[Equest-users] Looking for Volunteer Project
bradpainting at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 14:54:46 PDT 2009
I was thinking I could contribute around 10-15 hours per week, but I'm
flexible. It's been a while since I used eQuest so I'll have to do some
refreshing, but I am reasonably comfortable with:
-Modeling the building shell, including footprint, zones, fenestration,
insulation, materials, etc. I did this for a LEED project in my last job so
I can also input the required baseline and design specs according to ASHRAE.
- I am somewhat comfortable inputting the HVAC system into the DD Wizard,
except I'm sometimes confused about modeling the fans and outside air-flow.
I don't have any experience editing items directly in the component tree or
spreadsheet, doing parametric runs, or performing utility analysis. I don't
have a specific area I want to learn about, but just get more practice
I modeled most of a small building in my last job, but unfortunately I
didn't get much feedback. My boss couldn't find an energy modeler that used
eQuest so they ended up redoing it in another program. Hopefully this gives
you an idea of where I am. Thanks again for the opportunity to work on this.
On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 2:47 PM, Brad Painting <bradpainting at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi, I'm interested in doing a couple days worth of volunteer work for an
> eQuest project. I have done a couple small projects (a 5,000 sq. foot
> training facility and the shell of a hotel), but I am trying to gain more
> experience, get some feedback, and maybe add something to my portfolio.
> If you have something you'd like help with, I could track my inputs to the
> model for further review. Or, if you have something slightly different in
> mind, I am open to different types of projects. Just let me know. You can
> find my resume<http://www.linkedin.com/pub/brad-painting-leed-a-p/15/579/300>at Linked In.
> Brad Painting, LEED AP
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