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Building Simulation 2009

Zero Carbon Housing

pag. 1 :: INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIAL FOR ACHIEVING LOW AND ZERO CARBON HOMES IN THE UK USING AN INTERACTIVE CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES BASED TOOLKIT
Rajat Gupta; Smita Chandiwala

pag. 9 :: USING EXISTING WHOLE BUILDING ENERGY TOOLS FOR DESIGNING NET-ZERO ENERGY BUILDINGS – CHALLENGES AND WORKAROUNDS
Rohini Brahme; Zheng O’Neill; William Sisson; Kevin Otto

pag. 17 :: RIGHT SIZING AN OFF-GRID SOLAR HOUSE
Huafen Hu; Godfried Augenbroe

Low Carbon Heating, Cooling and Electricity

pag. 25 :: DYNAMIC SIMULATION OF A COMPLETE SOLAR ASSISTED CONDITIONING SYSTEM IN AN OFFICE BUILDING USING TRNSYS
Sébastien Thomas; Philippe André

pag. 33 :: IMPLEMENTATION AND VALIDATION OF COMBUSTION ENGINE MICROCOGENERATION ROUTINE FOR THE SIMULATION PROGRAM IDA-ICE
Kari Alanne; Niklas Söderholm; Kai Sirén

pag. 41 :: MODELLING SPACE HEATING SYSTEMS CONNECTED TO DISTRICT HEATING IN CASE OF ELECTRIC POWER FAILURE
Patrick Lauenburg; Per-Olof Johansson; Janusz Wollerstrand

pag. 49 :: NUMERICAL MODELLING OF MULTIPLE STANDING COLUMN WELLS FOR HEATING AND COOLING BUILDINGS 
Bobo Mingsum Ng; Chris Underwood; Sara Walker

pag. 56 :: POTENTIAL FOR THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY ADVANCEMENT IN DISTRICT HEATING AND COOLING PLANT BY RENOVATION 
Yoshiyuki Shimoda; Yoshitaka Uno; Yoshie Togano; Ryo Sunagawa; Yutaka Shoji

Modelling of Controllers

pag. 64 :: APPLICATION OF ANN (ARTIFICIAL-NEURAL-NETWORK) IN RESIDENTIAL THERMAL CONTROL 
Jin Woo Moon; Sung Kwon Jung; Jong-Jin Kim

pag. 72 :: REAL CONTROLLERS IN THE CONTEXT OF FULL-BUILDING, WHOLE-YEAR SIMULATION
Per Sahlin; Axel Bring; Lars Eriksson

pag. 80 :: SELF-CALIBRATION AND OPTIMAL CONTROL OF A DOUBLE-SKIN SYSTEM
Seong-Hwan Yoon; Cheol-Soo Park; Godfried Augenbroe; Deuk-Woo Kim

pag. 88 :: EVALUATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF AIR-CONDITIONER ENERGY SAVING CONTROL CONSIDERING INDOOR THERMAL COMFORT 
Fulin Wang; Harunori Yoshida; Bo Li; Noriko Umemiya; Satoshi Hashimoto; Takaaki Matsuda; Hideo Shinbayashi

pag. 96 :: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF DETAILED BUILDING, PLANT AND CONTROLLER MODELLING TO DEMONSTRATE INTERACTIVE BEHAVIOUR OF SYSTEM COMPONENTS 
Jeremy Cockroft; David Kennedy; Martin O’Hara; Aizaz Samuel; Paul Strachan; Paul Tuohy

Modelling Future Energy Demand

pag. 104 :: EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS IN HOTELS IN 2030
Simon Taylor; Thomas Achtmanis; Li Shao

pag. 112 :: ESTIMATION OF HEATING ENERGY USE OF EXISTING HOUSES IN A FUTURE CLIMATE: 2050 VS 2007
Radu Zmeureanu; Guillaume Renaud; Camille Julien; Jean Brau

pag. 117 :: MODELING THE GLOBAL WARMING EFFECT ON INDOOR TEMPERATURE PEAKS AND COOLING SYSTEMS CONSUMPTION 
Tímea Dénes-Béjat; Emmanuel Bozonnet; Isabelle Calmet

Energy Demands

pag. 123 :: IMPACT OF ADOPTING THE TIME-OF-USE RATE PLANS ON THE ELECTRICITY COST IN THE CANADIAN RESIDENTIAL SECTOR 
Ali M. Syed

pag. 129 :: WHOLE BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION AND ENERGY SAVING POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OF A LARGE PUBLIC BUILDING 
Yiqun Pan

pag. 137 :: THE INFLUENCE OF DESIGN DECISIONS ON ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE: THE CASE OF UFRN CAMPUS, BRAZIL 
Raoni Venâncio; Aldomar Pedrini

pag. 144 :: SIMULATING ENERGY USE IN MULTI-FAMILY DWELLINGS WITH MEASURED, NON CONSTANT HEAT GAINS FROM HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICITY 
Dennis Johansson; Hans Bagge

pag. 151 :: DERIVING U.S. HOUSEHOLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION PROFILES FROM AMERICAN TIME USE SURVEY DATA – A BOOTSTRAP APPROACH 
Yun-Shang Chiou

Optimisation

pag. 159 :: A GENETIC ALGORITHM FOR OPTIMIZATION OF BUILDING ENVELOPE AND HVAC SYSTEM PARAMETERS 
Matti Palonen; Ala Hasan; Kai Siren

pag. 167 :: APPLICATION MULTI-OBJECTIVE GENETIC ALGORITHM FOR OPTIMAL DESIGN METHOD OF DISTRIBUTED ENERGY SYSTEM 
Genku Kayo; Ryozo Ooka

pag. 173 :: COMBINATION OF OPTIMISATION ALGORITHMS FOR A MULTI-OBJECTIVE BUILDING DESIGN PROBLEM 
Mohamed Hamdy; Ala Hasan; Kai Siren

pag. 180 :: GENETIC OPTIMIZATION OF EXTERNAL SHADING DEVICES
Marco Manzan; Francesco Pinto

pag. 188 :: USE OF GENETIC ALGORITHMS FOR MULTICRITERIA OPTIMIZATION OF BUILDING REFURBISHMENT 
Fanny Pernodet; Hicham Lahmidi; Pierre Michel

Software Focusing on the User

pag. 196 :: DAYLIGHT FACTOR SIMULATIONS: HOW CLOSE DO SIMULATION BEGINNERS ‘REALLY’ GET? 
Diego I. Ibarra; Christoph F. Reinhart

pag. 204 :: ARCHITECT FRIENDLY: A COMPARISON OF TEN DIFFERENT BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION TOOLS 
Shady Attia; Liliana Beltrán; André De Herde; Jan Hensen

pag. 212 :: BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION IN UNDERGRADUATE MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION: LEARNING FROM AN ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING COLLABORATION 
Patrick P. Charles; Charles R. Thomas

Indoor Air Flow and Natural Ventilation

pag. 220 :: SURVEY OF THE EXISTING APPROACHES TO ASSESS AND DESIGN NATURAL VENTILATION AND NEED FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS 
Marcello Caciolo; Dominique Marchio; Pascal Stabat

pag. 228 :: O-ZONE: AUTOMATIC GENERATOR OF ZONAL MODEL DEDICATED TO DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS OF AIR FLOWS AND HEAT TRANSFERS IN A ROOM 
Sihem Tasca-Guernouti; Marjorie Musy; Gérard Hégron

pag. 236 :: CURRENT AND LIKELY FUTURE PERFORMANCE OF ADVANCED NATURAL
VENTILATION 

Yingchun Ji; Kevin J. Lomas

pag. 244 :: HIGH-PERFORMACNE AND LOW-COST COMPUTING FOR INDOOR AIRFLOW
Wangda Zuo; Qingyan Chen

pag. 250 :: STUDY ON ENERGY MODELING METHODS OF ATRIUM BUILDINGS
Yiqun Pan

Glazing and Lighting

pag. 258 :: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF PV VENTILATED GLAZING
Tin-tai Chow; Zhongzhu Qiu; Chunying Li

pag. 264 :: APPLICATIONS OF IMAGE BASED RENDERING IN LIGHTING SIMULATION:
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF IMAGE BASED SKY MODELS 

Mehlika Inanici

pag. 272 :: COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATIONS FOR PREDICTING VERTICAL DAYLIGHT LEVELS IN ATRIUM BUILDINGS 
Jiangtao Du; Steve Sharples

pag. 280 :: PRACTICAL METHOD TO MODEL TREES FOR DAYLIGHTING SIMULATION USING HEMISPHERICAL PHOTOGRAPHY 
Khaled A. Al-Sallal

pag. 286 :: IMPACT OF WINDOW DESIGN VARIANTS ON LIGHTING AND COOLING LOADS: CLUES FOR REVISITING LOCAL BUILDING REGULATIONS 
Sanyogita Manu; Rajan Rawal

