Energy Modelling Tools #1 (DEAP)

Energy Modelling Tools #1 (DEAP)

The ENEN9103 Energy Modelling Tools #1 (DEAP) module is designed to enable experienced building design professionals to develop knowledge and skill in the application of the Irish statutory Dwelling Energy Assessment Procedure (DEAP). DEAP is a simplified energy assessment tool used to demonstrate compliance with domestic building regulations and domestic building energy rating. It can also be applied to inform the design of Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) performance solutions in residential buildings.
 
The module assists learners to develop a critical understanding and knowledge of the DEAP energy tool and method including the conventions and guidance that the method relies upon to determine geometry, fabric, ventilation and heating systems inputs, and an array of conventional energy systems, renewable energy technologies and controls solutions.
 
The module develops skills and critical understanding of the energy assessment tool in the context of residential design applications, facilitating informed design decisions in relation to energy performance impacts from geometry, fabric, services and renewable systems toward achieving the NZEB design performance standard. It requires the application of the DEAP tool and method to explore, propose and determine case specific building, fabric systems and renewable solutions to validate energy compliance with performance standards.
 
These are selected posters of the ENEN9103 Energy Modelling Tools #1 (DEAP) module:
 
 
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    Energy Modelling Tools #1 (DEAP)