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Building Simulation 1989

General

pag. 1 :: BEPAC -
BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS CLUB

Stephen J. Irving

pag. 5 :: PROMISING
(AND NOT SO PROMISING) DEVELOPMENTS IN ENERGY ANALYSIS
SOFTWARE

Dwight A. Beranek, Linda K.
Lawrie

Interface

pag. 13 :: MODELLING
OF THERMAL SYSTEMS FROM TECHNICAL SKETCHES

Jean
Lebrun

pag. 19 :: CALPAS4 -
FOUR YEARS LATER

Charles S.
Barnaby

Real Buildings

pag. 27 :: BUILDING
SIMULATION RECONCILIATION USING EMPIRICAL DATA

Manuel Carabott

pag. 31 :: SIMULATION
& OPTIMIZATION IN THE REAL TIME CONTROL OF BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL
SYSTEMS

Z. Cumali, 0.
Sezgen

pag. 39 :: A BUILDING
AND PLANT REAL TIME SIMULATION SYSTEM

Q. S.
Yan, Yi Jiang, Y. X. Zhu

Lighting

pag. 47 :: THE
INTERACTION OF BUILDING LIGHTING AND HVAC SYSTEMS

Jay P. Coniff, Robert A. Rundquist

pag.
53
:: SIMULATION
IN LIGHTING COST ANALYSIS

M. Clay
Belcher

pag. 60 :: IMPACT OF
INTERIOR LIGHTING POWER REDUCTIONS ON COMMERCIAL BUILDING ENERGY
USE

Timothy R. Steele

pag.
68
:: THE
SIMULATION OF BUILDING LIGHTING SYSTEMS

J. A.
Clarke

Daylighting -
Windows

pag. 79 :: LUMINANCE
IN COMPUTER-AIDED LIGHTING DESIGN

Gregory J.
Ward, Francis M. Rubinstein, Anat Grynberg

pag. 88 ::
DAYLIGHTING
IN A HOT ARID AREA

Jong-Jin
Kim

pag. 94 :: WINDOW
ENERGY PERFORMANCE COMPARISON PROGRAM FOR NON-RESIDENTIAL
BUILDINGS

R. McCluney

pag.
103
:: VERFICATION
OF ENERGY SAVINGS IN RESIDENTIAL HOUSING

Rolf
Diemer

pag. 107 :: RESEM: AN
EVALUATION TOOL FOR ENERGY RETROFITS IN INSTITUTIONAL
BUILDILNGS

William L. Carrol, Bruce E.
Birdsall, Robert J. Hitchcock, Ronald C. Kammerud

pag.
113
:: DEVELOPMENT
OF A METHODOLOGY TO EVALUATE THE ENERGY AND COMFORT PERFORMANCE OF
FENESTRATION

R. Sullivan, S.
Selkowitz

Model and Code
Development

pag. 127 :: MULTIPLE
INPUT TRANSFER FUNCTION MODEL OF GROUND HEAT TRANSFER

JoAnn Amber, C. O. Pedersen

pag. 133 ::
THREE-DIMENSIONAL
MODELLING OF SLAB-ON-GRADE HEAT TRANSFER

William P. Bahnfleth, Curtis O. Pedersen

Next Generation

pag. 141 :: OBJECT-ORIENTED
PROGRAMMING, EQUATION-BASED SUBMODELS, AND SYSTEM REDUCTION IN
SPARK

Edward F. Sowell, W. Fred Buhl,
Jean-Michel Nataf

pag. 147 :: A NEUTRAL
FORMAT FOR BUILDING SIMULATION MODELS

Per
Sahlin, Edward F. Sowell

pag. 155 :: CONSIDERATIONS
FOR ADVANCED BUILDING THERMAL SIMULATION PROGRAMS

George N. Walton

Modelling Technology

pag. 163 :: BUILDING
PERFORMANCE SIMULATION IN A COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENT

Robert C. Sonderegger

pag. 169 :: TECHNIQUES
FOR SIMULTANEOUS SIMULATION OF BUILDINGS AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS IN HEAT
BALANCE BASED ENERGY ANALYSIS PROGRAMS

Michael
J. Witte, C. O. Pedersen, J. D. Spitler

pag. 175 ::
CONCEPTS
SUPPORTING REUSE OF MODELS

Sven Erik
Mattsson

pag. 181 :: BUILDING
ENERGY SIMULATIONS FOR DESIGN, EVALUATION, COMMISSIONING, CONTROL AND
DIAGNOSTICS

K. Subbarao, J. D. Burch, C. E.
Hancock

pag. 187 :: MODEL-BASED
COMPUTER AIDED MODELLING: AN APPROACH FOR BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION
IMPROVEMENT

Anne-Marie
Dubois

pag. 193 :: PRODUCT
MODELS OF BUILDINGS AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO BUILDING
SIMULATION

Bo-Christer
Björk

pag. 199 :: BUILDING
AND HVAC SIMULATION: THE NEED OF WELL-SUITED MODELS

Laret Louis

Validation

pag. 207 :: COMPUTER
SIMULATION/END-USE METERING OR “CAN WE COUNT ON ENERGY SAVINGS ESTIMATES
IN DESIGNING DEMAND-SIDE PROGRAMS?”

