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HVAC (PART2) with Revit MEP & Practical Projects

your Practical Guide in the Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning with Programs & Layouts (A Complete Project Included)
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United Engineering
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Learn how to install a full free version of the Revit software !
Design any HVAC system for any type of buildings.
Design any HVAC shop drawings with the Revit software .
Use the Rivet Software to design the HVAC Ducts system layouts.
Use the Rivet Software to design Thermal loads calculations for any building.
Use the Rivet Software to design the Air terminals system for any building.
Read and Analyze any Revit architectural layout.
Design the chiller system with the Revit software.
Design the chiller controlling valves system with the Revit software.
Learn how to prepare the initial settings of the Revit project.
Learn how to link an architectural Revit project.
Learn how to handle the architectural ceilings and floors to be ready for the HVAC design.
Learn how to control the visibility graphics for any drawing of the building.
Design the piping system required for the chiller , the Air handing unit and the pump.
Learn some tricks and modifications on the ducts system design to overcome any interference in the design.
Create the spaces required for designing the HVAC project layout.
Create the tagging process for the spaces in your HVAC project layout.
Design the required zones inside each floor to distribute the HVAC air system.
Analyze the thermal loads report out of the Revit.
Learn how to work on the different routing preferences for the ducting system.
Learn how to set the different mechanical settings for the ducting system.
Learn how to create the shared parameters required for the tagging process.
Learn how to use the different annotation tools required to complete the air system drawing.
Learn how to put the shop drawing on the final template and to print it.
Learn how to use the different modification commands.
Design the chiller system required to feed the project on the Revit software.
Learn how to make the sizing operation required for the each duct in the system.
Learn how to make the sizing operation required for the each pipe in the system.

“Heat ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) is one of the most important system for any building design”.

Hello there,

  • If the word ‘HVAC’ baffles your mind and you want to master it, then this is for you.

  • If you want to start your career in HVAC design  and make money from it, then is for you.

  • If you want to learn how to design HVAC system for any Project, then this course is for you.

  • If you get bored of the word ‘this course is for you’, then this course is for you.

  • if you love the mechanical engineering

  • if your are a mechanical engineering student

Well, HVAC is becoming a widely-used word on everybody’s tongue, and this is reasonable as most the building designs must include the heating and ventilation requirements.

So we introduce to you the HEAT VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING Design course that you need in order to get your hand on the HVAC design as this course collects most of the knowledge that you’ll need in your journey.

We believe that the brain loves to keep the information that it finds applicable, and that’s what we’re doing here in UNITED ENGINEERING, we give you years of experience from our instructors that have been gathered in just one an interesting dose.

HVAC  also is a core branch in the mechanical engineering designing modules

Our course is structured as follows:

  1. Learn how to install a full free version of the Revit software !

  2. Take an overview on the Revit interface.

  3. Learn how to prepare the initial settings of the Revit project.

  4. learn how to link an architectural Revit project.

  5. Learn how to handle the architectural ceilings and floors to be ready for the HVAC design.

  6. Learn how to control the visibility graphics for any drawing of the building.

  7. Design the diffusers system layout on the suspended ceiling.

  8. Design the complete ducts system layout on the floor ceiling.

  9. Learn some tricks and modifications on the ducts system design to overcome any interference in the design .

  10. Create the spaces required for designing the HVAC project layout.

  11. Create the tagging process for the spaces in your HVAC project layout.

  12. make all the required thermal loads calculations with the Revit software.

  13. design the required zones inside each floor to distribute the HVAC air system.

  14. Analyze the thermal loads report out of the Revit.

  15. Learn how to work on the different routing preferences for the ducting system.

  16. Learn how to set the different mechanical settings for the ducting system.

  17. Learn how to create the shared parameters required for the tagging process.

  18. Learn how to use the different annotation tools required to complete the air system drawing.

  19. Learn how to put the shop drawing on the final template and to print it.

  20. Design the chiller system required to feed the project on the Revit software.

  21. Design the piping system required for the chiller , the Air handing unit and the pump.

  22. Learn how to make the sizing operation required for the each duct in the system.

  23. Learn how to make the sizing operation required for the each pipe in the system.

** At this course :

  • These tracks would be like a piece of cake to you.

  • We’ll take you from the Scratch of Designing and Analysis.

  • You’ll learn with practical exciting method in order to understand without being bored.

All you need is an open mind and the passion to be successful!

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Introduction

1
Overview on the Revit Interface
2
Prepare the project Initial Settings
3
Revit installation
4
Good Luck :)

Handling the Architectural Layout

1
Linking the First Revit HVAC Project
2
Handling the First Revit HVAC Project
3
Handing the Building Ceiling for the Ducts Design
4
Good Luck :)
5
Controlling the HVAC Ceilings Visibility Graphics

the Basics of the HVAC Air System Design

1
Positioning the Diffusers on the Suspended Ceiling_1
2
Positioning the Diffusers on the Suspended Ceiling_2
3
Applying modification on the HVAC Ducts_1
4
Good Luck :)
5
Applying modification on the HVAC Ducts_2

Designing the Building Thermal Loads

1
Tagging the Spaces of the Building Layout
2
Distributing the Rooms into Spaces & Zones
3
Calculating the Spaces Total Thermal Loads_1
4
Good Luck :)
5
Calculating the Spaces Total Thermal Loads_2
6
Analyzing the thermal Loads Report + Inserting the Diffusers

Designing the HVAC Ducts System

1
Design an HVAC Ducts System
2
Notes on the HVAC Ducts Design_1
3
Designing the Ducts Insulation and Inspection Systems
4
Good Luck :)
5
Notes on the HVAC Ducts Design_2
6
Ducts Design Routing Preferences
7
Ducts Design Mechanical Settings
8
Advanced Notes on the Ducts System Design

Designing the Shop Drawing Required Information

1
Tagging the Designed Drawing Elements
2
The Tagging Process by the Shared Parameters
3
the Usage of the Annotation Tool to Finish the Drawing
4
Good Luck :)
5
Adding the Drawing in the Final Template

---------------- the School Complete Project ----------------

1
Prepare Yourself for Designing the Complete HVAC Project

Handling the School Architectural Layout

1
Exploring the School Architectural Drawing
2
Handling the Ceilings & Floors for the HVAC Design_1
3
Handling the Ceilings & Floors for the HVAC Design_2
4
Handling the Ceilings View Range for the HVAC Design_2
5
handling the school architectural layout

Designing the School thermal Loads

1
Adding the Spaces Tags for the Ceilings
2
Designing the Zones Required for Each Floor
3
Calculating the Required Thermal Loads for each Space
4
Designing the School thermal Loads

Designing the School Supplying Air System

1
Positioning the AHU & the VAV Box
2
Designing the First Zone Air System
3
designing the supplying air system
4
Designing the Second Zone Air System
5
Designing the Third Zone Air System
6
Designing the VAV Boxes Input Ducts

Designing the School Return Air System

1
Designing the First Zone Return Air System_1
2
Designing the First Zone Return Air System_2
3
designing the return air system
4
Designing the Second Zone Return Air System_1
5
Designing the Second Zone Return Air System_2
6
Designing the Third Zone Return Air System

Finishing the Air System Layout

1
Modifying the Air System for One Space
2
Analyzing the Designed Ducts System_1
3
Analyzing the Designed Ducts System_2
4
Adding the Designed Drawing on its final Template

Chiller System Design

1
Designing the Chiller , Pump & AHU Piping System
2
Chiller Pipes Sizing and Controlling Valves
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