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One way to improve the energy efficiency of buildings is through energy models that simulate various aspects such as power, cooling, and heat loss through windows. Until now, however, building accurate models for diverse building designs has been very difficult. Over at NICS, Scott Gibson writes that supercomputer-assisted calibration methodology from Oak Ridge National Labs is being used to enhance the accuracy of these energy models.

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