In partnership with Varkie Thomas Ph.D. of BEPAN.org, we're able to bring you in depth courses on energy modeling and building performance concepts. We'll be releasing courses over the next few months. Stay tuned!
Begin with the two courses posted below
|This course covers the basic principles required to understand building energy simulation. We'll dive into the building envelope and discuss materials, building surfaces and other related topics....|
|This course goes through Systems and plants.|
|Glass Buildings Building design today tries to maximize the percent glass of the envelope. The "outdoor type" working-living environment increases the productivity of its occupants which...|
|ASHRAE Standard 90.1 ASHRAE Std90 for the Envelope is very stringent and the percent glass now maximizes out at 40% (down from the previous 50%) while the trend in building design today is to try and...|
|CONTENTS Introduction (case studies and using energy programs) DOE21E Energy Program by USDOE eQUEST and the DOE2.2 Energy Program Energy-Plus Program by USDOE Trane's TRACE and Carrier's HAP Energy...|
|ABSTRACT The mechanical engineering design computer programs described in this paper include loads, ducts, and pipes. The pipes program analyzez both HVAC and plumbing...|
|1993 Project Proposal Introduction - Varkie C. Thomas, Ph.D., P.E. (Varkie Thomas has a Post-graduate Diploma (with distinction) and a Ph.D. in Industrial Management from Strathclyde University,...|
|1994 Project Proposal - by Varkie C. Thomas, Ph.D., P.E. INTRODUCTION Industrial Engineering Management is a branch of engineering management dealing with the optimization of complex processes or...|
|1994 Project Proposal - by Varkie C. Thomas, Ph.D., P.E. 1. SUMMARY This project will study the life-cycle of large and complex buildings. The long term objective is to re-...|
|All energy and loads programs have the necessary input data (envelope & air systems) for analyzing the stack effect of tall buildings. The eQUEST program is ideal because the building can be...|
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