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"Declan, The issue with UMI-UWG interoperability is that third-party interoperability…"

Cody Rose replied Mar 22 to UMI and UWG

5 Mar 23
Reply by Declan Fay

"Strictly speaking, UMI doesn't actually understand "fuel" at all - it just performs…"

Cody Rose replied Mar 16 to Assigning Fuel Sources to End Uses

3 Mar 16
Reply by Cody Rose

"Unfortunately, UMI doesn't allow the explicit assignment of fuel types to end uses -…"

Cody Rose replied Mar 16 to Assigning Fuel Sources to End Uses

3 Mar 16
Reply by Cody Rose

"Declan, Unfortunately, that functionality has since been removed from UMI. The proje…"

Cody Rose replied Mar 13 to UMI and UWG

5 Mar 23
Reply by Declan Fay

"Yes, please see this user guide page: http://urbanmodellinginterface.ning.com/page/c…"

Cody Rose replied Mar 8 to Weather data file imported

1 Mar 8
Reply by Cody Rose

"Yes, wind effects only matter for natural ventilation simulations. I don't know abou…"

Cody Rose replied Feb 28 to Wind and afn in Ventilation tab.

1 Feb 28
Reply by Cody Rose

""Operable area" refers to the portion of the window that occupants can open. It's on…"

Cody Rose replied Feb 21 to Templates: Zone Information_Buildings

2 Feb 21
Reply by Yoann Gorostiaga

"It's very strange that it would suddenly stop working. Often times, the last error y…"

Cody Rose replied Jan 4 to umi energy error

2 Jan 5
Reply by Manousos Syngelakis

"Sorry you're having trouble. To clarify, do you mean that you cannot access a partic…"

Cody Rose replied Dec 7, 2016 to Example's page not working

3 Jan 28
Reply by Pablo Gomez Rodriguez

"Pitched roofs are not supported at this time. (You can define them, but the results…"

Cody Rose replied Nov 29, 2016 to Modelling of buildings

9 Nov 29, 2016
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In Short

Umi is a Rhino-based design environment for architects and urban planners interested in modeling the environmental performance of neighborhoods and cities with respect to operational and embodied energy use, walkability and daylighting potential. Since 2012, Umi has been  developed by the Sustainable Design Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with support from a National Science Foundation EFRI_SEED project, the MIT Energy Initiative, the Kuwait-MIT Center, the Center for Complex Engineering Systems (CCES) at KACST and MIT, Transsolar Climate Engineering and United Technologies Corporation. Further tool developed is now also being conducted at the Environmental Systems Lab at Cornell University.

A first public version of Umi was released during a public symposium on Sustainable Urban Design on May 6th 2013 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Version 2.0, which also includes an embodied energy module, was released on November 7th 2014.

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