A procedure for modeling buildings and their thermal zones using co-simulation and system identification

Abstract : This paper presents a first attempt at obtaining a reusable and scalable model of buildings. To this end, a university building is first modeled using EnergyPlus, an energy simulation software. The EnergyPlus model is then validated using measured temperatures in the university building. In a second part, the EnergyPlus model is used to generate informative input/output data to perform system identification techniques: a black-box model of the building is obtained. Using simulation experiments, it is showed that the structure of the black-box model can be used to model the building at different scales: a thermal zone, a floor or the whole building.
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Sullivan Royer, Stéphane Thil, Thierry Talbert, Monique Polit. A procedure for modeling buildings and their thermal zones using co-simulation and system identification. Energy and Buildings, Elsevier, 2014, 78, p. 231-237. ⟨10.1016/j.enbuild.2014.04.013⟩. ⟨hal-01222805⟩

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