Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2019, Volume: 12, Issue: 6, Pages: 1-10
Kuldeep Mishra* and Amit Goel
*Author for correspondence
Department of Civil Engineering, Chandigarh University, Gharuan, Mohali − 140413, Punjab, India.
Email: [email protected]
Objectives: This study considers three different architectural shapes of High rise building with reference to energy efficiency (solar), area and maximum occupancy at the same location. Methods/Statistical Analysis: It involves best shape identification, then finding best orientation, and considers the eight different directions including for the front side of the building (having an opening for sunlight and sun path up to six months). For the best orientation, few major cities in Indiaviz.Chandigarh, Chennai, Kolkata, Jaipur and Bhopal for their suitability. This study involves utilizing Building models made in Revit and transfer to Green Building Studio (GBS) for advance analysis. Autodesk Revit has a few Building Performance Analysis (BPA) features so as to analyse a 100 metre tall structure with 25 floor building. This provides more detailed look at the essentials requirements of running an energy simulation from within Revit. This will incorporate an introduction to the new 3D energy determine in Revit 2017, the programmed zoning highlight in Revit 2017. Findings: By using different model, shapes are developed with the running an energy simulations in Revit and Green building studio. Different Type settings were attempted on the construct and display and with respect to the Energy simulation model to get the most effective and economical use of space, renewable energy and most preferable orientation and percentage of glazing and opening ratio of the building that leads to energy analysis. Applications: As the limitation of space and energy demand is increasing in India, pre-estimate of the resources requirement for high rise structure is important considering solar and weather condition of specific terrain.
Keywords: Building Performance Analysis (BPA), Cost, Insight-A360, Energy, Location, 3D-BIM
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