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Third International Workshop on Design in Civil and Environmental Engineering (DCCE3) Technical University of Denmark

Parametric Design and Analysis Framework with Integrated Dynamic Models
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Author:Kristoffer Negendahl (Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Date: 2014-08-22     Track: Main     Session: 1
DOI:10.5072/dtu:2887

In the wake of uncompromising requirements on building performance and the current emphasis on sustainability, including building energy and indoor environment, designing buildings involves elements of expertise of multiple disciplines. However, building performance analyses, including those of building energy and indoor environment, are generally confined to late in the design process. Consequence based design is a framework intended for the early design stage. It involves interdisciplinary expertise that secures validity and quality assurance with a simulationist while sustaining autonomous control with the building designer. Consequence based design is defined by the specific use of integrated dynamic modeling, which includes the parametric capabilities of a scripting tool and building simulation features of a building performance simulation tool. The framework can lead to enhanced awareness of building performance in the early stages of building design, thus improving energy performance and many other quantifiable performance objectives.