A holistic microclimate model

====== Example Models and Model Data ====== In this section, you will find a collection of different example models for ENVI-met (both .INX and .SIM files) and some example data from model simulations. Be aware that the sample model outputs can be huge in file size... <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px> \\ [[examples:urbanlayout|{{ ::examples:urbanlayout.png?nolink |}}]]</WRAP> //**Urban Layout**// The Urban Layout model is a small (100 x 100 x 20 Grids) model that shows a simple urban scene including the use of receptors. Data supplied: Model data and Sample Results [[examples:urbanlayout|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px>\\ [[examples:start|{{ ::examples:embassy_overview.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**German Foreign Embassy Berlin**// (empty) [[examples:start|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP clear></WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px> \\ [[examples:thermalcomfort|{{ ::examples:thermal_pic.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Thermal Comfort**// The Thermal Comfort Case Study is a small (200 x 190 x 30 Grids) model that was used to analyze minimal invasive climate adaptation strategies to mitigate urban excess heat. [[examples:thermalcomfort|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px>\\ [[examples:vegetation|{{ ::examples:veg_pic.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Vegetation**// The Vegetation Case Study is a small (100 x 60 x 30 Grids) model that was used to analyze the influence of different microclimates onto the tree vitality. [[examples:vegetation|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP clear></WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px> \\ [[examples:windflow|{{ ::examples:wf_area.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Windflow**// The Windflow Case Study is a complex (300 x 300 x 25 Grids) model that was used to analyze windflow within the city of Phoenix. [[examples:windflow|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px>\\ [[examples:solarradiation|{{ ::examples:rad_simgebiet.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Solar Radiation**// The Solar Radiation Case Study is a complex (1778 m x 1512 m x 784 m) model of Manhattan that was used to analyze solar access within the city. [[examples:solarradiation|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP clear></WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px> \\ [[examples:airpollution|{{ ::examples:ap_ozone_3d.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Air Pollution**// The Air Pollution Case Study is a complex (2000 x 1200 x 90 m) model that was used analyze the concentration and distribution of O3 in an urban area. [[examples:airpollution|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px>\\ [[examples:precipitation|{{ ::examples:prec.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Precipitation**// The Precipitation Case Study is a small model that was used to analyze the influence of precipitation onto vegetation and natural surfaces. [[examples:precipitation|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP clear></WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px> \\ [[examples:facades|{{ ::examples:facades_pic.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Facade Research**// The Vegetation Case Study is a small (50 x 50 x 30 Grids) model that was used analyze the different behaviors of a variety of façade materials. [[examples:facades|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px>\\ [[examples:insideoutside|{{ ::examples:bp_simgebiet.png?nolink |}}]] </WRAP> //**Case Study: Connecting Inside and Outside**// In the Connecting Inside & Outside Case Study, a small (40 x 40 x 30 Grids) model was used to analyze the different behaviors of a variety of façade materials and their influence on the building inside air temperature. [[examples:insideoutside|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP clear></WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px> \\ [[examples:start|{{ ::arrow.png?nolink 30 |}}]] </WRAP> //**to come...**// (empty) [[examples:start|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP box left 43%> <WRAP column 100px>\\ [[examples:start|{{ ::arrow.png?nolink 30 |}}]] </WRAP> //**to come...**// (empty) [[examples:start|Enter...]] </WRAP> <WRAP clear></WRAP>

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