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HVAC Solution Revit Add-in: Import Your Schematic HVAC Designs into Revit 2013 and Revit 2014
Lecture    MP1378
Joe Simmons
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Description

HVAC Solution is a schematic simulation tool used to determine and size HVAC components used in your Revit software projects. It also serves has a guide to help you connect your Revit software objects in the right order. Start off your project by choosing our Microsoft® Windows®-based drag-and-drop technology to lay out your project or begin by using one of our numerous wizards. Answer questions and build your air, hydronic hot and chilled water, steam, and control systems. Our intelligent objects and systems allow you to run what If scenarios and perform all the necessary HVAC system calculations. Once systems are created and calculated, you automatically select equipment from many of the equipment manufacturers in the HVAC industry. After all the equipment capacities have been determined, the schedules and schematics can be imported into Revit using the new Revit Add-in feature or you can map and transfer the data into the corresponding Revit families and automatically get your schedules created in Revit.

Key Learnings

  • Import a gbXML file from a loads program (Trane, Carrier, Elite CHVAC ) into HVAC Solution
  • Build your air handlers, airflow, hydronic, steam, and control schematics and optimize and run simulations on your systems
  • Automatically select equipment from HVAC manufacturers that meet capacities and create equipment and control schedules, BOMs and, DXF™ files
  • Use our Revit add-in to import your schedules and schematics into Revit MEP or place your data into Revit families

Speakers

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Joseph V. Simmons is a licensed professional engineer with over 30 years of experience. As one of the founders of HVAC Solution, he currently serves as vice president of business development. Joe is a recognized authority in the design of complicated HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) systems for commercial projects, including healthcare, education, recreation, housing, and government. Joe directed the design of some of the state of Utah's noteworthy projects. Joe recently assisted in helping engineers around the world with their designs using HVAC Solution as the platform. Joe was a past owner/principal in the firm Van Boerum & Frank Associates, Inc., one of the partners in HVAC Solution. Joe is also involved with other professional organizations, including the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and he is a current member of the gbXML (green building Extensible Markup Language) Committee. Joe is a graduate of the Brigham Young University College of Engineering, and he is sports fan and an avid outdoorsman.
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