Towards a new generation of building envelope calibration
Keywords: 
Área Ingeniería Civil y Arquitectura
Multi-zone calibration
Energy simulation
Uncertainty analysis
Multi-objective optimization
Genetic algorithm (NSGA-II)
Zero energy calibration (ZEC)
Building energy models (BEMs)
Law-driven (forward) modelling
Data-driven (inverse) modelling
Law-data-driven BEMs
Issue Date: 
2017
ISSN: 
1996-1073
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Creative Commons Attribution License
Citation: 
Fernández-Bandera, C. (Carlos); Ramos-Ruiz, G. (Germán). "Towards a new generation of building envelope calibration". Energies. 2017; 10(12): 1-19
Abstract
Building energy performance (BEP) is an ongoing point of reflection among researchers and practitioners. The importance of buildings as one of the largest activators in climate change mitigation was illustrated recently at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21). Continuous technological improvements make it necessary to revise the methodology for energy calculations in buildings, as has recently happened with the new international standard ISO 52016-1 on Energy Performance of Buildings. In this area, there is a growing need for advanced tools like building energy models (BEMs). BEMs should play an important role in this process, but until now there has no been international consensus on how these models should reconcile the gap between measurement and simulated data in order to make them more reliable and affordable. Our proposal is a new generation of models that reconcile the traditional data-driven (inverse) modelling and law-driven (forward) modelling in a single type that we have called law-data-driven models. This achievement has greatly simpli¿ed past methodologies, and is a step forward in the search for a standard in the process of calibrating a building energy model.

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