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Phil Nower

MP1429: Get Pumped Up: Pressure Pipe System Curves, Power Loads, and P&ID Validation

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Create a model-driven hydraulic interactive system curve
  • Develop a model so that power requirements can be derived from it
  • Validate the Revit model by using a Revit P&ID
  • Describe different ways to improve workflows by changing how information is disseminated throughout the team

Description

Description

It's time to step it up with our Revit® software pressurized pipe systems. Using examples drawn directly from projects done in Revit, we cover how to build a model-driven hydraulic system curve (static and friction head loss), set up system coefficient connection settings, produce pipe pressure loss reports, determine the power loads of the system, and validate the Revit model using a Revit piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID). We explain how you can save time and bring your projects in under budget by streamlining workflows and applying better methods for disseminating information to the team.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Mechanical designers, project managers, and BIM coordinators

Speakers

Speakers

Phil Nower

Phil Nower has been 3D Modeling since 1989, he started to produce parametric spreadsheet-driven models with Mechanical Desktop for the petroleum and chemical industries. He is now the lead 3D Model Coordinator for Hazen and Sawyer, using, AutoCAD MEP, Revit and Navisworks as a primary platform. He now also does BIM Coordination for Industrial, Commercial and Medical 3D projects throughout the Northeast which demands developing and understanding BIM Implementation Plans that organize BIM throughout the main three phases of a project, Design, Construction and finally meets the Owner's needs.

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Published

  • 2013
  • MP1429
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Building Design Suite

Industries

  • Buildings
  • Engineering Services Providers
  • Construction Services

Topics

  • MEP Engineering and Design