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www.doe2.com

eQUEST® is a sophisticated, yet easy to use, freeware building energy use analysis tool that provides professional-level results with an affordable level of effort. eQUEST was designed to allow you to perform detailed comparative analysis of building designs and technologies by applying sophisticated building energy use ...

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DOE-2.2 - The current primary DOE-2 building energy simulation and cost calculation engine is DOE-2.2. You can review an Overview of DOE-2.2 and learn ...

www.doe2.com/equest

eQUEST the QUick Energy Simulation Tool. Something for everyone... Imagine a building energy simulation tool comprehensive enough to be useful to ALL ...

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TMY (Typical Meteorological Year, 238 locations, derived from US NOAAs NCDC TMY datasets). TMY2 (Typical Meteorological Year version 2, 238 locations, ...

openei.org/wiki/DOE-2_Building_Energy_Use_and_Cost_Analysis_Software

Sep 10, 2012 ... DOE-2 is a freeware building energy analysis program that can predict the energy use and cost for all types of buildings. DOE-2 uses a description of the building layout, constructions, operating schedules, conditioning systems ( lighting, HVAC, etc.) and utility rates provided by the user, along with weather ...

simulationresearch.lbl.gov/projects/doe2

DOE-2 is a computer program for the design of energy-efficient buildings. Developed for the U.S. Department of Energy by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's Simulation Research Group, DOE-2 calculates the hourly energy use and energy cost of a commercial or residential building given information about the ...

buildings.lbl.gov/sites/default/files/lbnl-18046.pdf

The DOE-2 Building Energy Analysis Program was designed to allow engineers and architects to perform design studies of whole-building energy use under actual weather conditions. Its development was guided by several objectives: 1) that the description of the building entered by the user be readily understood by ...

simulationresearch.lbl.gov/dirpubs/19735.pdf

OVERVIEW OF TIIE DOE2. BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS PROGRAM. Version 2.1D. B. Birdsall, W.F. Buhl, K.L. Ellington,. A.E. Erdem and F.C. VVinkelmann. Simulation Research Group. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. University of California. Berkeley, California 94720. February 1990. Summary. The DOE2 building ...

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features beyond the DOE-2's capability. The new modeling capabilities of EnergyPlus make it possible to model new and complex building technologies which cannot be modeled by other whole building energy simulation programs. On the other hand,. EnergyPlus models, especially with a large number of zones, run much.