Full Forcing Manager
Learn how to define diurnal boundary conditions for various meteorological parameters over many days or months.
Rhino / Grasshopper Plugin
Brief introduction to how this plugin enables users to convert Rhino 3-D designs to ENVI-met model areas and run simulations without even opening the ENVI-met software suite.
Model Geometry – Vegetation
Go into further detail about ENVI-met’s model geometry and learn how to modify the physical parameters of different types of vegetation.
An overview of ENVI-met’s model structure and exploration of both the one-dimensional boundary model and the three-dimensional core model. In addition, the different available boundary conditions – open, cyclic, and simple forcing – will be explained.
Winter Release 2019
ENVI-met version 4.4.4 brings the possibility of simulating simple precipitation effects in your model area. Aswell it allows for new output options, the use of TRY weather data files, and new improvements to user functionality.
All of the main features of version 4.4.4 are covered here in this video.
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.
Welcome to our teaser for the upcoming series: Unfolded – a complete guide to the ENVI-met software.
Starting from the Scratch
In this video, we introduce you to the ENVI-met software, show you around the model area we will be using throughout the series, describe the database system within ENVI-met, and help you to set up a new project.
Building and Materials
In this video, we cover materials and show the different kinds of materials that ENVI-met offers. As well you get an introduction how to create your own materials.
In this video, we show how walls work in the Database Manager and how to create your own walls. As well the functionality of the multiple node model is explained and how to average parameter values to simulate walls containing more than 3 materials.
Soils and Profiles
In this video we cover soils and soil profiles and show how both work in the Database Manager as well as how to create your own custom soils and profiles in ENVI-met.
We also explain all of the parameters that define soils and soil profiles.
In this video we cover simple plants and show how they work in the Database Manager. In the process, we also explain the parameters that define simple plants in ENVI-met.
Façade and Roof Greening
In this video we explain façade and roof greening and show how greening profiles work in the Database Manager as well as explain the parameter values associated with both the soil/substrate layer and the vegetation layer.
Pollutions and Sources, Part I
In this video we explain how pollution and pollution source profiles work in ENVI-met. Source profiles in ENVI-met allow the user to create and analyze particulate generating sources within the model area.
Pollutions and Sources, Part II
In this second part of the Pollution and Sources feature, we explain the “Traffic Tools” portion of a pollution source profile. This feature allows the user to create a specific and accurate pollution source profile based on custom traffic patterns and vehicle pollution values.
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.
Spaces – Part 1
An introduction to the challenges a user may encounter and things to keep in mind when digitizing a model area. This tutorial explains how to set up a model area and digitize both buildings and vegetation.
Spaces – Part 2
An explanation of workflow efficiency when digitizing surfaces and how to use the 3-D “Detailed Design” mode for applying materials to walls and windows.
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.
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.