Building Energy Modeling (BEM) in action
The practice of Building Energy Modeling (BEM) involves the meticulous input of various data points pertaining to aspects like building layout, construction materials, local climate conditions, occupancy trends, and equipment specifications. The skillful integration of this data into energy models is of paramount importance.
A comprehensive grasp of building physics serves as the cornerstone for accurately simulating a building's energy performance. This encompasses a deep understanding of heat transfer principles, optimal building envelope designs, HVAC systems, lighting schemes, and other influential factors that directly impact energy consumption.
The Building Energy Model stands as an invaluable asset in the realm of energy efficiency and sustainable architectural design. By adeptly forecasting and quantifying energy performance, this tool becomes instrumental in shaping structures that are not only resource-efficient but also environmentally conscious. For further inquiries or additional insights, do not hesitate to reach out to PMTech IT - Smart Building. Building Energy Management.
Please refer to the provided sample project below, showcasing an instance of IDA ICE implementation.