Energy3D

Energy3D

Energy 3D is a program that allows you to design home, building or whole village coincide with environmental energy rate and analyze their data.
Energy 3D is an energy tool from The Concord Consortium that allows you to design, build, and analyze homes and building-related to renewable energy.
Energy 3D support planning solar energy and heat solar energy and simulate its work and analyze the resulting data
The user has the ability to plan quickly and easily house with a real look and place it in a map and determine the energy consumption any time of the day and any place based on physical characteristics of the building, location, and environment.
PC requirement:
Processor Dual Core or recent, 1 gigs ram or more, windows 7 or better.
Advantage of the program:
  • Energy 3D has an easy interface so you can do your design with ease
  • Gives you a detailed thermal time graph and thermal map just like thermal cameras for an accurate evaluation
  • You can print your design with split pieces to design a physical model
  • It simulates twelve months of environmental effect for heat measurement and energy needed.
How it works:
  • Drag platform which is the first building icon on the left side to the design area and specifies its size.
  • Now to the next icon the wall drags it into the start point and click and move along to the endpoint to form one side wall repeat the process with the other sides as well.
  • Drag the floor into the design and fill the ground inside the wall.
  • Drag any type of ceiling you want and modify it as you like.
  • Now you can add windows and doors to the home and specify their sizes.
  • You can delete any part of the building if you find any mistake in your plan.
  • You can add environmental effects like shadows and rotation of the sun.
  • It allows for adding natural elements like trees and grass.
  • In the end, you can print the plan in the form of 2d divided parts for building models.
https://energy.concord.org/energy3d/installers/energy3d.exe

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