Researchers at Cornell University use greenTEG`s U-Value Kit

Thomas Suesser and Timur Dogan at Cornell University’s Environmental Systems Lab used the gSKIN® U-Value Kit in their research. The goal of the research was to develop a new workflow to produce calibrated multi-zone energy models for future scenario assessment and to inform building retrofitting options. The gSKIN® U-Value Kit was used when construction assemblies where unknown.

Campus Energy Model: Using a Semi-Automated Workflow to Build Spatially Resolved Campus Building Energy Models for Climate Change and Net-Zero Scenario Evaluation. Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference San Francisco, CA, USA, Aug. 7-9, 2017

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