Autodesk Revit MEP Official Training Guide Essentials - Volume 2

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  Autodesk ® Revit ® MEP 2010 Autodesk Official Training Guide Essentials 257B1-050000-CM03AJuly 2009 Learning Autodesk ® Revit ®  MEP 2010, Volume 2 Hands-on exercises demonstrate the concepts for building information modeling (BIM)and the tools for parametric engineering design and documentation.  © 2009 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved. Except as otherwise permitted by Autodesk, Inc., this publication, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced inany form, by any method, for any purpose.Certain materials included in this publication are reprinted with the permission of the copyright holder. 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Disclaimer THIS PUBLICATION AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS MADE AVAILABLE BY AUTODESK, INC. “AS IS.”AUTODESK, INC. DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIEDWARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE REGARDING THESE MATERIALS.Published by:Autodesk, Inc.111 Mclnnis ParkwaySan Rafael, CA 94903, USA  Contents s   iii Contents Chapter 8: Piping Systems ................................................................................. 1 Lesson: Creating System Piping ........................................................................... 2About System Piping ................................................................................. 3Process of Creating a Piping System ......................................................... 7Guidelines for Creating a Piping System ................................................... 8Exercise: Create a HydronicReturn Piping System .................................... 9Chapter Summary ............................................................................................. 14   Chapter 9: Plumbing Systems .......................................................................... 15 Lesson: Creating Plumbing Systems .................................................................. 16About Plumbing Systems ........................................................................ 17Process of Creating a Plumbing System .................................................. 22Guidelines for Creating a Plumbing System ............................................ 23Exercise: Createa Sanitary Plumbing System .......................................... 24Chapter Summary ............................................................................................. 35   Chapter 10: Fire Protection Systems ............................................................... 37 Lesson: Creating Fire Protection Systems ......................................................... 38About Fire Protection Systems ................................................................ 39Process of Creating a Fire Protection System .......................................... 42Exercise: Createa Fire Protection System ............................................... 43Chapter Summary ............................................................................................. 48   Chapter 11: Electrical Systems ......................................................................... 49 Lesson: Creating Electrical Circuits .................................................................... 50About Electrical Circuits .......................................................................... 51Tools forWorking with Electrical Circuits ................................................ 53Process of Creating Electrical Circuits ..................................................... 55Guidelines for Creating Electrical Circuits ............................................... 56Exercise: Createan Electrical Lighting Circuit .......................................... 57Lesson: Creating Wiring .................................................................................... 62About Electrical Wiring ........................................................................... 63Process of Creating a Wire Type ............................................................. 67Guidelines for Creating Wiring ................................................................ 68Exercise:Create Wiring ........................................................................... 69Chapter Summary ............................................................................................. 75    iv   s   Contents Chapter 12: Working with Architects and Engineers .................................... 77 Lesson: Monitoring Changes in Linked Files .................................................. 78About Project Sharing ......................................................................... 79Copy and Monitor Tools ...................................................................... 80Coordinating and Monitoring Changes in the Current Project ............ 82Coordination Review Tool ................................................................... 83Guidelines for Monitoring Changes in Linked Files ............................. 86Exercise: Monitor a Linked File of Another Discipline ......................... 87Lesson: Checking and Fixing Interference Conditions ................................... 90About Interference Checks .................................................................. 91Guidelines f or Checking and Fixing Interference Conditions ............... 93Exercise: Check and Fix Interference Conditions ................................. 94Chapter Summary......................................................................................... 98   Chapter 13: Detailingand Drafting .............................................................. 99 Lesson: Creating Callout Views ................................................................... 100About Callouts ................................................................................... 101Creating Reference Callouts .............................................................. 103Guidelines for Creating Callouts ....................................................... 104Exercise: Create a Callout View of a Section ..................................... 105Lesson: Working with Detail Views ............................................................. 108About Detail Views ........................................................................... 109Creating Detail Views ........................................................................ 114Process of Saving and Reusing Detail Views..................................... 115Guidelines f or Saving and Reusing Detail Views ................................ 116Exercise: Create a Detail View .......................................................... 117Lesson: Working with Drafting Views ......................................................... 123About Drafting Views ........................................................................ 124Process of Reusing Drafting Views .................................................... 125Guidelines f or Reusing Drafting Views .............................................. 126Exercise: Create Drafting Views ........................................................ 127Exercise: Import a View and a CAD File ............................................ 134Chapter Summary....................................................................................... 136   Chapter 14: Annotations and Schedules .................................................... 137 Lesson: Working with Text and Tags ........................................................... 138About Text......................................................................................... 139About Tags........................................................................................ 140Guidelines for Working with Text andTags ....................................... 142Exercise: Work with Text and Tags .................................................... 143Lesson: Working with Dimensions .............................................................. 148About Temporary Dimensions ........................................................... 149About Permanent Dimensions .......................................................... 153Guidelines f or Working with Dimensions .......................................... 162Exercise: Work with Dimensions ....................................................... 163
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