Controls 03: Monitoring

H. Burak Gunay, Henri Obara, Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Hugo Maurits Monteyne, John Clauß, Wilfried Thomare
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This is a recording of a Building Simulation 2017 session presentation, held on August 8, 2017. Building Simulation 2017 brought together practitioners and researchers from around the world to share information about the state of the art in simulation tools and applications and to discuss new developments. The conference featured updates and insights regarding new research to improve simulation capabilities for advanced low-energy building systems, case studies from successful projects that demonstrate the key role that simulation plays, and ongoing efforts to enable compliance and building rating software to support radiant and other energy efficient systems.

Session Title: Controls 03: Monitoring

Chair: Dimitrios Rovas


The Effect of Zone Level Occupancy Characteristics on Adaptive Controls
H. Burak Gunay, Carleton University, Canada

Building Energy Simulation Coupled With Real Data For Enhanced Monitoring Analysis
Henri Obara, Schneider Electric, France

Coupling of Building Data Analysis and Building Simulation – Case Study in Large-scale Complex Building
Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Osaka University, Japan

Impact of Different Short-term Thermal Energy Storage Strategies on the Performance of an Inverter Controlled Air-to-Water Heat Pump (IATWHP) in Residential Buildings in Belgium
Hugo Maurits Monteyne, University Ghent, Belgium

Control Strategies for Building Energy Systems to Unlock Demand Side Flexibility – A Review
John Clauß, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Automated Commissioning Buildings by Numerical Model Calibration
Wilfried Thomare, LOCIE – Université Savoie Mont Blanc, INES, France

BS2017, building simulation 2017, adaptive controls, Zone Level Occupancy Characteristics, Monitoring Analysis, Numerical Model Calibration, building energy systems