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Building Simulation 2001

Plenary

pag. 3 :: BUILDING
SIMULATION IN BRAZIL

Nathan Mendes, Roberto
Lamberts, Jose A. Bellini da Cunha Neto

pag. 15 :: BUILDING
SIMULATION TRENDS GOING INTO THE NEW MILLENIUM

Godfried Augenbroe

pag. 29 :: ISSUES ON
THE INTEGRATION OF CFD TO BUIDING SIMULATION TOOLS

Clovis R. Maliska

Simulation Tools

pag. 43 :: MODULARIZATION
AND SIMULATION TECHNIQUES FOR HEAT BALANCE BASED ENERGY AND LOAD
CALCULATION PROGRAMS: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE ASHRAE LOADS TOOLKIT AND
ENERGYPLUS

Richard K. Strand, Curtis O.
Pedersen, Drury B. Crawley

pag. 51 :: ENERGYPLUS:
NEW CAPABILITIES IN A WHOLE-BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION
PROGRAM

Drury B. Crawley, Frederick C.
Winkelmann, Linda K. Lawrie, Curtis O. Pedersen

pag.
59
:: STRATEGIES
FOR COUPLING ENERGY SIMULATION AND COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
PROGRAMS

Zhiqiang Zhai, Qingyan
Chen

pag. 67 :: CODYBA, A
DESIGN TOOL FOR BUILDINGS PERFORMANCE SIMULATION

Jean Noel, Jean-Jacques Roux, Paulo Smith
Schneider

pag. 75 :: A NEW CODE
FOR THE HOUR-BY-HOUR THERMAL BEHAVIOR SIMULATION OF BUILDINGS

Silvana Flores Larsen, Graciela Lesino

pag.
83
:: DOMUS 1.0:
A BRAZILIAN PC PROGRAM FOR BUILDING SIMULATION

Nathan Mendes, Ricardo C. L. F. de Oliveira, Gerson H. dos
Santos

Operation & Management
Optimization

pag. 93 :: KNOWLEDGE
MANAGEMENT FOR COMFORTABLENESS AND THE ENERGY SAVING OF BUILDING
MANAGEMENT

Satsuki Yoneda, Takashi Kurio,
Minoru Yoshida, Takaharu Kawase, Mutsuo Honma, Tamio
Ito

pag. 99 :: CONTROL
IN BUILDING ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: THE ROLE OF SIMULATION

J. A. Clarke, J. Cockroft, S. Conner, J. W. Hand, N. J.
Kelly, R. Moore, T. O’Brien, P. Strachan

Ventilation

pag. 109 :: SIMULATION
OF THE WIND IN HOT AND HUMID CLIMATES CITIES: EVALUATION OF THE NATURAL
VENTILATION POTENTIAL OF THE HOUSING IN URBAN BLOCKS

Frédéric Bonneaud, Marjorie Musy, Patrick
Depecker

pag. 117 :: DYNAMIC
ANALYSIS OF BUILDING HYGROTHERMAL BEHAVIOR

Nathan Mendes, Gerson H. dos Santos

pag.
125
:: THE
INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT COURTYARD CONFIGURATIONS ON NATURAL VENTILATION
THROUGH LOW-RISE SCHOOL BUILDINGS

Leonardo
Bittencourt, Luciana Peixoto

Weather
Data

pag. 135 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF A TEST REFERENCE YEAR ON A LIMITED DATA BASE FOR SIMULATIONS ON PASSIVE
HEATING AND COOLING IN CHILE

Ernst
Müller

pag. 143 :: A
COMPUTER APPLICATION FOR WEATHER DATA MANIPULATION

Eduardo Breviglieri Pereira de Castro, Leopoldo Eurico
Gonçalves Bastos

Urban

pag. 151 :: SUN AND
WINDS IN A NEW BUSINESS DISTRICT IN TEL AVIV

E.
Shaviv, A. Yezioro, Isaac G. Capeluto

pag. 159 :: THERMAL
PERFORMANCE SIMULATION AND THE URBAN MICRO-CLIMATE: MEASUREMENTS AND
PREDICTION

Terry J. Williamson, Evyatar
Erell

pag. 167 :: URBAN
CLIMATE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON ENERGY CONSUMPTION: A CASE STUDY IN TWO
BRAZILIAN CITIES

Joyce Carlo, Roberto
Lamberts

pag. 175 :: MODELLING
BUILDING ENERGY USE AT URBAN SCALE

P. J. Jones,
S. Lannon, J. Williams

Energy System
Analysis

pag. 183 :: MEASUREMENT
AND SIMULATION OF THE THERMAL BEHAVIOR OF A MASSIVE BUILDING WITH PASSIVE
SOLAR CONDITIONING

Silvana Flores Larsen,
Alejandro Hernández, Graciela Lesino, Nahuel Salvo

pag.
191
:: DETERMINING
BASELINE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND PEAK COOLING LOADS OF A 107-YEAR-OLD
SCIENCE MUSEUM USING DOE 2.1E

