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Revit MEP: January Peak Cooling Loads

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

(Part of our ongoing series comparing features in Revit MEP and Design Master to make it clear why our software is better.)

Both Design Master HVAC and Revit MEP can calculate building cooling loads based upon the definition of the building.

Revit limits your calculations to April through November. Design Master HVAC allows you to calculate building loads for all 12 months of the year, from January all the way to December.

For most buildings, April through November is good enough. But if you have a building in California or Texas with a lot of southern facing glass, you might have a peak load in December or January.

Design Master HVAC will find that peak for you. Revit MEP won’t.

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