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Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Integrated Building Energy and Control Systems
Michael Wetter

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Michael Wetter. "Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Integrated Building Energy and Control Systems". Talk or presentation, 21, April, 2009.

Abstract
The design and operation of integrated building energy and control systems pose formidable challenges with respect to the interdisciplinary nature and with respect to the various temporal and spatial scales that govern the transient response of such systems. We start this presentation by discussing the various temporal scales of such systems. Next, we discuss the current approach of building energy system simulation and its applicability to controls analysis. We present ongoing activities in building system modeling based on the Modelica language that supports the computer-simulation based rapid prototyping of new energy systems, as well as the development and analysis of building control systems. We also discuss extensions to the Ptolemy II program that led to the Building Controls Virtual Test Bed which is used for co-simulation of building energy and control systems. Various applications that are enabled by such a new approach to building modeling and simulation will be presented. We close by presenting R&D needs to make the above discussed technologies wider applicable.

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    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/582.html"
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    Building Energy and Control Systems</i></a>,
    Talk or presentation,  21, April, 2009.
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    Michael Wetter. "Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of
    Integrated Building Energy and Control Systems". Talk
    or presentation,  21, April, 2009.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{Wetter09_ModelingSimulationAnalysisOfIntegratedBuildingEnergy,
        author = {Michael Wetter},
        title = {Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Integrated
                  Building Energy and Control Systems},
        day = {21},
        month = {April},
        year = {2009},
        abstract = {The design and operation of integrated building
                  energy and control systems pose formidable
                  challenges with respect to the interdisciplinary
                  nature and with respect to the various temporal
                  and spatial scales that govern the transient
                  response of such systems. We start this
                  presentation by discussing the various temporal
                  scales of such systems. Next, we discuss the
                  current approach of building energy system
                  simulation and its applicability to controls
                  analysis. We present ongoing activities in
                  building system modeling based on the Modelica
                  language that supports the computer-simulation
                  based rapid prototyping of new energy systems, as
                  well as the development and analysis of building
                  control systems. We also discuss extensions to the
                  Ptolemy II program that led to the Building
                  Controls Virtual Test Bed which is used for
                  co-simulation of building energy and control
                  systems. Various applications that are enabled by
                  such a new approach to building modeling and
                  simulation will be presented. We close by
                  presenting R\&D needs to make the above discussed
                  technologies wider applicable. },
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/582.html}
    }
    

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