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Analysis of Saving Rates according to Energy Consumption Factors in Office Building
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Saving Rates according to Energy Consumption Factors in Office Building
Park, Byung-Il; Yang, In-Ho;
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 Abstract
In this study, 21 energy reduction factors were selected as architecture, system & operation, and lighting and equipment parts to analyze reduction method of the load occurring in office buildings. Energy consumption simulation was performed. In the architecture part, saving rate (1.53%) of "occupant density" factor was the most efficient. In the system and operation part, saving rate (1.28%) of "interior VAV and exterior FPU type" factor was the most efficient. In case of lighting and equipment part, saving rate (12.42%) of "schedule" factor was the most efficient. In the three parts, saving rate of the lighting and equipment part was 27.32%. This was caused by the "schedule" factor. Saving rates of the architecture part and the system and operation part were 3.39% and 1.20%, respectively.
 Keywords
Office building;Energy reduction factor;Saving rate;Analysis;
 Language
Korean
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