Practial Simulation of Buildings and Air-Conditioning System in The Transient Domain








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This thesis is concerned with the deployment of energy simulation and modelling as a tool for achieving energy conservation measures in buildings. It deals with overcoming the barriers to practical application of simulation to complex building and plant systems using a state-of-the-art energy simulation environment so that its full potential can be delivered to the profession.

A simulation approach which treats the building and the plant as an integrated dynamic system has been pursued. A historical review of one energy simulation environment, ESP-r, employing this approach is presented. The barriers to practical simulation in the ESP-r system are pointed out and the
resulting development areas are outlined.

The theory underlying the simultaneous approach to plant modelling is addressed in detail. Issues
concerning the efficient solution of plant networks and numerical stability to the solution are addressed.

Modelling of some common components encountered in air conditioning systems is presented.

The modelling technique which is based on the control volume principle and used in the development
of component models with a varying degree of detail, is elaborated. The installation procedure of new
components within the ESP-r system is described. The method adopted in importing TRNSYS type
components within the ESP-r system is explained. 

Content:-
1.INTRODUCTION
2.ENERGY SIMULATION IN BUILDINGS
3.APPROACH TO PLANT SIMULATION
4.AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS
5.VALIDATION
6.APPLICATIONS
7.FUTURE TRENDS IN BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING
8.CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
 
Author Details
"Essam O Aasem B.Sc. M.Sc."




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