Dick
Jamieson, Stephen B. Harding

Modelling Technology

pag. 213 :: HOW GOOD
ARE SINGLE ZONE – MONTHLY BASED – CORRELATION METHODS FOR BUILDING ENERGY
AND COMFORT PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT

R. Van de
Perre, A. Massart

pag. 217 :: EVALUATION
PROCEDURES FOR BUILDING THERMAL SIMULATION PROGRAMS

David P. Bloomfield

International Energy Agency

pag. 225 :: EVALUATION
OF THE ENERGY USE OF BUILDINGS, SYSTEMS AND PLANTS

Wolfram Stephan

pag. 232 :: A SUMMARY
OF BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS AND DESIGN TOOL EVALUATION RESULTS FROM IEA
TASK VIII

Michael J. Holtz, David N.
Wortman

pag. 240 :: ADVANCES
IN BUILDING SIMULATION

Dan
Seth

pag. 248 :: DISCUSSION
PAPER ON IEA ANNEX XXI – CLACULATION OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL
PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS

Dan
Seth

IAQ Modelling

pag. 259 :: INDOOR AIR
QUALITY SIMULATION: IAQPC

M. Kathleen Owen, P.
A. Lawless, D. S. Ensor

pag. 265 :: THE COMIS
INFILTRATION MODEL

Helmut E. Feustel, Francis
Allard, Viktor B. Dorer, Mario Grosso, Magnus Herrlin, Liu Mingsheng, J.
C. Phaff, Yasuo Utsumi, Hiroshi Yoshino

pag. 271 ::
PREDICTION
OF THERMAL COMFORT AND POLLUTANT DISTRIBUTIONS FOR A
THERMOSTATICALLY-CONTROLLED, AIR-CONDITIONED, PARTITIONED ROOM: NUMERICAL
RESULTS AND ENHANCED GRAPHICAL PRESENTATION

Mark White, L. Loren Eyler

pag. 279 ::
PERTURBATIONS
IN ATMOSPHERIC DENSITY CAUSED BY HIGH RISE BUILDINGS AND THEIR EFFECT ON
ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS – A CASE STUDY

Richard E. Kirts, Calvin A. Kodres

pag.
285
:: THE COST
OF INCREASED VENTILATION AIR

Earnest S.
McCutcheon, Marino Vardabasso

pag. 291 :: A NEW
MODEL TO COMPUTER AIR DISTRIBUTION

Roger
Pelletret, Hala Khodr

Approaches

pag. 299 :: A PRIMER
ON THE USE OF COEFFICIENTS IN BUILDING SIMULATION

Jeffrey D. Spitler, Daniel E. Fisher, David C.
Zietlow

pag. 305 :: BUILDING
PERFORMANCE SIMULATION: DELIVERING THE POWER TO THE
PROFESSION

Joe A. Clarke, J. Rutherford, D. Mac
Rangal

pag. 312 :: THE USE OF
THE COMBINE PROGRAM WITH DOE2.1C

Michael
Hatten

Controls

pag. 319 :: RULE-BASED
DIAGNOSTIC METHOD FOR HVAC FAULT DETECTION

Stanley T. Liu, George E. Kelly

Moisture Modelling

pag. 333 :: MODELLING
HEAT, MOISTURE AND CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT IN BUILDINGS: TOWARD A NEW
GENERATION SOFTWARE

Alp Kerestecioglu,
Muthusamy Swami, Philip Fairey, Lixing Gu, Subrato
Chandra

pag. 341 :: CONDENSATION
TARGETER: THE INTEGRATION OF A THERMAL AND MOISTURE MODEL

Tadj Oreszczyn, David Boyd, Paul
Cooper

pag. 347 :: THE
ANALYSIS OF ENTHALPY CONTROL STRATEGIES AND ITS APPLICATION IN HOT AND
HUMID CLIMATES

K. H. Yang, R. L. Hwang, Y. P.
Ker

HVAC Modelling

pag. 357 :: THERMAL
ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM SIZING

Dominique
Dumortier, Ron Kammerud, Bruce Birdsall, Brandt Andersson, Joe ETO,
William L. Carroll, Fred Winkelmann

pag. 363 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF A COMPONENT PROGRAM LIBRARY FOR BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION – A JAPANESE
EXPERIENCE

Hisaya Ishino, Masanori Shukuya,
Kimiko Kohri

pag. 369 :: COMMERCIAL
BUILDING HVAC TECHNOLOGY SCREENING TOOLS

Ingrid
Rohmund

pag. 375 :: ACCURATE
BOILER MODELS FOR LARGE SCALE SIMULATION

Laret
Louis