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Mehdi.Kardehi
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Exporting gbxml and importing it to E-20

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03-07-2014 12:12 AM

well as REVIT MEP heating and cooling calculations are very far away from reallity I was trying to export gbxml of my building to Carrier E20 and do the calcs in there and manually type them back into Revit

 

When I am trying to import the gbxml to E-20 I see the error attached?

 

Could any one help me with this please?

Or alternatively could someone tell me an accurate way of doing the heating and cooling loads using a third party software using Revit gbxml export?

 

With Thanks,

Mehdi

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Re: Exporting gbxml and importing it to E-20

03-07-2014 01:17 AM in reply to: Mehdi.Kardehi

OK I got to find an answer myself...I changed th U values of building construction and the process got performed and the spaces are imported to E-20...

The problem now is non of below is transfered from Revit to E-20

 

- Space application

- outdoor air flow

- building materials

- number of occupants

- project location

 

They only part which is imported properly is spaces dimensions!!!

Has anyone here tried this before?

What would be the best practice to do the heating and cooling load calculations properly.

 

If I want to enter all these values mannually I will blow the project budget!

 

Cheers,

Mehdi

 

 

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Mehdi.Kardehi
Posts: 132
Registered: ‎01-20-2014
Message 3 of 3 (76 Views)

Re: Exporting gbxml and importing it to E-20

03-10-2014 01:01 AM in reply to: Mehdi.Kardehi

No Answer yet?!! :smileyindifferent: How does everyone do their heating and cooling load calculations here?

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