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|Authors:||René Unger: EA EnergieArchitektur GmbH, Dresden, Germany|
|Torsten Schwan: Institute of Automotive Technologies Dresden - IAD, Dresden University of Technology Dresden, Germany|
|Beate Mikoleit: EA EnergieArchitektur GmbH, Dresden, Germany|
|Bernard Bäker: Institute of Automotive Technologies Dresden - IAD, Dresden University of Technology Dresden, Germany|
|Christian Kehrer: ITI GmbH, Dresden, Germany|
|Tobias Rodemann: Honda Research Institute Europé, Offenbach/Main, Germany|
|Publication title:||“Green Building” – Modelling renewable building energy systems and electric mobility concepts using Modelica|
|Conference:||Proceedings of the 9th International MODELICA Conference; September 3-5; 2012; Munich; Germany|
|Publication type:||Abstract and Fulltext|
|Abstract:||For most people; a comfortable living and mobility are basic needs. With the rising individual demand for energy as well as the diminishing fossil energy resources; new optimized concepts for energy supply and usage are required. To address these challenges; renewable energy sources; decentralized storage; and electric mobility concepts are matters of rapidly growing importance.|
Future building energy systems have to successfully integrate user demands; local renewable energy; storage systems and charging infrastructure; a task requiring extensive scrutinizing.
Typical questions to the engineer are to compare different system layouts with respect to sustainability; cost; and robustness; or to identify setscrews in an energy system to optimize components and control algorithms.
This paper describes an approach to solve such questions using simulations with the non-causal language Modelica. Modeling paradigms and examples are shown. Special emphasize is given to the “Green Building” library and its components; bringing major building energy systems and electric vehicles to the same platform.
|Keywords:||renewable energy; building; electric mobility; library; modelling example|
|No. of pages:||10|
|Series:||Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings|
|Publisher:||Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet|
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