Residential Demands

pag. 294 :: STUDY ON SIMULATION MODELLING STRATEGY FOR PREDICTING THERMAL ENERGY DEMAND PROFILES OF RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
Minhwan Kim; Insoo Yook; Dongho Kim; Laehyun Kim; Jaemin Kim

pag. 300 :: ON PREDICTING THE MAGNITUDE AND TEMPORAL VARIATION OF COOLING LOADS IN DETACHED RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 
Ian Beausoleil-Morrison

pag. 308 :: THE EFFECTIVENES OF INTRODUCING EFFECTIVE ENERGY SAVINGS MEASURES FOR HOUSEHOLDS IN JAPAN’S RESIDENTIAL SECTOR
Tomo Okamura; Yoshiyuki Shimoda; Yohei Yamaguchi; Yukio Yamaguchi

Heat and Moisture Modelling

pag. 316 :: EXTERNAL COUPLING BETWEEN BES AND HAM PROGRAMS FOR WHOLE-BUILDING SIMULATION
Daniel Cóstola; Bert Blocken; Jan Hensen

pag. 324 :: APPLICATION OF EXTERNALLY-COUPLED BES-CFD IN HAM ENGINEERING OF THE INDOOR ENVIRONMENT 
Mohammad Mirsadeghi; Bert Blocken; Jan Hensen

pag. 332 :: AN ONSET TO WHOLE BUILDING HYGROTHERMAL MODELLING UNDER WIND-DRIVEN RAIN LOADS 
Masaru Abuku; Hans Janssen; Staf Roels

pag. 340 :: NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF HEAT AND MOISTURE TRANSFER IN HISTORICAL CERAMIC MASONRY WALL 
Dariusz Heim; Sebastian Krawczynski; John Grunewald

pag. 346 :: COMMON EXERCISES IN WHOLE BUILDING HAM MODELLING
Carsten Rode; Monika Woloszyn

Performance Analysis

pag. 354 :: MODELLING OF HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS FOR DIFFERENT HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS IN LOW ENERGY BUILDING
Joachim Seifert

pag. 361 :: MODELING AND EXPERIMENT ANALYSIS OF VARIABLE REFRIGERANT FLOW AIRCONDITIONING SYSTEMS 
Xuhui Wang; Jianjun Xia; Xiaoliang Zhang; Sumio Shiochi; Chen Peng; Yi Jiang

pag. 369 :: SIMULATION OF PASSIVE DOWN-DRAUGHT EVAPORATIVE COOLING (PDEC) SYSTEMS IN ENERGYPLUS 
Daeho Kang; Richard K. Strand

pag. 377 :: MANAGEMENT STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF A GROUND COUPLED HVAC SYSTEM 
N. Pardo; Á. Montero; A. Sala; J. Martos; J.F. Urchueguía

pag. 385 :: PERFORMANCE PREDICTION ON THE FINNED-TUBE DRY COOLER IN WINTER PERIOD
Bing Yu; Xichun Wang; Peter Luscuere

Cooling and Phase Change

pag. 392 :: A REVISED RADIANT TIME SERIES (RTS) METHOD FOR INTERMITTENT COOLING LOAD CALCULATION 
Mingxian Cui; Tingyao Chen

pag. 400 :: NUMERICAL METHOD FOR CALCULATING LATENT HEAT STORAGE IN CONSTRUCTIONS CONTAINING PHASE CHANGE MATERIAL 
Jorgen Rose; Andreas Lahme; Niels Uhre Christensen; Per Heiselberg; Magne Hansen; Karl Grau

pag. 408 :: NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE THICKNESS AND MELTING POINT ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PHASE CHANGE MATERIALS: APPLICATION TO THE RENOVATION OF A LOW INERTIA SCHOOL
Joseph Virgone; Jean Noël; Raymond Reisdorf

Modelling Prerequisites and Simple Models

pag. 414 :: PRECONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SIMULATION IN M&E ENGINEERING
P. de Wilde; D. Prickett

pag. 420 :: A SIMPLE CHILLER MODEL FOR HOURLY TIME STEP APPLICATIONS
Gerhard Zweifel

pag. 428 :: SIMPLE, FULLY FEATURED BOILER LOOP MODELLING
Erica Kenna; Paul Bannister

pag. 434 :: A TWO-NODE HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER NETWORK MODEL FOR LONG-TERM SIMULATION OF VOID SPACE OF HIGH-RISE APARTMENT HOUSES EQUIPPED WITH GASFIRED BOILERS 
Tatsuo Nagai; Takashi Kurabuchi

pag. 442 :: COMBINING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF DETAIL IN MODELLING FOR AN IMPROVED PRECISION OF HVAC PLANT SIMULATION 
Manuel Ljubijankić; Christoph Nytsch-Geusen

CFD

pag. 450 :: SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF PREDICTED CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER AT INTERNAL BUILDING SURFACES TO DIFFUSER MODELLING IN CFD 
Kim Goethals; Arnold Janssens

pag. 458 :: RESULTS FROM A CFD REFERENCE STUDY INTO THE MODELLING OF HEAT AND SMOKE TRANSPORT BY DIFFERENT CFD-PRACTITIONERS 
Marcel Loomans; Tony Lemaire; Mirjam van der Plas

pag. 466 :: A PROTOTYPE MESH GENERATION TOOL DEVELOPMENT FOR CFD SIMULATIONS IN ARCHITECTURE DOMAIN 
Rui Zhang; Yongjie Zhang; Khee Poh Lam; David H. Archer

pag. 474 :: BUILDING SIMULATION OF THERMAL ENVIRONMENT USING RESPONSE FACTOR ANALYSED BY THREE-DIMENSIONAL CFD FACTOR
Kyosuke Hiyama; Yoshihiro Ishida; Shinsuke Kato

pag. 481 :: NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF COLD AIR JET ATTACHMENT TO NON ADIABATIC WALLS
Nikola Mirkov; Zana Stevanovic; Zarko Stevanovic

Climate and Microclimate

pag. 489 :: APPLICATION OF CFD IN BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION FOR THE OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENT 
Bert Blocken; Ted Stathopoulos; Jan Carmeliet; Jan Hensen

pag. 497 :: ASSESSING THE ERROR FROM FAILURE TO ACCOUNT FOR URBAN MICROCLIMATE IN COMPUTER SIMULATION OF BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE
T. J. Williamson; Evyatar Erell; Veronica Soebarto

pag. 505 :: MULTISCALE MODELLING OF URBAN CLIMATE
Adil Rasheed; Darren Robinson

pag. 513 :: ON SELECTING WEATHER DATA SETS TO ESTIMATE A BUILDING DESIGN’S ROBUSTNESS TO CLIMATE VARIATIONS 
Christian Struck; Pieter de Wilde; Janneke Evers; Jan Hensen; Wim Plokker

Occupant Data Collection and Behavioural Modelling

pag. 521 :: TOTAL UTILITY DEMAND PREDICTION BASED ON PROBABILISTICALLY GENERATED BEHAVIROAL SCHEDULES OF ACTURAL INHABITANTS 
Jun Tanimoto; Aya Hagishima

pag. 529 :: A COMPREHENSIVE STOCHASTIC MODEL OF BLIND USAGE: THEORY AND VALIDATION
Frédéric Haldi; Darren Robinson

pag. 537 :: TOWARD EMPIRICALLY-BASED MODELS OF PEOPLE’S PRESENCE AND ACTIONS IN BUILDINGS 
Ardeshir Mahdavi; Claus Pröglhöf

pag. 545 :: A COMPREHENSIVE STOCHASTIC MODEL OF WINDOW USAGE: THEORY AND VALIDATION
Frédéric Haldi; Darren Robinson

Issues in Compliance

pag. 553 :: UK BUILDING ENERGY CALCULATION SOFTWARE APPROVAL SCHEME
Michael Chin Nam Lim

pag. 561 :: AN ANALYSIS OF RESULTS VARIABILITY IN ENERGY PERFORMANCE COMPLIANCE VERIFICATION TOOLS
Rokia Raslan; Michael Davies; Nick Doylend

pag. 569 :: ASSET RATING: DISAGREEMENT BETWEEN THE RESULTS OBTAINED FROM SOFTWARE FOR ENERGY CERTIFICATION
Angelo Milone; Daniele Milone; Salvatore Pitruzzella

pag. 576 :: METHODOLOGY TO ENHANCE THE PORTUGUESE THERMAL REGULATION ACCURACY FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS 
Pedro Silva

pag. 584 :: COMPARISON OF STANDARD AND CASE-BASED USER PROFILES IN BUILDING’S ENERGY PERFORMANCE SIMULATION 
Sergio Cantos Gaceo; Félix Iglesias Vázquez; Jordina Vidal Moreno

