Discussion on the Application of BIM Technology in HVAC Design

Qiansong Luo


With the sustained and steady growth of China’s economy, HVAC technology is becoming more and more advanced. BIM technology is used in ventilation and air conditioning design, which changes the limitations of traditional design. In the new period, it improves the construction efficiency and quality of HVAC engineering and optimizes the air conditioning performance. This paper mainly analyzes the application of BIM technology in HVAC design, and introduces the application of BIM technology in HVAC design in detail by introducing the characteristics of BIM technology. Keywords: BIM technology HVAC technology application Introduction: With the continuous development of information technology, HVAC design technology has also made continuous progress. In recent years, BIM technology has been used in HVAC design and played an important role. With the progress of the times and the development of science and technology, HVAC has appeared in people’s lives more frequently. The combination of BIM technology and HVAC design of air conditioning is conducive to promoting the connection between different professional fields in HVAC design and further improving HVAC design. Therefore, in order to give full play to the advantages of BIM technology in HVAC design, relevant departments and staff should strengthen the application research of BIM technology. However, there are many problems in the application of BIM technology, and the phenomenon of energy waste is serious, which is not conducive to China’s economic development. At present, the design of BIM technology in HVAC system must analyze the actual situation, pay attention to resource conservation and reduce environmental pollution.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/sssr.v4n2p120


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