The use of simulations to support the retrofitting of a dutch monastery, listed as a historic building and being re-used as an office building

LCM Itard, H Boender, W Zoon

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    Abstract

    This paper describes the use of simulations to support the renovation process of a monastery, that is listed as an historic building and is being re-used as an office building. No simulations were used in the creative phase of the process, partly because no suitable simulation tools are available. In the other phases of the design, several software tools were used to answer different kinds of questions. The paper describes the ways in which these tools were used and makes recommendations for consultants and software developers.
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    Title of host publicationProceedings of the conference Building performance simulation: a better support for the practice of today and tomorrow?
    EditorsM van der Voorde, LCM Itard, P de Wilde
    Place of PublicationDelft
    PublisherIBPSA-NVL
    Pages1-7
    Number of pages7
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Itard, LCM., Boender, H., & Zoon, W. (2005). The use of simulations to support the retrofitting of a dutch monastery, listed as a historic building and being re-used as an office building. In M. van der Voorde, LCM. Itard, & P. de Wilde (Eds.), Proceedings of the conference Building performance simulation: a better support for the practice of today and tomorrow? (pp. 1-7). IBPSA-NVL.