Autodesk AutoCAD MEP is a new Autodesk product developed on the basis of AutoCAD software, which provides specialized facilities for designing construction projects. MEP stands for the three words M echanical, ie mechanical, E lectrical, meaning electrical and P lumbing, which means plumbing. Therefore, it is possible to design a variety of equipment in the building, both electrical and mechanical, as well as the design of the pipe path in this software.
Features and features of Autodesk AutoCAD MEP software:
-The familiar interface of AutoCAD software with the specialized tools required
-Designing and precise drawing of various types of construction equipment such as power grid, ventilation, lift, fire fighting equipment, pipe path
-Ability to automatically calculate the size of spaces
-Supports IFC data (stands for Industry Foundation Classes, meaning fundamental industry classes).
-The complete integration of other AutoCAD products, such as AutoCAD Architecture, Autocad Mechanical and Autocad Electrical, etc.
-The use of DWG technology and format for easy design exchange with high software
-Microsoft® Windows® 7 SP1 with Update KB4019990 (64-bit only)
-Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update KB2919355 (64-bit only)
-Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit only) (version 1803 or higher)
CPU:Basic:2.5–2.9 GHz processor
Recommended:3+ GHz processor
Multiple processors:Supported by the application
RAM:Basic:8 GB/Recommended:16 GB
Display Resolution:Conventional Displays:1920 x 1080 with True Color / High Resolution & 4K Displays:Resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 supported on Windows 10, 64-bit systems (with capable display card)
Disk space:Disk Space: 12GB
AutoCAD MEP 2020.0.1 Update Release Notes:
-Occasional crashes with grid edit on Door/Window Assembly.
General Update Content:
-Classification category names get silently duplicated with number suffix during copy and paste of multi-view blocks.
-Slow performance encountered during copy and paste of multi-view blocks with classification definitions having duplicated sub category names.
-In a rotated UCS, room tags are placed or rotated incorrectly during creation of a space.
Vertical Label Curve:
-Vertical label curve gets rotated during Plot when Plot upside-down option is selected.
-When a 2D section result is exploded, the objects are placed on the xref layer, instead of parent drawing layer.
-Slow performance when sychronizing project standards on projects that are hosted in the network.