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Autodesk Revit is building information modeling software for architects, landscape architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers , designers and contractors. The software allows users to design a building and structure and its components. 3D annotate the model with 2D drafting elements and access building information from the building model’s database.

Introduction

 

  • Learning Various Templates
  • Learning About Families
  • Learning Various Tools

3D Architectural Dawing

  • Setting Levels
  • Importing CAD & PDF to Revit.
  • Creating Floors, Walls, Windows and Roofs.
  • Setting Doors and Windows.

Designing MEP Systems

 

  • Heat load Calculation Using Revit.
  • Setting Ducts and Air Terminals.
  • Piping Systems.
  • Firefighting Systems.

 

Coordination Using Revit

  • Learning about Disciplines.
  • Learning Visibility Graphics.
  • Sections and 3D Views.

This is a design course for electrical, firefighting plumbing. Electrical design entails planning, creating, testing, or supervising the development and installation of electrical equipment, including lighting equipment, power systems, power distribution, fire and life safety systems, electronic components, and voice and data communications infrastructure. Typically, workers in this field are electrical engineers with bachelor’s or even master’s degrees in electrical engineering. The design of any fire-protection system is an exact science that takes into account a building’s use, occupancy, footprint, and even its other installed systems. Planning for fire protection involves an integrated approach in which system designers need to analyze building components as a total package. In most cases, the analysis needs to go beyond basic code compliance and the owner’s minimum legal responsibilities for providing protection.Plumbing design usually deals with water distribution and drainage systems, water efficiency, CP & Sanitary fixtures orientation design, waste water treatment process and fire fighting systems. The plumbing designer is involved with systems that overlap into the mechanical, civil & chemical engineering discipline. Plumbing designer is a key position to influence the water efficiency, sustainable site, energy, fire protection and pollution systems. The future of plumbing designing lies in the ability to design systems with the whole building in mind using, preserving and respecting the natural biospheric earth systems of recycling air, waste, and water.

Plumbing

  • Introduction to Water Supply
  • Drainage Systems.
  • Sanitary Fixtures and Fixture Units. 
  • Fundamental Concepts of Water supply
  • Fundamental Concepts of Drainage systems. 

Designing

  • Designing of Water Supply Systems.
  • Designing Drainage Systems.
  • Selection of Pumps

Fire Fighting

  • Fundamental Theories of Electrical. 
  • Voltage
  • Current Power Factor Concepts. 
  • Electrical Design Classifications.
  • Lighting Equipments.

Fire Fighting

  • Designing Fire fighting System.
  • Hydraulic Calculations
  • Pump Selection.

Electrical

  • Fundamental Theories of Electrical.
  • Voltage, Current Power Factor Concepts.
  • Electrical Design Classifications.
  • Lighting Equipments.

Design

  • Design of Lighting Equipments.
  • Electrical Load Distribution
  • Transformer and Generator Selection
  • Lightning Protection System.

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. In computing and especially in enterprise data centers, HVAC systems control the ambient environment (temperature, humidity, air flow, and air filtering) and must be planned for and operated along with other data center components such as computing hardware, cabling, data storage, fire protection, physical security systems and power. The selection of an HVAC contractor is an important step in planning a data center.

Introduction

 

  • Fundamentals
  • Modes of Heat Transfer
  • Sensible Heat
  • Latent Heat
  • Due point temperature
  • Humidity ratio

Basic Components of Air-Conditioning

  • Vapour Compression Cycle
  • Compressor
  • Condenser
  • Expansion Valve
  • Evaporator
  • Pressure – Enthalpy Chart
  • Refrigerant and Brines

Classification of Air-Conditioning System

  • Fundamentals
  • Modes of Heat Transfer
  • Sensible Heat
  • Latent Heat
  • Due point temperature
  • Humidity ratio

Air Distribution System

  • Duct
  • Definition
  • Terminology
  • Design consideration
  • Calculation of Number of sheets for Duct
  • Gauge selection for
  • Sheet Metal
  • Selection of Diffusers and
  • Grilles

Hydronic System

PIPES

  • Classification of Water Piping
  • Pipe sizing for chill water system

VALVE

  • Fittings & Valves used in the HVAC Piping System
  • Function of Valves

Pumps

  • Pump Head Calculation
  • Selection of Pump
  • Psychrometric Charts
  • Heat Load Calculation
  • Estimation and Costing
  • Pressure Calculation
  • District Cooling
  • Kitchen Ventilation
  • Installation Procedures
  • Green Building
  • Site Visit
  • Chiller Pipe Drawings
  • Heat load calculations using
  • HAP software and Excel sheets
  • Auto Cad Basic Training
  • How to use Mcquay Software

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