Michael J.
Chimack, Christine E. Walker, Ellen Franconi

pag. 199
:: CONTROL
SYSTEM AND ENERGY SAVING POTENTIAL FOR SWITCHABLE WINDOWS

J. Karlsson

pag. 207 :: THE
SIGNIFICANT FACTORS IN MODELLING RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

Julia Purdy, Ian Beausoleil-Morrison

pag.
215
:: PASSIVE
COOLING LIVESTOCK BUILDINGS

J. J. Correia da
Silva, Ana Maria Silva, Eduardo de Oliveira
Fernandes

pag. 219 :: ANALYZING
THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDING ENVELOPE COMPONENTS USING 2-D HEAT
TRANSFER TOOL WITH DETAILED RADIATION MODELING

Dragan Curcija, Dariush Arasteh, Charlie Huizenga, Christian
Kohler, Robin Mitchell, Mahabir Bhandari

Simulation Tools

pag. 229 :: VENTILATION
OF DOUBLE FAÇADES

Jörn von Grade, Rüdiger
Lorenz, Ben Croxford

pag. 237 :: COLSIM -
A NEW SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT FOR COMPLEX SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND
CONTROLLERS

Christof Wittwer, Werner Hube,
Peter Schossig, Andreas Wagner, Christiane Kettner, Max Mertins, Klaus
Rittenhofer

pag. 245 :: DEVELOPMENT
AND DEMONSTRATION OF A RENEWABLE ENERGY BASED ENERGY DEMAND/SUPPLY
DECISION SUPPORT TOOL FOR THE BUILDING DESIGN PROFESSION

F. J. Born, J. A. Clarke, C. M.
Johnstone

pag. 251 :: SIM-ZONAL:
SOFTWARE EVALUATING INDOOR TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS AND AIR MOVEMENTS FOR
RAPID APPRAISALS – FIRST APPLICATION TO A CELL

Francis Déqué, Françoise Evin, Etienne Wurtz, Laurent
Mora

pag. 257 :: ENERXML -
A SCHEMA FOR REPRESENTING ENERGY SIMULATION DATA

Krishnan Gowri

Simulation of Buildings Physics

pag. 265 :: SIMULATION
METHODOLY OF RADIANT COOLING WITH ELEVATED AIR MOVEMENT

J. L. Niu, H. G. Zuo, J. Burnett

pag.
273
:: SIMPLIFIED
MODEL TO PREDICT INDOOR AIR TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION

Cezar O. R. Negrão, A. T. Franco, L. M.
Macedo

pag. 279 :: MODELLING
OF AN ADVANCED INTEGRATED MECHANICAL SYSTEM FOR RESIDENTIAL
APPLICATIONS

Michel Parent, Jeffrey Blake,
Kamel Haddad

pag. 287 :: ANALYSIS
MULTIVARIABLE CONTROL OF REFRIGERATION PLANT USING
MATLAB/SIMULINK

C. P.
Underwood

pag. 295 :: SIMPLIFIED
MODELS FOR BUILDING COOLING ENERGY REQUIREMENT

M. Beccali, L. Mazzarella, M. Motta

Various Subjects

pag. 305 :: ACQUISITION
OF BUILDING GEOMETRY IN THE SIMULATION OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE

Vladimir Bazjanac

pag. 313 :: CLIMATE
STABILITY IN MUSEUMS

Hans-Peter Leimer, Jens
Bode

pag. 319 :: UNCERTAINTY
ANALYSIS OF BUILDING DESIGN EVALUATIONS

Sten de
Wit, Godfried Augenbroe

pag. 327 :: LOW
FREQUENCY MAGNETIC INTERFERENCE IN HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS

John Burnett, Yaping Du

pag. 335 :: USE OF
WHOLE BUILDING SIMULATION IN ON-LINE PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT: MODELING AND
IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES

Philip Haves, Tim
Salsbury, David Claridge, Mingsheng Liu

Validation

pag. 345 :: ERROR
ESTIMATION OF MEASUREMENT METHODS BY COMPUTER SIMULATION

Achim Geissler.

pag. 353 :: TESTING
AND VALIDATION OF A NEW BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION PROGRAM

Michael J. Witte, Robert H. Henninger, Jason
Glazer

pag. 361 :: ITERATIVE
VALIDATION PROCESS OF EXISTING BUILDINGS SIMULATION MODELS

Roberge Marc-Antoine, Kajl Stanislaw, Bellemare
René

pag. 369 :: HVAC
BESTEST: A PROCEDURE FOR TESTING THE ABILITY OF WHOLE-BUILDING ENERGY
SIMULATION PROGRAMS TO MODEL SPACE CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT

