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Using the Revit Energy Analytical Model for Total Carbon Analysis from Concept to Detailed Design

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    Engagement with building designers indicates high levels of enthusiasm for using Revit software at different stages to analyze carbon emissions, from concept to detailed design. However, challenges remain in defining modeling practices that facilitate fast and accurate analysis. One solution to this is the Revit Energy Analytical Model, which allows us to analyze carbon while we design our buildings. While the Revit Energy Analytical Model is an intelligent method to transform architectural models into analytical information, the setup and model view can be unintuitive, and can be impacted by modeling practices. Join Autodesk and FenestraPro to learn about workflows and tools that simplify this process, and hear how they worked together to resolve many of these challenges. FenestraPro, a leading Autodesk Partner, has engaged with designers globally and developed tools that provide intuitive pathways for facade design in Revit software, empowering designers to understand carbon emissions throughout the design process.

    Key Learnings

    • Learn about the Revit Energy Analytical Model, the problems it solves, and how it is used for total carbon analysis.
    • Learn step-by-step workflows for creating, viewing, and checking the Energy Analytical Model, from concept to detailed design.
    • Hear about FenestraPro's experience with designers on overcoming key barriers, and adding value to what Revit offers today.
    • Discover the future of these tools and workflows and provide input to the Autodesk and FenestraPro development teams.