Intelligent Services For Energy-Efficient Design and Life Cycle Simulation

Project acronym: ISES ⎪ Project number: 288819 ⎪ Call identifier: FP7-ICT-2011-7 ⎪ Project coordinator: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

BIM for energy‐efficient Buildings

Joint Workshop of the EU Projects HESMOS – ISES – eeEmbedded at the BuildingSMART BIM week 2013

  • Location: Technische Universität München
  • Date: 9 October 2013
  • Synopsis: The use of BIM for cross‐domain tasks such as the achievement of efficient life‐cycle energy and cost performance of a built facility requires consideration of multiple information resources generated, maintained and exploited by various actors over a large number of years (6D BIM). Such resources include climate data, occupancy/activity data, producer data regarding pre‐fabricated or equipment components, stochastic approach for reliability and true sustainability and many more. Their management calls for an extended BIM‐based information framework, ICT platforms providing open access to advanced ICT methods and flexible and holistic involvement of a broad range of end users in the overall process. The workshop will present practical results and developed concepts from the European projects HESMOS (09/2010‐12/2013) and ISES (06/2011‐05/2014), addressing a number of aspects of the use of BIM for energy‐efficient design and sustainable life‐cycle management and BIM‐integrated air‐flow analysis from the Eurostar project SARA. This includes the development of an energy‐extended BIM platform (eeBIM), an enhanced Information Delivery (IDM/MVD) "BIM to energy" process and a set of advanced energy analysis, simulation, monitoring and cost estimation tools for various life‐cycle phases, from early design to facility management, refurbishment and retrofitting, bound together in a common, interoperable BIM‐based Virtual Energy Lab platform accessible via the Internet. Along with the presentation by speakers from industry and academia, live walk‐through of the achieved results will be shown and insight to the strategic goals of the just started large European Integrated Project (IP) eeEmbedded (10/2013‐09/2017) will be given. The presenting partners of the three projects feature a broad mix of academic institutions and BIM consultants, software vendors such as Nemetschek, RIB, DDS and SOFiSTiK, and industry partners from design (Obermeyer Planen + Beraten, Leonhardt, Andrä & Partner, Granlund Oy etc.) and construction (Royal BAM group, TRIMO Engineering, STRABAG AG), with special expertise in sustainable PPP project delivery.
  • Program committee:
    • Tuomas Laine (Granlund Oy, Helsinki, Finland)
    • Thomas Liebich (AEC3, Germany/UK)
    • Günther Liersch (Obermeyer Planen + Beraten, Munich, Germany)
    • Wolfgang Müller (RIB Software AG, Stuttgart, Germany)
    • Jorulv Rangnes (EPM Technology AS Jotne, Norway)
    • Raimar Scherer, Chair (Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany)
    • Bjørn Stangeland (Data Design System ASA, Oslo, Norway)
    • Rasso Steinmann (Nemetschek AG, Munich, Germany)
  • Attendees: More than 40 persons from academics, AEC and FM practice and building energy consultancy.

Program

  SESSION 1: HESMOS Presenters
1.1
  • Welcome (Presenter: Raimar J. Scherer, Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany)
  • Introduction to the HESMOS project – partners, objectives, main concepts (Presenter: Peter Katranuschkov, Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany)
  • Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden
  • Obermeyer Planen + Beraten, Munich, Germany
1.2 BIM‐based building energy management in the entire building life cycle ‐ concepts, results and introduction to demonstrator scenario (Presenter: Bastian Bort, BAM Deutschland, Stuttgart, Germany) BAM Deutschland, Stuttgart, Germany
1.3 BIM‐based energy simulations for early design (software demonstration) (Presenters: Marie-Christine Geißler, BAM Deutschland, Stuttgart, Germany; Ken Baumgärtel, Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany; René Hoch, Institute of Building Climatology and Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany)
  • Institute of Building Climatology and Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany
  • BAM Deutschland, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Obermeyer Planen+Beraten, Munich, Germany
  • Nemetschek, Bratislava, Slovakia
1.4 BIM‐based energy aware facility management support (software demonstration) (Presenters: Marie-Christine Geißler, BAM Deutschland, Stuttgart, Germany; Francisco Forns-Samso, Granlund Oy, Helsinki, Finland) Granlund Oy, Helsinki, Finland
1.5 From theory to practice: Lessons learned, modelling and implementation challenges and guidelines (Presenter: Matthias Weise, AEC3 Ltd., Germany / UK)
  • AEC3 Ltd., Germany / UK
  • Institute of Construction Informatics, Germany
  • Royal BAM Group, Netherlands
1.6 Wrap up (Presenter: Peter Katranuschkov, Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany)
  • Institute of Construction Informatics, Germany
  SESSION 2: ISES + eeEmbedded Presenters
2.1 Introduction to the ISES project – objectives, design and simulation cycles, grid computing, stochastic (Presenter: Peter Katranuschkov, Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany) Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany
2.2 Extending the HESMOS modelling framework: Services Framework for generic adoption of energy related resources in early design ‐ energy enhancement templates (Presenter: Costas Balaras, National Observatory of Athens, Greece)
  • Innovation Center Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • National Observatory of Athens, Greece
2.3 Extending BIM‐based simulation functionality via Cloud Computing and advanced computations tools (software demonstration) (Presenter: Matevz Dolenc; Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
  • SOFiSTiK Hellas, Athens, Greece
  • University Ljubljana, Slovenia
2.4 The BIM‐based approach of integrated building energy design and management – the Integrated EU Project eeEmbedded (Presenter: Raimar J. Scherer, Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany) Institute of Construction Informatics, TU Dresden, Germany

Photos

Technical Meeting before the Workshop

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Workshop snapshots

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