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21 Oct 2021
CAD

AutoCAD, a 3D computer-aided design software developed by Autodesk is utilized for planning manufacturing, product design and building designing. It can also be utilized to design plans for civil engineering. AutoCAD can be utilized to create 3D models and documents and drafts. Drawing in 2D, annotation features, as well as drafting, allow users to personalize texts as well as add dimension styles. connect data that comes from Microsoft Excel tables and spreadsheets to the drawings, and make use of dynamic blocks. To create realistic-looking renders of models users can include lighting and change the materials. Edges as well as shading and lighting are also controlled for the models in AutoCAD. You can also view the interior of your 3D designs through the app. AutoCAD lets users take data from PDF files , and give it to others to share while drawings and models are being examined. Customization of the interface speeds up model editing and can organize Plant 3D tools to make them easier accessibility.

HVAC for AutoCAD

Design Master HVAC is a complete draft and calculation software for ductwork program that is able to be used directly within HVAC CAD. Determine the specifications of your project as you draw them, then do calculations inside the program using those parameters. Make revisions that are accounted for throughout the design. Create your HVAC systems more quickly and accurately with Design Master. These AutoCAD alternative are a great option for those who require an expert software for creating engineering diagrams, 3D models and landscape designs however, you aren't ready to pay for extra features or utilize cracked versions.

Duct and Diffuser Layout

Intelligent ductwork can be drawn to respond to any changes in your design

Fittings can be added while you're drawing and modify them as you need to

Draw double-line ductwork just as easily as single-line

Lay out your diffusers and connect them to the ductwork

Create a diffuser calendar as you plan your project


Calculations for CFM and Sizing

You can size your entire system with one command using the criteria you've defined

To meet your sizing requirements Make duct-by-duct adjustments

Airflow distribution can be calculated based on the definition of your building and diffusers that you have in your project.

Calculations of Pressure Loss

You can calculate the drop in pressure when you press a button according to the layout of your device.

It is easy to make changes and recalculate without data entry

Automatically determine the critical path in your system

No need to manually enter third-party load calculations . It's now only one step.

Calculation of Heating and Cooling Loads

Fully define building location temperatures, building materials, temperature ranges and much more

Calculations are based on rooms that can be drawn directly on your architect's plans

Configure and assign zones

Create print-ready load calculation report, ventilation schedules, and psychrometrics based upon your building definition and system design

Compatibility of 3D Drafting BIM

Generate a full 3D model of your 2D layout

Export to IFC or DWG for Revit and Navisworks

Learn the reasons Will Davis, mechanical engineer at MEP Associates' office in Norman, OK, uses our software "for CAD I do, including BIM and 3D modeling." 



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