Free Lunch-N-Learn: Heating and Cooling Load Calculations, HVAC Equipment Sizing and Florida Energy Code Compliance with IESVE - Orlando

Date Published

30th Oct 2019

Erin O'Brien
Marketing Co-Ordinator, IES

We're pleased to be hosting a free Lunch-N-Learn event in Orlando on 15th November 2019. During the session you will get an overview of Heating and Cooling Load Calculations, HVAC Equipment Sizing and Building Energy Modeling for Florida Energy Code Compliance with IESVE Software.

This session is suitable for both new and experienced users and is applicable for 1 hour PDH, approved by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.

What will the session cover? 
This session will provide an overview of the IESVE and specific applications that will enhance your energy modeling experience and results.

12:15 pm - 12:30 pm: Lunch Served and Overview Presentation of IESVE software
12:30 pm – 1pm: Loads Calculations and HVAC Sizing Demonstration
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm: Modeling for Florida Energy Code Compliance
1:30 pm - 1:45 pm: Q&A 

Florida Building Code Compliance with IESVE
IESVE Software is officially approved by the Florida Building Commission as an energy code compliance software tool.
The IESVE software utilizes the ASHRAE 90.1-2013 Energy Cost Budget compliance procedure as an alternative compliance method in the 2017 Florida Energy Code.

Loads Anaylsis & Sizing tools in IESVE
Move up to the best in loads analysis. From optimizing room and zone loads to detailed HVAC system and equipment sizing, the IES Virtual Environment offers the most practical, efficient, and accurate tools available.

Efficiently input 3D geometry, envelope, internal gains, and location for accurate loads calculations. Share reports, gain insights from in-depth results analysis, and iterate on building design. Transition seamlessly into detailed HVAC system sizing and modeling.

  • Generate accurate building, room, and system loads for building design engineering and HVAC equipment sizing using the ASHRAE Heat Balance Method
  • 3D modeling of the building provides powerful visualization for easy checking/editing geometry and accounts for heat transfer between adjacent spaces
  • Readily customizable templates speed the process of assigning relevant information—a quick and easy workflow that meets your daily needs while reducing potential for error
  • Solar shading, thermal mass, and self-shading of the building are taken into account to more accurately determine cooling loads for ‘right-sizing’ HVAC equipment
  • Standardized reports are easy to read and provide a range of useful engineering checks, including cfm/sf and sf/ton
  • Powerful analysis tools let you visualize detailed loads results and uncover opportunities for design optimization before and after defining the HVAC system.

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