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Revit Basic Mechanical/HVAC Modeling

Revit Basic Mechanical/HVAC Modeling


Simpliv LLC

Summary

Price
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£10 inc VAT (was £50)
Offer ends 31 March 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
3 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

About this Course
This course covers the basic principles of the Revit Mechanical HVAC and the Building Information Modeling (BIM) approach.

Understanding basics of Mechanical System like; supply, return, exhaust, outside system, etc. Learn about Hydronic Piping System like chilled water supply, chilled water return, hot water supply and hot water return, and Condensate drain piping. Creating and annotating construction documents like sheets, 2D CAD, 3D CAD, etc. Understanding work-sharing, creating HVAC and Hydronic systems with automatic duct and piping layouts can be learned.

HVAC plays a vital role, such as Cooling, Heating, and Ventilating. By Using BIM, we can easily understand, what is HVAC (Heating Ventilating, and Air-conditioning)System and the Basic Components for Mechanical System.
Career Opportunities:

If you are curious to know what your future could be in this area, below are some potential careers you could consider:

HVAC Modeler
REVIT/BIM Mechanical Modeler
HVAC Draftsman
Basic knowledge
To understand the basics of Mechanical System
To learn about Hydronic Piping System
To create and annotate Construction documents
To understand Scheduling, Documentation, and Work-Sharing
To create HVAC and Hydronic Systems with automatic duct and piping layouts

Description

What you will learn
Spaces & Zones
Systems
HVAC
Hydronic piping systems
Scheduling
Detailing
Documentation
Work-sharing
Presentation

If you are curious to know what your future could be in this area, below are some potential careers you could consider:

HVAC Modeler
REVIT/BIM Mechanical Modeler
HVAC Draftsman
Basic knowledge
To understand the basics of Mechanical System
To learn about Hydronic Piping System
To create and annotate Construction documents
To understand Scheduling, Documentation, and Work-Sharing
To create HVAC and Hydronic Systems with automatic duct and piping layouts

Curriculum

Spaces & Zones
Systems
HVAC
Hydronic Piping Systems
Scheduling
Detailing
Documentation
Work-Sharing
Presentations

Who is this course for?

Architecture students
Engineering students
Construction professionals in Architecture
Construction consultants

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