Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
M. Schuss, F. Tahmasebi, E.M. Vazifeh, A. Mahdavi:
"Toward Improving Energy Efficiency of Existing Buildings via Monitoring-Supported Predictive Systems Control";
Talk: CLIMA 2013 - 11th REHVA World Congress and the 8th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation and Energy Conservation in Buildings,
Prag, Tschechische Republik;
- 2013-06-19; in: "CLIMA 2013 - 11th REHVA World Congress and the 8th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation and Energy Conservation in Buildings",
K. Kabele, M. Urban, K. Suchý, M. Lain (ed.);
Society of Environmental Engineering (STP),
Paper ID 227,
Energy efficiency measures in the domain of existing buildings may be broadly classified as either hardware-centric or software-centric. In this contribution, we focus on the latter class of energy efficiency measures. The motivation behind this approach can be expressed in terms of the following postulate: Utilization of existing buildings' monitoring data and the integrated analysis of this data can help
to improve energy efficiency through the optimization of buildings' operational regime. To examine the validity of this postulate, we shall report on the progress of an EU-supported research project. The project involved the selection of three building complexes. These buildings were studied in view of existing and necessary
monitoring infrastructures, which could yield necessary data for the conception of improvements to operational processes toward improved energy efficiency.
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Building Control, Building Systems, Building Operation
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