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Sustainable design software CYPECAD MEP
for steel structures

sustainable design software
sustainable design software
sustainable design software
sustainable design software
sustainable design software
sustainable design software
sustainable design software
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Characteristics

Type
sustainable design
Applications
for steel structures

Description

CYPECAD MEP is a program for the design of the envelope, distribution and services of the building using an integrated 3D model with the various elements of the building. The English version of CYPECAD MEP designs air conditioning installations and carries out dynamic fire simulations in buildings. More information on the design of the installation and how the simulation works can be found on the Air conditioning and Fire (FDS) webpages. CYPECAD MEP contemplates the following types of buildings: Household (detached, terraced, multi-family) Commercial, Administrative, Residential, Car park, Public attendance, Teaching, Hospital and Industrial. CYPECAD MEP can be located in the Building services group of the CYPE main program menu. All the building services in a single file: All the installations or checks contemplated by CYPECAD MEP can be introduced in a single file. The program contains several tabs at the bottom part of the screen where the specific data for each installation is introduced. The floors and construction elements that are defined are common to all the installations and can be introduced in any of the tabs of CYPECAD MEP. This way they are available for each installation without the need of having to define them several times. Floors can be copied or grouped, which saves a lot of time when there are floors which are the same or similar to one another.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.