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Introduction to Building Performance Simulation (E162017)
Departments:ústav techniky prostředí (12116)
Abbreviation:Approved:30.05.2011
Valid until: ??Range:1+1
Semestr:*Credits:3
Completion:KZLanguage:EN
Annotation
Overview and application of software tools in HVAC engineering.
Teacher's
Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.
Letní 2018/2019
prof. Dr. Joannes Hensen
Letní 2018/2019
Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.
Letní 2017/2018
prof. Dr. Joannes Hensen
Letní 2017/2018
Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.
Letní 2016/2017
prof. Dr. Joannes Hensen
Letní 2016/2017
Structure
Simulation of solar irradiation and shading, contamionant spread in air, light and visual comfort; integrated simulation tools, ESP-r; databases, model geometry, wall attributes, boundary conditions, simulation, results analysis, verification and validation.
Structure of tutorial
The practical part of the course deals with the use of ESP-r software. Students will learn the basic skills from defining model geometry, wall attributes and boundary condtions to analysing simulation results.
Literarture
Clarke, J. A. Energy Simulation in Building Design. 2nd edition. Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford 2001. ISBN 0-750-65082-6. 362 s.
Hand, J.W. The ESP-r Cookbook. Energy Systems Research Unit. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 2008. 246 s.
http://www.bwk.tue.nl/bps/hensen/courses.html
Requirements
Basics of heat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation, basics of indoor environment enginering.
Keywords
building simulation, energy in buildings, thermal comfort, HVAC systems
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