J. Neymark, R. Judkoff, G. Knabe, H.-T. Le, M. Dürig, A.
Glass, G. Zweifel

pag. 377 :: VALIDATION
AND APPLICATION OF THE DAYLIGHT SOURCE MODEL BASED ON GEOSTATIONAL
METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE IMAGES

Yoshiaki
Uetami

Simulation Tools

pag. 387 :: INTERACTIVE
TOOL AIDING TO OPTIMISE THE BUILDING ENVELOPE DURING THE SKETCH
DESIGN

Jean-Marie Hauglustaine, Sleiman
Azar

pag. 395 :: A
DATABASE OF Z-TRANSFORM COEFFICIENTS FOR MEDITERRANEAN BUILDING
TYPOLOGIES

Giorgio Beccali, Maurizio Cellura,
Valerio Lo Brano

pag. 403 :: COMIS V
3.1 SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT FOR MULTIZONE AIR FLOW AND POLLUTANT TRANSPORT
MODELLING

Viktor Dorer, Anne Haas, Werner
Keilholz, Roger Pelletret, Andreas Weber

pag. 411 ::
AN
OBJECT ORIENTED MULTIZONE THERMAL BUILDING MODEL BASED ON THE SIMULATION
ENVIRONMENT SMILE

Christoph Nytsh-Geusen,
Gerhard Bartsch

pag. 419 :: TRSYS
15-A SIMULATION TOOL FOR INNOVATIVE CONCEPTS

M.
Hiller, S. Holst, A. Knirsch, M. Schuler

pag. 423 ::
VISUALIZATION
FOR TIME DEPENDENT BUILDING SIMULATION

Daniel
C. Glaser, M. Susan Ubbelohde

Simulation of Buildings Physics

pag. 433 :: MODELLING
OF ICE FORMATION/MELTING AND ICE STORAGE SIMULATION SSING
HVACSIM+

Nobuo Nakahara, Minjie
Zheng

pag. 441 :: NUMERICAL
MODELING OF AIRFLOW AND TEMPERATURE FIELDS IN A GLAZED ATTIC

Pavel Charvat, Michal Jaros, Jaroslav Katolicky, Petr
Svorcik

pag. 449 :: INFLUENCE
OF SENSOR POSITION IN BUILDING THERMAL CONTROL: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION
OF AN ADAPTED ZONE MODEL

P. Riederer, D.
Marchio, J. C. Visier, A. Husaunndee, R. Lahrech

pag.
457
:: MODELING
WINDOWS IN ENERGYPLUS

Fred C.
Winkelmann

pag. 465 :: ON THE
INFLUENCE OF ANGULAR DEPENDENCE PROPERTIES OF ADVANCED GLAZING SYSTEMS ON
THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS

Augusto
Maccari, Michele Zinzi

pag. 473 :: BUILDING
THERMAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS BY USING MATLAB/SIMULINK

Nathan Mendes, Gustavo H. C. Oliveira, Humberto X.
Araújo

Simulation Technology
Transfer

pag. 483 :: EARLY
SUPPORT FOR BUILDING SERVICES DESIGN

Ellie de
Groot, Wim Maassen, Wim Plokker

pag. 491 :: SYNCHRONOUS
CALCULATION OF TRANSIENT HYGROTHERMAL CONDITIONS OF INDOOR SPACES AND
BUILDING ENVELOPES

Carsten Rode, Karl
Grau

pag. 499 :: ADVANCED
BUILDING SERVICES SIMULATION SOTFWARE PROVIDING DESIGN SOLUTIONS IN DUBLIN
AND BOSTON

V. Murray, C. J. O’Flynn, K.
Beattie

pag. 505 :: BUILDING
SIMULATION – SOME SWISS EXPERIENCES

Gerhard
Zweifel, Matthias Achermann, Markus Duerig

pag. 513
:: THE
NEED FOR COMPUTATIONAL SUPPORT IN ENERGY-EFFICIENT DESIGN PROJECTS IN THE
NETHERLANDS

P. de Wilde, M. van der Voorden, J.
Brouwer, G. Augenbroe, H. Kaan

pag. 521 :: A
METHODOLOGY FOR THERMAL COMFORT ENHANCEMENT IN HOUSING DESIGN, NEW DELHI,
INDIA

Anamika Prasad, Robert W.
Jones

Energy System
Analysis

pag. 531 :: CALCULATION
OF ACTUAL CONSUMPTION FOR SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES

N. Adra, V. Richalet, F. P. Neirac

pag.
539
:: AN
OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ON THERMAL ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY CONSERVATION IN AN
OFFICE BUILDING WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES

