Building Simulation 1993


User Needs & Experiences

pag. 1 :: A VIEW OF
BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION

Antony D.
Radford

pag. 11 :: BUILDING
ENERGY SIMULATION SOFTWARE: AND ENDE USER’S VIEWPOINT

Stephen K. Logan

pag. 17 :: JOINING
FORCES IN BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION

J. L. M.
Hensen, J. A. Clarke, J. W. Hand, P. Strachan

pag. 25
:: HOTCALC
MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE FOR ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL WATER HEATING SYSTEM
PERFORMANCE

Kari F. Johnson, Alan C. Shedd,
Donald W. Abrams

Education

pag. 33 :: THE USE OF
HYPERCARD AS A MEDIUM FOR COMMUNICATING INFORMATION TO DESIGN
PROFESSIONALS

Helen Bernnetts, Susan
Coldicutt

pag. 39 :: HOW TO
TRAIN USERS OF SIMULATION BASED THERMAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
TOOLS

J. W. Hand

pag. 47
:: AN
INTEGRATION SYSTEM FOR ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION: THE CALIN
PROJECT

Luc. Adolphe

User Interfaces

pag. 55 :: INTELLIGENT
CAD AS AN INTERFACE TO THERMAL SIMULATION PROGRAMS

Robin Drogemuller, Harry Suehrcke

pag.
63
:: PUTTING
INTERACTIVE CAD SYSTEMS IN PERSPECTIVE

Paul
Taplin

pag. 71 :: ENERGY AND
COMFORT OPTIMISATION FOR THE HOME BUILDER

S. K.
Moller, K. I. Guthrie

pag. 77 :: IMPROVEMENTS
TO USER.FRIENDLINESS OF A COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD) CODE FOR
SIMULATION OF AIR MOVEMENT IN BUILDINGS

Joseph
C. Lam, Richard Yuen, T. M. Lau

pag. 85 :: CLIM 2000:
MODULAR SOFTWARE FOR ENERGY SIMULATION IN BUILDINGS

D. Bornneau, F.X. Rongere, D. Covalet, B. Gautier,

pag. 93 :: IMPLEMENTATION
OF SIMULATION BASED DESIGN TOOLS IN PRACTICE

J.
A. Clarke, D.F. Mac Randal

Case
Studies

pag. 103 :: THE
APPLICATION OF RADIANCE TO DAYLIGHTING SIMULATION

Karl Frost, Mike Donn, Robert Amor

pag.
111
:: MULTIPLE
MODEL SOFTWARE FOR AIRFLOW AND THERMAL BUILDING SIMULATION. A CASE STUDY
UNDER TROPICAL HUMID CLIMATE IN RÉUNION ISLAND

H. Boyer, J. Brau, J. C. Gatina

pag.
119
:: BUILDING
SIMULATION IN PRACTICE: THE PORTUGUESE EXPERIENCE

Helder Gonçalves

Building Simulation in Practice

pag. 129 :: COMPUTER
SIMULATION OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS IN HONG
KONG

Joseph C. Lam, Sam C. M.
Hui

pag. 137 :: EVALUATION
OF THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF LOW.COST TROPICAL HOUSING

P.J. Jones, D. K. Alexander, A. M.
Rahman

pag. 145 :: COMMERCIAL
BUILDING PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM

Donald
J. Frey, Peter C. Jacobs, Karl F. Johnson

Multi-Discipline, Integrated Tools

pag. 153 :: MULTI-DISCIPLINARY
VIEWS TO AN INTEGRATED SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT

Robert Amor, Mike Donn, Nigel Isaacs, John.
Hosking

pag. 161 :: AN
INTEGRATED SIMULATION NETWORK

Godfried
Augenbroe, Peter Bijvoet, Leo Nederlof, Wouter Rombouts, Peter de
Vries

pag. 169 :: AN
INTEGRATED DESIGN AND APPRAISAL SYSTEM

N.
D’Cruz, M. Vuong

Building
Design

pag. 177 :: DESIGN AND
EVALUATION IN THE EARLY PHASES OF THE DESIGN PROCESS: SOME PROBLEMS AND A
SOLUTION

K. J. Veldhuisen, E.J. H.
Hacfoort

pag. 185 :: SIMULATION.BASED
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AS A DESIGN DECISION SUPPORT STRATEGY: EXPERIENCES
WITH THE “INTELLIGENT WORKPLACE”

Ardeshir
Mahdavi, Volker Hartkopf, Vivian Loftness, Khee Poh
Lam

pag. 193 :: DYNAMIC
SIMULATION SOFTWARE AS A GRAPHIC TOOL FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING
DESIGN

