his course is a Advance course in REVIT MEP 2019. Those who want to learn REVIT MEP 2019 and understand its basics to Advance Level within minimum time shall take this course.
What you’ll learn
•CHILLER PLANT DESIGNING.
•Fire Protection system Designing
Who this course is for:
people having background of following field can do this course
WHAT MEP ENGINEERS SHOULD DEMAND FROM ARCHITECTURE
Heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems account for nearly 40% of the energy used in commercial buildings. The condition of your building envelope strongly influences HVAC system energy consumption and occupant comfort. Outlined below are strategies that can be used in buildings to conserve energ
Building Orientation Orientation of a building should be done for the climatic zone in which the building is situated. • Cold climates: The South facing side provides maximum solar gain. Locate the building’s axis on the East-West direction with its longest dimension facing the South. • Hot and dry climate: During summer, the North wall gets significant exposure, and the West side absorbs the maximum late afternoon heat. Similar to cold climates, longer walls of building should face North and South with longer axis along the East-West direction. • Warm and humid climate: In this climate, buildings should ideally be long and narrow to allow cross-ventilation. The optimum building orientation is somewhere along the east-west direction
Carrier Commercial Service is committed to timely customer-focused solutions, no matter the complexity. Our professional Consulting Engineers are available for support on building analysis, energy studies and Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) engineering design projects.
Our innovative and practical approach provides comprehensive HVAC integrations that can maximize energy savings, reduce cost and more.
•Engineering studies and schematic designs
•Design development documents for pricing
•Project assessments and resolution reports
•System Analysis and HVAC design
•Design / Build Services