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Apr 25 2018

Free Lunch-N-Learn: IESVE NECB Navigator (coming soon) - Toronto

Toronto, Canada

We're pleased to be hosting a free Lunch-N-Learn event in Toronto on April 25th introducing our new NECB2011 Workflow Navigator for the IESVE-2018 (coming soon). This new Navigator will automatically generate the Canadian Reference Building, so demonstrating compliance in Canada couldn’t be easier. The new Navigator allows for the sizing, simulation, and reporting of a Building Design compared against the Reference Building while integrating the requirements of the National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings.

Plus, we'll demonstrate our HVAC Loads Analysis & Sizing tools available in IESVE. Our HVAC sizing tools uses ASHRAE-prescribed methods to generate accurate HVAC Loads for building, plant, system, zone and room; while simultaneously integrating two-way integration with today's BIM platforms

What will the session cover?

This session will provide an overview of the VE and specific applications that will enhance your energy modeling experience and results. Attendees will be provided with a Guidance Document on Modeling for NECB2011 with the VE2017.

12pm - 12:15pm: Registration

12:15pm - 12:45pm: Lunch & IESVE software overview presentation

12:45 - 1:15pm: Modeling for National Energy Code for Buildings (NECB) using IESVE

1:15pm - 2pm: HVAC Loads Analysis & Sizing using IESVE

2pm - 2:30pm: Q&A

About the NECB2011 Standard

The National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2011 (NECB) provides minimum requirements for the design and construction of energy-efficient buildings and covers the building envelope, systems and equipment for heating, ventilating and air-conditioning, service water heating, lighting, and the provision of electrical power systems and motors. It applies to new buildings and additions.

Loads Anaylsis & Sizing tools in IESVE

Move up to the best in loads analysis. From optimizing room and zone loads to detailed HVAC system and equipment sizing, the IES Virtual Environment offers the most practical, efficient, and accurate tools available. 

Efficiently input 3D geometry, envelope, internal gains, and location for accurate loads calculations. Share reports, gain insights from in-depth results analysis, and iterate on building design. Transition seamlessly into detailed HVAC system sizing and modeling.

  • Generate accurate building, room, and system loads for building design engineering and HVAC equipment sizing using the ASHRAE Heat Balance Method
  • 3D modeling of the building provides powerful visualization for easy checking/editing geometry and accounts for heat transfer between adjacent spaces  
  • Readily customizable templates speed the process of assigning relevant information—a quick and easy workflow that meets your daily needs while reducing potential for error
  • Solar shading, thermal mass, and self-shading of the building are taken into account to more accurately determine cooling loads for ‘right-sizing’ HVAC equipment
  • Standardized reports are easy to read and provide a range of useful engineering checks, including cfm/sf and sf/ton
  • Powerful analysis tools let you visualize detailed loads results and uncover opportunities for design optimization before and after defining the HVAC system.

Hacker You
485 Queen St W
Toronto
Ontario
Canada
M5V 2A9

Start: Apr 25, 2018 12:00:00 PM
End: Apr 25, 2018 2:30:00 PM
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