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Analysis of Building Energy using Meteorological Numerical Simulation Data over Busan Metropolitan Areas
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Building Energy using Meteorological Numerical Simulation Data over Busan Metropolitan Areas
Lee, Kwi-Ok; Kim, Min-Jun; Lee, Kang-Yeol; Kang, Dong-Bae; Park, Chang-Hyoun; Lee, Hwa-Woon; Jung, Woo-Sik;
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 Abstract
To estimate the benefit of high-resolution meteorological data for building energy estimation, a building energy analysis has been conducted over Busan metropolitan areas. The heating and cooling load has been calculated at seven observational sites by using temperature, wind and relative humidity data provided by WRF model combined with the inner building data produced by American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). The building energy shows differences 2-3% in winter and 10-30% in summer depending on locations. This result implicates that high spatiotemporal resolution of meteorological model data is significantly important for building energy analysis.
 Keywords
EnergyPlus;Building energy analysis;Weather data;Heating energy;Cooling energy;
 Language
Korean
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