Monodraught Cool-phase

Cool-phase is a low energy cooling and ventilation system that creates a thermally comfortable, fresh and healthy indoor environment whilst reducing the energy consumption and running costs of buildings.

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Overview

  • Apply Cool-phase systems to your model directly from the Performance Components Library
  • Assess the performance and energy savings on your building model
  • Test different Cool-phase systems and look at respective efficiencies to choose the best product for your specific building
  • The Cool-phase Navigator provides a step-by-step, streamlined method for applying Cool-phase systems to your building
  • Demonstrate the potential and capabilities of Cool-phase’s low energy cooling and ventilation system

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Cool-phase Component Library

Cool-phase Component Library preview tab

Assigned Cool-phase room

Full component geometry on display

Cool-phase HVAC system schematic diagram

Technical Details

The ability to model Monodraught Cool-phase systems in the Virtual Environment is available as part of the VE 2013 Feature Pack 1 release.

The Cool-phases sytems are the latest edition to the Performance Components Library within the Virtual Environment. Performance components help architects and consultants deliver low maintenance, energy efficient designs within the built environment. Pre-built manufacturer assemblies can be imported to the Virtual Environment, providing a mix of geometry and thermal data as per manufacturer specification.

Using the VE Navigator for Monodraught Cool-Phase, components are imported to rooms and the pre configured Cool-Phase system is automatically created in ApacheHVAC with the room assigned.

There are three main options available to the user for Monodraught's cool-phase performance components, to suit the type of installation that would be required – Facia, Suspended Ceiling and Exposed Void.

User Guide
The Cool-phase User Guide provides a step-by-step guide to modelling with Cool-phase Components, from navigating the new performance catalogue, through to the import process for the placement of the components within a building model and assigning the appropriate ApacheHVAC profiles.