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Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 9:23:42 PM | Heat loss calculation formula

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dcbrewer


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The company I work for wants me to get Revit to do a heat loss calculation based on how they do it by hand.  My first hangup is trying to get Revit to find the linear feet of exterior wall per room.  Is that even possible?  The rest of the calculation is pretty standard.  Heat loss/gain for Wall, window, door, infiltration, floor, roof, lights, people and equipment for each room.

 Any suggestions?

 Thanks in advance.


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Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 10:47:56 AM | Heat loss calculation formula

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There is a program called daysim that one can download off the web for free. will sort out all your heat loading calcs.  works well with revit

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Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 8:16:36 PM | Heat loss calculation formula

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Do you use load calc software after you have calculated the heat loss for the walls by hand?
If so have you tried export to gbxml? I use Trace load calc software this way, It exports the wall data to the program then I can set my wall, floor, roof & window U-values to what I need. This way all window and wall data is exact and wall direction is already set.

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Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 3:09:09 PM | Heat loss calculation formula

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Hi

dcbrewer

You solve problems from heat loss calculation, Heat loss/gain for Wall, window, door, infiltration, floor, roof, lights, people and equipment for each room. I have this formulate rand and pratice exeplefly. Confirm me in your interest.

I expect return Ok !

Grateful !

 

 


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