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Parametric Natural Ventilation Simulation with Real-time Geometric Feedback (Nat-Vent)

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id sigradi2012_83
authors Valdes, Francisco; Sun, Yuming
year 2012
title Parametric Natural Ventilation Simulation with Real-time Geometric Feedback (Nat-Vent)
source SIGraDi 2012 [Proceedings of the 16th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Brasil - Fortaleza 13-16 November 2012, pp. 436-439
summary Nat-Vent is a modeling system to parametrically simulate natural ventilation of buildings in early stages of design. The Nat-Vent approach comprehends a set of architecture design tools that were connected to an equation solver through a Model Based System Engineering tool (SysML). SysML, which is a general purpose modeling language for systems engineering, is able to mathematically interoperate between architects and engineers while keeping model consistency between them. This implementation enhances the architectural side of design by offering a simple ventilation tool that can be used by architects and engineers, and also delivers geometric feedback from ventilation performance-based decisions.
keywords parametric modeling; building technology; natural ventilation simulation; interoperability in building design; Model Based System Engineering.
series sigradi
email fvaldes6@gatech.edu
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