Larry O. Degelman, Tao-Kuang Huang,

pag. 201 :: DESIGN
DATA ACQUISITION FOR BUILDING SIMULATION

John
Palmer, Marci Webster – Mannison

Simplified Models

pag. 209 :: STEPHANIE:
A SIMPLIFIED APPROACH TO ENERGY ANALYSIS IN BUILDINGS

J. M. S. Dionisio

pag. 215 :: THE IMPACT
OF VARIATIONS IN BUILDING PARAMETERS AND OPERATING CONDITIONS ON
COMMERCIAL BUILDING ENERGY USE AND LOAD SHAPES

Yu Joe Huang, James W. Hanford, Mike
Piraino

pag. 223 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF A SIMPLE MODEL TO RELATE HEATING AND COOLING ENERGY TO BUILDING
ENVELOPE THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS

Daniel M.
Sander, Steve Comick, Guy R. Newsham, Drury B. Crawley

Policy, Standards, Regulations

pag. 231 :: TALES OF
THE UNEXPECTED: THE USE OF BUILDING PERFORMANCE MODELLING FOR REGULATORY
ACTIVITY IN AUSTRALIA

Alan
Pears

pag. 237 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF A COMMERCIAL SECTOR LOAD AGGREGATION AND DSM IMPACT ASSESSMENT
METHODOLOGY

Curt Hepting, Norm Weaver, Gifford
Jung

pag. 245 :: HEALTH AND
SAFETY CODE COMPLIANCE CHECKING USING AN INTEGRATED HYPERTEXT AND
KNOWLEDGE-BASED EXPERT SYSTEM

Krishnan Gowri,
Paul Fazio, Dan Seth

Mathematical
Methods

pag. 253 :: APPLYING
SIMULATION OF OPTIMAL SYSTEMS IN BUILDING ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Ilari Aho, Mingzhe Xu, Juhani
Hyvärinen

pag. 259 :: ON THE
EFFICIENCY OF PARTITIONING IN OBJECT-BASED SIMULATION

Jean-Michel Nataf, Rolf Ebert

pag. 267
:: A
MODULAR APPROACH FOR DEVELOPING A MODELLING ENVIRONMENT OF THERMAL
SYSTEMS: THE SYMBOLPROJECT

R. Ebert, G.
Lefebvre, B. Flament

Simulation
Environments

pag. 275 :: THE
CONCEPT OF INTELLIGENT SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT

Roger Pelletret, Souheil Soubra, Werner Keilholz, Z.
Belghali

pag. 283 :: RECENT
IMPROVEMENTS IN SPARK: STRONG COMPONENT DECOMPOSITION, MULTIVALUED
OBJECTS,AND GRAPHICAL INTERFACE

W. F. Buhl, A.
E. Erdem, F. C. Winkelmann, E. F. Sowell

pag. 291 ::
ALLAMSIMULATION:
A GENERAL SOFTWARE TOOL FOR MODEL DESCRIPTION AND SIMULATION

Alexandre Jeandel, Fabien Favret, Laurence Lapenu, Eric
Lariviere

Object.Orientated
Environments

pag. 299 :: IDA
MODELLER: A ‘MAN.MODEL’ INTERFACE FOR BUILDING SIMULATION

Per Sahlin

Object-Orientated Environments

pag. 307 :: THE ENERGY
KERNEL SYSTEM: FORM AND CONTENT

J. A. Clarke,
D. F. Mac Randal

Object.Orientated
Environments

pag. 317 :: APPLICATION
OF THE OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING PARADIGM TO BUILDING PLANT SYSTEM
MODELLING

D. Tang, J. A.
Clarke

General Validation

pag. 327 :: CAN
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN LEARN FROM SOFTWARE ENGINEERING?

Tony Pollard, Jim Plume

pag. 335 :: EMPIRICAL
WHOLE MODEL VALIDATION CASE STUDY: THE PASSYS REFERENCE WALL

Soren Ostergaard Jensen

pag. 343 :: PROCEDURES
FOR SCALING AND REPLICATION BY SIMULATION

P. A.
Strachan

Validation Case
Studies

pag. 351 :: THERMAL
DESIGN TOOLS IN AUSTRALIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TEMPER, CHEETAH,
ARCHIPAK AND QUICK

Q.T. Ahmad, S.V. Szokolay,

pag. 359 :: MODELLING
AND SIMULATION OF THE THERMAL BEHAVIOUR OF A DWELLING UNDER ALLAN ( ACCÉS
À DES LOGICIELS EN LANGAGE NATUREL OR ACCESS TO SOFTWARE UN NATURAL
LANGUAGE)

