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Learn & discover

In the next sections you will find a wide range of different support elements that will help you make your way through the ENVI_MET model system.

Tutorials

Our resources for you

Getting started guidance

Downloaded a trial version of ENVI_MET? Opening the software for the first time? Want to know how to begin? These are the videos for you.

  • 01 Getting started – 2:17
  • 02 Create a new work space and project – 1:22
  • 03 Database Logic – 2:40
  • 04 Database Tables and Manager – 3:30
  • 05 Design Spaces – 4:46
  • 06 Simulate – 3:01
  • 07 Analyse Leonardo – 5:00

01 Getting started

ENVI_MET – How to get started: Basic overview over the Headquarter and the generel work-flow

02 Create a new work space and project

Understanding the ENVI_MET Database Logic: How different database entries are compiled in your project.

03 Database Logic

Using the database manager: How to define own materials, plants and other items aswell organizing them in databases.

04 Database Tables and Manager

Using the database manager: How to define own materials, plants and other items aswell organizing them in databases.

05 Design Spaces

First introduction into SPACES: How to design area input files defining buildings, vegetation, materials and other urban items.

06 Simulate

Simulate a project: Manage your projects, create a configuration file and start a simulation.

07 Analyse Leonardo

Visualize your model results: Analyse meteorological, building physics, vegetation vitality data and create 2D and 3D maps as well as time series.

Software Tutorials

Learn the ENVI_MET basics or improve your skills with tutorials designed to inspire.

  • Windvector in LEONARDO – 0:41
  • Airtemperature in LEONARDO – 0:28
  • Winterrelease AW 2017 – 2:07
  • Map Illustration in LEONARDO – 2:31
  • Editing colour palette in LEONARDO – 2:38
  • Creating new materials – 2:01
  • Creating new walls with the DB Manager – 1:32
  • Model chain – 1:09
  • Creating new simple plants – 1:10
  • Adapting plants in Albero – 1:58
  • Creating a new plant in Albero – 1:55
  • ENVI_MET: 2 Digitalization 2.5D & 3D mode with SPACES
  • ENVI_MET: SPACES, Part I – 3:57
  • ENVI_MET: SPACES, Part II – 4:07

ENVI_MET: Windvector in LEONARDO

How to display wind vectors in LEONARDO

ENVI_MET: Airtemperature in LEONARDO

How to display air temperature in LEONARDO

ENVI_MET: Winterrelease AW 2017

How to analyse single surface grids in 2D with LEONARDO

ENVI_MET: Map Illustration in LEONARDO

How to illustrate difference maps with LEONARDO

ENVI_MET: Editing colour palette in LEONARDO

How edit your color palette in LEONARDO

ENVI_MET: Creating new materials

How to create new materials

ENVI_MET: Creating new walls in LEONARDO

How to create new walls

ENVI_MET: Model chain

Our model chain

ENVI_MET: Creating new simple plants

How to create a new plant

ENVI_MET: Adapting plants in Albero

How to adapt a 3D plant in Albero

ENVI_MET: Creating a new plant in Albero

How to create a new empty plant in Albero

ENVI_MET: 2 Digitalization 2.5D & 3D mode with SPACES

This tutorial explains the differences of SPACES´s two digitalization modes – the 2.5D and 3D mode – and what to consider while using them.

ENVI_MET: Spaces, Part I

This tutorial concentrates on challenges you might be confronted with and things you have to keep in mind while digitizing your model area in SPACES. This first part explains how to set up your model area and digitize buildings and vegetation.

ENVI_MET: Spaces, Part II

In the second part of our SPACES-tutorial, we explain the easiest way for digitizing surfaces and how to use the 3D detailed design mode to apply other materials to walls and digitize windows.

ENVI_MET: Boundary Conditions

In this tutorial you get an overview over ENVI_met´s model structure by showing the one-dimensional boundary model as well as the 3-dimensional core model. Additionally, the different available boundary conditions – open, cyclic and simple forcing – will be explained.

Model examples

Coming soon.