Heat Pumps and Ground Heat Exchange

pag. 591 :: COMPARISON OF A GROUND-COUPLING REFERENCE STANDARD MODEL TO SIMPLIFIED APPROACHES 
Timothy P. McDowell; Jeff W. Thornton; Matthew J. Duffy

pag. 599 :: SEASONAL STORAGE OF SOLAR ENERGY IN BOREHOLE HEAT EXCHANGERS
Simon Chapuis; Michel Bernier

pag. 607 :: SIMULATION OF A DOMESTIC GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP SYSTEM USING A TRANSIENT NUMERICAL BORSEHOLE HEAT EXCHANGER MODEL 
Miaomiao He; Simon Rees; Li Shao

pag. 615 :: USE OF RESPONSE FACTOR METHOD TO MODEL EARTH-TO-AIR HEAT EXCHANGER BEHAVIOUR: INTEGRATION IN A WHOLE BUILDING SIMULATION INTO SIMSPARK PLATFORM 
Pierre Tittelein; Etienne Wurtz; Gilbert Achard

pag. 623 :: INFLUENCE OF GROUND HEAT EXCHANGER MODELLING ON THE PREDICTED EFFICIENCY OF THE HEAT PUMP SYSTEM 
Wojciech Kozak; Joachim Seifert; Wolfgang Richter

Software Environments and Paradigms

pag. 631 :: METHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPING REUSABLE SCHEDULER CLASSES APPLICABLE FOR LONG TERM BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION 
Eisuke Togashi; Shin-ichi Tanabe

pag. 638 :: BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION AND OBJECT-ORIENTED MODELLING: REVIEW AND REFLECTIONS UPON ACHIEVED RESULTS AND FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS 
Livio Mazzarella; Martina Pasini

pag. 646 :: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS IN AN EQUATION-BASED MODELING
ENVIRONMENT 

Jason Brown

pag. 652 :: A MODELICA-BASED MODEL LIBRARY FOR BUILDING ENERGY AND CONTROL SYSTEMS 
Michael Wetter

Demand Modelling and Optimisation

pag. 660 :: ANALYZING THE ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF PERMUTATIONS OF ENERGY-SAVING MEASURES WITH BATCH SIMULATIONS AND PARETO OPTIMIZATION
Kristien Achten; Roel De Coninck; Griet Verbeeck; Jeroen Van der Veken

pag. 668 :: OPTIMISATION OF URBAN ENERGY DEMAND USING AN EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHM
Jérôme Henri Kämpf; Darren Robinson

pag. 674 :: IMPACT OF INSULATION ON BUILDING ENERGY CONSUMPTION
Jong-Jin Kim; Jin Woo Moon

pag. 681 :: IMPACT OF GREY WATER HEAT RECOVERY ON THE ELECTRICAL DEMAND OF DOMESTIC HOT WATER HEATERS 
Parham Eslami-nejad; Michel Bernier

Modelling of Heat Transfer Processes

pag. 688 :: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A VERSATILE METHOD FOR THE CALCULATION OF HEAT TRANSFER IN WATER-BASED RADIANT SYSTEMSq 
Massimiliano Scarpa; Karl Grau; Bjarne W. Olesen

pag. 696 :: ENERGY MODELLING OF ETFE MEMBRANES IN BUILDING APPLICATIONS
Harris Poirazis; Mikkel Kragh; Charlie Hogg

pag. 704 :: A FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH TO COOLING LOAD CALCULATIONS FOR UFADS AND STRATIFIED SPACES
Curtis O. Pedersen

pag. 709 :: APPROXIMATE ANALYTICAL SOLUTION FOR THE HEAT TRANSFER IN PACKED BEDS FOR SOLAR THERMAL STORAGE IN BUILDING SIMULATORS 
F. R. Villatoro; J. Pérez; F. Domínguez-Muñoz; J. M. Cejudo-López

pag. 716 :: ENERGY CAPTURE USING URBAN SURFACE WATER: MODELLING AND IN-SITU MEASUREMENTS 
Evelyn Aparicio Medrano; Kees Wisse; Rob Uittenbogaard

Advanced Systems Modelling

pag. 724 :: AN IMPLEMENTATION OF CO-SIMULATION FOR PERFORMANCE PREDICTION OF INNOVATIVE INTEGRATED HVAC SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS 
Marija Trcka; Michael Wetter; Jan L.M. Hensen

pag. 732 :: COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT APPROACHES FOR THE SIMULATION OF BOILERS USING OIL, GAS, PELLETS OR WOOD CHIPS 
Michel Haller; Lars Konersmann; Robert Haberl; Angela Dröscher; Elimar Frank

pag. 740 :: COMPUTER SIMULATION FOR BETTER DESIGN AND OPERATION OF LARGE OFFICE BUILDING AIR-CONDITIONING
Milos Lain; Jan Hensen; Vladimir Zmrhal

pag. 746 :: DYNAMIC MODELLING OF SHIP ENVIRONMENTS WITH ESP-R
Andrew Pennycott; Aizaz Samuel

pag. 752 :: DYNAMIC TEST METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE GLOBAL SEASONAL PERFORMANCE FACTOR OF HEAT PUMPS USED FOR HEATING, COOLING AND DOMESTIC HOT WATER PREPARATION 
P. Riederer; V. Partenay; O. Raguideau

Simulation Assisted Control and Control Strategy Development

pag. 760 :: RECENT ADVANCES IN SIMULATION-POWERED BUILDING SYSTEMS CONTROL
Ardeshir Mahdavi; Mathias Schuss; Georg Suter; Susanne Metzger; Sergio Camara; Sokol Dervishi

pag. 767 :: CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING ENERGY IN A BUILDING MOCK-UP
Julien Eynard; Benjamin Paris; Stéphane Grieu; Thierry Talbert; Frédérik Thiery

pag. 775 :: KEY FACTORS: METHODOLOGY FOR ENHANCEMENT AND SUPPORT OF BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE 
Andrea Costa; Marcus Keane; Paul Raftery; James O’Donnell

pag. 783 :: A SIMULATION-SUPPORTED CONTROL SCHEME FOR NATURAL VENTILATION IN BUILDINGS 
Ardeshir Mahdavi; Kristina Orehounig; Claus Pröglhöf

Photovoltaics and Solar Thermal

pag. 789 :: A SIMPLE MODEL OF DOMESTIC PV SYSTEMS AND THEIR INTEGRATION WITH BUILDING LOADS 
Steven K. Firth; Richard A. Buswell; Kevin J. Lomas

pag. 797 :: DEVELOPMENT OF AN AIR-BASED OPEN LOOP BUILDING-INTEGRATED
PHOTOVOLTAIC/THERMAL SYSTEM MODEL 

Luis Candanedo; William O’Brien; Andreas Athienitis

pag. 805 :: A COMPARATIVE SIMULATION STUDY OF SOLAR FLAT-PLATE COLLECTORS DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY INTEGRATED INTO THE BUILDING ENVELOPE 
J. Metzger; T. Matuska; H. Schranzhofer

pag. 811 :: DESIGN METHODOLOGY FOR OPTIMIZATION OF ELECTRICITY GENERATION AND DAYLIGHT UTILIZATION FOR FAÇADE WITH SEMITRANSPARENT PHOTOVOLTAICS
Leanne Robinson; Andreas Athienitis

Buffering and Materials

pag. 819 :: ON MODELLING MOISTURE BUFFERING WHEN EVALUATING HUMIDITY CONTROLLED HVAC SYSTEMS
Marijke Steeman; Kim Goethals; Jelle Laverge; Arnold Janssens; Michel De Paepe

pag. 827 :: QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF INTERIOR MOISTURE BUFFERING
Hans Janssen

pag. 835 :: IN SITU DETERMINATION OF THE MOISTURE BUFFERING POTENTIAL OF ROOM ENCLOSURES
Evy Vereecken; Staf Roels; Hans Janssen

pag. 843 :: STUDY OF THE TRANSIENT BEHAVIOUR OF A HEMP CONCRETE BUILDING ENVELOPE
A. D. Tran Le; C. Maalouf; T. H. Mai; E. Wurtz

Compliance Exemplars

pag. 851 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A WEB-BASED, CODE-COMPLIANT 2001 IECC RESIDENTIAL SIMULATOR FOR TEXAS 
Jeff Haberl; Charles Culp; Bahman Yazdani

pag. 859 :: EVALUATION OF A PRESCRIPTIVE VENTILATION STANDARD WITH REGARD TO 3 DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Jelle Laverge; Arnold Janssens

pag. 867 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A WEB-BASED, CODE-COMPLIANT ASHRAE 90.1-1999 COMMERCIAL SIMULATION FOR TEXAS 
Jeff Haberl; Charles Culp; Bahman Yazdani

pag. 875 :: INTEGRATED CALCULATIONS OF THERMAL BEHAVIOUR OF BUILDINGS AND PROCESSES IN AHU – THE TOOL FOR ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF COMPLEX BUILDINGS 
Maciej Mijakowski; Piotr Narowski; Jerzy Sowa

pag. 883 :: THE APPLICATION OF SIMULATION IN THE PREDICTION AND ACHIEVEMENT OF ABSOLUTE BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE 
Paul Bannister

