International Building Simulation Conference, Nice, France, 1991.

Contains 85 abstracts.

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While advanced models for combined heat and moisture transfer have been available in the community of building scientists within the last two decades, such models have not yet become an item in the toolbox of consultants, building designers or man
Carsten Rode Pedersen
Fast accurate micro-computer simulations of the thermal, lighting, and energy performance of buildings offers the promise of informing architects' design decision-making.
Murray Milne, Upadi Yuliatmo
This paper describes the techniques used within the ESP environment# to simulate coupled heat and mass flows in integrated building and plant systems.
J.L.M. Hensen, J.A. Clarke
This paper presents a new, improved method for designing radiant panel heating systems using accepted thermal comfort criteria, mean radiant temperature, and radiant asymmetry as bases for decision making.
Loukas N. Kalisperis, Mitch Steinman
This paper presents a new technique for the thermal systems modelling. This method, based on the structural modularity of a thermal system such as a building belongs to the modal methods family.
B. Flament, I. Blanc Sommereux, A. Neveu