DesignPH 2.0 can be used to manage a host of critical building information in order to simplify and streamline the energy modeling process. This session will introduce the topic of building ‘Assemblies’ and their relevant parameters in depth. We will cover the construction of whole-assembly U‑Values, how to evaluate assemblies using PHPP and other programs like THERM, as well as how to manage assembly data in DesignPH. We will review surface tagging to assign the correct exposure type as well as assembly tagging in order to ensure that the correct building data easily flows into the final PHPP model.
The course content and recording will be available to all attendees for 2 weeks and for one year for all NYPH Professional Members.
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