Hisaya
Ishino, Kimiko Kohri, Koui Tsukamoto, Keisuke
Hirabayashi

pag. 547 :: USE OF
ENERGY PERFOMANCE SIMULATION FOR OPERATION COST DISTRIBUTION IN
MULTIPURPOSE CONVENTIONAL CENTRE

Karel Kabele,
Lada Centnerova, Zuzana Krtkova

pag. 553 :: MEASUREMENT
AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION BY MEANS OF SIMEDIF OF A LIGHT CONSTRUCTION
BUILDING LOCATED IN THE ARGENTINEAN NORTHWEST

Alejandro Hernández, Nahuel Salvo, Marcelo Gea, Graciela
Lesino

pag. 559 :: COMPUTER
MODELLING OF INFRARED RADIANT HEATING IN LARGE ENCLOSED
SPACES

Karel Kabele, Zuzana
Krtková

pag. 567 :: BCHP
COMPUTER SIMULATION FOR MEDICAL COMPLEX DESIGN

M. Meckler

Simulation
Tools

pag. 577 :: A SIMPLE
INTERFACE TO CFD CODES FOR BUILDING ENVIRONMENT SIMULATIONS

Charles R. Broderick III, Qingyan Chen

pag.
585
:: SIMULA_3D:
A MULTI-ZONE UNSTEADY THERMAL SIMULATION TOOL BASED ON A 3D MODELLING OF
THE BUILDING

Dominique Groleau, Christian
Marenne

pag. 593 :: BUILDINGS
AIR-FLOW SIMULATIONS: AUTOMATICALLY-GENERATED ZONAL MODELS

Marjorie Musy, Etienne Wurtz, Anne
Sergent

pag. 601 :: GENOPT -
A GENERIC OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM

Michael
Wetter

Ventilation

pag. 611 :: SIMULATION
OF DEMAND CONTROLLED VENTILATION IN A LOW-ENERGY HOUSE

J. C. Römer

pag. 619 :: NEW
FAÇADESYSTEM CONSISNTING OF COMBINED PHOTOVOLTAIC AND SOLAR THERMAL
GENERATORS WITH BUILDING INSULATION

Stefan
Krauter, Mohammed J. Salhi, Sandra Schroer, Rolf
Hanitsch

pag. 627 :: ON THE
NATURAL DISPLACEMENT VENTILATION FLOW THROUGH A FULL SCALE ENCLOSURE,
DRIVEN BY A SOURCE OF BUOYANCY AT FLOOR LEVEL

S. A. Howell, I. Potts

pag. 635 :: VARIETY
MODES AND CHAOS IN NATURAL VENTILATION OR SMOKE VENTING
SYSTEM

Katsumichi Nitta

Simulation Technology Transfer

pag. 645 :: REGIONAL
CHARACTERISTICS OF AIR-CONDITIONING LOADS FOR RESIDENCES IN
CHINA

Qingyuan Zhang, Kenji Asano, Hajime Imai,
Joe Huang, Hongxing Yang, Tetsuo Hayashi, You Shijun

pag.
653
:: A
STRATEGY TO PROVIDE COMPUTATIONAL SUPPORT FOR THE SELECTION OF ENERGY
SAVING BUILDING COMPONENTS

P. de Wilde, G.
Augenbroe, M. van der Voorden

pag. 661 :: COMPLEX
BUILDING PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS IN EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN: A SOLUTION BASED
ON DIFFERENTIAL MODELING, HOMOLOGY-BASED MAPPING, AND GENERATIVE DESIGN
AGENTS

R. Brahme, A. Mahdavi, K. P. Lam, S.
Gupta

pag. 669 :: COMPUTATIONAL
SUPPORT FOR THE GENERATION AND EXPLORATION OF THE DESIGN-PERFOMANCE
SPACE

Ardeshir Mahdavi, Beran
Gurtekin

Integration

pag. 679 :: MODELLING
THE LINK BETWEEN BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND URBAN CLIMATE: TOWARDS SIMPLIFIELD
INDICATORS OF THE CITY ENVIRONMENT

Luc
Adolphe

pag. 685 :: THE
SIMULATION OF BUILDING INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAICS IN COMMERCIAL OFFICE
BUILDINGS

David Pruitt

pag.
689
:: INCORPORATING
LCA TOOLS IN INTEGRATED SIMULATION ENVIRONMENTS

Vineeta Pal, Konstantinos Papamichael, Norman Bourassa, John
J. Loffeld

pag. 697 :: INTEGRATION
OF BUILDING SIMULATION INTO THE DESIGN PROCESS OF AN ARCHITECTURE
PRACTICE

Christoph Morbitzer, Paul Strachan,
Jim Webster, Brian Spires, David Cafferty

Simulation Tools

pag. 707 :: A NEW
APPROACH TO BUILDING SIMULATION BASED ON COMMUNICATING
OBJECTS

Gerhard
Zimmermann

pag. 715 :: EVALUATION
OF DESIGN PERFORMANCE THROUGH REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL
SIMULATION

Robert Ries, Ardeshir
Mahdavi

pag. 723 :: GENERALIZED
ENGINEERING MODELING AND SIMULATION (GEMS)

