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The Resource Managing Indoor Environments and Energy in Buildings with Integrated Intelligent Systems

Managing Indoor Environments and Energy in Buildings with Integrated Intelligent Systems

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Managing Indoor Environments and Energy in Buildings with Integrated Intelligent Systems
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Managing Indoor Environments and Energy in Buildings with Integrated Intelligent Systems
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Managing Indoor Environments and Energy in Buildings with Integrated Intelligent Systems
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  • Contents -- Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Energy and Building Sector -- 1.2 Energy Regulation -- 1.3 Energy Certification -- 1.4 EU Directives and Standards -- 1.5 The Implementation of EPBD and the Recast of EPBD in Europe -- References -- 2 Review and State of the Art on Methodologies of Buildings' Energy-Efficiency Classification -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Review on Building Energy-Efficiency Benchmarking Methods -- 2.3 Review on Energy Rating Methodologies -- 2.4 Review on Energy Labeling Methods -- 2.5 Review on Integrated Building Energy Classification Methods -- References -- 3 Office Building Simulation Models and Simplified Audits -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Simulation Model Description -- 3.2.1 TRNBuild Input Data -- 3.2.1.1 Building's Input Data Description -- 3.2.2 Model Output Data -- 3.2.3 TRNSYS Files -- 3.3 Small Audits of Case Study Office Buildings -- 3.3.1 Building Data Collection -- 3.3.2 The Office Buildings' Simulations in TRNSYS -- 3.4 Conclusions -- References -- 4 Detailed Audit and Detailed Case-Study Building Model: Virtual Building Dataset (VBD) for Benchmarking and Classification of Office Buildings -- 4.1 Part A: Detailed Audit and Detailed Case Study Building Model in Central Athens, Greece -- 4.1.1 Introduction -- 4.1.2 General Information -- 4.1.3 Envelope Data -- 4.1.4 Mechanical/Electrical Equipment Description -- 4.1.5 The BMS System -- 4.1.5.1 Honeywell Excel 5000 Open Lon -- 4.1.5.2 Monitoring and Management of Installation -- 4.1.5.3 Heating, Cooling, Ventilation VRV System -- 4.1.5.4 Energy Consumption Measurements -- 4.1.5.5 Control of Electric Lighting System -- 4.1.5.6 Connection of Automation System with the Substation of Electrical Supply-Dynamotor -- 4.1.5.7 Connection of Automation System with Elevators -- 4.1.5.8 Fire and Access Plant-Water and Sewage Pumps
  • 4.1.5.9 Measured Data of Ground Floor -- 4.1.5.10 Measured Data of Mezzanine -- 4.1.5.11 Measured Data of First Floor -- 4.1.5.12 Measured Data of Second Floor -- 4.1.5.13 Measured Data of Third Floor -- 4.1.5.14 Measured Data of Fourth Floor -- 4.1.5.15 Measured Data of Fifth Floor -- 4.1.5.16 Measured Data of Sixth Floor -- 4.1.5.17 Measured Data of Seventh Floor -- 4.1.5.18 The Energy Consumption of BYTE Building -- 4.1.6 The Simulation Model of Byte Building -- 4.1.6.1 Simulation Results and Comparison with Measurements -- 4.2 Part B: Virtual Building Dataset (VBD) for Benchmarking and Classification of Office Buildings -- 4.2.1 Virtual Building Dataset (VBD) for Benchmarking and Classification of Office Buildings -- 4.2.1.1 Introduction -- 4.2.1.2 Description of the VDB Creation Process -- 4.2.1.3 The TRNSYS Office Building Thermal Model for the Indicative Case Study of Greece -- Weather Data -- Material and Element Library Creation -- Physical Description of the Buildings -- Internal Gains -- Energy Consumption for Electric Lighting and Office Equipment -- Time Schedules -- Infiltration and Ventilation -- The Installed Heating and Cooling Power -- 4.2.1.4 Indoor Environment Simulation -- 4.2.1.5 The VDB Simulation Process -- Construction of Input Files -- Batch Execution of Simulations -- Resulting Data Unification -- 4.2.2 VBD Results -- 4.2.2.1 Energy Consumption Benchmarks -- 4.2.2.2 Thermal Comfort Benchmarks -- 4.2.2.3 Thermal Comfort Versus Energy Consumption -- 4.2.3 Classification According to CEN Standard Using VBD -- 4.2.3.1 The CEN Standards Benchmarks -- 4.2.3.2 Energy Classification According to CEN Method -- Heating Demand Classification According to CEN Method -- Cooling Demand Classification According to CEN Method -- 4.2.4 Adaptability of VBD -- 4.2.5 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Environmental Rating of Buildings
