September 14 - 16, 2016
Dresden, Germany

Conference Program

Main authors are written in bold. Presenting authors are underlined.

A-01: Plenary session

September 14, 2016

09:20 - 11:20

A-01-1

The application of Buidling simulation for decision making

C. Felsmann

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Energietechnik, Germany

A-01-2

Development of planning tools for Energy-Settlements and -Quarters - a collaborative effort between research and practice?

J. Grunewald

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Bauklimatik, Germany

A-01-3

Forschungsförderung des BMWi –Energie in Gebäuden und Quartieren 

P. Vach

Bundesminsterium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi) , Germany

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A-02: Plenary session

September 14, 2016

12:50 - 14:50

A-02-1

perFORMance based design

P. M. Pelken

P+ STUDIO, London, Great Britain

A-02-2

Construction 4.0 - the benefits of a digital twin building from design to demolition

H. M. Künzel

Fraunhofer Institut für Bauphysik, Germany

A-02-3

AixLib – An open-Source Modelica Library within the IEA-EBC Annex 60 Framework

D. Müller, M. Lauster, A. Constantin, M. Fuchs, P. Remmen

RWTH Aachen University, E.ON Energy Research Center, Germany

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A-03: Plenary session

September 14, 2016

15:20 - 16:50

A-03-1

Energie-Siedlungen und Quartiere - Definition, Planung, Betrieb, Monitoring und Zertifizierung

V. Stockinger

Hochschule München, Competence Center-Energieeffiziente Gebäude, Germany

A-03-2

Planning tools for Energy-settlements and -quarters – Solver framework and coupling technology development

A. Nicolai

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Bauklimatik, Germany

A-03-3

Making the Performance Gap Smaller and Predictable

S. Moosberger

EQUA Solutions AG, Switzerland

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B-01: Building envelope systems

September 15, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

B-01-1

Design rules for floor heating system using new analytical formulas

C. - E. Hagentoft

Chalmers University of Technology, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Göteborg, Sweden

B-01-2

Exploring flooding and rising water problems related to heritage; Case study St. Catherine's Chapel, Lemiers, The Netherlands 

H.L. Schellen1, Z. Huijbregts1, A.W.M. v. Schijndel1, R.P. Kramer1

1Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands 

B-01-3

Calculating pareto-optimal airtightness levels for residential buildings

Katrien Maroy , N. van Den Bossche, B. Foré

Ghent University, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Belgium

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C-01: Integral energy concepts for buildings and neighborhoods

September 15, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

C-01-1

Optimising buildings based on renewable primary energy

J. Grove-Smith1, W. Feist2,1, B. Krick1

1Passivhaus Institut, Darmstadt, Germany; 2University of Innsbruck, Institute for Structural Engineering and Material Sciences, Austria

C-01-2

Energy performance and Lifecycle cost optimization of a local smart heating and electricity grid

R. Unger, T. Schwan, M. Wicke 

EA Systems Dresden GmbH, Germany

C-01-3

Hygrothermal behaviour of prefabricated  façade elements for building renovation

M. Steeman, N. Van Den Bossche, K. Maroy

Ghent University, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Belgium

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D-01: Modelling and Simulation Analysis of buildings

September 15, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

D-01-1

Building Geometry for Energy Performance Simulation Using Modelica

V. Bazjanac1, T. Maile2, C. Nytsch-Geusen3

1Stanford University, Civil and Environmental Engineering, United States; 2Maile Consulting, Fellbach, Germany; 3Institute for Architecture and City Planning, Berlin University of Arts, Berlin, Germany

D-01-2

Stochastic Analysis for Design Space Exploration and Building Performance Optimisation

T. Grille, H. Pruvost, R. J. Scherer

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Bauinformatik, Germany

D-01-3

Combination of Monte-Carlo approach and artificial neural network for the determination of swiss typical building thermal load profiles

A. Seerig, A. Zakovorotnyi

Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Centre for Integrated Building Technology, Horw, Switzerland

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E-01: Datenflussketten, Kopplung von Simulationsprogrammen

September 15, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

E-01-1

Scalable Design-Driven Parameterization of Reduced Order Models using Archetype Buildings with TEASER

M. Lauster, M. Fuchs, M. Mans, P. Remmen, D. Müller

RWTH Aachen University, E.ON Energy Research Center, Institute for Energy Efficient Buildings and Indoor Climate, Germany

E-01-2

Coupling building morphology optimization and energy efficiency – a proof of concept

G. Wurzer1, W. E. Lorenz1, U. Pont2, A. Mahdavi2

1Technische Universität Wien, Digital Architecture and Planning, Austria; 2TU Wien, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, Vienna, Austria

E-01-3

Erweiterung von Modellen zur Anwendung strukturvariabler Simulationen in Modelica

