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View Resource Technical and Economical Interest of Sustainable Refurbishment Technologies in France, Italy and Finland

An eight-page building simulation paper. The aim of the European SSHORT (Sustainable Social Housing Refurbishment Technologies) project is to increase and promote rational and efficient use of energy...
View Resource Using DOE 2.1E to Evaluate Green Building Construction Opportunities and Ventilation Design for Lotus School

An eight-page building simulation paper. In the standard design process of a building, total building simulation using building simulation software is encouraged to be incorporated into the design...
View Resource Use of Simulation in the Design of a Large Naturally Ventilated Commercial Office Building

An eight-page building simulation paper. The design for the new Federal Building for San Francisco includes an office tower that is to be naturally ventilated. The EnergyPlus thermal simulation...
View Resource Experience Testing EnergyPlus with the IEA HVAC BESTEST E100-E200 Series

An eight-page building simulation paper. The EnergyPlus building energy simulation software has been tested using the IEA HVAC BESTEST E100-E200 series of tests. The Volume 1 final report for the...
View Resource Lead-Safe Weatherization

A 327-page Training and Reference Manual for Weatherization Managers and Crews divided into modules for faster download and specialization. Access page NOTE:...
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