Modeling 101: Energy Modeling for Code Compliance, High Performance Buildings, and Building Retrofits, July 9, New York, NY

  • 9 June 2019
  • Start time : 09:00 AM
  • End time : 05:00 PM
  • Event Host : Karpman Consulting
  • Event Location : NYSERDA Office, 1359 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY, 10018, United States
Energy Modeling Training Course Karpman Consulting
Event Description

This training provides a general overview of energy modeling, including the following:

  • The history of whole building simulation and the underlying building science

  • Applications of energy modeling, including:

    • modeling as a design tool for new construction;

    • modeling in support of energy audits;

    • LEED certification;

    • participation in energy efficiency incentive programs and other programs for green buildings;

    • energy code compliance

  • Modeling protocols of ASHRAE Standard 90.1, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings

This training includes real life examples to illustrate the value of energy modeling. Attendees are engaged through multiple quizzes followed by group discussion of the answers.

This training targets building industry professionals who would like to learn more about energy modeling but do not plan to perform it themselves and those who do intend to perform the energy modeling but are new to the field and want to establish a foundation for further study. The training is of interest to design professionals including architects and engineers, building code officials, property owners, property managers, administrators of modeling-based incentive programs, professionals helping municipalities establish local energy codes, and LEED Accredited Professionals. This introductory course does not involve hands-on energy modeling exercises.

Learning Objectives

  • Name the common applications of energy modeling and describe each application

  • Describe the benefits of whole building energy simulation for new and existing buildings

  • Discuss key differences between energy modeling for new construction and existing buildings

  • Identify the modeling protocols of ASHRAE 90.1 and describe how they are used

  • Describe the process of developing building energy simulations, including key inputs and outputs

  • List several different simulation tools available on the market

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • Karpman Consulting
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Instructors

      Maria Karpman
      Nicholas Allen-Sandoz
  • Logistics / Parking
    • Prerequisite: Two years of experience in building design, operation, maintenance, or related fields, or equivalent education.
      Attendees do not need to bring a laptop to the training.
      This course is approved for: 7 AIA/CES Learning Units HSW/SD; 7 PDHs for PEs by proxy via AIA registration.
      Coffee will be provided. Attendees are responsible for their own lunch. There will be a lunch break, and there are numerous restaurants and cafes in the neighborhood.
  • Cost
    • Training Fee: $360
  • Event type
    • Training

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