AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite - subscription ( 3 years )

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  • Subscription ( 3 years )
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AutoCAD Revit MEP Suite combines Autodesk Revit MEP building information modeling (BIM) software with the widely used AutoCAD MEP software. This solution enables you to work in a familiar AutoCAD -based environment with AutoCAD MEP, while gaining the competitive advantages of BIM with Autodesk Revit MEP to support better decision making. Improve your drafting productivity and move to BIM at your own pace.

Autodesk Revit MEP software is the building information modeling (BIM) software for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineers, providing purpose-built tools for building systems design and analysis. With parametric change management technology, modifications are coordinated more consistently across the model. Choose from multiple auto-layout path suggestions to determine the best path for your design, or modify the auto-layouts and let Revit MEP create the appropriate ductwork and fittings automatically. It also offers the ability to change a schedule and automatically update the model is a key benefit of Revit MEP.

By using the rich building information model, with realistic, real-time design scenarios, MEP engineers can make better decisions and minimize design errors to fit a project's sustainability strategy. Autodesk Revit MEP provides support for green building extensible markup language (gbXML). Export the gbXML file for use with Autodesk sustainable building design and analysis solutions such as Autodesk Green Building Studio web-based energy analysis service and Autodesk Ecotect conceptual building performance analysis software, as well as third-party analysis applications. Create high-performance, sustainable buildings based on informed decisions from extensive analysis of heating and cooling loads, lighting/daylighting, thermal energy, and more.

Autodesk Revit MEP provides native integrated heating and cooling load analysis tools to help you perform energy analysis, evaluate system loads, and produce heating and cooling load reports for a project. Use heating and cooling load analysis information and intuitive 3D layout tools to create HVAC ductwork and systems. Lay out primary and secondary HVAC systems based on integrated, automatically propagated load calculation results. Route and size complex duct and pipe runs between any two points based on calculated loads and system requirements.

Once your air terminals and mechanical equipment are placed, you can create supply, return, and exhaust systems to connect the components of the air system. Use the System Browser to verify that all of the components are assigned to an air system. Layout Path tools let you specify routing parameters for ductwork, to view different layout path solutions, and to manually modify layout path solutions for the air system. Perform duct sizing using friction and/or velocity, equal friction, or static regain sizing methods using Revit MEP duct-sizing tools. The sizing methods used in Revit MEP use the ASHRAE database, which contains information about losses for various duct fittings.

Create single and multicircuit wiring for electrical devices, fixtures, and power receptacles automatically, using intuitive circuit creation and automated wire path layout tools. Increase coordination in your documentation and design layout with specific switch systems topology, independent of lighting circuits and wiring. Minimize design errors by using circuits to track loads, attached devices, and circuit lengths. Define wire types, voltage ranges and distribution systems to help ensure compatibility of electrical connections and prevent overloads and mismatched voltages.

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