BU684 Thermal modelling tools for houses (2023)

Abbreviation
BU684(2023)
Valid from
1/05/2023

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Bulletin
Format
PDF

Description

Thermal modelling software tools evaluate the impacts of design decisions on the likely thermal performance of a building.

Modelling is the best way to assess what it would be like to live or work in a building that is not yet built or renovated.

This bulletin covers thermal modelling tools for commercial and residential applications but has a focus on residential.

Scope

This Bulletin includes:

  1. Introduction
  2. Types of thermal modelling tools
    • Whole-building versus component tools
    • Multi-zone versus single-zone tools
    • Boundary conditions
  3. Using thermal modelling tools
    • How to use thermal modelling tools
    • Why use thermal modelling tools?
    • Who should use these tools?
    • When is it best to use these tools?
    • When should these tools not be used?
    • Getting the best results
  4. Selecting tools
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BU684 Thermal modelling tools for houses (2023)

Description

Thermal modelling software tools evaluate the impacts of design decisions on the likely thermal performance of a building.

Modelling is the best way to assess what it would be like to live or work in a building that is not yet built or renovated.

This bulletin covers thermal modelling tools for commercial and residential applications but has a focus on residential.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 387KB)
BU684 Thermal modelling tools for houses (2023)
Description

Thermal modelling software tools evaluate the impacts of design decisions on the likely thermal performance of a building.

Modelling is the best way to assess what it would be like to live or work in a building that is not yet built or renovated.

This bulletin covers thermal modelling tools for commercial and residential applications but has a focus on residential.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 387KB)
This resource does not cite any other resources.

BU684 Thermal modelling tools for houses (2023)

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