2017.11.15 (Wednesday) Tutorial, Use Arch-sim and Energy+ in District Energy Modelling

2017.11.15 (Wednesday) Tutorial, Use Arch-sim and Energy+ in District Energy Modelling

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Eco Urban Lab Weekly Event
Syllabus (Every Wednesday / Thursday)

2017.11.3 Tutorial, Use Open Studio in SU /Green Studio in Revit (Video Conference, Soowon)
2017.11.9 (Thursday) Three Working Groups Meeting (All group leaders and members)

2017.11.15 (Wednesday) Tutorial, Use Arch-sim and Energy+ in District Energy Modelling (星期三)Arch-sim、 Energy+街区能耗模拟培训
2017.11.16 (Thursday) Tutorial, GIS based storm water management (星期四)基于GIS的暴雨管理培训

2017.11.22 (Wednesday) Tutorial, Use Envi-met in District Thermal Comfort Simulation (星期三)Envi-met街区热舒适性模拟培训
2017.11.23 (Thursday) Lecture, MPBN-material based urban modelling(星期四)基于材料的MPBN城市系统模拟讲座

2017.11.29 (Wednesday) Lecture, LID and Sponge City (星期三)LID低影响开发和海绵城市讲座
2017.11.30 (Thursday) Workshop, Sensing Urban Environment, Arduino / Raspberry Pi (星期四) Arduino / 树莓派 感知城市环境工作坊

2017.12.7 (Wednesday) Opening, EcoUrban Lab Week 
2017.12.14 (Thursday) Workshop, Digital Commons Smart City

2017.12.15 (Friday) Covestro Forum, Presentation(星期五)Covestro论坛
Faced with the huge revolution of technologies, architects, urban planners and engineers are challenged to collaborate with people from other disciplines. During this co-working process, ideas are usually driven by a systematic way of thinking, which demand the participants to understand, familiarize, or even command the knowledge out of his own profession. Eco Urban Lab provides a disciplinary platform for all to make urban design decisions through systemic and scientific processes with considerations of ecological, social or economic drivers behind. It’s a forward-looking perspective to see cities as inherently flow-driven spatial organizations, a form of urban metabolism. It deals with how ecological cities can be designed through promoting performance and system resiliency.

Participants’ Requirement
Eco Urban Lab is currently organizing several training sessions, opening to all students and researchers. The tutorials are mainly targeting towards environmental performance evaluation within a district or building scale, after the training, participants are invited to join three working groups leaded by EUR members.

Group 1, Urban Design Modelling
Tool Box: Grasshopper, Archsim, Energy Plus
1. Collect the basic information from the given site and case studies
2. Propose questions and establish a research design method
3. Generate a geometric model parametrically for performance simulation (walkability, microclimate, energy)
4. Perform solid analysis to estimate sustainable urban regeneration strategies

Group 2, Sponge City
Tool Box: Arc-Gis
1. Delineate the watershed and develop watershed management strategies
2. Establish a low impact management toolkit for the study site
3. Build a simple hydraulic GIS model to simulate storm water runoff
4. Perform an economic analysis to estimate the costs for the LID infrastructure system

Group 3, Smart City
Tool Box: Envi-Met, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Sensors
1. Build up three physical models of Lujiazui / Tokyo in Rhino, and Envi-met
2. Thermal Comfort Analysis
3. Sensing Urban Environment, prototype the urban district with IOT devices (Raspberry Pi / Arduino)
4. Combining the results of 2 and 3, propose an ideal Lujiazui model specifically addressing the lighting qualities and human behavior issues

The participants will have the opportunity to join the symposium in March, Tokyo, based on the performance evaluation.

MA Hui
email: mahui@tongji.edu.cn
tel: +86 21 6598 7790