Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2011 by Don Bokmiller

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Master all the core concepts and functionality of Revit MEP Revit MEP has finally come into its own, and this perfectly paced reference covers all the core concepts and functionality of this fast-growing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing software. The authors collate all their years of experience to develop this exhaustive tutorial that shows you how to design using a versatile model. You'll discover tips, tricks, and real-world exercises that only authors who use the software daily in a professional environment can know and explain. Explores the basics of the interface, how to create and use project templates, how to generate schedules that show quantities, materials, design dependencies, and more Examines the mechanical side of Revit MEP, including chapters on creating logical air, water, and fire protection systems and evaluating building loads Delves into how to best generate and model content, including solid modeling, creating symbols, using parameters, creating equipment, and more Featuring real-world sidebars, hands-on tutorials, and a supporting Web site, this reference allows you to jump into any tutorial and compare your finished work to the pros.

About Don Bokmiller

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Don Bokmiller has trained hundreds of Revit MEP users in his role as an application engineer for Inlet Technology, an Autodesk Channel Partner. He has worked in the architectural/engineering design community for more than 12 years. Don has been a valued member of the beta testing team since Revit MEP's first release, is an active and well-known AUGI forum participant, and contributes to the Revit blog BIM Wits ( Titlow is Technology Manager at Michael Brady, Inc. He has been working in the HVAC, plumbing, and fire protection design fields since 1987 and has been a valued Revit MEP beta tester since its inception.Simon Whitbread is a Revit MEP Specialist at Beca. He has over 25 years ofexperience in construction design and drafting.
Published October 12, 2010 by Sybex. 624 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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