In recent years there has been a gradual growing process of adoption of the new EU directives related to different topics in the field of construction. Consequently, professionals are forced to take care of different aspects in projects, which are related to limit performance requirements that the new buildings must ensure from the points of view of energy, acoustics, lighting and more in general of environmental and economic impacts. The present work deals with a new computational model (GEAR) dedicated to the multi-task simulation of buildings. GEAR is integrated with Archline XP (3D architectural CAD) so that the several configurations encountered are more easily implemented.

A new computational model: G.E.A.R. Graphical Expert Analytical Relations / Marini, Martino; Baccoli, R; Mastino C., C; Da Pos, V; Toth, Z.. - (2015), pp. 305-311. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2nd IBPSA-Italy conference Bozen-Bolzano tenutosi a Bozen-Bolzano nel 4th–6th February 2015.

A new computational model: G.E.A.R. Graphical Expert Analytical Relations

MARINI, Martino;
2015

Abstract

In recent years there has been a gradual growing process of adoption of the new EU directives related to different topics in the field of construction. Consequently, professionals are forced to take care of different aspects in projects, which are related to limit performance requirements that the new buildings must ensure from the points of view of energy, acoustics, lighting and more in general of environmental and economic impacts. The present work deals with a new computational model (GEAR) dedicated to the multi-task simulation of buildings. GEAR is integrated with Archline XP (3D architectural CAD) so that the several configurations encountered are more easily implemented.
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