HVAC System Design with Revit MEP

Description

Are you a building services practitioner looking to expand your knowledge and learn the skills required to design heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems utilizing cutting-edge technology? Welcome to our comprehensive professional training course designed to advance your industry knowledge. The demand for qualified HVAC engineers that can effortlessly integrate Building Information Modeling (BIM) software like Revit MEP has never been stronger in today's dynamic construction and building sector. Our comprehensive course is precisely intended to provide you with the most up-to-date industry tools and techniques, transforming you into a highly sought-after professional in HVAC system design.

You will go on a transformative learning adventure that will cover a wide range of essential subjects during this course. You'll learn the fundamentals of HVAC systems, such as load calculations and equipment selection. This fundamental understanding serves as the foundation for your HVAC design skills. Mastering Revit MEP, the industry-standard BIM software for building design, is at the center of this course, and we will back it up with AutoCAD MEP to make sure we go through all possible areas of practice in this sector. You will learn how to create complicated 3D models, precisely design HVAC systems, and provide detailed documentation that accelerates the design and construction processes. Our hands-on approach guarantees that you not only understand the theory but also get practical experience, allowing you to successfully use what you've learned in real-world HVAC design projects.

As environmental sustainability and energy efficiency become more important in today's construction landscape, this course provides you with the tools you need to design HVAC systems that consume less energy and have a lower environmental impact. You'll investigate novel approaches and tactics for developing eco-friendly and sustainable solutions, distinguishing you as a forward-thinking HVAC engineer. As his profile provided here on this platform shows, our lecturer is an industry specialist with extensive expertise who will give you essential insights into the most recent trends and best practices. This direct experience will keep you at the forefront of the market, assuring your competitiveness and adaptability in an ever-changing area.

This course in HVAC system design with Revit provides a straight road to success, whether you want to develop your career within your present business or migrate to a new one. You are investing in your professional future by enrolling in this course. Take advantage of this chance to explore a world of possibilities in HVAC system design. Improve your career, design more effectively, and position yourself as a sought-after HVAC engineering specialist. Join our training today and begin on your road toward HVAC greatness!

Who is this course for?

To be able to succeed in this course, regardless of your industry, you must be proficient in computer use. To join this course, you must be or be related to:

  • HVAC Engineers and Technologists
  • MEP Engineers with experience in HVAC systems
  • Finalizing students in related faculties

If you do not fall into one of the above categories, Nziza Global will not be responsible for your learning experience.


What will you learn
  • Mixing AutoCAD MEP and Revit MEP according to the project prerequisites

  • HVAC Fundamentals and Building Information Modeling (BIM) Principles for HVAC Designers

  • Duct Sizing Calculations, System Optimization and Piping Systems

  • Equipment Selection, Heat Load calculation and analyzing system performance

  • Creation of complex HVAC systems and Implementation of specialty ductwork

  • Infection Control, Comfort & Air Quality and Medical Gas Systems in Hospital projects

  • Collaboration with Other Disciplines (architects, structural engineers, and other trades)

  • Clash Detection, model Coordination and project documentation

  • System Validation, Analysis and application of industry standards, codes, and regulations

Lessons

  • 18 Lessons
  • 10:38:13 Hours

  • Revit MEP User Interface, Navigation, and Basic Settings01:01:35
  • HVAC systems, Components, and Terminologies00:47:10
  • Understanding the concept of BIM and its application in HVAC design00:07:10
  • Setting up HVAC Project in Revit MEP00:58:57
  • Setting up HVAC Project in Revit MEP_200:36:48
  • Creating Spaces and Zones00:17:12
  • Equipment Selection and Performance Analysis00:58:09
  • Owner's Project Requirements_OPR00:23:04
  • Understanding ASHREA Standards00:50:22
  • Placing HVAC Components00:57:23
  • Ductwork Design00:50:25
  • Piping Systems00:10:34
  • Duct Sizing00:19:43
  • HVAC System Optimization00:24:17
  • Energy Efficiency Measures00:24:48
  • Advanced HVAC System Design00:41:02
  • Specialty Ductwork00:21:37
  • Detailing and Annotation00:27:57

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About lecturer

Facilitator

Tejeshkumar Bagul is a professional engineer who holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering with honors from the University of Texas at Arlington in the United States. As a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E) in the state of California, EIT in the Texas Board of Professional Engineers, and Licensed Chartered Engineer in the Institution of Engineers India, his professional expertise is registered by different world's renowned professional organisations.

He worked as a mechanical design engineer at Integral Group, Inc. in Oakland, California for almost two years until becoming general manager in charge of engineering at Analemma Group in Texas in February 2020. His areas of expertise include Thermal Engineering, HVAC Engineering, Reliability Engineering, and Machine Design, with a mastery of technological tools such as Deltek, Vision, AutoCAD, REVIT, and Trane Trace, to mention a few.

Tejesh is trusted by world-leading industry bodies, particularly in the United States and India, as evidenced by honors he has received from the American Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration Engineers (ASHRAE) since 2014. He began as a Vice-President of ASHRAE at the University of Texas at Arlington for master students in 2013, moved on to become the Technology Transfer Committee Chair of ASHRAE for the Pune Chapter in 2020, and is now the secretary of the American Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration Engineers (ASHRAE) Pune chapter, a position he has held since 2022.

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