Includes: 10 hours on-demand video Full lifetime access Skill level: All Levels Languages: Arabic Certificate of Completion What are the requirements? This training course introduces the fundamental skills in learning the Autodesk Revit MEP software Understand Arabic language This course is designed for beginners, and no previous experience is necessary to learn how to use Revit MEP … Continue reading Autodesk Revit MEP
Includes: 6.5 hours on-demand video 1 Article 10 Supplemental Resources Skill level: All Levels Languages: Arabic Full lifetime access Access on mobile and TV Certificate of Completion Sign Up What Will I Learn? Know about Building Information Modeling (BIM) Know about Building Performance Analysis (BPA) A way to get a free Autodesk software Energy Analysis using Revit … Continue reading Building Performance Analysis
Revit is one of the BIM Programs which provides several tools for engineers to participate in BIM projects. One of these tools is Worksharing / Coordination, which is considered a major concept of BIM projects between coworkers. All information about facility (walls, floors, ceilings, roofs....,etc.) could be found, and systems inside the facility which could be inspected … Continue reading Introduction to BIM using Revit MEP
After copied levels at architecture link file by Copy/Monitor command, start creating plans and RCP for the levels. 1- Create Plans From the Ribbon/ View/ Plan Views/ Floor Plan Choose the levels you want to be created Be sure you turn on the check box for not duplicating views, then click OK. 2- Create Reflected Ceiling Plans (RCP) From the … Continue reading Create Plans and RCP |Revit MEP 2016
The protection area of coverage of the sprinkler shall be established by multiplying the S dimension by the L dimension, as follows: A = S X L S = distance between 2 sprinklers on the branch line, or twice the distance between the end sprinkler and the wall L= distance between two branch lines on … Continue reading Protection Area of Coverage |Sprinklers FF system design
Figure 7-184.108.40.206 of the 1999 edition of NFPA 13 contains area/density curve from which the designer can select a design area and density appropriate for the occupancy hazard classification.
Sprinkler defined according to Orientation as: Concealed sprinkler Flush sprinkler Pendent Recessed Sidewall Upright