Applying advanced control strategies in building performance simulation by using run-time coupling

A. Yahiaoui, J.L.M. Hensen, L.L. Soethout, A.H.C. Paassen, van

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Abstract

The use of advanced control technologies and intelligence control in buildings could make the current high performance system much more efficient and reliable. The integration of advanced control strategies in buildings will certainly produce significant results for better building productivity. One way to achieve this aim could be done by developing run-time coupling approach. This paper describes the need for the study and development of better control modeling in building performance simulation by integrating distributed computer programs. To explore control application benefits, the paper also describes the simulation results that would eventually achieve lower energy consumption and higher productivity in buildings. A case-study is presented which illustrates a potential ability of advanced control strategies in buildings. Practically, it shows why and how a run-time coupling approach is more appropriate to achieve better control modeling in building performance simulation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProc. 8th REHVA World Congress, Clima 2005, 9 - 12 October, REHVA - Federation of European Heating, Ventilating and Air-conditioning Associations, Lausanne
EditorsO. Seppänen, H. Skistad
Place of PublicationLausanne
PublisherREHVA
Pages1-6
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event8th REHVA World Congress (CLIMA 2005), October 9-12, 2005, Lausanne, Switzerland - Lausanne, Switzerland
Duration: 9 Oct 200512 Oct 2005

Conference

Conference8th REHVA World Congress (CLIMA 2005), October 9-12, 2005, Lausanne, Switzerland
Abbreviated titleCLIMA 2005
CountrySwitzerland
CityLausanne
Period9/10/0512/10/05

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