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Cambridge Building Energy & Environment Portal

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Architecture Software

Following software can be accessed via the Citrix server: http://applications.arct.cam.ac.uk To access it, students need to install the Citirix Receiver software from the link: http://www.citrix.com/clients/ and get an account from the architecture department. To get an account, they need to contact our computer officer, Stan W. Finney (Stan.Finney@aha.cam.ac.uk). Click the names for online information and tutorials.

 

To access it, students need to install the Citirix Receiver software from the link:
http://www.citrix.com/clients/ and get an account from the architecture department. To get an account, they need to contact our computer officer, Stan W. Finney (Stan.Finney@aha.cam.ac.uk).

Click the names for online information and tutorials.

 

Software

Functions Brief discussion
IES-VE thermal and daylight analysis test different design options, identify best passive solutions, compare low-carbon technologies, and draw conclusions on energy use, CO2 emissions, occupant comfort, light levels, airflow, Part L, BREEAM, LEED, EPC ratings
DesignBuilder building simulation simulation toolbox lets you model HVAC, daylighting, airflow, cost, energy and carbon. Optimise your solutions to meet design goals and maximise the benefits for your clients.
TRNSYS transient system simulation tool graphically based software environment used to simulate the behavior of transient systems
Ecotect sustainable design analysis Online energy, water, and carbon-emission analysis capabilities integrate with tools that enable you to visualize and simulate a building's performance within the context of its environment