Monday, April 1, 2019

Real Time Simulation of HVAC Systems for Building Optimisation, Fault Detection and Diagnostics

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) was established in 1974 within the framework of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to implement an International Energy Programme. A basic aim of the IEA is to foster co-operation among the twenty-one IEA Participating Countries to increase energy security through energy conservation, development of alternative energy sources and energy research development and demonstration (RD&D).

The IEA sponsors research and development in a number of areas related to energy. In one of these areas, energy conservation in buildings, the IEA is sponsoring various exercises to predict more accurately the energy use of buildings, including comparison of existing computer programs, building monitoring, comparison of calculatio~l methods, as well as air quality and studies of occupancy.

1. Introduction and Goals of Annex 25
2. Fault Definition
3. A Summary of the Components of BOF
4. Building Optimisation and Fault Diagnostic Techniques
5. Approaches to Fault Diagnosis and Detection
6. Methods of Fault Diagnosis
7. Qualitative Approaches to FDD
8. Knowledge Acquisition and Presentation
9. Thresholds for Fault Detection, Diagnosis and Evaluation
10. Typical Faults in HVAC Systems
11. Conclusions

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