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ADVANCE HVAC DESIGNING USING REVIT MEP

What you will learn

PLUMBING DESIGN ENGINEERS

PLUMBING FOR HEALTH CARE FACILITY

OXYGEN SYSTEMS

MEDICAL GASES

Description

In this course you will learn about designing of HVAC system of health care facility. You can study all standard used while designing of health care facilities and also design theese system using Revit in 3d. As you know that HVAC designing of health care facilities are more complex than normal residential and commercial building designing system. In health care facilities we can focus to improve indoor air quality.

In health care facilities we decrease the risk of movement of infected particles like you know that in patient room some patients are suffering from those types of diseases which can contaminate environment during they are sneezing and coughing. So, this contaminated air can move from one patient room to other rooms for that purpose we can create negative pressure class n rooms so that air cannot move to other area and contaminate air.


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Some patents are suffering from those diseases in which their immunity is very low so, the polluted air can harm them because their immunity is very low for that we can use HEPA filters and supply fresh and clean environment.

So, in this course you can learn about designing of AII rooms, Protective Environment rooms, emergency Rooms and others. For that we can Design all these rooms using Revit. In Revit we can calculate Colling and Heating Load as per ASHRAE standards and an also Do complete duct work with all calculations like tstic calculations of rooms using Excel sheets. This is one of the best courses of Designing HVAC of Health care facilities for Ever.

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Content

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction of HVAC in health care facility

HVAC SYSTEM REQUIREMENT IN HEALTHCARE FACILATIES
INFECTION CONTROL

ISOLATION ROOMS

ISOLATION ROOMS
Airborne infection isolation (AII)
Protective environment (PE)
classification affect HVAC designer

HVAC CONTROL PARAMETERS FOR ISOLATION ROOMS

factors affect the local concentration of particles
prevent the spread of airborne contaminants

ROOM PRESSURE CONTROL

class N rooms
Infection-Control and Ventilation Requirements for “AII” Rooms
Infection-Control and Ventilation Requirements for “AII” Rooms 2
Infection-Control and Ventilation Requirements for “AII” Rooms 3
Infection-Control and Ventilation Requirements for “AII” Rooms last

Load calculation of AII isolated room using Revit

inserting revit file
load calculation of class islation room
load calculation of class islation room 1
correction of load calculation of class islation room

duct work

placement of GRDs IN PATIENT ROOM