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id sigradi2009_833
authors Stoyanov, Momchil
year 2009
title Análise lumínica virtual de elementos construídos por meio de programação: exemplo de aplicação em software do tipo BIM [ Analysis of Virtual Elements Constructed by Means of Programming: The Example of BIM-Application Software]
source SIGraDi 2009 - Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 16-18, 2009
summary Daylighting is an important part of designing sustainably. Daylighting is the use of natural light for primary interior illumination. This reduces our need for artificial light within the space, thus reducing internal heat gain and energy use. Direct sunlight, once it enters the building, is not only light but heat, and that additional heat will need to be taken into account in your energy analysis." While Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010 (ARA) itself cannot perform the actual analysis, there are some ways to do that. This papper focuses on the study of parametric modeling using a BIM tool for daylighting analysis. This paper presents the first part of the building method of LUME, a plug-in maked whit C# programming language in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and ARA Software Developer Kit (SDK) package. The script accepts as its input a standard three dimensional model of building opening and his position on space.
keywords Script language; BIM; Revit Architecture; Energy analysis; Daylighting; Parametric design process
series SIGRADI
email stoianov@hotmail.com
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