Unfolded – the Complete Guide
This series will take you through every single step and function of the software, from the setup of a work area, to the creation of a simulation, to analyzing the data from your project, and everything in between.
Dive into greater detail about the different programmes and tools that ENVI-met offers.
ENVI_MET guided tutorials for SketchUp, Grasshopper/Rhino and Morpho plugins.
The Database Manager allows the central management of surfaces, soils, sources and simple plants. Walls and roofs can be modelled, specifying different layers, in order to take into account the thermal characteristic of the surrounding building volumes.
This feature allows users to create model areas and resulting input files (.INX) needed to run a simulation. There are a variety of tools for modeling elements such as buildings, vegetation, surfaces and pollutants.
ENVI-met simulation output can be accessed using Leonardo, which offers a wide array of features to analyze the data and visualize the site performance of the model environment.
With ALBERO, the user can simulate complex three-dimensional plants and manage both their properties and appearance. This also enables the creation of new plants to emulate specific species of interest, accounting for features such as root shape, canopy size, leaf area index, leaf albedo and the ability to distinguish between evergreen and deciduous species.