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  • PublisherWiley-Blackwell
  • Product CodeBBMME
  • Number of pages0
  • Publication DateDec 2004
  • ISBN9780632059362

BBMME Modelling Methods for Energy in Buildings

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Climate change mitigation and sustainable practices are now at the top of political and technical agendas. Environmental system modelling provides a way of appraising options and this book will make a significant contribution to the uptake of such systems. It provides knowledge of the principles involved in modelling systems, builds confidence amongst designers and offers a broad perspective of the potential of these new technologies. The aim of the book is to provide an understanding of the concepts and principles behind predictive modelling methods; review progress in the development of the modelling software available; and explore modelling in building design through international case studies based on real design problems.

Contents:

Chapter 1 Heat Transfer in Building Elements
1.1 Heat and mass transfer processes in buildings
1.2 Heat transfer through external walls and roofs
1.3 Analytical methods for solving the one-dimensional transient heat conduction equation
1.4 Lumped capacitance methods
1.5 Heat transfer through glazing

Chapter 2 Modelling Heat Transfer in Building Envelopes
2.1 Finite Difference Method – A Numerical Method for Solving the Heat Conduction Equation
2.2 Heat Transfer in Building Spaces
2.3 Synthesis of Heat Transfer Methods
2.4 Latent Loads and Room Moisture Content Balance

Chapter 3 Mass Transfer, Air Movement and Ventilation

Chapter 4 Steady-State Plant Modelling
4.1 Model Formulations for Plant
4.2 Mathematical Models of Air-conditioning Equipment using Equation-fitting
4.3 A Detailed Steady-state Cooling and Dehumidifying Coil Model
4.4 Modelling Distribution Networks
4.5 Modelling Air-conditioning Systems

Chapter 5 Modelling Control Systems
5.1 Distributed System Modelling
5.2 Modelling Control Elements
5.3 Modelling Control Algorithms
5.4 Solution Schemes

Chapter 6 Modeling in Practice I
6.1 Developments in General
6.2 Internal Ventilation Problems
6.3 Wind Flow Around Buildings
6.4 Applications to Plant
6.5 Applications to Control and Fault Detection

Chapter 7 Modeling in Practice II
7.1 Interrelationships Between Methodologies
7.2 Tools and Their Integration Validation and Verification