Validation

pag. 890 :: VALIDATION OF THE INDOOR EXPOSURE MODEL FOR DWELLING LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT 
Arjen Meijer

pag. 896 :: THREE CASE STUDIES USING BUILDING SIMULATION TO PREDICT ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF AUSTRALIAN OFFICE BUILDINGS 
Aileen Marie Egan

pag. 904 :: AUTOMATICALLY CALIBRATING A PROBABILISTIC GRAPHICAL MODEL OF BUILDING ENERGY CONSUMPTION 
Daniel Tarlow; Andrew Peterman; Benedict R. Schwegler; Christopher Trigg

pag. 912 :: VALIDATION OF THE ZONAL METHOD FOR THE CASE OF ISOTHERMAL AIRFLOW IN A RECTANGULAR CAVITY 
Tiago Czelusniak; Kátia Cordeiro Mendonça; Marc Olivier Abadie
Glazing, Solar Processes and Glare

pag. 920 :: GEOMETRIC OPTIMIZATION OF FENESTRATION
Jonathan Wright

pag. 928 :: IMPLEMENTATION AND APPLICATION OF A NEW BI-DIRECTIONAL SOLAR MODELLING METHOD FOR COMPLEX FACADES WITHIN THE ESP-R BUILDING SIMULATION PROGRAM
Francesco Frontini; Tilmann E. Kuhn; Sebastian Herkel; Paul Strachan; Georgios Kokogiannakis

pag. 936 :: GOAL-BASED DAYLIGHTING DESIGN USING AN INTERACTIVE SIMULATION METHOD
Jaime Lee; Marilyne Andersen; Yu Sheng; Barbara Cutler

pag. 944 :: DYNAMIC DAYLIGHT GLARE EVALUATION
Jan Wienold

Shading and Facades

pag. 952 :: ACTIVE SOLAR SHADING
Dennis Johansson

pag. 960 :: CALIBRATION OF MODELS WITH MICROSHADE
Soren Ostergaard Jensen

pag. 968 :: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STATIC VS. DYNAMIC CONTROLS OF DOUBLE-SKIN SYSTEMS
Seong-Hwan Yoon; Cheol-Soo Park; Joon-Woo Lee

pag. 976 :: MODELING FENESTRATION WITH SHADING DEVICES IN BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION: A PRACTICAL APPROACH 
Bartosz A. Lomanowski; John L. Wright

pag. 984 :: METHOD FOR EVALUATING EXTERNAL SHADING DEVICE INFLUENCES ON ZONE GAINS BY ENERGYPLUS SIMULATION PROGRAMME 
Neslihan Türkmenoglu Bayraktar; Vildan Ok

Uncertainty … or is it?

pag. 992 :: COMPARISON OF SAMPLING TECHNIQUES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF MONTECARLO BASED SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS 
Iain A. Macdonald

pag. 1000 :: IMPACTS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CHOICES ON BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE APPLICATIONS OF UNCERTAINTY AND SENSITIVITY TECHNIQUES 
Alfonso Capozzoli; Houcem eddine Mechri; Vincenzo Corrado

pag. 1008 :: UNCERTAINTY IN THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF INSULATION MATERIALS
F. Domínguez-Muñoz; B. Anderson; J. M. Cejudo-López; A. Carrillo-Andrés

pag. 1014 :: APPLICATION OF PARTIAL SAFETY FACTORS IN BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT 
H. Brohus; P. Heiselberg; A. Hesselholt; H. Rasmussen

pag. 1022 :: UNCERTAINTY OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION ASSESSMENT OF DOMESTIC BUILDINGS
H. Brohus; P. Heiselberg; A. Simonsen, K. C. Sorensen

Modelling Air Flow

pag. 1030 :: A NEW UNDER-AISLE DISPLACEMENT AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR WIDE-BODY AIRCRAFT CABINS
Shi Yin; Tengfei Zhang

pag. 1037 :: INTEGRATION OF NATURAL VENTILATION MODELS IN THE HYGROTHERMAL AND ENERGY SIMULATION PROGRAM POWERDOMUS 
Roberto Z. Freire; Marc O. Abadie; Nathan Mendes

pag. 1045 :: NUMERICAL STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF A CEILING HEIGHT FOR DISPLACEMENT VENTILATION 
Yukihiro Hashimoto; Hiroko Yoneda

pag. 1053 :: PERFORMANCE OF MIXED-MODE COOLING STRATEGIES FOR OFFICE BUILDINGS IN ARID CLIMATES 
Sherif Ezzeldin; Simon Rees; Malcolm Cook

Stock Modelling

pag. 1061 :: A GIS-BASED BOTTOM-UP SPACE HEATING DEMAND MODEL OF THE LONDON DOMESTIC STOCK 
A. Mavrogianni; M. Davies; M. Kolokotroni; I. Hamilton

pag. 1068 :: ENERGY MODELLING OF CITY HOUSING STOCK AND ITS TEMPORAL EVOLUTION
Natalia Filchakova; Urs Wilke; Darren Robinson

pag. 1075 :: A FRAMEWORK FOR COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF BELGRADE HOUSING STOCK: DETERMINANTS OF CARBON REDUCTION STRATEGY 
Miroslava Kavgic; Dejan Mumovic; Mike Davies; Zarko Stevanovic; Maja Djurovic-Petrovic

pag. 1083 :: CITYSIM: COMPREHENSIVE MICRO-SIMULATION OF RESOURCE FLOWS FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING
Darren Robinson; F. Haldi; J. Kämpf; P. Leroux; D. Perez; A. Rasheed; U. Wilke
IEA Validation

pag. 1091 :: WHAT DID THEY DO IN IEA 34/43? OR HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR BUGS IN 500,000 LINES OF CODE 
Ron Judkoff; Joel Neymark

pag. 1099 :: IEA BESTEST IN-DEPTH DIAGNOSTIC CASES FOR GROUND COUPLED HEAT TRANSFER RELATED TO SLAB-ON-GRADE CONSTRUCTION 
J. Neymark; R. Judkoff; I. Beausoleil-Morrison; A. Ben-Nakhi; M. Crowley; M. Deru; R. Henninger; H. Ribberink; J. Thornton; A. Wijsman; M. Witte

pag. 1107:: AN EMPIRICAL VALIDATION OF BUILDING SIMULATION SOFTWARE FOR MODELLING OF DOUBLE-SKIN FACADE (DSF)
Olena Kalyanova; Per Heiselberg; Clemens Felsmann; Harris Poirazis; Paul Strachan; Aad Wijsman

pag. 1115 :: TESTING AND VALIDATION OF SIMULATION TOOLS OF HVAC MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THEIR CONTROL STRATEGIES PART II: VALIDATION OF COOLING AND HEATING COIL MODELS
Clemens Felsmann; Jean Lebrun; Vincent Lemort; Aad Wijsman

pag. 1121 :: TESTING AND VALIDATION OF SIMULATION TOOLS OF HVAC MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THEIR CONTROL STRATEGIES PART III: VALIDATION OF AN AIR-COOLED CHILLER MODEL
Vincent Lemort; Jean Lebrun; Clemens Felsmann

Comfort and Healt

pag. 1129 :: ENERGY CONSERVATION VS HEALTH: THE AIR QUALITY PICTURE
Aizaz Samuel

pag. 1135 :: PRODUCTIVITY AND SICK LEAVE INTEGRATED INTO BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION
Wim Plokker; Aad Wijsman

pag. 1143 :: IMPACT OF OCCUPANT BEHAVIOUR ON LIGHTING ENERGY USE
Wout Parys; Dirk Saelens; Hugo Hens

pag. 1151 :: ANNUAL SIMULATION OF IN-DUCT ULTRAVIOLET GERMICIDAL IRRADIATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE 
William Bahnfleth

pag. 1159 :: LIFE-CYCLE COST SIMULATION OF IN-DUCT ULTRAVIOLET GERMICIDAL IRRADIATION SYSTEMS 
Bruno Lee

Performance Assessment Comparisons

pag. 1167 :: COMPARISON OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT BETWEEN LEED, BREEAM AND GREEN STAR 
Ya Roderick; David McEwan; Craig Wheatley; Carlos Alonso

pag. 1177 :: A COMPARISON OF THE UK STANDARD ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE (SAP) AND DETAILED SIMULATION OF BUILDING-INTEGRATED RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS 
G. B. Murphy

