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Building Simulation 1985

Simulation research and
development

pag. 1 :: SUMMARY OF
RECENT ON BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION ANALYSIS IN NORTH
AMERICA

Tamami Kusuda

pag.
15
:: RECENT
DEVELOPMENTS OF BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION TOOLS IN EUROPE

J. Sornay

pag. 23 :: SURVEY OF
SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY IN JAPAN AND ASIA

Y.
Matsuo

pag. 31 :: SURVEY OF
SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY IN AUTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

M. D. Mason, M. Sc. (S&V), M.I.E. Aust., Mairah,
Maas

Effective simulation
applications

pag. 41 :: THE USE OF
BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION FROM THE BUILDING OWNRES
PERSPECTIVE

James E.
Butler

pag. 45 :: BUILDING
ENERGY SIMULATIONAND THE ARCHITECT

Daniel H.
Nall

pag. 49 :: MEETING THE
RESEARCHER’S NEEDS IN BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION

P. Fazzio, R. Zmeureanu

pag. 56 :: BUILDING
ENERGY SIMULATION IN THE ENGINEER’S OFFICE – A USEFUL TOOL

J. Marx Ayres, Henry Lau

pag. 62 :: BUILDING
ENERGY SIMULATION FROM THE MANUFACTURER’S PERSPECTIVE

J. R. Miles

Microcomputer techniques

pag. 66 :: CALPAS 4
AND BEYOND – MICROCOMPUTERS, GRAPHICS, AND BUILDING ENERGY
SIMULATION

Charles S.
Barnaby

pag. 72 :: TRAKLOAD -
ENERGY ANALYSIS AND ENERGY AUDITS IN COMMERCIAL BUILDING

Robert C. Sonderegger

pag. 81 :: SUNCODE -
PC:A MICROCOMPUTER VERSION OF SERI/RES

Mary
Jane DeLahunt, Larry Palmiter

pag. 88 :: TECHNICAL
ENHANCEMENTS TO THE ASEAM2 PROGRAM

James A.
Fireovid

pag. 92 :: THE EN4M
MICROCOMPUTER PROGRAM FOR ESTIMATION OF BUILDING ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND
ECONOMIC COMPARISON OF ENERGY SAVING OPTIONS

R.
S. McClintock

pag. 104 :: ECAP – AN
ENERGY AND COST ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR MICROCOMPUTERS

Jeffrey S. Jansen

pag. 112 :: A
SIMPLIFIELD MICROPOMPUTER METHOD FOR HEATING AND COOLING CALCULATIONS USED
IN THE COMPUTERIZED INSTRUMENTED REDIDENTIAL AUDIT (CIRA)

Robert C. Sonderegger, Jean-Yves
Garnier

pag. 144 :: ESPRE 1.2:
A MICROCOMPUTER PROGRAM RESIDENCIAL HOURLY ENERGY USE
ANALYSIS

Richard L. Merriam

User interface

pag. 150 :: THE PLACE
OF COMPUTER GRAPHCS IN BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION

Jon H. Pittman

pag. 154 :: BESA, CANADA’S
SOLUTION TO THE USER INTERFACE

Dan
Seth

pag. 155 :: REAL TIME
SIMULATION IN BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS

James
A. Nation

pag. 159 :: BUILDING
SIMULATION EXTENDED – THE PROCESS CONNECTION

E.
C. Knipe

pag. 169 :: ARTIFICIAL
INTELILLIGENCE – DOES IT HAVE A PLACE IN BUILDING SIMULATION

Richard N. Wright

New
program developments

pag. 175 :: AN
OVERVIEW OF HVACSIM+, A DYNAMIC BUILDING /HVAC/ CONTROL SYSTEMS SIMULATION
PROGRAM

George E. Kelly

pag.
187
:: HASP/ACSS:
SIMULATION PROGRAM FOR ENERGY COSUMPTION OF AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEMS

Tatsuo Inooka

pag.
195
:: NEW
FEATURES OF THE DOE-2.1 C ENERGY ANALYSIS PROGRAM

W. F. Buhl, A. E. Erden, J. H. Eto, J.J. Hirsch, F. C.
Winkelmann

pag. 201 :: BLAST
INPUT PREPROCESSORS

Linda K.
Lawrie

pag. 209 :: MACRODYMANICS:
A UNIFIELD FRAMEWORK FOR BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS

Kris Subbarao

pag. 215 :: THE ESP
SYSTEM: TOWARDS A NEW GENERATION OF BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS
PROGRAM

Joe Clarke

Successful applications

pag. 229 :: ARGUING
FOR ENERGY ANALYSIS – EXPERIENCE OF THE U.S ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS WITH
ENERGY ANALYSIS DURING DESIGN

