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Building and HVAC Systems Simulation (E162016)
Departments:ústav techniky prostředí (12116)
Abbreviation:Approved:28.04.2011
Valid until: ??Range:1P+1C
Semestr:*Credits:3
Completion:KZLanguage:EN
Annotation
Capita selecta of modeling and simulation in HVAC engineering with focus on air flow in buildings, solar heating technology and control of HVAC systems.
This course follows up on E162009.
Teacher's
Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.
Zimní 2019/2020
Ing. Vojtěch Zavřel Ph.D.
Zimní 2019/2020
Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.
Zimní 2018/2019
Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.
Zimní 2017/2018
Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.
Zimní 2016/2017
Structure
Air flow nodal network modeling, solar systems modeling, modeling of air-conditioning devices and their control.
Structure of tutorial
Simulation of pressure stack effect, air flow in a double-skin facade, tunnel ventilation, solar system for water heating, solar system combined with heat pump, control loop modeling, basic types of controllers, simulation of air-conditioning systems (plant simulation), coupling with builiding thermal model and air flow model.
Literarture
Clarke, J. A. Energy Simulation in Building Design. 2nd edition. Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford 2001. ISBN 0-750-65082-6. 362 s.
Malkawi A., Augenbroe G. (eds.) Advanced building simulation. Spon Press, New York 2003. ISBN -415-32123-9. 252 s.
Hensen J.L.M., Lamberts R. Building performance simulation for design and operation.Spon Press, London 2011. ISBN 978-0-415-47414-6. 507 s.
Requirements
Follow-up course for students who completed E162009 Introduction to Building Performance Simulation.
Keywords
nodal network, HVAC systems simulation, building simulation, ESP-r, TRSNSYS
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