OPEN COMPETITION for the Energy Design of High Performance Buildings
Target group: under-graduate, postdoc, PhD students and researchers level
The objective is to assess for a simplified high performance building (a cube), in a chosen climate and associated building energy regulations, the minimum primary energy consumption and GHG emissions for local boundary conditions by optimising thermal characteristics of the building envelop and the choice of building energy systems. The design freedom is in the building construction composition, the specific thermal parameters, the available energy resources and building system technologies. The full text of the competition can be downloaded from here.
A series of case studies for estimation techniques for the energy performance characterisation of buildings and building components. Objective The objective of the third competition is to further develop knowledge of system identification applied to thermal performance assessment in the … Continue reading
Organised and Edited by J.J. Bloem INTRODUCTION After the success of the first System Identification Competition, the organisation has prepared a second even more challenging one, involving practical problems, such as solar radiation and experimental data. The previous competition, the … Continue reading
Organised end Edited by J.J. Bloem INTRODUCTION A wide range of new techniques is now being applied to the analysis problems involved with the estimation of thermal characteristic parameters of buildings and building components. Similar problems arise in most observational … Continue reading