Managing and re-building energy of existing buildings: diagnostic and characterization procedure energy from measured data

Authors

  • Julián Arco Universidad de Granada (Spain). Grupo de Investigación Optimización Computacional en Comunicaciones e Ingeniería, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ing. de Edificación
  • José Sánchez Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)
  • Raúl Saucedo Universidad de Granada (Spain)
  • Francisco Gil Montoya Universidad de Almería (Spain)
  • José Manuel Salmerón Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)
  • José Luis Molina Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)

Keywords:

Rehabilitation energy, Savings verification, Monitoring of buildings, energy services

Abstract

One of the essential factors for energy management and rehabilitation of existing buildings is to establish a practical and efficient procedure, from distributed control and intelligent monitoring, trying to automate the process of operation, the status of the facilities, monitor critical variables and receive information on-line and off-line performance of them to ensure comfort conditions in a context of rational energy consumption.  All this takes form of the development of a new model for the prediction of the energetic consumption of buildings. This prediction is performed in two levels: schedule, with a model derived from the transfer functions applied to the building, and daily, with a simplified model from the previous one. The aim is to achieve energy-smart, efficient and above all through the progressive implementation of energy saving measures.

Author Biography

Raúl Saucedo, Universidad de Granada (Spain)

 Universidad de Almería, España pagilm@ual.es

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Published

2013-12-31

How to Cite

Arco, J., Sánchez, J., Saucedo, R., Gil Montoya, F., Salmerón, J. M., & Molina, J. L. (2013). Managing and re-building energy of existing buildings: diagnostic and characterization procedure energy from measured data. Revista De La Construcción. Journal of Construction, 12(3), 09–16. Retrieved from https://revistadelaconstruccion.uc.cl/index.php/RDLC/article/view/13602

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