Mugdha Mokashi, one of ArchEcology’s in-house energy efficiency experts, recently presented at the AIA Sustainability Slam 2017 in Seattle. It was a great platform to interact with individuals working in the field of sustainable design. The presentations were interesting and provided information on various sustainability initiatives in Seattle such as Healthy Materials Collaborative or the work in the field of Measurement and Verification.
Mugdha presented a comparison of three daylight simulation tools. The 7-minute brief presentation was intended to be a concise overview of the pros and cons of the three simulation tools. It provided a glimpse of the interface, the simulation process and the type of analyses and outputs provided by each tool. This comparison is helpful for design teams to decide which tool suits their needs for different design stages.
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