1359 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10018
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.
Training Fee: $471
This eight hour (1 day) hands-on training will build on the foundation established by Modeling 201 or Modeling 202 above, to enhance attendee modeling skills beyond the beginner level. The focus will be on the most common HVAC systems and related energy efficiency measures. The training is applicable to modeling both new and existing buildings.
The 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. Attendees do not need to bring a laptop to the training.
The training targets professionals with architectural and engineering backgrounds who would like to develop or enhance their energy modeling skills, get working knowledge of ASHRAE 90.1, improve their ability to review modeling-based submittals, or work with modelers more effectively on a team. The training also helps prepare for the ASHRAE Building Energy Modeling Professional (BEMP) certification.
Four years of experience in commercial building design, operation, maintenance, or related fields, or equivalent education. Familiarity with the ASHRAE Standard 90.1 and some experience with the building energy modeling. Please also refer to the Preparation section below.
Model the most common air-side HVAC systems
Model typical improvements to the most common air-side HVAC system
Troubleshoot and interpret energy models using eQUEST detailed and hourly reports
Increase modeling productivity with productivity tips and tricks
1) Attendees must have a laptop computer with eQUEST v 3.65 installed and working. eQUEST is free and can be downloaded here. You must have administrator privileges on your computer to install the software, thus we may not be able to help you do it at the training. Please contact us at least a week prior to the training if you need help installing eQUEST.
2) For remote attendees, the use of 2 monitors is highly encouraged to simulate the in-class experience. This will allow you to view the presenter's screen on one monitor, and use the second monitor to follow along with the exercises.
3) We recommend that you bring and use a mouse instead of using the laptop touchpad when working on the modeling exercise
4) We encourage attendees who are new to eQUEST to go over the eQUEST Introductory Tutorial prior to the training.
Continuing education credits are approved for: 7 AIA/CES Learning Units HSW/SD; 7 PDHs for PEs by proxy via AIA registration.