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Christoph Kastl [06-2012]:

Sonne oder Schatten. Schattenanalysen unter Verwendung von digitalen Oberflächenmodellen aus Airborne Laserscanning

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The amended version of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive from the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union regulates the submission of an Energy Performance Certificate when doing a new building, addition or modification of a building to the respectively responsible building authority. This building directive additionally regulates, that the indications of the Energy Performance Certificate have to be supervised through an independent organisation. In Upper Austria the verification of the Energy Performance Certificate is carried out at the Office of the State Government of Upper Austria in the Department of Environmental Protection. Among other things, the Energy Performance Certificate includes a shading coefficient, which expresses the reduction of the emerging sun rays as a consequence of permanent shading of a building. The present study discusses the simulation of the incoming shading at any time to verify and visualize the plausibility of the shading coefficient. For the simulation of the shading the software product Google SketchUp is used, because this version is also currently in use at the Department of Environmental Protection. Additionally digital surface models from airborne laser scanning, which include the surrounding buildings and the whole vegetation, are used as basic data for simulation of the shading. The aim is, to implement shading analysis in Google SketchUp with the help of high resolution digital surface models from airborne laser scanning. At the same time, however, it should be noted, how laser scanning data can be imported into Google SketchUp and how suitable different digital height models for shading analysis are. Finally a workflow should be developed and as a result a tool should be prepared, to import laser scanning data into Google SketchUp and to continue work with it. This tool should be an aid for the Department of Environmental Protection at the Office of the State Government of Upper Austria for the verification of the shading coefficient in the Energy Performance Certificate.


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