Performance Assessment Tools and Analysis

pag. 1185 :: BEHAVIOURAL COMPARISON OF SOME PREDICTIVE TOOLS USED IN A LOW-ENERGY BUILDING 
Adrien Brun; Clara Spitz; Etienne Wurtz; Laurent Mora

pag. 1191 :: BUILDING SIMULATION AS AN ASSISTING TOOL IN DESIGNING AN ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING: A CASE STUDY 
Michael Pollock; Ya Roderick; David McEwan; Craig Wheatley

Tool Calibration

pag. 1199 :: CALIBRATION OF A DETAILED SIMULATION MODEL TO ENERGY MONITORING SYSTEM DATA: A METHODOLOGY AND CASE STUDY 
Paul Raftery; Marcus Keane; Andrea Costa

pag. 1207 :: POST OCCUPANCY CALIBRATION AND REASSESSMENT OF DESIGN PHASE ENERGY MODELING 
David E. Bradley; D. Michael Utzinger

Simulation within the Design Process

pag. 1214 :: INTEGRATING ENERGY SIMULATION INTO THE DESIGN PROCESS OF HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS: A CASE STUDY OF THE ALDO LEOPOLD LEGACY CENTER 
D. Michael Utzinger; David E. Bradley

pag. 1222 :: SIMULATION OF A MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING IN MADRID, SPAIN
Francesc Bonvehí; Mónica Bobrovsky; Sergi Cantos; Marco Massetti

CFD and Air Flow in Design Practice

pag. 1228 :: CFD ANALYSIS OF NATURAL VENTILATION IN LARGE SEMI-ENCLOSED BUILDINGS – CASE STUDY: AMSTERDAM ARENA FOOTBALL STADIUM 
Twan van Hooff; Bert Blocken

pag. 1236 :: DYNAMIC THERMAL MODELLING AND PHYSICAL WIND TUNNEL TESTING: AN IMPORTANT PARTNERSHIP FOR BUILDING SIMULATION 2009 CONFERENCE
Catherine Simpson; Michael Whalley

Design Process and Data Quality Assurance

pag. 1244 :: IMPROVING COMMUNICATION IN BUILDING SIMULATION SUPPORTED PROJECTS 
L. Prazeres; J. Kim; J. Hand

pag. 1252 :: MODELLING AN EXISTING BUILDING IN DESIGNBUILDER/ENERGYPLUS: CUSTOM VERSUS DEFAULT INPUTS 
Holly A. Wasilowski; Christoph F. Reinhart

Lighting and Daylighting

pag. 1260 :: LIGHTING POWERS IN SHOPS AND THEIR EFFECT ON THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF A SHOPPING MALL 
Sofia Stensson; Monica Axell; Per Fahlén; Jörgen Eriksson; Simon Roos

pag. 1268 :: DEVELOPMENT OF SUPPORT TOOL FOR THERMAL AND LUMINOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN IN OUTDOOR AND SEMI-OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE USING NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 
Kazuaki Nakaohkubo; Akira Hoyano

Dealing with Climate Change

pag. 1276 :: MODELLING CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION MEASURES TO REDUCE OVERHEATING RISK IN EXISTING DWELLINGS 
Rachel Capon; Jake Hacker

pag. 1284 :: FIRST EXPERIENCES USING CLIMATE SCENARIOS FOR THE NETHERLANDS IN BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION 
Wim Plokker; Janneke Evers; Christiaan Struck; Aad Wijsman; Jan Hensen

Design Case Studies 2

pag. 1292 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A THERMALLY ROBUST SCHOOL OUTLINE DESIGN FOR THE DIFFERENT CLIMATE REGIONS OF TURKIYE 
Gülsu Ulukavak Harputlugil; Pieter de Wilde; Jan Hensen; Gülser Çelebi

pag. 1299 :: THERMAL ANALYSIS OF A DATA CENTRE COOLING SYSTEM UNDER FAULT CONDITIONS 
Michaël Kummert; William Dempster; Ken McLean

Simulation and the User

pag. 1306 :: THE ARCHITECT AS PERFORMER OF ENERGY SIMULATION IN THE EARLY DESIGN STAGE
Suhas Bambardekar; Ute Poerschke

pag. 1314 :: SIMULATION IN THE SERVICE OF DESIGN: ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS
Michael Donn; Steve Selkowitz; Bill Bordass

Design Case Sudies 1

pag. 1322 :: VENTILATION OPERATION IN HOSPITAL ISOLATION ROOM: A MULTI-CRITERION ASSESSMENT CONSIDERING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 
Sean Hay Kim; Godfried Augenbroe

pag. 1330 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGH-PERFORMANCE OFFICE BUILDING SIMULATION MODEL FOR A HOT AND HUMID CLIMATE 
Soolyeon Cho; Jeff S. Haberl

Environmental Impact and LZC Assessment

pag. 1338 :: EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF BUILDINGS WITH LESOSAI 6
Didier Favre; Stéphane Citherlet

pag. 1344 :: A METHODOLOGY AND TOOLKIT FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION OF LZC TECHNOLOGIES IN THE BUILDING DESIGN PROCESS 
Yaseen Waseem; Nick Kelly; Tom Scanlon; Neil Hall

Modelling

pag. 1352 :: COUPLING OUTER-BODY AIRFLOW AND INNER-BODY THERMOREGULATION MODELS TO PREDICT THERMAL COMFORT IN NONUNIFORM ENVIRONMENTS 
Gao Naiping; Niu Jianlei; Zhang Hui

pag. 1360 :: HEAT AND MOISTURE TRANSFER THROUGH CLOTHING
Conrad Voelker; Sabine Hoffmann; Oliver Kornadt; Edward Arens; Hui Zhang; Charlie Huizenga

pag. 1367 :: SIMULATING THE EFFECT OF COMPLEX INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON HUMAN THERMAL COMFORT
Paul C. Cropper; Tong Yang; Malcolm J. Cook; Dusan Fiala; Rehan Yousaf

pag. 1374 :: MODEL-ADAPTIVE ANALYSIS OF INDOOR THERMAL COMFOR
Christoph van Treeck; Jérôme Frisch; Martin Egger; Ernst Rank

Tools, Databases and Interface

pag. 1382 :: PARALLEL: ENERGYPLUS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS TOOL
Yi Zhang

pag. 1389 :: LIVE ENERGY TRNSYS: TRNSYS SIMULATION WITHIN GOOGLE SKETCHUP
Malcolm C. Murray; Neil Finlayson; Michaël Kummert; John Macbeth

pag. 1397 :: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SOLAR HOUSE DESIGN TOOL
William O’Brien; Andreas Athienitis; Ted Kesik

pag. 1405 :: THE PROVENANCES OF YOUR SIMULATION DATA
Michael Donn; Drury Crawley; Jon Hand; Andrew Marsh

Tools and Techniques

pag. 1413 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMULATOR FOR THE URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL LOAD PREDICTION USING SYSTEM DYNAMICS 
Tomohiro Takai; Toshiyuki Watanabe; Yasunori Akashi; Masato Miyata; Tadahide Sugita; Ayu Terachi

pag. 1421 :: THE IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF REGIONAL BUILDING STOCK CHARACTERISTICS USING MAP BASED DATA 
D. K. Alexander; S. Lannon; O. Linovski

pag. 1429 :: IMPLEMENTATION OF A CANADIAN RESIDENTIAL ENERGY END-USE MODEL FOR ASSESSING NEW TECHNOLOGY IMPACTS 
Lukas Swan; V. Ismet Ugursal; Ian Beasuoleil-Morrison

pag. 1437 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A FUNCTIONALITY GENERATING SIMULATIONS OF COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL BUILDINGS HAVING REPRESENTATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF A REAL ESTATE STOCK IN QUÉBEC (CANADA)
Simon Sansregret; Jocelyn Millette

Occupant Data Collection and Modelling 2

pag. 1444 :: SENSOR-BASED OCCUPANCY BEHAVIORAL PATTERN RECOGNITION FOR ENERGY AND COMFORT MANAGEMENT IN INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS 
Bing Dong; Burton Andrews

pag. 1452 :: OCCUPANCY DETECTION THROUGH AN EXTENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR NETWORK IN AN OPEN-PLAN OFFICE BUILDING
Khee Poh Lam; Michael Höynck; Bing Dong; Burton Andrews; Yun-Shang Chiou; Rui Zhang; Diego Benitez; Joonho Choi

pag. 1460 :: INFORMATION-THEORETIC ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES SELECTION FOR OCCUPANCY DETECTION IN OPEN OFFICES 
Khee Poh Lam; Michael Höynck; Rui Zhang; Burton Andrews; Yun-Shang Chiou; Bing Dong; Diego Benitez

pag. 1468 :: NEW ENERGY-EFFICIENT BUILDING CONCEPTS AFFECTING HUMAN THERMAL COMFORT AND SENSATION 
Pekka Tuomaala; Kalevi Piira; Jouko Piippo; Riikka Holopainen; Miimu Airaksinen

