MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND CONTROL SYSTEM OF NEARLY ZERO ENERGY BUILDING


Abstract

The article examines three different kinds of mathematical model of nearly zero energy building. The first model enables to optimize the structure and the definition of key parameters of energy efficient building. The second model is necessary for passive house designing with renewable energy sources. The third model should be used for monitoring and control of energy supply system of nearly zero energy building through year every hour of winter and summer.


Keywords

control system; mathematical model; monitoring; passive house; zero energy building

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Published : 2018-05-30


Sultanguzin, I. A., Toepfer, H., Kalyakin, I. D., Govorin, A. V., Zhigulina, E. V., Kurzanov, S. Y., & Yavorovsky, Y. V. (2018). MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND CONTROL SYSTEM OF NEARLY ZERO ENERGY BUILDING. Informatyka, Automatyka, Pomiary W Gospodarce I Ochronie Środowiska, 8(2), 21-24. https://doi.org/10.5604/01.3001.0012.0698

Ildar A. Sultanguzin  sultanguzinia@mpei.ru
National Research University “MPEI”, Department of Industrial Thermal Engineering Systems  Russian Federation
Hannes Toepfer 
Technische Universität Ilmenau, Institute for Information Technology  Germany
Ivan D. Kalyakin 
National Research University “MPEI”, Department of Industrial Thermal Engineering Systems  Russian Federation
Alexandr V. Govorin 
National Research University “MPEI”, Department of Industrial Thermal Engineering Systems  Russian Federation
Ekaterina V. Zhigulina 
National Research University “MPEI”, Department of Industrial Thermal Engineering Systems  Russian Federation
Sergey Yu. Kurzanov 
National Research University “MPEI”, Department of Industrial Thermal Engineering Systems  Russian Federation
Yury V. Yavorovsky 
National Research University “MPEI”, Department of Industrial Thermal Engineering Systems  Russian Federation