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Analysis of predicted vs. monitored space heat energy use in 120 homes

Johnny Douglass

Analysis of predicted vs. monitored space heat energy use in 120 homes

Residential Construction Demonstration Project

by Johnny Douglass

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Published by Bonneville Power Administration .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDouglass, Johnny.
ContributionsYoung, Marvin.
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. $0.00 C.1.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17589105M

  Back in early , in an article called “Solar Thermal Is Dead,” I announced that “it’s now cheaper to heat water with a photovoltaic array than solar thermal collectors.”. Now that almost three years have passed, it’s worth revisiting the topic. In the years since that article was written, the cost to install a photovoltaic (PV) system has dropped significantly.   The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon is an international competition that challenges 20 collegiate teams to design, build, and operate the most attractive, effective, and energy-efficient.

ordinary use and to derive the energy balance of an office room. Regression is used by Westergren. et al. [11] to determine the average annual energy use against climate data. Braun. et al. [12] has carried out a regression analysis to predict the . Concept The objective of EnPROVE is to develop a reliable method in predicting energy consumption of a building once appropriate energy-efficient technologies are employed. This objective is critically important to prepare an implementation plan convincing building owners to renovate with energy-saving, energy-generating, and energy-storing solutions.

values of temperature, solar radiation, etc. Energy demand calculations can also be carried out in accordance with ISO standard “Energy performance of buildings - Calculation of energy use for space heating and cooling” (ISO ) l g m B r ia t on i a F i nd Fr a n ce G m y It La tv ia L i i. iv Indoor air quality in highly energy efficient homes – a review ABOUT THE NHBC FOUNDATION AND THE ZERO CARBON HUB The NHBC Foundation was established in by the NHBC in partnership with the BRE Trust. Its purpose is to deliver high-quality research and practical guidance to help the industry meet its considerable challenges.


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Energy Trust of Oregon New Homes Billing Analysis: Comparison of Modeled vs. Actual Energy Usage Dan Rubado, Energy Trust of Oregon, Portland, OR ABSTRACT This paper describes a utility billing analysis of newly constructed homes that received performance-based incentives through Energy Trust of Oregon’s New Homes (NH) program.

Building Energy Use Prediction Using Time Series Analysis. The robust model gives the overall heat transfer coefficient and the base temperature, and it may be used to estimate the energy. An In-depth Analysis of Space Heating Energy Use in Office Buildings Hung-Wen Lin, GEL, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan Tianzhen Hong, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ABSTRACT Space heating represents the largest end use in the U.S.

buildings and consumes more than 7 trillion Joules of site energy annually [USDOE].File Size: KB. Beyond the high contribution of the residential end-use sector on energy consumption, this sector ‘is largely an undefined energy sink’ when compared to the other three end-use and Ugursal explain why the commercial, industrial, and transportation sectors are better understood, and point out that building characteristics, occupant behavior, privacy issues for Cited by: every minute.

The monitored data included energy use and operational status of the space conditioning equipment as well as environmental conditions outside and throughout the house.

The houses were operated under controlled conditions that simulate normal internal gains as defined in California’s. Recently, data-driven building energy use data analysis has focused on grey-box and black-box modeling techniques in which an inverse model of each individual building is created (Dong et alCross et alKim et alHallinan et al ).File Size: KB.

State Space Model for the Prediction of Energy Consumption Dexiong Chen Chia-Man Hung March 1, present the theoretical results with time series analysis tools and study and noise for long-term prediction as it uses predicted Y^ t+1 to continue predicting energy use at further time steps.

For instance, if one uses a deep network to File Size: 2MB. The market study on thermal energy storage technologies also provides historical data, detailed analysis, and statistically refined forecast for technology, end-use applications, and regional segments.

The size of the thermal energy storage market has been estimated based on indicators in technology, end-use application, and regional segments/5(26). of the data that is more suitable for advanced analysis.

The output of the MapReduce phase is loaded into a desktop-scale analysis tool, which can perform advanced in-teractive visualization and further analysis. For this step, we used the popular R [2], [16] statistical analysis environment.

The available results can now fit in memory for R. An in-depth Analysis of Space Heating Energy Use in Office Buildings. Author(s), Hung-Wen Lin and Tianzhen Hong. Environmental Energy and Technologies Division.

May To be presented at the. ACEEE Summer Study, Pacific Grove, CA, August,and to be published in. the ProceedingsFile Size: 1MB. Predictability of Energy Use in Homes David Lachut Computer Science and Electrical Engineering frame as the predicted energy consumed in the next time frame.

Finally, we compare the performance of power feature average homes, we use a meter [13] to directly collect whole-home energy usage data. an estimated energy and as a result not enough heating energy is supplied to maintain the desired temperatures of indoor air and domestic hot water.

On the other hand, too large an energy consumption estimation reduces the efficiency of the power system.

First we used available measurement data from two houses. The data consisted of outdoor. Solar Thermal IS dead My approach to hot water is to use a Stiebel Eltron Tempra Plus 24 which is a nearly % efficient, on-demand electric water heater.

No venting required in my air tight envelope. Besides, I produce my own electricity via a kW PV system. There was no room for a proposed 1, gal tank in my 1,sf slab-on-grade house.

annual energy-use pattern) along with monitored building energy use, weather variables, and internal loads for a few an analysis method (HIM) involving, in addition to utility the values of annual energy use predicted by. heat - home energy assessment technologies: a web based system for residential waste heat analysis using airborne thermal imagery b.

hemachandran, g. save, as much as how much energy we use after we equip each household with HEMS. To analyze energy saving, we the categorized each testbed based on the size of the floor space.

The Energy Consumption of home according to changes bed floor test spaces. The testbed is composed of three floor space: ㎡, ㎡, ㎡. energy efficient new homes. A new home that has earned the ENERGY STAR label has undergone a process of inspections, testing, and verification to meet strict requirements set by the US EPA.

ENERGY STAR certified homes use % less energy than typical new homes while delivering better comfort, quality, and durability. The total electrical energy was monitored with a pulse initiating watt-hour meter and all major electrical appliances outside the living space were current-clamped.

The total natural gas used was measured with a locally designed pulse initiating gas : Sukhbir Mahajan, Charles Newcomb, Michael Shea, Daniel Mort, Bradley Pond, Patrick Morandi. As expected simulation analysis showed this measure to decrease cooling energy use (-9%) while increasing space heating energy use (+19%).

In absolute terms, however, overall space conditioning energy use dropped by kWh or 6% of annual consumption. ENERGY STAR Certified Homes, Version 3 (Rev. 08) Required for homes permitted 11 starting 07/01/ Revised 07/01/ Page 1 of 4 Eligibility Requirements.

APES Ch STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. melir2. Terms in this set (32) System that uses solar collectors to capture energy from the sun and store it as heat for space heating and water heating. Liquid or air pumped through the collectors transfers the captured heat to a storage system such as.peer review, it is useful to evaluate how well HES predicts energy use in occupied homes.

In this paper we compare measured to predicted energy use for occupied homes in Oregon, Florida, and Wisconsin, representing a diversity building.

More information: Wermager, S.; Baur, S. Energy Analysis of a Student-Designed Solar House. Energies6, DOI: /en