K. Boulkroune, Y. Candau, G. Piar, A.
Jeandel

pag. 369 :: SIMULATION
STUDY OF COUPLED ENERGY SAVING SYSTEMS INCLUDED IN REAL SITE
BUILDING

A. Trombe, L. Serres, A. Mavroulakis

Heat and Mass Transfer

pag. 377 :: A SOLAR
WALL SIMULATION MODULE

Kim B.
Wittchen

pag. 385 :: IMPROVED
FLUORESCENT LIGHTING MODELS FOR BUILDING ENERGY PROGRAMS

Edward F. Sowell, Karl Johnson

pag. 393
:: APPROACHES
AND CONSTRAINTS IN THE SIMULATION OF SOLAR SYSTEMS

Jon Hand, Essam Aasern, Paul Strachan

pag.
401
:: COMPUTER
SIMULATION OF MULTIROOM TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY VARIATION UNDER VARIABLE
INFILTRATION CONDITIONS

Takao Tsuchiya, Kazumi
Sakano

pag. 407 :: DYNAMIC
SIMULATION OF COMBINATION OF EVAPORATIVE COOLING WITH COOLED CEILING
SYSTEMS FOR OFFICE ROOM COOLING

J. Niu, J. van
der Kooi

pag. 413 :: THE
DETERMINATION OF VAPOUR AND LIQUID TRANSPORT COEFFICIENTS AS INPUT TO
COMBINED HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER MODELS

Graham
H. Galbraith, R. Craig McLean

Controls and Equipment

pag. 421 :: THE USE OF
SIMULATION DATA TO DESIGN RULE-BASED CONTROLLERS FOR HVAC
SYSTEMS

A. L. Dexter, M. E.
Hawkins

pag. 429 :: A PLANT
COMPONENT TAXONOMY FOR ESP-R SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT

T. T. Chow

pag. 435 :: STOCHASTIC
MODELLING AND GENETIC ALGORITHM-BASED OPTIMAL CONTROL OF AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEMS

H. N. Lam

Air Flow Modelling

pag. 443 :: THE THEORY
OF PLUMES ADAPTED TO MODEL AIR MOVEMENT IN NATURALLY VENTILATED
BUILDINGS

P. Cooper

pag.
449
:: MULTI-GRID
PREDICTION OF CONJUGATE HEAT TRANSFER AND AIR FLOW I N
BUILDINGS

Yuguo Li, Sture Holmberg, Laszio
Fuchs

pag. 457 :: THERMAL
AND CFD MODELLING VS WIND TUNNEL IN NATURAL VENTILATION
STUDIES

S. Stankovic, A.
Setrakian

pag. 463 :: MODELLING
AIR FLOWS AND BUILDINGS WITH NMF AND IDA

Axel
Bring, Per Sahlin

pag. 471 :: APPLICATION
OF THE SPARK ENVIRONMENT TO 3D AIR FLOW PROBLEMS

Jean Michel Nataf, Etienne Wurtz

pag.
479
:: AIR AND
HEAT FLOW THROUGH LARGE VERTICAL OPENINGS

J.
L. M. Hensen, J. van der Maas, A. Roos

Weather

pag. 487 :: LET’S TALK
ABOUT THE WEATHER

Murray D. Mason, Trevor M.
Kingston

pag. 495 :: THE
CREATION OF WEATHER DATA FILES TO FULFIL THE SIMULATION NEEDS OF NEW
ZEALAND

Mike Donn, Robert Amor

pag. 501 :: COMPILATION
OF MONTHLY WORLD WEATHER DATA AND TRANSFORMATION INTO HOURLY BASIS FOR THE
CALCULATION OF AIR CONDITIONING LOAD AT AN ARBITRARY LOCATION IN THE
WORLD

Hiroshi Akasaka, Yoshinobu Arai, Soichiro
Kuroki, Satashi Ohara

Lighting

pag. 509 :: SIMULATING
THE DAYLIGHT PERFORMANCE OF FENESTRATION SYSTEMS AND SPACES OF ARBITRARY
COMPLEXITY: THE IDC METHOD

K. Papamichael, L.
Beltrán

pag. 517 :: LIGHTCAD
AND LIGHTPAD . TWO NEW PROGRAMS FOR CIMPROVING THE DESIGN AND APPLICATI ON
OF LIGHTING IN BUILDINGS

Karl F. Johnson, G.
Kimball Hart, John Weidt,

pag. 525 :: MODELLING
THE SKY – A STANDARD DIGITAL FORM

Nancy Ruck,
Geoffrey Roy, Graeme Reid

Structures
and Construction

pag. 533 :: REPRESENTING
ROBOTS IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SIMULATION

Rudi
Stouffs, Stephen R. Lee, Ramesh Krishnamurti, Iiving J.
Oppenheim

pag. 541 :: THERMAL
LOADS – A STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS PERSPECTIVE

Malcom J. S. Hirst

Fire

pag. 547 :: LISA: A
SYSTEMIC MODEL FOR THE EVALUATION OF LIFE SAFETY IN BUILDING
FIRES

John Hinks

pag. 555
:: RECENT
PROGRESS IN FIRE SIMULATIONS USING NMF AND AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION TO
IDA

K.
Kolsaker