October 19, 2017
The second webinar will build right where the first stops. We will learn how to quantify performance of our designs in respect to Natural Ventilation and Pedestrian Comfort, using all Ladybug Tools in the process. We will focus on combined external/internal models for assessing NVP. We will also go through how to set up custom made function objects which will calculate important parameters for us, combining Rhino and BF/OF functionality. Finally, a simple indoor simulation study will be conducted to assess HVAC performance.
Date & Time: Thu, Oct 19, 2017; 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Learn More & Register: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/121334788735853314
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About the Presenter:
Theodore Galanos is Head of Building Physics and Computational Design at NEOPOLI. He is a holder of a Master’s degree in Industrial Ecology from the Technical University of Delft, Netherlands. Driven by his strong connection with the principles of Sustainability and their implementation in the built environment he joined NEAPOLI as the Head of Research & Building Physics Department. He is in charge of developing and implementing performance assessment frameworks and simulation tools for the built environment, focusing on energy optimisation, outdoor and indoor thermal comfort, natural and artificial lighting, wind assessment, and micro-climate optimisation. His industrial experience involves Government-led research projects, formed to assess Biofuel production capabilities, opportunities, and barriers in Malaysia, using the Life Cycle Analysis framework.
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