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Proceedings of Building Simulation 2017: 15th Conference of IBPSA

     

Goal-oriented Updating Technique Applied to Building Thermal Model

Zohra Djatouti1, Julien Waeytens1, Ludovic Chamoin2, Patrice Chatellier1
1UniversiteĀ“ Paris-Est, IFSTTAR, Marne-la-ValleĀ“e, France
2 LMT-Cachan, ENS Paris Saclay / CNRS / Paris 6 University, Cachan, France


DOI: https://doi.org/10.26868/25222708.2017.513
Abstract: The present paper introduces a goal-oriented approach for parameter calibration of thermal building models. In a context of reducing the global energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, the goaloriented method may be used for a robust prediction of a quantity of interest. Contrary to standard inverse methods, we do not aim at identifying all the model parameters in view of simulating the global thermal behavior of the building. Only the model parameters involved in the computation of the quantity of interest are updated. The proposed inverse strategy can lead to low computational time and reduced instrumentation. To validate the method, a first application on a steady state heat transfer problem is presented.
Pages: 1898 - 1904
Paper:
BS2017_513