Inverse Modelling and Calibration

pag. 1476 :: USING AN INVERSE METHOD TO EVALUATE ENVELOPE THERMAL PROPERTIES
Layal Chahwane; Pierre Tittelein; Etienne Wurtz; Bruno Zuber

pag. 1482 :: DATABASE AND SIMULATION MODEL DEVELOPMENT FOR MODELLING THE ENERGY USE OF NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
Yohei Yamaguchi; Yoshiyuki Shimoda

pag. 1490 :: CALIBRATION OF A COMPUTER MODEL OF A NATURALLY-VENTILATED HOUSE LOCATED IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL 
Cláudia Donald Pereira; Enedir Ghisi

pag. 1498 :: ASSISTED CALIBRATION IN BUILDING SIMULATION–ALGORITHM DESCRIPTION AND CASE STUDIES 
Karine Lavigne

Validation in Action

pag. 1506 :: VALIDATION OF VELUX DAYLIGHT VISUALIZER 2 AGAINST CIE 171:2006 TEST CASES
Raphaël Labayrade; Henrik Wann Jensen; Claus Jensen

pag. 1514 :: EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OF 3DS MAX DESIGN 2009 AND DAYSIM 3.0
Christoph Reinhart; Pierre-Felix Breton

pag. 1522 :: A REFERENCE MODEL FOR GROUND COUPLED HEAT TRANSFER
Michael Crowley

pag. 1530 :: ANALYSIS OF INDOOR PERFORMANCE OF HOUSES USING RAMMED EARTH WALLS
Veronica Soebarto

Commissioning

pag. 1538 :: SIMULATION AND BIM FOR BUILDING DESIGN, COMMISSIONING AND OPERATION: A COMPARISON WITH THE MICROELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 
Paul Tuohy

pag. 1546 :: RETRO-COMMISSIONING OF A HEAT SOURCE SYSTEM IN A DISTRICT HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM 
Eikichi Ono; Harunori Yoshida; Fulin Wang

pag. 1554 :: VERIFICATION OF OPTIMUM OPERATION METHOD BY SIMULATION FOR THE HVAC SYSTEM WITH A THERMAL STORAGE TANK IN AN ACTUAL BUILDING
Hiromasa Yamaguchi; Harunori Yoshida; Naoki Matsushita; Hisataka Kitora

pag. 1562 :: SIMULATION BASED PREDICTIVE CONTROL OF LOW-ENERGY BUILDING SYSTEM USING TWO-STAGE OPTIMIZATION
Zhen Yu

Technical Session Posters

Software developments 1

pag. 1569 :: A NEW APPROACH TO INTER-ZONAL ADJACENCIES ANALYSIS FOR BUILDING ENERGY SIMULATION PROGRAMS 
Piotr Narowski

pag. 1574 :: COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS OF MODELING DIFFERENT STRATEGIES FOR KITCHEN VENTILATION: A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE MULTI-ZONE APPROACH AND CFD MODELLING WITH REFERENCE TO PREDICTED INDOOR POLLUTANT CONCENTRATIONS
Giacomo Villi; Wilmer Pasut; Michele De Carli

pag. 1582 :: SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN TRNSYS WITHOUT PROGRAMMING
Werner Paul Keilholz; Peter Riederer; Vanessa Ducreux

pag. 1588 :: APPLICATION OF THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL GENERATION OF RESPONSE FACTORS (NGRF) METHOD OF MULTI-YEAR BASED CONDUCTIVE TEMPERATURES IN SOIL AND PASSIVE COOLING EARTH-CONTACT COMPONENTS
Stamatis Zoras

pag. 1596 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMULATION TOOL FOR CALCULATING MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE COOLING TIME IN CLOSED TYPE COOLING TOWER 
Mingjie Zheng; Song Pan

pag. 1603 :: APPLICATION OF SPECIFIC MODELS IN A GENERAL SIMULATION TOOL
Sven Moosberger

pag. 1609 :: COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATION OF INDOORS TEMPERATURE FIELD: COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN THE APLICATION OF SHORT AND LONG WIND-CATCH
Patricia R. C. Drach

pag. 1617 :: A SIMPLE METHOD OF DETERMINING THE INFLUENCE OF THE OVERHANG ON WINDOW SOLAR GAINS
Dominik Włodarczyk; Henryk Nowak

pag. 1623 :: MORE EFFICIENT ESP-R MODELLING BY AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF INPUT FILES
Simon Taylor

pag. 1628 :: COUPLING OF TRNSYS WITH SIMULINK: A METHOD TO AUTOMATICALLY EXPORT AND USE TRNSYS MODELS WITHIN SIMULINK AND VICE VERSA
P. Riederer; W. Keilholz; V. Ducreux

Glazing and lighting

pag. 1634 :: THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF THE BUILDING ENVELOPE ELEMENTS HAVING GLAZING SURFACES
Ioan Moga; Ligia Moga

pag. 1642 :: FIELD SUMMER PERFORMANCE OF INTERIOR REFLECTIVE SCREEN SHADES FOR RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS
A. D. Galasiu; A. Laouadi; M. M. Armstong; M. C. Swinton; F. Szadkowski

pag. 1650 :: INFLUENCES OF LIGHTING CONTROL AND NATURAL VENTILATION ON ENERGY USE AND OVERHEATING FOR A DAY-LIT INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 
Xiaoxin Wang; Chris Kendrick; Ray Ogden

pag. 1655:: ENERGY-EFFICIENT WINDOW FOR CLASSROOM IN WARM TROPICAL AREA
Floriberta Binarti

pag. 1663 :: MANUAL VS. OPTIMAL CONTROL OF EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR BLIND SYSTEMS
Deuk-Woo Kim; Cheol-Soo Park

pag. 1671 :: INTEGRATED BUILDING ENERGY AND LIGHTING SIMULATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF EU PV–LIGHT PROJECT
Milan Janak; Reinhard Kainberger

pag. 1678 :: THE IMPACT OF GLAZING SELECTION ON DAYLIGHTING AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE FOR AN OFFICE BUILDING IN CANBERRA
Peter Taylor; Hélène Duponchel; Paul Bannister

pag. 1685 :: ANALYSIS OF DAYLIGHTING DEVICES FOR TYPICAL OFFICE BUILDINGS OF NEW DELHI, INDIA
Neha Singhal; Tanmay Tathagat; Rajan Rawal

pag. 1693 :: THERMAL EFFICIENCY OF THE WINDOW SHADE
Yun Kyu Yi; Ali M. Malkawi

pag. 1699 :: ANALYSIS OF ENERGYPLUS DAYLIGHTING MODULE RESULTS: A BRAZILIAN CASE
Rejane Magiag Loura; Eleonora Sad de Assis; Roberta Vieira Gonçalves de Souza

pag. 1706 :: A SIMULATION ASSESSMENT OF THE HEIGHT OF LIGHT SHELVES TO ENHANCE DAYLIGHTING QUALITY IN TROPICAL OFFICE BUILDINGS UNDER OVERCAST SKY CONDITIONS IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH 
Ashikur Rahman Joarder; Zebun Nasreen Ahmed; Andrew Price; Monjur Mourshed

Advances in building physics, microclimate

pag. 1714 :: PROGRESS IN SIMULATION OF A THERMAL PROBE: MODELLING THE PROBE TO SAMPLE CONDUCTANCE 
P. de Wilde; R. Griffiths; S. Grove; S. Goodhew

pag. 1722 :: RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS AND NEURO-INVERSE APPROACH FOR ESTIMATING THE THERMAL DIFFUSIVITY OF BUILDING MATERIALS 
Stéphane Grieu; Adama Traoré; Olivier Faugeroux; Bernard Claudet; Frédérik Thiery; Jean-Luc Bodnar

pag. 1730 :: DUAL STAGE SIMULATIONS TO STUDY THE MICROCLIMATIC EFFECTS OF TREES ON THERMAL COMFORT IN A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING, CAIRO, EGYPT 
Mohamad Fahmy; Stephen Sharples; Ali Eltrapolsi

pag. 1737 :: RESEARCH ON MEASUREMENT AND SIMULATION OF THE WIND ENVIRONMENT AROUND BUILDINGS IN CAMPUS 
Bing Wang; Borong Lin

pag. 1745 :: LOCAL WIND AND RAIN CONDITIONS IN SEMI-CLOSED NARROW CORRIDORS BETWEEN BUILDINGS
Katarzyna Klemm; Dariusz Heim

pag. 1753 :: INVESTIGATING CHANGES IN FAÇADES’ ENERGY BALANCE ACCORDING TO COATING OPTICAL PROPERTIES 
Maxime Doya; Emmanuel Bozonnet; Francis Allard

pag. 1761 :: NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF LOCAL LOSS COEFFICIENTS OF VENTILATION DUCT FITTINGS
Vladimir Zmrhal; Jan Schwarze
r

pag. 1767 :: POSSIBLE IMPACT ON TEMPERATURE BY DIFFERENCES IN URBAN DISTRICT CONFIGURATIONS
N. Umemiya; S. Sakurai; M. Kawamoto; R. Okura

pag. 1773 :: PREDICTING THE TEMPERATURE PROFILE OF INDOOR BUILDINGS BY USING ORTHONORMAL BASIS FUNCTIONS
Bruno C. Reginato; Roberto Z. Freire; Gustavo H. C. Oliveira; Nathan Mendes; Marc O. Abadie

pag. 1781 :: ESTABLISHING A SIMPLIFIED CORRELATION BETWEEN A PROPOSED DOUBLE SKIN FAÇADE AND A THERMALLY EQUIVALENT SINGLE SKIN FAÇADE FOR DYNAMIC BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING
Harris Poirazis; Mikkel Kragh

