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Proceedings of BauSim Conference 2020: 8th Conference of IBPSA-Germany and Austria

     

CONCEPT FOR SOFT-LINKING A MULTI-ENERGY SYSTEM CO-PLANNING MODEL TO AN URBAN ENERGY SIMULATION PLATFORM

C. B. Heendeniya, S. Kรถhler, B. Schrรถter

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3217/978-3-85125-786-1-74
Abstract: ๐‘ƒแถœโ„Ž , ๐‘ƒแตˆแถœ = Charge/ discharge power of battery Soft-linking multi-energy system (MES) models with bat bat urban energy simulation platforms (UESP) enable high spatial resolution modeling of local energy systems. The smallest energy unit of an urban MES model is the โ€œbuilding energy-hubโ€ that describes the interaction between different energy carriers in a building. A building also represents a data structure that consists of geometrical, topological, and semantic information in a UESP. ๐‘„dโ„Žn = Heat import from district heating network ๐‘„โ„Žp, ๐‘†โ„Žp = Heat pump energy for space heating and hot water generation ๐‘„โ„Žโ‚‘โ‚t, ๐‘†โ„Žw = Heating and hot water energy demand ๐‘„แถœโ„Ž , ๐‘„แตˆแถœ = Charge/ discharge power of thermal In this paper, we present a concept and first results of a simple urban use-case for soft-linking MES models tess storage tess and UESP. The potential to extend this method to model the interactions among many prosumers is also discussed.
Pages: 616 - 623
Paper:
bausim2020_74