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Autodesk Revit MEP - Modelling for Analysis

( Duration: 1 Day )

In Autodesk Revit MEP - Modelling for Analysis training course, you will understand the difference between Revit design models and Revit analysis models. The course takes you through the construction of an analytical model, how linked data is handled, reviewing and adding additional energy related data, performing a heating and cooling loads analysis, and gbXML export.

  • Those considering this Autodesk Revit MEP - Modelling for Analysis workshop should attend the Revit MEP Essentials course and either the mechanical or electrical design modules OR have suitable experience using Revit for a minimum of three months.



Managing the relevant location within the Revit environment

  • Site coordinates
  • Project address and weather stations

Building design models and Energy models

  • Understanding the difference
  • Considerations when preparing an Energy model

Working with Revit models for analysis

  • Preparing bounding elements for creating spaces
  • Simplifying elements for analysis
  • Reviewing thermal properties in a Revit Architecture model
  • Thermal properties and overrides within Revit MEP

Understanding analytical model adjacencies

  • Creating and reviewing spaces
  • Reviewing the analytical model
  • Reviewing the analytical surface schema

Data for analysis

  • Preparing spaces and zones with energy related data

Energy settings and export complexity


gbXML export

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