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CEE 698-003: Sustainable Building Design and LEED WEEK 5 in Review February 18, 2008 Class Synopsis: Building and Energy Modeling Define modeling and discuss code requirements for modeling energy performance of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) components LEED credits and ASHRAE Standard 90.1 Introduction to computer modeling and software interfaces February 20, 2008 Class Synopsis: Electrical Systems and Lighting Design Discuss a building’s use of power and the development of different power systems. Determine goals of sustainable electrical systems. Introduce lighting terminology and lighting preferences in building design. Compare and contrast different lighting technologies (incandescent, fluorescent, etc.), and determine common costs/benefits. Assigned Reading (Found on Course Website): Allen, E. (2005). Seeing and Illumination. In How Building’s Work: The Natural Order of Architecture . (3 rd ed., pp.128-137). Oxford: New York.
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