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  • carlos orona (2013)

    Finding the Flow with BIM: An Insight into Using BIM on Water and Wastewater Projects

    • Revit for MEP Engineers, AutoCAD Products

    Key Learning

    • Explain how BIM processes can be used for water and wastewater projects
    • List BIM management, risks, and expectations for water and wastewater projects
    • Use specific methodologies and process organization for water and wastewater project deliverables
    • Apply BIM process best practices to water and wastewater projects
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  • Howard Munsell (2013)

    It's All in the Process

    • Revit for MEP Engineers, Building Design Suite

    Key Learning

    • Describe the process, from the initial design to the hand-off to other disciplines
    • Create new pipe types and systems
    • Create content for larger pipe sizes
    • Identify the unique circumstances that were encountered and explain how they were overcome
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  • Kelli Lubeley (2013)

    Making Full Use of the Power of Lookup Tables

    • Revit for MEP Engineers

    Key Learning

    • Identify and describe the concepts behind lookup tables and explain how lookup tables benefit the design process
    • Create custom families that reference lookup tables for automated design
    • Use formulas with lookup tables for accurate design
    • Explain how using lookup tables improves workflow
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  • Clair Vander Zwaag (2013)

    Medical As-Built MEP: Tips and Tactics to Ensure a Successful Scan-to-Revit MEP Workflow

    • Revit for MEP Engineers, Building Design Suite

    Key Learning

    • Avoid the 3 most common mistakes firms make when bidding hospital MEP projects
    • Implement at least 5 laser scanning tips to ensure the best and fastest data collection
    • List the most common challenges in hospital MEP and how to overcome them
    • Deploy best-practice project management tactics to ensure field-to-finish-to-financial success
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  • Michael Massey (2013)

    Pesky Electrical Settings That Drive You Crazy

    • Revit for MEP Engineers

    Key Learning

    • Work with and configure electrical panel schedules
    • Control the graphics of nested symbol families
    • Apply tips and tricks when creating electrical circuits
    • Explain how load classifications and demand factors are applied
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  • Key Learning

    • Calculate and validate LEED points
    • Create and utilize use values
    • Use the power of space schedules to aid in your design
    • Verify that your design intent is being conveyed to the construction documents
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  • David Butts (2012)

    Autodesk® Revit® MEP 2013: On Steroids!

    • Autodesk Revit for MEP Engineers
    • Autodesk Building Design Suite

    Key Learning

    • Customize duct fittings for unusual parts and connections
    • List productivity tips for day-to-day use
    • Edit piping accessory view behavior for schematic/single/double line graphics
    • Edit electrical panel schedules and shared parameters specific for electrical loads
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  • Plamen Hristov (2012)

    Autodesk® Revit® MEP Templates: Increasing Productivity

    • Autodesk Revit for MEP Engineers

    Key Learning

    • Discover new ways to manage the architectural background display through a project template
    • Use the latest capabilities of Revit MEP
    • Organize and manage the project browser
    • Create pipe types and define default fittings for the pipe types
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  • Roy Qian (2012)

    Autodesk® Revit® MEP in High-Voltage Power Substation Design

    • Autodesk Revit for MEP Engineers
    • Autodesk Navisworks Simulate

    Key Learning

    • Overcome the documentation constraints of Revit MEP
    • List things to consider carefully when doing multidisciplinary coordination
    • Use Revit MEP as the core of an integrated approach for designing high-voltage substations
    • Use flexible pipes to simulate high-voltage cables
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  • seth mathis (2012)

    Autodesk® Revit® MEP: Get Current with Electrical Engineering

    • Autodesk Revit for MEP Engineers

    Key Learning

    • Explain how electrical systems work in Revit and describe how you can use that information
    • Develop annotation families for schematics and explain how to schedule them
    • Create advanced electrical families and equipment using embedded families
    • Use shared parameters in schedules, floor plans, families, tags, and other elements
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