In this OpenStudio tutorial, you will walk through the creation of a building from start to finish, just like it is done in the "real world". There is nothing else like this course! Not even close!
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Plus, you will learn quickly without dealing with the disruptions of a classroom. This course takes 2 days in a classroom environment, but some superstar users have finished it in 4 hours with great results.
You will start with a set of drawings and creat an OpenStudio file. You will draw the 3D building and then take the model to completion by adding HVAC systems, plants, economics and more.
Instead of telling you about "what the program does", we show you how to complete a real project step by step.
There is no other training/tutorial that will teach you this much, this efficiently.
Brief Course outline:
Import 2D Geometry
Create 3D Geometry in Sketcup
Add custom windows
Setup and view thermal zones
Set the weather file and location
Customize Construction Materials
Enter interior and exterior Loads
Define Space types
Assign Single zone systems
Implement VAV Systems
Create your own HVAC system
Customize output variables
Calculate and view results
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Select the course that fits your needs. Whether you need to learn TRACE 700, eQUEST or OpenStudio modeling, we've got you covered.
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Once you sign up the preview videos turn into high quality full length training videos. Test your knowledge through quizzes and example problems. After you pass, show off your certificate.
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Energy Models helps you build the skill set that will land you your dream job, or that much deserved promotion, nail your LEED model, or sell your equipment. AND you get GBCI credits.
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