Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
N. Saipi, M. Schuss, U. Pont, A. Mahdavi:
"Comparison of simulated and actual energy use of a hospital building in Austria";
Talk: enviBUILD 2013 - Buildings and Environment,
2013-10-17; in: "enviBUILD 2013 - Buildings and Environment",
J. Hraska et al. (ed.);
STU - Nakladateľstvo STU, Bratislava 2013,
This paper compares calculated and measured energy use data (for space heating and cooling) pertaining to a hospital building in Austria. The building's existing energy certificate as well as monitored heating and cooling demand information were acquired from the hospitalīs administration. Moreover, the energy performance of the building was modeled using a numeric simulation application. Thereby, an extensive effort was made to define model input assumptions (building construction, weather data, internal gains) based on actual circumstances in reality. The results of the study suggest that calculated (energy certificate) and simulated heating loads were reasonably close to actual values, whereas in case of cooling loads considerable discrepancies were observed.
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hospital, simulated energy use, actual energy demand, heating and cooling
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