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  1. ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF BUILDINGS ART AND SCIENCE OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS DESIGN - BUILDINGS INTELLIGENCE AND ETHICS OF SUSTAINABILITY Prof. dr. Marija Todorovic DERES - DIVISION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Serbia deresmt@EUnet.yu, deres@agrifaculty.bg.ac.yu www.rcub.bg.ac.yu/deres 2006 6th November

  2. Presentaion to the UNESCO E-Learning audience practical experience and results obtained by the implementation of the computational modeling techniques BPS - Building Performance Simulation and CFD - Computational Fluid Dynamics with an aim to predict and optimize dynamic thermal behaviour of an integrated buildings/HVAC/other technical systems energy efficiency and indoor environment quality. AIM OF THIS LECTURE

  3. MACHINERY, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENT AND RECONSTRUCTION BUILDING TECHNICAL ENERGY SYSTEM EXPLOATATION INPUT INCLUDING SERVICE EXPLOATATION OUTPUT OUTPUT AT THE END OF THE EXPLOATATION AND CLOSEDOWN OF THE SYSTEM Buildings consume materials, energy and produce wastes SCHEME OF THE ELEMENTARY MODEL ANALYSIS OF THE BUILDING ENERGY SYSTEM

  4. TO TURN IRREVERSIBILITY TO SUSTAINABILITY RES-TECHNOLOGIES • The most important to delay fossil energy resources exhaustion and to reduce pollution controlling climate change are RES • Solar energy (thermal, PV and photo-thermal • conversion) • Biofuels and Biomass energy • Geothermal and Wind energy • Wave and OTEC energy • Fuel cells and Hydrogen, produced using RES • Low-carbon energy technologies combined with • improvements in end-use efficiencies

  5. Sustainable Urban and Rural Communities employing a high percentage of renewable energy supplies shall adopt innovative and improved technical and socio-economic approaches to CHP-RES based “green electricity”, clean heating, cooling or both and integrated energy distribution networks, including combinations with conventional large scale energy distribution

  6. PASSIVE AND ACTIVE SOLAR & DISTRICT HEATING Experimentig and monitoring

  7. Experimenting and monitoring for modeling vlidation

  8. INPUT DATA

  9. Flat plate solar collector field

  10. Solar collectors testing results

  11. TRNSYS

  12. GLAZING

  13. The Commercial bank in Frankfurt Germany Fully Success Story?

  14. INTEGRATED BUILDINS DESIGN • POLYVALENT FACADES OPTIMIZATION Multifunctional optimization of buildings thermal behavior via • dynamic adjustments and • thermal load control, • control of level of daylighting and artificial • lighting, • and production of thermal and • electrical energy using available solar • radiation

  15. FOSTER NORMAN Re-Swiss Center London

  16. FOSTER NORMAN LONDON CITY HALL

  17. CREATIVITY & IMAGINATION

  18. Daylight intensity in horizontal plane at the 0.8m above floor 3-D Presentation of Model 0 and EE at the west side ground level

  19. Added economic and environmental values given by Distributed Energy systems, based on RES and smaller-scale installations are: Modularity and shorter delivery terms diversity of sustainable energy sources/fuels and diminution of vulnerability with regard to prices, reliability and resistance stable quality and security conditions of supply RES DISTRIBUTED TRIGENERATION

  20. SW orientated office, 21. June 12h, Sunny Sky, Glazing VT 50%, without blinds

  21. Difference between heating, cooling and lighting energy for applied energy efficient measure - dimming

  22. Heating energy Electrical energy M1-JUS M2-JUS M3-JUS M4-JUS M5-DIN M6-DIN M7-DIN M8-DIN M9-DIN

  23. Energoprojekt Headquater Block New Belgrade SF 87000 kWh, WF 58000 kWh, EF 23000 kWh

  24. Mean monthly electricity yield in kWh/m² of different PV modules

  25. Produced electrical energy at the nontransparent building`s surfaces

  26. TERAZIAN TERASSE in Belgrade

  27. Design day cooling load profile