Revit has several tools to check your model easier. You can easily find disconnects, check the flow, pipe pressure loss, and check it by a color scheme. The tools are very easy to use but give significant help. Let’s use the tools!
In this tutorial, we cover how to create switch and power system, draw arc wire then create panel schedule. We also cover a bit about panel schedule.
In this Revit MEP Basic Tutorial, you can learn how to place lighting fixtures, switches, and a panel. This is the first part of the electrical tutorial.
In this Revit MEP basic tutorial, we cover how to do the Heating and Cooling Load calculation. How you can setup the parameters and check for warnings, then run the calculation.
In this tutorial, you learn how to group common spaces into a zone. And why we need to create zones.
We covered how to work with spaces. However, there are “rooms” that are not considered in the architecture models. Like elevator and plumbing shaft, plenum (the area above the ceiling), void, and other areas that might not be considered in architecture models. Reviewing the Model Let’s review our model. Create a section like below. Use […]
In this Revit MEP tutorial, you will learn how to review warnings and create relationships between elements in a linked file. It can help you to monitor the changes for coordination purpose.
In this Revit MEP tutorial, you will learn how to create a space, create automatic spaces, and rename the spaces with Space Naming tool.