Alternative methods to determine pump & fan power has also been introduced which gives users the ability to specify:
Plat Loops & Equipment Reports now include all non-hydronic equipment. This includes DX Units, VRF Air/Water-source Units, Heat Pumps (A-A, A-W, W-W), Unitary Cooling System, Gas Furnaces, Generic Heat Source, Electric Heating Coils and DHW system data.
Significant speed enhancements to solar tracking algorithms, now making this comparable to traditional simulations. This includes for solar tracking through non-connected spaces or through deciduous trees.
Take a tour of all the latest features in IESVE 2019 below. New to the software? Visit our Virtual Environment page to discover more about our solutions for building energy modeling, HVAC loads sizing, building energy compliance and more.
The new schematic geometry wizard offers a quick simplified approach to geometry and model creation.
Easy import of pre-configured glazing assemblies.
New wizard-based approach for HVAC System(s) design.
A single-page energy simulation output report can be launched from VistaPro, which includes an overview of building energy model performance.
As part of IES’ ongoing commitment to providing energy code-compliance solutions in North America, IESVE Software is now certified by the Florida Building Commission for the 2017 Florida Energy Code.
A new AIA 2030 Challenge Navigator to upload detailed energy model data & results to the AIA 2030 DDx site.
Engineers & energy modelers have options to upload detailed energy model data & results to the AIA 2030 DDx site, with the same functionality integrated into various ASHRAE & IECC Navigators.
This 2-hour new features training session covers the latest features and enhancements from IESVE 2019 and some features you may have missed from previous releases.