Empowering Students for Climate-Responsive Urban Planning
ENVI-met supports young students to become future leaders in climate-responsive urban planning. It provides them with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to create sustainable, resilient, and livable cities in the face of climate change.
There is no doubt that climate change will have negative impacts on the urban habitat. As an urban planner, architect, or landscape architect, you will have the opportunity to contribute to climate adaptation for the benefit of tomorrow’s life.
ENVI-met will assist you every step of the way. You will be able to explore and measure the climate impact of various urban design strategies and nature-based solutions to address climate challenges and enhance urban resilience. The ENVI-met student license provides support for developing professional and climate-friendly projects.
ENVI-met: Advancing Microclimate Simulation and Analysis for Students
ENVI-met: Advancing Microclimate Simulation and Analysis for Students Empowering Sustainable Design and Climate-Responsive Planning for Students
Three-dimensional solar and shadow simulations
Complex calculation of multiple reflections in the model environment
Dynamic boundary conditions for the analysis of building physics
Analysis of dispersion, transformation and deposition in urban areas
Holistic microclimate simulation
Pollutant dispersion modelling for the assessment of reactive and non-reactive gases under consideration of the microclimate
User-defined traffic emission profiles
Pollutant analysis based on customizable vehicle fleet emission factors
High-resolution simulation of façade and wall temperatures in direct interaction with the urban climate as well as estimation of building energy consumption
Exchange processes with green roofs and façades
High-resolution modeling of vegetated surfaces and their substrates, including heat and moisture transfer, as well as their interactions with the building
Green & Blue Technologies
Simulation of evapotranspiration, CO₂ intake and leaf temperature based on photosynthetic rate
Green wall modeling
Calculation of the radiative transfer of the vegetation layer, considering substrate layers and wall structures
Water mist simulation
Simulation of the cooling effect of fine water spray on air temperature
Wind speed and patterns in complex environments
Simulation of three-dimensional wind and turbulence fields
Effects on the flow field
Estimation of wind conditions at each point in the model, considering vegetation, thermal conditions and local weather
Outdoor thermal comfort
Thermal Comfort Indices
Calculation of different stationary bioclimatological Indices such as Physiological Equivalent Temperature (PET), SET* or Universal Thermal Climate Index (UTCI).
Dynamic Thermal Comfort
Simulation of biometeorological Processes and Thermal Comfort of moving pedestrians considering the constantly changing microclimatological boundary conditions.
Simulation of wind stress and tree damage
Illustration of the risk of mechanical damage to the branch level
Tree Site Assessment
Comprehensive analysis of microclimate growing conditions for existing or planned tree locations
Analysis of feedback between different “Green and Blue” technologies and the microclimate model
ENVI-met Student License
for graduate projects
Personal license for 2 PCs
Limited to one year, no renewal possible
Proof of enrolment mandatory
No parallel computing
No commercial use
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All products are delivered electronically.