Advances in applications: design optimisation

pag. 1789 :: MODELLING TECHNICAL AND ECONOMICAL BENEFITS OF THREE LOW ENERGY TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO A COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDING
Yixing Chai; Jianjun Ye; Fan Wang

pag. 1797 :: OPTIMIZATION OF DAYLIGHT IN BUILDINGS TO SAVE ENERGY AND TO IMPROVE VISUAL COMFORT: ANALYSIS IN DIFFERENT LATITUDES 
Michele De Carli

pag. 1806 :: MULTI-CRITERIA OPTIMAL DESIGN OF RESIDENTIAL VENTILATION SYSTEMS
Young-Jin Kim; Cheol-Soo Park

pag. 1814 :: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF VENTILATION STRATEGIES IN RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT BUILDINGS UNDER UNCERTAINTY 
Young-Jin Kim; Cheol-Soo Park

pag. 1822 :: THE EFFECT OF PCM INTERIOR FINISHING MATERIAL WITH MOISTURE SORPTION AND DESORPTION CHARACTERISTICS ON HYGROTHERMAL CONTROLL OF ROOMS 
Akihito Ozaki; Yuki Satou; Myonghyang Lee; Chisato Matsuda

pag. 1830 :: STUDY ON OPTIMAL ENERGY SYSTEM DESIGN FOR APARTMENT HOUSE USING GENETIC ALGORITHMS
Janghoo Seo; Ryozo Ooka; Genku Kayo

pag. 1835 :: SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR IMPROVEMENT AND PREDICTION OF THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF AN APARTMENT ENVELOPE IN SCHEMATIC DESIGN 
Yu Young-Dong; Woo Sae-Jin; Suh Hye-Soo

pag. 1842 :: ANALYSIS OF LIFE CYCLE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL LOAD OF INSULATION DESIGN FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN CHINA
Lijing Gu; Borong Lin; Xiaoru Zhou; Yingxin Zhu

pag. 1850 :: FINITE ELEMENT MODELLING OF COUPLED HEAT AND MOISTURE TRANSFER IN TYPICAL EARTH-SHELTERED BUILDING ENVELOPE
Xibin Ma; Baoyi Cheng; Jinfeng Mao; Wenjie Liu; Dongyi Zi

pag. 1857 :: SIMULATION OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT OFFICE BUILDINGS IN NORWAY
Matthias Haase; Igor Sartori; Natasa Djuric; Rasmus Hoseggen

Advances in applications: case studies

pag. 1865 :: CFD APPLICATIONS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE TOMBS OF THE VALLEY OF KINGS, LUXOR 
Essam E Khalil

pag. 1872 :: DESIGN AND FUTURE OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT OFFICE BUILDINGS IN NORWAY
Matthias Haase; Inger Andresen; Berit Time; Anne Grete Hestnes

pag. 1880 :: THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF OFFICE BUILDINGS IN GHANA
Christian Koranteng; Ardeshir Mahdavi ;Kristina Orehounig; Claus Pröglhöf

pag. 1887 :: THERMAL SIMULATION AND COOLING ENERGY SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A TYPICAL SHOPHOUSE IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA 
Rahmi Andarini; H.Schranzhofer; W.Streicher; A.K. Pratiwi

pag. 1894 :: NUMERICAL EVALUATION OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND INDOOR ENVIRONMENT IN SUBWAY ISLAND PLATFORM WITH DCV SYSTEM
Jing Liu; Xiao-chi Deng; Yin Wang

pag. 1899 :: SIMULATION OF A LARGE CENTRAL COOLING AND HEATING PLANT USING TRNSYS AND CALIBRATION WITH MONITORED DATA 
Danielle Monfet; Radu Zmeureanu

pag. 1907 :: ANALYSIS OF THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF EARTH-SHELTERED HOUSES WITH SOUTHERN ELEVATION EXPOSED 
Maja Staniec; Henryk Nowak

pag. 1914 :: NUMERICAL SIMULATION ON TRANSIENT ACCESSIBILITY OF SUPPLY AIR AND CONTAMINANT SOURCE IN VENTILATED ROOM 
Xiaojun Ma; Jiujiu Chen; Fenfei Zhu; Xiaoliang Shao; Xianting Li

pag. 1922 :: COURTHOUSE ENERGY EVALUATION: BIM AND SIMULATION MODEL INTEROPERABILITY IN CONCEPT DESIGN
Paola Sanguinetti; Charles Eastman; Godfried Augenbroe

pag. 1930 :: THE USE OF CFD APPLIED TO STUDIES OF VENTILATION IN URBAN AREAS IN CAMPINAS, BRAZIL 
M. C. A. Oliveira; L. C. Labaki; P. Vatavuk

Software developments 2

pag. 1935 :: PRODUCT RELATED DEDICATED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT BASED ON TRNSYS AND TRNSED
Bertrand Labedan; Roel De Coninck

pag. 1942 :: A REVIEW AND COMPARISON OF DATA VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUES USED IN BUILDING DESIGN AND IN BUILDING SIMULATION
Shweta Srivastav; Simon Lannon; Donald K. Alexander; Phil Jones

pag. 1950 :: TRNSYS – FEATURES AND FUNCTIONALITITY FOR BUILDING SIMULATION 2009 CONFERENCE 
Matthew J. Duffy; Marion Hiller; David E. Bradley; Werner Keilholz; Jeff W. Thornton

pag. 1955 :: DOCUMENTATION OF OPEN-SOURCE SIMULATION-ADDRESSING MULTIPLE POINTS OF INTEREST
Jon W. Hand

pag. 1962 :: COMPLEX ENERGY SIMULATION USING SIMPLIFIED USER INTERACTION MECHANISMS 
Jeremy Cockroft; Sabeeta Ghauri; Aizaz Samuel; Paul Tuohy

pag. 1968 :: ADVANCED SIMULATION APPLICATIONS USING ROOM
Andrew White; Michael Holmes

pag. 1976 :: EXPERIENCES TESTING ENHANCED BUILDING PERFORMANCE SIMULATION PROTOTYPES ON POTENTIAL USER GROUP
Christina Hopfe

pag. 1983 :: TRNSYS17: NEW FEATURES OF THE MULTIZONE BUILDING MODEL
Johannes Aschaber; Marion Hiller; Robert Weber

pag. 1989 :: DEVELOPMENT OF A SOLAR RADIATION AND BIPV DESIGN TOOL AS ENERGYPLUS PLUGIN FOR GOOGLE SKETCHUP 
Stephen K. Wittkopf; Ashwin Kambadkone; He Quanhui; Ng Poh Khai

