–on tutorials reinforce the discussion, and downloadable before–and–after files allow readers to jump in at any point and compare their work to the pros.
- Creating and using project templates
- Improving project efficiency with worksharing and collaboration functions
- Creating air, water, and fire protection systems, and evaluating building loads
- Placing and routing air ducting and water pipes with proper connections
- Planning lighting, electrical circuiting, power receptacles, and panels
- Creating and placing plumbing fixtures and sanitary systems
- Generating and modeling solid three–dimensional content
- Creating and working with symbols, equipment, fixtures, and devices
- Working with advanced electrical and plumbing elements
- Generating schedules with quantities, materials, dependencies, and more
Work More Efficiently Within the Revit Interface
Design Logical Safety Features and Building Systems
Route and Size Ducting and Piping Appropriately
Create Electrical and Plumbing Systems That Make Sense
Generate 3D Models for More Efficient Planning and Design
Simon Whitbread has been using, implementing and teaching Revit since 2003. He is passionate about teaching and his students come from all levels of the construction industry: Building Services and HVAC Engineers, Design Architects, Technicians. From Interns to MD′s, he has taught and given presentations around the world at events such as Autodesk University and the Revit Technology Conference, Australasia, North America and Europe (RTC). With a recent move to the UK, and now working for Autodesk, Simon specializes in providing Enterprise Level customers with Revit MEP support, training and implementation guidance.