IES’ expert trainer, Hans Dhargalkar, recently hosted a half-day CIBSE TM59 overheating analysis training session. These training sessions are becoming increasingly popular with our users, so we asked Hans to give us a rundown on the highlights of the last course held in July…
“The session was a great success, with a full room of 20 very interested and engaged participants”, Hans told us.
"It’s always a pleasure to meet many different users of the IESVE who are passionate about building simulation and performance analysis."
Launched last year, TM59 is relatively new guidance from CIBSE and building designers are still getting to grips with how to perform overheating analyses in line with this guidance. With very hot summers becoming more common in the UK, this type of analysis has never been more important for designers.
We had excellent feedback from the course with attendees commenting on the high standard of training materials and the attention-to-detail of the course.
The training covered the TM59 Guidance and gave the attendees a comprehensive understanding of how to conduct CIBSE TM59 overheating analyses using the IES Virtual Environment.
“It was very rewarding to see so many engaged and enthusiastic users attend who I am sure will go on to design better performing buildings with what they have learned on this course.” said Hans.
Spaces are filling up fast for our next two courses in Manchester and London. Book your place via the links below:
Manchester – 2nd October
London – 3rd October