||Dynamic System Architecture for Energy Efficient Building Operation: A Case Study of Kiptas Residential Building
||H.U. Gökçe, K.U. Gökçe, Donal Browne, Karsten Menzel
||Buildings account for almost 40 percent of total energy in Europe. Holistic monitoring and analysis methodologies can reduce this by up to 30%. However, the adoption of monitoring and control systems for building management and control applications is hampered by the unavailability of appropriate tool environments. In this paper an integrated model-driven approach that automates the design from component to application level will be presented to provide optimized building operations. The aim is to create a holistic environment for wireless embedded monitoring and control systems to increase the efficiency of the overall system development process and to exploit their potential for reduction of building energy consumption. To reach this objective, new methods, tools and equipments were researched and integration methods covering integrated design, energy simulation models and data warehouse technologies were developed. The findings were applied to a residential building of Kiptas in Istanbul, Turkey and possible energy saving improvements were suggested.
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H.U. Gökçe, K.U. Gökçe, Donal Browne, Karsten Menzel (2009).
Dynamic System Architecture for Energy Efficient Building Operation: A Case Study of Kiptas Residential Building. CIB W078 2009 (ISSN: 2706-6568),