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Andy Thomson
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since ‎2004-04-27
‎2024-05-31

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Some resources to learn Unmet Loads Analysis - this is when you run an energy model using EcoDesigner with NO mechanical equipment specified. What you want the Architecture/Fabric to do is keep internal temperatures from freezing or cooking your occu...
Currently EcoDesigner exports the Energy Evaluation performed to PHPP 9.6, but export is partial, and some values are calculated differently in Archicad/ED than what PHPP requires. This could be a quick fix/addition requiring few resources on Graphis...
I'm trying to assemble the sequence of basic polyhedra; tetrahedron, octahedron, hexahedron, icosahedron, dodecahedron. There are plenty of objects for GDL, but I have been trying to re-script one for coordinates input from origins at the centre, sta...
Can anyone instruct me as how to add a parameter that will allow the tapering of one end of a beam? (ie. bottom chord slopes upwards, top stays static/horizontal) I am especially interested in applying this to the 'Z Section Beam 11.gsm' object. I se...
Under no circumstance or setting that I have tried, can I get this radio button to become ungreyed such that I can select it (except with an ancient translator, but I cannot reproduce the settings in AC11). I do not want to export ArchiCad lineweight...
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Ontario Architect (OAA) specialized in BIM/BEM, building science, building economics, ecological architectural research, property development, net-zero affordable housing, off-grid, portable, prefabricated, contemporary architecture designed for extreme Canadian climates. Director of Thomson Architecture, OAA Executive Councillor, and past VP (Strategic) of the Ontario Association of Architects. Former R2000 program delivery agent, Energy Advisor, Evaluator and HRAI mechanical designer.