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The responsibility of The AEC Associates Revit Modeling Services is not limited to just producing functionally efficient and aesthetically pleasing buildings in an era where energy resources are getting scarcer by the day and global warming has become a grave threat for the world. Developing energy analytical models in simulation can be a very good strategy for Revit Modeling services to ensure that the planned buildings are more energy-efficient and high performing throughout their life cycle. These energy models developed during the initial design phase allows designers to evaluate the future performance of the building, thus the design and composition of the structure can be altered to get the desired results. Following are some essential steps of the process for developing such a model.

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· Using building elements

It’s imperative to use building elements and other related design and structural information for developing an accurate energy model for the building.

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· Adding related information

In order to make the energy analytical model comprehensive and complete in every sense, one needs to add other important information, eg the climate and surroundings, site topography, chosen materials etc.

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· Critical information regarding building parts

It’s essential to add critical information regarding important building parts, eg the roof, walls, foundations and floors etc to make an energy analytical model accurate and complete.

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· Mastering Revit software

Getting well acquainted with the provisions of the Revit modeling software is necessary for the employees of Revit Modeling services to develop an effective energy analytical model. A tool like ‘Use building element mode’ needs to be used for setting the above mentioned elements as the basis of the design, for example.

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Revit Modeling services need to develop comprehensive, accurate energy models in order to produce energy efficient buildings with the ability to maintain their performance levels for a very long time. These models allow designers to notice the shortcomings in their designs and make necessary adjustments to get the desired results.

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