loadmodeling.tool enables engineers to enter in an unlimited amount of detail into a projects load model. This is critical for final selections and system sizing as teams produce their construction documents. However, the platform is also optimized to provide quick answers with minimum inputs. Here are some examples of these quick automated workflows.

'No touch' Room by Room Results

  1. Create a new project defining the building type, location and energy code

  2. Import or create the building geometry in drawing.tool

  3. Export geometry to loadmodeling.tool

  4. Bypass all input pages and simply run the model from the Settings Page

  5. View Results!

Following the above workflow our platform automates the following settings to provide Room level results.

  • A standard template based on the building type is applied, this is shown on the properties panel next to each room name & number

  • Zones are automatically created in a one-to-one fashion with the rooms

  • Zones are assigned to the Ideal Air Loads system by default

The above workflow can be modified by adding any level of additional detail required. For example additional default templates can be assigned in drawing.tool, or the single default template assigned can be adjusted via the Room Templates. Any of these optional steps will further refine inputs and the resulting sizing information.

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