Dipak J. Shah

pag. 731 :: A DESIGN
PROPOSAL FOR AN INTERNET BASED SIMULATION QUALITY CONTROL
TOOL

Mike Donn, Robert Amor and David
Harrison

pag. 739 :: INTEGRATED
LCA-TOOL FOR ECOLOGICAL DESIGN

Tuomas Laine,
Erja Reinikainen, Kimmo Liljeström, Antti Karola

pag.
747
:: BSPRO
COM-SERVER-INTEROPERABILITY BETWEEN SOFTWARE TOOLS USING INDUSTRY
FOUNDATION CLASSES

Antti Karola, Hannu Lahtela,
Reijo Hänninem, Rob Hitchcock, Qingyan Chen, Stephen Dajka, Kim
Hagström

Human Factors

pag. 757 :: USING
LIGHING SIMULATION TO ASSESS THE PERFORMANCE SIRECT AND INDIRECT OFFICE
LIGHTING SYSTEMS IN DYNAMIC WORKPLACES

R. Ries,
A. Mahdavi, V. Loftness, G. Steffy, A. Nahikian

pag.
765
:: ESTIMATION
OF RELATIVE HUMIDITY FOR THERMAL COMFORT ASSESSMENT

Eduardo L. Krüger

pag. 773 :: EXPERIMENTAL
AND NUMERICAL STUDY OF LOCAL MEAN AGE OF AIR

Martin Bartak, M. Cermak, J. A. Clarke, J. Denev, F. Drkal,
M. Lain, I. A. Macdonald, M. Majer, P. Stankov

pag.
781
:: SEASONAL
DIFFERENCE OF NEUTRAL TEMPERATURE BASED ON THE MEASURED METABOLIC
RATE

Noriko Umemiya

pag.
789
:: POTENTIAL
FOR THE HEAT STRESS RELIEF USING DESICCANT SYSTEMS IN SWINE BREEDING
FACILITIES

R. S. Gates, J. M. Zulovich, L.
Turner, J. Wurm, M. F. G. Johnson

pag. 797 :: ON THE
POTENTIAL OF COMPUTATIONALLY RENDERED SCENES FOR LIGHTING QUALITY
EVALUATION

Hesham Eissa, Ardeshir
Mahdavi

Simulation Technology
Transfer

pag. 807 :: DISTRIBUTED
WEB-BASED BUILDING PERFORMANCE COMPUTING: A SINGAPORE-US COLLABORATIVE
EFFORT

K. P. Lam, A. Mahdavi, R. Brahme, Z.
Kang, M. E. Ilal, N. H. Wong, S. Gupta, K. S. Au

pag.
815
:: THE USE
OF MULTIPLE BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION TOOLS DURING THE PROCESS – A
CASE STUDY IN SINGAPORE

Khee Poh Lam, Nyuk Hien
Wong, Sekhar Chandra

pag. 823 :: USING
BUILDING SIMULATION TO SUPPORT AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT INCENTIVE
PROGRAMME

Ian Beausoleil-Morrison, Rob Calla,
Maria Mottillo, Julia Purdy, Paul Wyndham-Wheeler, Phylroy Lopez, François
Dubrous, Mike Lubun

pag. 831 :: DELIVERING
SIMULATION TO THE PROFESSION: THE NEXT STAGE?

L. B. McElroy, J. A. Clarke, J. W. Hand, I. A.
Macdonald

pag. 837 :: SOME
EXPERIENCES WITH BUILDING SIMULATION IN CZECH CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY

Terezie Dunovská, Jan
Hensen

pag. 841 :: DESIGN
SUPPORT SIMULATIONS FOR THE PRAGUE ZOO ‘INDONESIAN JUNGLE’
PAVILION

Martin Bartak, Frantisek Drkal, Jan
Hensen, Milos Lain

Control
Optimization

pag. 849 :: A HYBRID
SYSTEM FOR DAYLIGHT-RESPONSIVE LIGHTING CONTROL

Seongju Chang, Ardeshir Mahdavi

pag.
857
:: SIMULATING
THE OPERATION OF PHOTOSENSOR-BASED LIGHTING CONTROLS

Charles Ehrlich, Konstantinos Papamichael, Judy Lai, Kenneth
Revzan

pag. 865 :: THE
SIMULTANEOUS OPTIMIZATION OF BUILDING FABRIC CONSTRUCTION, HVAC SYSTEM
SIZE, AND THE PLANT CONTROL STRATEGY