  • 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Summary Table of Credits -- 5.3 Sustainable Sites (SS) -- 5.3.1 Control of Erosion and Sedimentation -- 5.3.2 Site Selection -- 5.3.3 Development Density -- 5.3.4 Brownfield Redevelopment -- 5.3.5 Alternative Transportation (Public Transportation Access) -- 5.3.6 Alternative Transportation (Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms) -- 5.3.7 Alternative Transportation (Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles) -- 5.3.8 Alternative Transportation (Parking Capacity) -- 5.3.9 Minimized Site Disturbance (Protect or Restore Open Space) -- 5.3.10 Stormwater Design (Quality Control) -- 5.3.11 Stormwater Design (Quantity Control) -- 5.3.12 Heat Island Effect (Nonroof) -- 5.3.13 Heat Island Effect (Roof) -- 5.3.14 Light Pollution Reduction -- 5.4 Water Efficiency (WE) -- 5.4.1 Efficient Water Management (Reduce by 50 %) -- 5.4.2 Efficient Water Management (Wastewater Use or Avoid Irrigation) -- 5.4.3 Innovative Wastewater Technologies and Water Use Reduction -- 5.5 Energy and Atmosphere ( Epsilon Alpha ) -- 5.5.1 Fundamental Commissioning of Building Energy Systems -- 5.5.2 Minimum Energy Performance -- 5.5.3 CFC Reduction of Heating and Cooling Systems -- 5.5.4 Optimize Energy Performance -- 5.5.5 Renewable Energy Sources (5 %) -- 5.5.6 Renewable Energy Sources (10 %) -- 5.5.7 Renewable Energy Sources (20 %) -- 5.5.8 Ozone Protection -- 5.5.9 Measurement and Verification -- 5.5.10 Green Power -- 5.6 Materials and Resources (MR) -- 5.6.1 Storage and Collection of Recyclables -- 5.6.2 Building Reuse---(75 % Maintain of the Existing Building Envelope) -- 5.6.3 Building Reuse---(100 % Maintain of the Existing Building Envelope) -- 5.6.4 Building Reuse---(100 % Maintain of the Existing Building Envelope and 50 % Maintain of the Existing Interiors) -- 5.6.5 Construction Waste Management (50 % Reduction of Waste Going to the Dump)
  • 5.6.6 Construction Waste Management (75 % Reduction of Waste Going to the Dump) -- 5.6.7 Materials Reuse (5 %) -- 5.6.8 Materials Reuse (10 %) -- 5.6.9 Recycled Content (5 %) -- 5.6.10 Recycled Content (10 %) -- 5.6.11 Regional Materials (20 % Regionally Manufactured) -- 5.6.12 Regional Materials (35 % Regionally Manufactured) -- 5.6.13 Rapidly Renewable Materials -- 5.7 Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) -- 5.7.1 Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance -- 5.7.2 Environmental Tabacco Smoke ( Epsilon Tau S) Control -- 5.7.3 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Levels Monitoring -- 5.7.4 Low-Emitting Materials (Adhesives and Sealants) -- 5.7.5 Low-Emitting Materials (Paints and Coatings) -- 5.7.6 Low-Emitting Materials (Flooring Systems) -- 5.7.7 Low-Emitting Materials (Composite Wood) -- 5.7.8 Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control -- 5.7.9 Thermal Comfort (Based on International Standards) -- 5.7.10 Thermal Comfort (Permanent Monitoring System) -- 5.7.11 Daylight and Views (75 % Space Daylight) -- 5.7.12 Daylight and Views (90 % Space Daylight) -- References -- 6 Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Concept of Passive Solar Architecture -- 6.3 Passive Solar Architecture---Heating -- 6.3.1 Passive Solar Heating -- 6.3.1.1 Direct Gains -- 6.3.1.2 Indirect Gains -- 6.3.1.3 Isolated Gains -- 6.3.1.4 Site Considerations -- 6.3.1.5 Building Shape and Orientation -- 6.3.1.6 Indoor Space Planning -- 6.3.1.7 Combining Systems -- 6.3.1.8 Movable Insulation -- 6.3.1.9 Reflectors for Passive Solar Heating -- 6.4 Passive Solar Architecture---Cooling -- 6.4.1 Heat Gain Control -- 6.4.2 Ventilation -- 6.4.3 Ground Cooling -- 6.4.4 Radiative Cooling -- 6.4.5 Evaporative Cooling -- 6.4.6 Cool Roofs -- 6.4.6.1 Definition of Cool Roofs -- 6.4.6.2 Cool Roof Properties -- 6.4.6.3 Benefits of Cool Roofs
  • 6.5 Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in Buildings -- 6.6 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Protocol of Alternative Measures for Buildings' Energy Efficiency Improvement -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Indoor Air Quality Scenarios -- 7.2.1 Design of Indoor Environment -- 7.2.2 Filtering Particles of Incoming Air -- 7.2.3 Chemical Methods of Air Purification -- 7.2.4 Airflows Balancing -- 7.2.5 Improvement of Ventilation System Performance -- 7.2.6 Optimal Placement of Air Inlets and Spot Ventilation -- 7.2.7 Heat Recovery in Large Buildings and Dwellings -- 7.2.8 Control of Pollutants with Automation and Tuning of Incoming Fresh Air -- 7.2.9 Natural Ventilation and Free Cooling -- 7.2.10 Maintenance -- 7.3 Scenarios for Thermal Comfort Improvement -- 7.4 Scenarios for Energy Savings -- 7.4.1 Interventions on the Building Envelope -- 7.4.2 Improvement of Central Heating System Efficiency -- 7.4.3 Improvement of HVAC System Efficiency -- 7.4.4 Improvement of Cooling System Efficiency -- References -- Annex A Environmental Factors---Parameters Related to the Indoor Environment and Energy Management in Buildings -- Outline placeholder -- Introduction -- Indoor Air Quality -- Thermal Comfort -- Indices of Thermal Comfort -- Thermal Comfort Calculation -- Visual Comfort -- Visual Comfort Indices -- Parameter Selection for Measurements in Buildings -- Sensors of LONWORKS Protocol -- Sensors of EIBUS protocol -- Gamma Products -- Data Acquisition Sensors -- Wireless Sensors -- Building and Home Automation Systems -- Sensor Installation Principles -- Indoor Temperature -- Ambient Temperature -- Solar Radiation -- Humidity -- Energy -- Domestic Hot Water -- App1 -- App1 -- Annex B Methods for Normalization of Buildings' Energy Consumption -- Outline placeholder -- Introduction -- Normalization of the Energy Consumption
  • Normalization Based on Heating and Cooling Degree Days
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