Course at a Glance

Audience

Students and professionals who are interested in learning how to use Autodesk Revit to conduct whole building energy analysis.
Industry: 
Building Design and Construction

Scope

Cost: 
Free
Accreditations: 
American Institute of Architects5 LUs
USGBC & GBCI5 CEUs
Duration: 
5 hours

Whole Building Energy Analysis with Revit Course

This Whole Building Energy Analysis with Revit course will teach you how to use Revit to conduct whole building energy analysis through the use of building elements and thermal properties. Starting with some basic energy simulations, then building on complexity, to show you how detailed you can make your model.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to use Revit for Energy Analysis in Building Elements Mode.
  • Build thermal properties into your Revit building elements for Energy Analysis.
  • Access and be able to interpret and compare Revit Energy Analysis results.
  • Verify the accuracy of your Energy Analysis Model.

If you are interested in taking all 7 individual courses in the High Performance Building Design series, we encourage you to, instead, register for the Building Performance Analysis Certificate, which offers the same 7 courses and will provide you with a certificate of completion.

Through a case study example, fundamental theory, quizzes, software exercises, and software documentation, learn actionable energy analysis workflows for Revit. This course will better prepare architects and engineers to conduct and understand energy analysis and the associated results. Users will learn to associate physical processes to energy simulation methods and perform actual software analyses to prove fluency.


Topics covered include workflow videos and datasets for energy analysis with conceptual constructions, building elements and customized thermal properties, interpreting results, and accessing and checking the Energy Analytical Model all in Autodesk Revit.


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Instructor

Stephanie
Egger
Autodesk
Stephanie Egger is a building scientist and engineer. She currently works on the Autodesk Sustainable Design team as the Building Scientist Education Expert. Over the past two years, she has contributed significantly to the creation and development of the Autodesk Building Performance Analysis Certificate, which teaches architects and engineers all over the world how to design more sustainable buildings using Autodesk software, and currently manages the program. Stephanie holds a Bachelor in Civil Engineering and a Master of Building Science.