Jonathan
Wright, Raziyeh Farmani

pag. 873 :: THE
MULTI-CRITERION OPTIMIZATION OF BUILDING THERMAL DESIGN AND
CONTROL

Jonathan Wright, Heather
Loosemore

pag. 881 :: DEVELOPMENT
AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF HVAC CONTROL SYSTEMS IN VIRTUAL
LABORATORIES

P. Riederer, H. Vaezi-Nejad, A.
Husaunndee, F. Bruyat

pag. 889 :: APPLICATION
OF QUASI-STEADY-STATE THERMODYNAMIC MODEL OF CONVENTIONAL HEATING SYSTEM
WITH TAKAHASHI CONTROL METHOD

L. Hach, Y.
Katoh

Simulation Tools

pag. 899 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF VIRTUAL SIMULATION SYSTEM FOR HOUSING ENVIRONMENT USING RAPID PROTOTYPE
METHOD

Koji Ono, Yasushige
Morikawa

pag. 907 :: A
DAYLIGHT SIMULATION TOOL INCLUDING TRANSMITTED DIRECT AND DIFFUSE
LIGHT

Francis Miguet, Dominique
Groleau

pag. 915 :: SISLEY:
AN OPEN TOOL FOR TRANSIENT-STATE TWO-DIMENSIONAL HEAT
TRANSFER

F. Déqué, J. Noel, J. J.
Roux

Heat Transfer

pag. 923 :: FLOW
RESPONSIVE MODELLING INTERNAL SURFACE CONVECTION

Ian Beausoleil-Morrison

pag. 931 :: FOUNDATION
HEAT TRANSFER MODULE FOR ENERGYPLUS PROGRAM

Moncef Krarti, Pirawas Chuangchid, Pyeongchan
Ihm

pag. 939 :: EVALUATION
OF CONVECTIVE HEAT FLUX DENSITY BY INVERSE METHOD

A. Suleiman, Y. Le Maoult, J.P. Arcens, A.
Trombe

Moisture

pag. 949 :: UNCERTAINTY
APPROACHES FOR HYGROTHERMAL BUILDING SIMULATIONS – DRYING OF AN AAC FLAT
ROOF IN DIFFERENT CLIMATES

Andreas Holm,
Hartwig M. Kuenzel

pag. 957 :: MOISTURE
CONTENT INFLUENCE ON THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF POROUS BUILDING
MATERIALS

Nathan Mendes, Celso P. Fernandes,
Paulo C. Philippi, Roberto Lamberts

pag. 965 :: BUILDING
SIMULATION BY APPLICATION OF A HVAC SYSTEM CONSIDERING THE THERMAL AND
MOISTURE BEHAVIORS OF THE PERIMETER WALLS

Gottfried Knabe, Huu-Thoi Le

Integration

pag. 975 :: A METHOD
FOR MULTIPLE-VIEW ASSESSMENT OF BUILDING PERFORMANCE IN ESP-R

S. Citherlet, J. Hand

pag. 983 :: MULTIPLE-VIEW
PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF AN OFFICE BUILDING

S.
Citherlet

pag. 991 :: INREGRATED
ENERGY USE ANALYSIS IN OFFICE SPACES

Franco
Gugliermetti, Luciano Snatarpia, Fabio Bisegna

Poster Session

pag. 1001 :: A
PROPOSAL FOR AN ESTIMATION METHOD OF THERMAL LOAD AND SPACE RADIANT
ENVIRONMENT FOR HVAC SYSTEM DESIGN DEVELOPED BY APPLYING DOE
TECHNIQUE

Hisaya Ishino

pag.
1009
:: ENERGY
PERFORMANCE OF BOREHOLE THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS

Hiroshi Ohga, Kenji Mikoda

pag. 1017 ::
A
SIMULATION ANALYSIS OF THE OPENING AREA OF ENTRANCE DOORS AND WINTER AIR
FLOW INTO THE ENTRANCE HALL OF A HIGH-RISE BUILDING

Kimiko Kohri

Simulation
of Buildings Physics

pag. 1025 :: DIRECT
BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION BASED ON LARGE EDDY TECHNIQUES AND LATTICE
BOLTZMANN METHODS

C. van Treeck, M. Krafczyk,
S. Kühner, E. Rank

pag. 1033 :: A STUDY
ON GENERATING SYSTEM OF THERMAL IMAGENS FOR EVALUATION OF RADIATION
ENVIRONMENT OF GLASS ENCLOSED SPACE

Hisaya
Ishino, Kimiro Kohri, Masayuki Ichinose

pag. 1041 ::
WHAT
DOES IT LOOK LIKE? – QUALITY CONTROL IN SIMULATIONS OF LIGHTING
APPEARANCE

Russell Maunder,Michael Donn, Sam
Curtis, Steven Lee

Component

pag. 1051 :: BUILDING
THERMAL NETWORK MODEL BASED ON STATE-SPACE SYSTEM THEORY

Hiroyasu Okuyama

pag. 1059 :: APPLYING
NEURAL NETWORK AND GENETIC ALGORITHM IN CHILLER SYSTEM
OPTIMIZATION

T. T. Chow, Z. Lin, C. L. Song, G.
Q. Zhang

pag. 1067 :: CONCEPTUAL
PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCT MODELS FOR BUILDINGS AND THEIR
ELEMENTS

