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Revit Electrical Modeling & Analysis – Intermediate

Product Method Length
Autodesk® Revit®
Classroom
1 Day

Course Description

Prerequisites: Familiarity with Windows based computer operating system & an understanding of AEC Building terminology is an asset.  It is preferred that students have completed the Autodesk Revit Modeling – Essentials course.

Expectations: Using the functionality of Autodesk Revit features, students learn to utilize the Revit tools specific to an electrical design workflow.

Topics Covered:

  • Using Levels & Grids as datum elements for the model
  • Setting up electrical & analytical discipline view properties
  • Creating electrical circuits, panels, cable tray, & conduit
  • Working with cable tray/conduit fittings, wiring, & accessories
  • Using the system browser
  • Managing panel schedules
  • Creating spaces
  • Managing electrical settings, load classifications, & demand factors
  • Working with system analysis tools
  • Adding component features, such as electrical equipment, devices, & lighting fixtures
  • Managing project design options