Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016 by Simon Whitbread

Mastering Autodesk® Revit® MEP 2016 By Simon Whitbread
Contents : 
Part 1 • General Project Setup
Part 2 • Mechanical Design
Part 3 • Electrical Design
Part 4 • Plumbing
Part 5 • Managing Content
Introduction : 
Welcome to Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2016. I have worked diligently to bring you a book that takes you through the core features and functionality of Revit MEP 2016 from both the design and documentation perspectives. I first started using Revit MEP in 2006 when it was known as Revit Systems. Since then the software has been on a fast-track development pace to bring it up to speed with the Autodesk Revit Architecture and Autodesk Revit Structure programs. This 2016 release of Revit MEP provides platform improvements (that is, of features shared among the three discipline-focused versions) along with MEP-specific features that make this a very exciting edition. When Revit Systems was first released, it was intended primarily to allow MEP engineers to join the move toward building information modeling (BIM) that was being adopted by architects and structural engineers. The features and functionality were, in the opinion of most, limited to provide a complete MEP project. The development team has been listening to the needs of users and has now delivered tools and features that many of us have desired from the beginning. The focus has been on performance in this release, improving performance by managing when cal culations are performed and how elements are processed in views, resulting in more efficiency while users navigate views. With the introduction of fabrication parts, Revit can now go the full distance in a project, from concept to handover. The primary focus of this book is on the MEP disciplines, but there is plenty of information that applies to Revit in general. My goal is to take you through the major points of the design process and requirements for completing a building design and project submittal. This book focuses on building engineering, but it may also be helpful for other types of engineering projects, such as process piping design or any others that require a combination of data and model components.
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