Using Building Energy Modeling To Devise An HVAC Plan
HVAC health care systems serve many functions, including air filtering, dilution, and removal of indoor pollutants through the level of air changes mandated code and outdoor air, and precision control of space temperature, moisture, and pressure. Continue reading to know energy simulation services (In Spanish “servicios de simulacin energtica”).
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Although it is very important to provide a healthy and comfortable environment for patients and staff, to become a high-performance HVAC system, they must achieve this with the most feasible energy-efficient method.
Building an energy model can help. They have been used for years to help design teams comply with local building codes, utility incentives, or programs outside the code such as LEED ranking systems.
Use of the energy model
In general, building energy models can be used for three different purposes, depending on how the model is built, the efforts needed to build it, and the value collected from it. They:
To demonstrate compliance: For decades, the energy model has been used to deviate from the prescriptive design criteria of the energy code by indicating that these irregularities will produce annual energy consumption of or less than those resulting from compliance with these criteria.
To inform design: The energy model can be used as a comparative analysis tool during the design process. The model can and has been used to evaluate the benefits of potential energy conservation measures, revealing building relations in a vote, identifying synergy to reduce the size of mechanical and electrical systems, and finding the highest potential impact area.