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Impact of Building Design Can be Understood Even Before the Shape is Defined
Can you explain what is meant by indicative actions provided by performance analysis vs. predictive actions?
Dr. Don McLean, Founder and CEO, Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES)
Question Originally Asked Here:
Performance analysis occurs at the early stages (i.e., indicative apple-with-apple comparisons to guide the design in the right direction), whereas predictive actions are those steps taken later on in the process (i.e., detailed analysis and simulations aimed at getting a figure as close to real life consumption as possible, using very detailed information for compliance, etc.).
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