anonymous
  • anonymous
I am doing a project on converting an existing building to energy efficient building can anyone please suggest me which software would be the best for analyzing the building.
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Preetha
  • Preetha
@edlevin Can you help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Autodesk Revit is good for building analysis. I myself am a mechanical engineer so I don't use it much as that is more along the lines of a civil engineer. I have seen demos on that software though and it is quite impressive on the type of energy analysis you can do. To use it efficiently and effectively though I would imagine there is a little bit of a learning curve, if you have any experience with it already though then you may be fine, but depends how much analysis you are looking for, Revit is used by professionals on everyday building applications.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh yeah I have heard about Autodesk Revit... but i don't have any experience with the software. Is there any good source you could please suggest me for the tutorials? and thanks for your advice

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anonymous
  • anonymous
There are some basic tutorials actually within the software, once you start it, it will have some very basic ones. If you want a good tutorial generally you would have to pay for them, there are some good ones online, I have used globaletraining.net before, great site, but like I said it costs money, otherwise the Autodesk wiki has some things but generally the wiki is more good for if you get stuck with something it will explain that technical part to you very well.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you so much for our response..:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
for analysis of structure 2 softwares are used by designers stadpro and revit ... however your analysis is regarding the green bui lding i wonder what sort of effect it may put on the structural component

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