So Carmen Trudell, an architect who currently teaches at the School of Architecture of the University of Virginia, decided to make a video tutorial of Energy2D for her students. It turned out to be an excellent overview of what the software is capable of doing in terms of illustrating some basic concepts related to heat transfer in architectural engineering. She also kindly granted permission for us to publish her video on Energy2D’s website so that other users can benefit from her work.
Many users asked if there is any good tutorial of Energy2D. I apologize for the lack of a User Manual and other tutorial materials (I am just too busy to set aside time for writing up some good documentations).
If you happen to come from the Spanish-speaking part of the world, there is also a Spanish video tutorial made by Gabriel Concha based on an earlier version of Energy2D.