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A collaborative platform integrating multi-physical and neighborhood-aware building performance analysis driven by the optimized HOLISTEEC building design methodology

Abstract : The paper presents the technical developments made in the course of the HOLISTEEC project. HOLISTEEC is an EU FP7 project whose objective is to first, formalize a new optimized building design methodology, and second, to develop the software platform and modules that implement that design methodology. The paper focuses on the developments made on that software infrastructure that shall at the end of the project provide a BIM-based collaborative platform supporting the optimization of the building design in terms of performances and also enhancing the building design process itself. As an important driver for that optimized methodology the project sets a focus on the consideration of interactions between the building and its neighborhood as well as multi-physical aspects including energy, acoustics, lighting and environmental impact.
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H. Pruvost, R.J. Scherer, K. Linhard, G. Dangl, S. Robert, et al.. A collaborative platform integrating multi-physical and neighborhood-aware building performance analysis driven by the optimized HOLISTEEC building design methodology. eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction - Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Product and Process Modelling, ECPPM 2016, Sep 2016, Limassol, Cyprus. pp.339-348. ⟨cea-01843184⟩

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