Murat Aygun

Human Factors

pag. 1073 :: CHARACTERISING
OCCUPANT BEHAVIOUR IN BUILDING: TOWARDS A STOCHASTIC MODEL OF OCCUPANT USE
OF WINDOWS, LIGHTS, BLINDS HEATERS AND FANS

J.
Fergus Nicol

pag. 1079 :: OPTIMIZATION
OF THE THERMAL BEHAVIOR OF TROPICAL BUILDINGS

David Romero, José Rincón, Nastia Almao

Daylighting and Solar Shading

pag. 1087 :: CUBIC
MODEL EXPRESSION OF DAYLIGHTED ENVIRONMENT

Yasuhiro Miki, Kazuaki Bogaki, Toshimoto
Miyata

pag. 1093 :: DAYLIGHTING
AND INSOLATION IN HIGH DENSITY URBAN ZONES: HOW SIMULATION SUPPORTED A NEW
LAW IN CURITIBA

Aloísio Leoni
Schmid

pag. 1101 :: PREDICTION
MODELS OF OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR DOMED SKYLIGHTS UNDER STANDARD AND
REAL SKY CONDITIONS

Abdelaziz Laouadi, Morad R.
Atif

pag. 1109 :: RATING
AND LABELING OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS AS A TOOL FOR PROMOTING
ENERGY EFFICIENCY PRACTICES IN BUILDINGS

Bipin
Shah, Dragan Curcija, Samuel Taylor

HVAC

pag. 1119 :: SIMULATION
OF A HVAC SYSTEM WITH THE HELP OF AN ENGINEERING EQUATION
SOLVER

Jean Lebrun

pag.
1127
:: HVAC
BESTEST: CLIM2000 AND CA-SIS RESULTS

Sabine
Hayez, Christophe Dalibart, Gilles Guyon, Jean
Feburie

pag. 1135 :: NUMERICAL
MODELING OF THE INFLUENCE OF ANGLE ADJUSTMENT OF A/C DIFFUSER VANES ON
THERMAL COMFORT IN A COMPUTER ROOM

Jan Richtr,
Jaroslav Katolicky, Miroslav Jicha

pag. 1143 :: THEORY
AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A CONCEPT MODELER SUPPORTING THE HVAC
ENGINEER

Hans Schevers, F. P.
Tolman

pag. 1151 :: HVAC
SYSTEM DESIGN AUTOMATION: ISSUES, METHODS, AND ULTIMATE
LIMITS

Charles S. Barnaby, Mikhail Shnitman,
William A. Wright

Simulation
Tools

pag. 1161 :: SISTRIBUTED
SIMULATIONS: AN OBJECT ORIENTED APPROACH

Eleni
Primikiri, Ali Malkawi

pag. 1167 :: AUTOMATIC
UNIT PROPERTY CONVERSION IN SPARK

Edward F.
Sowell, Michael A. Moshier, Ender Erdem

pag. 1175 ::
APPLICATION
OF THE STATE-OF-ART COMPUTER SIMULATION AND VISUALIZATION ARCHITECTURAL
LIGHTING RESEARCH

Mehlika N.
Inanici

pag. 1183 :: DEVELOPMENT
OF A COLLABORATIVE DESIGN TOOL FOR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS IN AN IMMERSIVE
VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT

Mehdi Setareh, Doug A.
Bowman, Pradeep Tumati

Daylighting
and Solar Shading

pag. 1191 :: ENERGY
EFFICIENT DESIGN OF SIDE-WINDOW FOR DAYLIGHTING APPLICATION IN
THAILAND

S. Chungloo, B. Limmeechokchai, S.
Chungpaibulpatana

pag. 1199 :: DAYLIGHTING
SIMULATION OF JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE USING ALL SKY MODEL

Masaki Manabe, Hitoshi Yamazaki, Shoich
Kojima

pag. 1207 :: NATURAL-LIGHTING
DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE: FILLING IN THE BLANKS

Benjamin Geebelen, Herman Neuckermans

pag.
1215
:: A STUDY
ON THE ACCURACY OF DAYLIGHTING SIMULATION OF HEAVILY OBSTRUCTED BUILDINGS
IN HONG KONG

Edward Ng

Control Optimization

pag. 1225 :: SIMULATION
MODELS FOR TESTING CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR HVAC APPLICATIONS