J. Möckel, C. Nytsch-Geusen

Universität der Künste Berlin, Institut für Architektur und Städtebau, Germany

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B-02: Salt and Frost damage

September 15, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

B-02-1

Salt Damage of the stone Buddha carved into the cliff

N. Takatori1, O. Daisuke2, S. Wakiya3, M. Abuku4, K. Kiriyama5, Y. Kohdzuma6

1Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Japan; 2Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Japan; 3Nara Institutes for Cultural Heritage, Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Nara-shi, Japan; 4Kinki University, Faculty of Architecture, Higashi-Osaka, Japan; 5Kyoto University, Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability, Japan; 6Nara Institutes for Cultural Heritage, Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Nara-shi, Japan

B-02-2

Comparison of frost damage indexes for two different weather years in the Czech Republic

J. Kočí, R. Černý

Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry, Czech Republic

B-02-3

Effect of Salts and Absorption Cycles in the Capillary Coefficient of Building Materials with Different Joints

A. Guimaraes, J. M. P. Q. Delgado, V. Peixoto de Freitas

University of Porto, CONSTRUCT-LFC, Faculty of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department, Portugal

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C-02: Integral energy concepts for buildings and neighborhoods

September 15, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

C-02-1

Houses as thermal batteries for the electric grid?

T. Gauer, M. Pahn

TU Kaiserslautern, Institute of concrete structures and structural engineering, Germany

C-02-2

Durability of thermal renderings: Durability assessment procedures

J. Maia1 N. M. M. Ramos1, R. Veiga2

1University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering (FEUP), Construct - LFC, Portugal; 2National Laboratory of Civil Engineering (LNEC), Building Finishes and Thermal Insulation Unit, Lisboa, Portugal

C-02-3

Turbine-House: patented energy plus innovation

P. M. Pelken, V. Vassilev

P+ STUDIO, London, Great Britain

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D-02: Interoperability, Building Information Modelling (BIM)

September 15, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

D-02-1

Model View Definition for Advanced Building Energy Performance Simulation

S. V. Pinheiro1, R. Wimmer2, T. Maile3, J. O'Donnell1, V. Bazjanac4, J. Frisch3, C. van Treeck3

1University College Dublin, School of Mechanical and Material Engineering and UCD Energy Institute, Ireland; 2RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Building E3D, Germany; 3E3D, Aachen, Germany; 4Stanford University, United States

D-02-2

eeBIM Lab – Towards a coherent green building design process

R. Guruz, P. Katranuschkov, R. J. Scherer

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut Bauinformatik (BIW), Germany

D-02-3

Hysteresis of liquid moisture transport in porous building materials: experimental and computational analysis

J. Kočí, J. Maděra, M. Jerman, R. Černý

Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Materials Engineering and Chemistry, Czech Republic

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E-02: Datenflussketten, Kopplung von Simulationsprogrammen

September 15, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

E-02-1

Automated collocation of simulation modules in FMI-based Building Energy Co-Simulation

M. Mitterhofer, S. Stratbücker

Fraunhofer Institut für Bauphysik, Energieeffizienz und Raumklima, Valley, Germany

E-02-2

Consideration of heating elements' behaviour in a co-simulation setting using model-predictive controls

N. Sterl, M. Schuss, A. Mahdavi

Technische Universität Wien, Abteilung für Bauphysik und Bauökologie, Vienna, Austria

E-02-3

Schnittstellen für die Co-Simulationskopplung zwischen Gebäude- und Heizungsanlagensimulation

A. Paepcke, A. Nicolai

Technische Universität Dresden, Fakultät Architektur, Institut für Bauklimatik, Germany

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B-03: Building envelope systems

September 15, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

B-03-1

A thermal conductivity prediction model for porous building blocks

W. Van De Walle, H. Janssen

KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering, Building Physics Section, Heverlee, Belgium

B-03-2

Results of Belgian quality control framework for cavity wall insulation

A. Janssens, M. Delghust, N. van Den Bossche

Ghent University, Architecture and urban planning, Belgium

B-03-3

Sensitivity analysis of hygrothermal performance of highly insulated wall assemblies

L. Wang, H. Ge

Concordia University, Department of Building,Civil & Environmental Engineering, Montreal, Canada

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C-03: Integral energy concepts for buildings and neighborhoods

September 15, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

C-03-1

Non-Residential Buildings: Input Parameters for Modeling the Energy Demand

L. Franke, I. Nemeth

Technische Universität München, Zentrum für nachhaltiges Bauen, Germany

C-03-2

Database development with “3D-CityGML”-, “EnergyADE”- and “UtilitynetworksADE” schema for city-district-simulation modelling

