[Bldg-sim] question about DGI calculation
Lars O. Grobe
grobe at gmx.net
Tue Feb 28 23:45:25 PST 2012
As long as you are looking into radiation, you can stay with Radiance
(just assign the wavelength ranges as needed to the - by default three -
channels). If you need to handle other, non-radiative energy transfers,
one option is to use ESP-r. This tool is a general building simulation
software, with an integrated interface to Radiance for daylighting
> I need to calculate the DGI for an office room. I know only RADIANCE
> as software that calculates this parameter including shading system
> model (positon, inclination, an so on).
> I would like to use a tool that can include thermal parameters like
> radiadion (W/m2).
> Whick kind of software could I use?
> Best regards
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