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Part of an integrated simulation system for the building services design and facilities management purposes to be used in everyday design process. Programs cover thermal simulation needs of the whole building life cycle from the preliminary design to renovations. The main components of the simulation system are RIUSKA - the interface for simulation database, result module and calculation engine, and SMOG - the building geometry modeller. With SMOG, which runs on top of AutoCad user can create a 3D-model of a building and perform steady-state heatloss calculations. In SMOG user can draw the building him/herself or import IFC 1.5.1 compatible building geometry data. RIUSKA & SMOG offer a number of different output reports for different needs during the design process.