Commissioning and validation

pag. 1997 :: THERMAL MODELING OF THE COOLING CEILING SYSTEMS AS COMMISSIONING TOOL
Nestor Fonseca Diaz; Jean Lebrun; Philippe André

pag. 2005 :: COMMISSIONING CASE STUDY OF A COOLING CEILING SYSTEM
Nestor Fonseca Diaz; Philippe André; Cristian Cuevas

pag. 2013 :: ON-LINE MONITORING STATION FOR ENERGY DIAGNOSIS IN BUILDINGS
Benjamin Paris; Thierry Talbert; Julien Eynard; Stéphane Grieu; Adama Traoré; Monique Polit

pag. 2020 :: VALIDATION OF THE BUILDING THERMAL SIMULATION TOOL FOCUSED ON EFFECT OF EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT 
Yoshiki Higuchi; Mitsuhiro Udagawa

pag. 2027 :: DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF EQUATION BASED SIMULATION TOOLS TO SUPPORT AUDIT OF COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS 
Stephane Bertagnolio; Jean Lebrun; Philippe André

pag. 2035 :: COMMISSIONING OF A COUPLED EARTH TUBE AND NATURAL VENTILATION SYSTEM AT THE POST-ACCEPTANCE STEP 
Song Pan; Mingjie Zheng; Harunori Yoshida

pag. 2043 :: CALIBRATION OF AN ENERGYPLUS SIMULATION MODEL BY THE STEMPSTAR METHOD
Antonio Carrillo; Fernando Dominguez; Jose M. Cejudo

pag. 2051 :: CASE STUDY OF ENERGY DIAGNOSIS SIMULATION OF VAV AHU SYSTEM CONTROLS
Bin Yan; Ali M. Malkawi; Yongning Zhang; Jianjun Xia

pag. 2059 :: TESTING AND VALIDATION OF SIMULATION TOOLS OF HVAC MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THEIR CONTROL STRATEGIES PART I: DESCRIPTION OF THE VALIDATION TEST CASES 
Clemens Felsmann; Jean Lebrun; Vincent Lemort; Aad Wijsman

Policy, code compliance and stock modelling

pag. 2064 :: THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE BUILDING AND EPBD: A ROUND ROBIN TEST
Kristian Fabbri; Lamberto Tronchin

pag. 2070 :: ADOPTION OF DYNAMIC SIMULATION FOR AN ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING TOOL FOR KOREAN RESIDETNTIAL BUILDINGS:EDEM-SAMSUNG 
Sabeeta Ghauri; Jon Hand; Cameron Johnstone; Jaemin Kim; Georgios Kokogiannakis; Paul Tuohy; Kyung-hun Woo

pag. 2077 :: PRELIMINARY APPLICATION OF A METHODOLOGY FOR RISK ASSESSMENT OF THERMAL FAILURES IN BUILDINGS SUBJECT TO CLIMATE CHANGE
P. de Wilde; W. Tian

pag. 2085 :: EFFICIENCY OF SOLAR RADIATION ON HEATING ENERGY CONSERVATION OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 
Seiji Nakano; Akihito Ozaki; Toshiyuki Watanabe

pag. 2092 :: THE DYNAMIC MODEL OF THE INFLUENCE OF ENERGY PRICE CHANGES ON ENERGY SAVING INVESTMENTS IN BUILDINGS 
Dalibor Vytlacil

pag. 2098 :: INVESTIGATING CO2 EMISSION REDUCTIONS IN EXISTING URBAN HOUSING USING A COMMUNITY DOMESTIC ENERGY MODEL 
Steven K. Firth

pag. 2106 :: ACCURACY OF THE PORTUGUESE EPBD IMPLEMENTED THERMAL PERFORMANCE CALCULATION PROCEDURES – RCCTE 
Pedro Silva

pag. 2114 :: A NEW GEOGRAHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM-BASED APPROACH TO MAP AND REDUCE ENERGY-RELATED CO2 EMISSIONS FROM UK DWELLINGS 
Rajat Gupta

pag. 2122 :: DEVELOPMENT OF RIBA SUB-PROCESS TO ASSIST REDUCTION OF BUILDING LIFE CYCLE IMPACT: INTEGRATION OF RIBA WORKSTAGE WITH EU EIA LEGISLATION AND ISO14040 
Eugene Loh; Nashwan Dawood; John Dean

Human aspects of indoor environment

pag. 2131 :: UTILIZATION OF THERMAL MASS IN THE TORONTO NET ZERO ENERGY HOUSE FOR THERMAL COMFORT AND ENERGY SAVINGS 
Omar Siddiqui; Alan Fung

pag. 2138 :: RESEARCH ON INDOOR ENVIRONMENT FOR THE TERMINAL 1 OF CHENGDU SHUANGLIU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 
Jiying Liu; Nanyang Yu; Bo Lei; Xiangyang Rong; Ling Yang

pag. 2146 :: JUDGMENT ON THE PRESENCE OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT FOR BLIND SLAT ANGLE CONTROL SYSTEMS 
Mutsuo Honma; Takaharu kawase; Satsuki Yoneda

pag. 2154 :: CROWD NOISE MEASUREMENTS AND SIMULATION IN LARGE STADIUM USING BEAMFORMING
Mojtaba Navvab

pag. 2162 :: HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL HEAT TRANSFER SIMULATION WITH CFD: THE ADVANCES AND CHALLENGES 
Yi Zhang; Divine Novieto; Yingchun Ji

Advances in applications: HVAC and control

pag. 2169 :: RAISING EVAPORATIVE COOLING POTENTIALS USING COMBINED COOLED CEILING AND HIGH TEMPERATURE COOLING STORAGE 
Jianlei Niu; Xichun Wang; A.H.C. van Paassen

pag. 2177 :: PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY INDEPENDENT CONTROL AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM AND THE CONVENTIONAL AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM
Haiqiang Zhang; Xiaohua Liu; Yi Jiang

pag. 2184 :: EXPERIMENTAL VERIFICATION OF PREDICTIVE AND OPTIMUM HVAC CONTROL SYSTEM APPLYING THE OPEN PLATFORM TO THE SCHOOL BUILDING 
Yasuo Utsumi; Kazuyuki Kamikura; Syuzo Kishima; Utarou Taira; Ryushi Kimura; Tsuyoshi Fujita

pag. 2190 :: ENERGY SAVING POTENTIAL OF COOPERATIVE OPERATION BETWEEN DISTRICT HEATING AND COOLING PLANT AND BUILDING HVAC SYSTEMS 
Yoshitaka Uno; Reiko Kubara; Yoshiyuki Shimoda

pag. 2198 :: HVAC DESIGN INFORMED BY ORGANIZATIONAL SIMULATION
Zhengwei Li; Yeonsook Heo; Godfried Augenbroe

pag. 2204 :: APPLICATION OF WATER MIST PRE-COOLING ON THE AIR-COOLED CHILLERS
Jia Yang; K. T. Chan; Xiangsheng Wu

pag. 2212 :: ENERGY SAVING EFFECT OF HIGH-EFFICIENCY TECHNOLOGIES IN INDUSTRIAL COOLING PLANT SYSTEM 
Tatsuya Fukuzaki; Yasunori Akashi; Masato Miyata; Shohei Sueyoshi

pag. 2220:: APPLICATION OF RADIANT COOLING IN DIFFERENT CLIMATES: ASSESSMENT OF OFFICE BUILDINGS THROUGH SIMULATION
Zhen Tian; James A. Love

pag. 2228 :: THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF EARTH-AIR HEAT EXCHANGER FOR REDUCING COOLING ENERGY DEMAND OF OFFICE BUILDINGS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 
Abdullahi Ahmed; Kenneth Ip; Andrew Miller; Kassim Gidado

pag. 2236 :: INDOOR THERMAL COMFORT AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF VARIOUS AIRCONDITIONING SCHEMES FOR MUSEUM BUILDINGS
Gaoming Ge; Fu Xiao; Shengwei Wang

Advances in applications: renewables, passive designs, demand reduction

pag. 2243 :: ENVELOPE INSULATION AND HEAT BALANCE IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Ana Paula Melo; Roberto Lamberts

pag. 2251 :: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF THE PHOTOVOLTAIC DOUBLE-SKIN FACADE
Zhongzhu Qiu; Tintai Chow; Peng Li; Chunying Li; Jianxing Ren; Wenhuan Wang

pag. 2258 :: MODELLING BUOYANCY INDUCED FLOWS OF PASSIVE COOLING SYSTEMS
Pedro Correia da Silva; Vítor Leal; J. Correia da Silva

pag. 2266 :: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF AN AIR-TO-AIR HEAT PUMP COUPLED WITH TEMPERATE AIR-SOURCES INTEGRATED INTO A DWELLING 
Bruno Filliard; Alain Guiavarch; Bruno Peuportier

pag. 2274 :: ENERGY AND THERMAL COMFORT EVALUATION FOR DIFFERENT PASSIVE SOLUTIONS IN A KINDERGARTEN IN SUMMER CONDITIONS 
Eusébio. Z. E. Conceição; Margarida C. Lopes; Maria Manuela J. R. Lúcio

pag. 2282 :: ENSURING DESIRED NATURAL VENTILATION RATE BY MEANS OF OPTIMIZED OPENINGS
Louis Stephan; Alain Bastide; Etienne Wurtz; Bernard Souyri

pag. 2289 :: DETAILED MODELING OF SOLAR FLAT-PLATE COLLECTORS WITH DESIGN TOOL KOLEKTOR 2.2 
Tomas Matuska; Vladimir Zmrhal; Juliane Metzger

pag. 2297 :: COMBINED SOLAR THERMAL AND GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP SYSTEM
Farzin M. Rad; Alan S. Fung; Wey H. Leong