R. Lahrech, P. Gruber, P. Riederer, P. Tessier, J. C.
Visier

pag. 1233 :: SIMULATION
AND OPTIMAL CONTROL STRATEGIES OF HVAC SYSTEMS

Clemens Felsmann, Gottfried Knabe

pag.
1241
:: SELF-AWARE
BUILDINGS: A SIMULATION-BASED APPROACH

Ardeshir
Mahdavi, Rohini Brahme, Smita Gupta

pag. 1249 :: OPTIMAL
OPERATION OF A HVAC SYSTEM WITH A THERMAL STORAGE WATER TANK

Harunori Yoshida, Hiromasa Yamaguti

CFD

pag. 1259 :: THE
ADAPTIVE COUPLING COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS WITH WHOLE-BUILDING THERMAL
SIMULATION

Ian
Beausoleil-Morrison

pag. 1267 :: FURTHER
DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CONFLATION OF CFD AND BUILDING SIMULATION

I. Beausoleil-Morrison, J. A. Clarke, J. Denev, I. A.
Macdonald, A. Melikov, P. Stankov

pag. 1275 :: A
METHODOLOGY FOR MICRO-LEVEL BUILDING THERMAL ANALYSIS: COMBINING CFD AND
EXPERIMENTAL SET-UPS

Ruchi Choudhary, Ali
Malkawi

pag. 1283 :: CFD AND
ZONAL APPROACHES: COMPARISON AND VALIDATION

Mehdi Mohammedi, Franck Lainault, Frédéric Milcent,
Jean-Pierre Petit

Acoustics

pag. 1291 :: MODELLING
OF ROOM ACOUSTIC PARAMETERS USING MLS TECHNIQUE AND NUMERICAL
SIMULATION

Marcio A. Gomes, Samir N. Y.
Gerges

pag. 1297 :: SIMULATION
OF SOUND INSULATION PROPERTIES OF ‘VACUUM ZAPPI FACADE
PANELS’

Marinus van der Voorden, Lau Nijs,
Hanneke Spoorenberg

Daylighting and
Solar Shading

pag. 1307 :: OPTIMISING
ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN OFFICES AS A FUNCTION OF WINDOW AREA AND ROOM
SIZE

Enedir Ghisi, John
Tinker

pag. 1315 :: DAYLIGHT
FACTOR DISTRIBUTION IN INTERIOR BASED UPON THE MEAN SKY

Toshio Onai, Masato Oki

pag. 1321 :: BRISE
SOLEIL – CLASSICAL ELEMENTS OF TROPICAL MODERNISM

Michael Laar

pag. 1329 :: DAYLIGHTING
SYSTEMS FOR THE TROPICS – THE EXAMPLE OF LASER CUT PANELS (AUSTRALIA) AND
PLEXIGLAS DAYLIGHT (GERMANY)

Michael
Laar

pag. 1335 :: LIGHTSHELVES
AND FINS – CARRYING ON WHERE THE TROPICAL MODERNISM LEFT OFF

Michael Laar

pag. 1341 :: DAYLIGHTING
IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: THE USE OF NEW COMPONENTS AND DESIGN SOLUTIONS TO
OPTIMIZE VISUAL COMFORT AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Aldo Fanchiotti, Claudia Amorim

pag.
1349
:: DAYLIGHTING
OF CLASSROOMS THROUGH COURTYARDS

Leonardo
Bittencourt, Mariana Melo

Energy
System Analysis

pag. 1359 :: IMPACT
OF A VERANDA ON THE REDUCTION OF THE ENERGY CONSUPTION IN RESIDENTIAL
BUILDINGS: AN APPLICATION OF THE CLIM2000 SOFTWARE

R. Chareille, J. J. Roux, D. Covalet, O
Hartmann

pag. 1367 :: METHODOLOGY
FOR BUILDING MODELLING AND CALIBRATION FOR WARM CLIMATES

A. Pedrini, R. Lamberts

pag. 1373 :: REGRESSION
ANALYSIS OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND ARCHITECTURAL VARIABLES OF
CONDITIONED COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS IN 14 BRAZILIAN CITIES

Régis Signor, Fernando Simon Westphal, Roberto
Lamberts

pag. 1381 :: APPLYING
SIMPLIFIELD SIMULATION TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES TO THE DESIGN OF NEW
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

Malcolm Lewis, Thomas A.
Lunnerberg

pag. 1389 :: USE OF
‘COMFIE’ COMPUTER SIMULATION TOOL FOR EVALUATION OF THERMAL PERFORMANCE IN
HOUSING UNITS

Miriam J. Barbosa, Juliano
Sakamoto, Andrea Zeballos Adachi, Jorge D. de Melo
Moura

pag. 1397 :: ARCHITECTURAL
CONSTRAINTS IN A GENERATIVE DESIGN SYSTEM: INTERPRETING ENERGY CONSUMPTION
LEVELS

Luisa Caldas, Leslie
Norford