Dwight A.
Beranek

pag. 237 :: DEMONSTRATED
COST AVOIDANCE THROUGH BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATIONS AND ECONOMIC
ANALYSES

Steven P. Kimsey, Andrew T.
Smith

pag. 246 :: ENERGY AND
COST EFFECTIVENESS OF DESIGN ALTERNATIVES FOR AN AN=DMINISTRATION BUILDING
IN KANSAS

JoAnn amber

pag.
252
:: DISCOVERING
THE UNEXPECTED THROUGH THE USE OF THE DOE-2.1 BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION
PROGRAM

Mark R. Davenport, Lung-Sing
wong

Validation/other research and
development

pag. 256 :: CHARACTERIZING
THE EFFECTS OF WEATHER ON COMMERCIAL BUILDING ENERGY USE

Joseph H. Eto

pag. 264 :: INTERNATIONAL
ENERGY AGENCY BUILDING SIMULATION COMPARISON AND VALIDATION
STUDY

R. D. Judkoff

pag.
274
:: ANALYTICAL
AND EMPIRICAL VALIDATION OF DYNAMIC THERMAL BUILDING MODELS

Allen E., Dave Bloomfield, Bowman N., Lomas K., allen J.,
Whittle J., Irving A.

pag. 282 :: A
COMPARATIVE VALIDATION OF THE LONG ENERGY CONSUMPTION PREDICTIONS OF FIVE
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION PROGRAMS IN A HEATING
CLIMATE

Louis F. Goldberg

pag.
290
:: COMPARISON
OF EMPIRICALLY MEASURED END-USE METERED DATA WITH DOE 2.1
SIMULATION

James A. Heidell, Z. T.
Taylor

Choosing the best
tool

pag. 298 :: COMPUTER
MODELING OF THE BUILDING DESIGN WITH THE COMPUTER-AIDED ENGINEERING/
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SYSTEM

Kenneth H.
Crawford

pag. 302 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF AN EVALUATION PROCEDURE FOR BUILDING ENERGY DESIGN

Alexander J. Willman

pag. 308 :: VECTOR
DIAGRAM FOR THERMAL ECONOMICS OF ENERGY CONSERVATION
BUILDINGS

Tetsuo Nakayama, Kanji Sakai, Hideaki
Hayashi, Kiyotaka Endo

pag. 316 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF SIMPLIFIED DESIGN TOOL USING A NEW APPROACH TO BUILDING ENERGY
SIMULATIONS

R. G. Derickson, M. J.
Holtz

pag. 324 :: ARCHITECTURAL
DIVERSITY THROUGH CLIMATE RESPONSIVE DESIGN

M.
Stephen Zdepski

Solar related program
developments

pag. 326 :: DAYLIGHTING
SIMULATION IN DOE-2: THEORY, VALIDATION, AND APPLICATIONS

Frederick Winkelmann

pag. 338 :: THE
SUNSPACE: COMPUTATION AND IN- SITU MEASURES

Grattia E.

pag. 346 :: PASSIVE
SYSTEM SIMULATION PROGRAM ‘PSSP’ AND ITS APPLICATIONS

Tetsuo Hayashi, Yoshimi Urano, Toshiyuki Watanabe, Yuji
Ryu

pag. 354 :: RESIDENTIAL
WINDOW PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS USING REGRESSION PROCEDURES

R. Sulivan, S. Selkowitz

pag. 360 :: VALIDATION
OF ENERGY SIMULATION PROGRAM FOR PASSIVE SOLAR HOUSE

Makoto Ishizuka, kasuo Kobashi, Tadao
Nakamura

pag. 368 :: THE
MEASURE PERFORMANCE AND COMPUTER SIMULATION OF TWO UNHEATED PASSIVE SOLAR
TEST CELLS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

A. F.
Emery, J. L. Garbini, D. R. Heerwagen, R. D. Kunkle, C. J.
Kippenhan

Microcomputer
techniques

pag. 376 :: BUILDING
DESIGNER – FRIENDLY SOFTWARE ‘MICRO COMPUTER ENERGY SIMULATION THAT GOES
BEYOND USER FRIENDLY’

Bruce T.
Haglund

pag. 380 :: SIMPLIFIED
ENERGY ANALYSIS OF RESIDENCES

R. Ritschard, J.
Huang S. Byrne, I. Turiel, J.B bull

pag. 386 :: SUNHOSE: A
MICROCOMPUTER PROGRAM TO ESTIMATE CONSERVATION AND SOLAR
BENEFITS

Danny S. Parker

Panel discussion: simulation – a tool whose time has
come?

pag. 396 :: PLAN FOR
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEXT – GENERATION BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS COMPUTER
SOFTWARE

James J. Hirsch

pag.
406
:: BRINGING
ORDER TO THE ENERGY SIMULATION PROCESS

Linda K.
Lawrie