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Load management in one-family houses. Comparison between simulated and measured sequences; Belastningsstyrning i smaahus. Jaemfoerelse mellan simulerade och maetta foerlopp

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Abstract

The aim of this study was to compare tsbi3-simulations with measured data. One-hour means were studied of the heating effects and the indoor temperatures in homes with direct electric heating and electric load control. The experiments comprised load management, nightly temperature boosts and heat disturbances. In the simulations, the house was zoned in two different ways, first with just one thermal zone, and then in seven different ones. The latter partitioning agreed better with the measured results. The agreement between measured and simulated data was generally good. When the indoor temperature falls, the difference was quite small, tenths of a centigrade. Raising temperature gave a greater difference, 1-1.5 C higher simulated temperature than measured, corresponding to a 1-1.5 kW higher heating effect. Differing control systems can explain part of this discrepancy. Another error stems from an underestimation of the insulating capacity of the windows. The main conclusion was that tsbi3 is well adapted to simulating the effects of load management discussed here
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Publication Date:
Sep 01, 1994
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
LUTMDN-TMVK-5241
Reference Number:
SCA: 320106; PA: SWD-94:007521; EDB-95:014353; SN: 95001301733
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Sep 1994
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; HOUSES; LOAD MANAGEMENT; COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION; ELECTRIC HEATING; ENERGY CONSERVATION; T CODES; 320106; BUILDING EQUIPMENT
OSTI ID:
10105753
Research Organizations:
Lund Univ. (Sweden). Dept. of Heat and Power Engineering
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Language:
Swedish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0282-1990; Other: ON: DE95723985; CNN: Project BFR-870473-7; TRN: SE9407521
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS
Submitting Site:
SWD
Size:
99 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Citation Formats

Carlander, C. Load management in one-family houses. Comparison between simulated and measured sequences; Belastningsstyrning i smaahus. Jaemfoerelse mellan simulerade och maetta foerlopp. Sweden: N. p., 1994. Web.
Carlander, C. Load management in one-family houses. Comparison between simulated and measured sequences; Belastningsstyrning i smaahus. Jaemfoerelse mellan simulerade och maetta foerlopp. Sweden.
Carlander, C. 1994. "Load management in one-family houses. Comparison between simulated and measured sequences; Belastningsstyrning i smaahus. Jaemfoerelse mellan simulerade och maetta foerlopp." Sweden.
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title = {Load management in one-family houses. Comparison between simulated and measured sequences; Belastningsstyrning i smaahus. Jaemfoerelse mellan simulerade och maetta foerlopp}
author = {Carlander, C}
abstractNote = {The aim of this study was to compare tsbi3-simulations with measured data. One-hour means were studied of the heating effects and the indoor temperatures in homes with direct electric heating and electric load control. The experiments comprised load management, nightly temperature boosts and heat disturbances. In the simulations, the house was zoned in two different ways, first with just one thermal zone, and then in seven different ones. The latter partitioning agreed better with the measured results. The agreement between measured and simulated data was generally good. When the indoor temperature falls, the difference was quite small, tenths of a centigrade. Raising temperature gave a greater difference, 1-1.5 C higher simulated temperature than measured, corresponding to a 1-1.5 kW higher heating effect. Differing control systems can explain part of this discrepancy. Another error stems from an underestimation of the insulating capacity of the windows. The main conclusion was that tsbi3 is well adapted to simulating the effects of load management discussed here}
place = {Sweden}
year = {1994}
month = {Sep}
}