International Building Simulation Conference 2005, Montreal, Canada.

Contains 180 papers.

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Increasingly the fire protection concerns at airports are being addressed using computational fluid dynamics and most of these studies have been based on the prescriptive recommendations on design of an airport terminal building given by appropria
Z. Stevanovic, T. Valentina, N. Kadic, Z. Markovic, M. Kadic, D. Mumovic
This paper presents an air cooled slab system (ACS) specially designed for use in multi-storey steel framed buildings.
Agnieszka Isanska-Cwiek
This paper reports on progress of an ongoing research project, which aims to achieve better control modeling in building performance simulation by integrating distributed computer programs.
Azzedine Yahiaoui, Jan Hensen , Luc Soethout , Dolf van Paassen
Despite the low energy and lower maintenance benefits of ground-source heat pump systems, little work has been undertaken in detailed analysis and simulation of such systems.
Daniel E. Fisher and Simon J. Rees
A desiccant cooling unit powered by 14.8 m2 of solar liquid collectors is implemented in a training room in Chambery in Eastern France.
Etienne Wurtz, Chadi Maalouf, Laurent Mora, Francis Allard
This paper focuses initially on the calculation of the flows of exergy corresponding to the energy demand of buildings for the following uses: heating and cooling in the air handling units, local (room level) heating and cooling, lighting, ventila
Laure Itard
Throughout its thirty year history, the transient energy simulation package TRNSYS has been under continual enhancement by an international group of developers and users.
David Bradley and Michaël Kummert
The thermal modelling of windows is often carried out at a high level of precision whilst irradiance anddaylight quantities are predicted using coarse approximations.
R. Ajmat Arch., J. Mardaljevic and V.I. Hanby
This paper gives an overview of recent developments and results of a new integrated heat, air and moisture (HAM) modeling toolkit in Matlab named HAMLab. The recent developments include integration of a whole building model with building systems a
A.W.M. (Jos) van Schijndel and J.L.M. (Jan) Hensen
We analyzed the thermal environment within Kyoto city using a numerical model that considers three elements: the unsteady-state heat conduction of building walls and ground surfaces, radiation heat exchange between walls and ground surfaces, and a
Sei Ito, Harunori Yoshida, Noriko Aotake, Kazuya Takahashi
Active diffusing light pipes (such as hollow tubular lighting) are means of directing and diffusion light (daylight or electrical light) into interior spaces. The two principal objectives of this paper are : 1) to show the development of an advanc
Oana Dobrre, Gilbert Achard
Hygrothermal modeling of building envelope has received much attention and development in recent years; to increase its flexibility and accessibility is a consequential task.
Qinru Li, Jiwu Rao and Paul Fazio
A mathematical model applied to building hygrothermal behavior analysis is described in this paper. We have used a lumped approach to model the room air temperature and humidity and a multilayer model in finite volumes for the building envelope.
Gerson Henrique dos Santos and Nathan Mendes
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has evolved from an academic tool to an important commercial design tool over the past decades.
Lars Køllgaard Voigt
Burn Intensive Care Units (ICU) have among the most stringent design criteria for patient rooms in hospital design.
Isabelle Lavedrine, Patric Thomas, James Tharp, Jerry Sipes
This paper investigates airflow in an office room with a displacement ventilation system parametrically using three-dimensional CFD.
Yukihiro Hashimoto
This paper deals specifically with analysis of the thermal, airflow and daylighting performance of the façade elements and in particular with the Double Skin Façade (DSF) applied to the south and southeast facing office spine of a laboratory build
Mojtaba Navvab
In this paper, microscopic and macroscopic flow analyses have been employed to identify and analyze the causes of discrepancies of power law zonal models.
E.J.Teshome and Fariborz Haghighat
Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) are modelled, analyzed based on exergy, cost, energy and mass, and evaluated exergoeconomically.
Onder Ozgener, Arif Hepbasli, Ibrahim Dincer, Marc A. Rosen
The present paper investigates, both experimentally and by simulation, the influence of faulty VAV units that do not affect the zone temperature on total energy consumption of a VAV system.
Masato Miyata, Harunori Yoshida, Masahiko Asada, Kenta Fujii and Shiro Hashiguchi