C. Fliegner, M. - A. Brüntjen, J. Frisch, C. van Treeck

RWTH Aachen University, Lehrstuhl für Energieeffizientes Bauen E3D, Germany

C-03-3

Density-based clustering algorithm for fault detection and identification in HVAC systems

G. A. Benndorf, N. Réhault

Fraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme, Solares Bauen, Freiburg, Germany

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D-03: Modellierung und Simulation im Lebenszyklus von Gebäuden

September 15, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

D-03-1

Modellprädiktive Einzelraumregelung auf Basis empirischer Modelle

F. Paschke, M. Franke, J. Haufe

Fraunhofer-Institut für integrierte Schaltungen IIS EAS, Algorithmen und Datenverarbeitung, Dresden, Germany

D-03-2

Zustandsraummodelle als gemeinsames Werkzeug für Entwurf, Optimierung und Fehlerdiagnose in Gebäudesystemen

G. Lichtenberg1, T. Müller2, K. Kruppa1, B. Lautenschlager1, N. Réhault2

1Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Physics & Control Systems, Germany; 2Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems - ISE, Building Performance Optimization, Freiburg, Germany

D-03-3

Dezentrale Einspeisung von solaren Wärmeerträgen in Nah- oder Fernwärmenetze – Ergebnisse einer Simulationsstudie

M. Heymann, K. Rühling

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Energietechnik, Professur für Gebäudeenergietechnik und Wärmeversorgung, Germany

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E-03: Datenflussketten, Kopplung von Simulationsprogrammen

September 15, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

E-03-1

Entwicklung von Algorithmen zur Simulatorkopplung unter Verwendung der FMI-Schnittstelle für Anwendungen in der Gebäudesimulation

C. Clauß, C. Majetta, R. Meyer

Fraunhofer-Institut für integrierte Schaltungen IIS EAS, Dresden, Germany

E-03-2

Integration von thermischer Gebäudesimulation und Strömungssimulation in einer Nutzeroberfläche - BIM HVACTool

D. Weiß1,2, T. Tian2

1Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Bauklimatik, Germany; 2Tian Building Engineering, Berlin, Germany

E-03-3

Instationäre energetische Bewertung von Wärmepumpen- und Mikro-KWK-Systemen – Simulation und Emulation

M. Knorr1, P. Mehrfeld2, F. Riedesser3, L. Schinke1, M. Nürenberg2, J. Seifert1, K. Huchtemann2, D. Müller2

1Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Energietechnik, Professur GEWV, Germany; 2RWTH Aachen University, E.ON Energy Research Center, Lehrstuhl für Gebäude- und Raumklimatechnik, Germany; 3Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Gebäudeenergetik (IGE), Germany

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B-04: Degradation and damage processes

September 15, 2016

15:30 - 17:00

B-04-1

Degradation of the wall paintings of Hagia Sofia in Istanbul

E. Mizutani1, D. Ogura1, T. Ishizaki2, M. Abuku3, J. Sasaki4

1Kyoto University, Graduate school of engineering, Japan; 2Tohoku University of Art and Design, Institute for Conservation of Cultural property, Yamagata, Japan; 3Kinki University, Faculty of architecture, Higashi-Osaka, Japan; 4Kansai University, Center for the Global Study of Cultural Heritage and Culture, Suita, Japan

B-04-2

Prediction of Wood Decay Progress with Natural Infection under Fluctuated Temperature within Building Envelopes

H. Saito1, D. Ogura2, T. Mori3, S. Horisawa4

1Ashikaga Institute of Technology, Division of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Japan; 2Kyoto University, Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Japan; 3Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University, Laboratory of Structural Function, Uji, Japan; 4Kochi University of Technology, Environmental Science and Engineering, Kami, Japan

B-04-3

Modelling damage of building materials induced by sodium sulphate crystallization

M. Koniorczyk1, D. Gawin2

1Lodz University of Technology, Department of Building Physics and Building Materials, Poland; 2Lodz University of Technology, Department of Building Physics and Building Materials, Poland

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C-04: Energetisches Gebäudemonitoring & Betriebsoptimierung

September 15, 2016

15:30 - 17:00

C-04-1

Analysen eines zellulären, regionalen Energiesystems in Theorie und Praxis

P. Seidel, J. Seifert, J. Haupt

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Energietechnik, Professur für Gebäudeenergietechnik und Wärmeversorgung, Germany

C-04-2

Monitoring Based Commissioning (MBCx) in Energy and Facility Management

T. Kauppinen1, M. Hienonen2

1Oulu University of Applied Science, Finland; 2City of Oulu, Building Supervision Office, Finland

C-04-3

Monitoring und Bilanzrechnung: Ganz ohne Performance Gap!

S. Peper1, W. Feist2, J. Grove-Smith1

1Passivhaus Institut, Darmstadt, Germany; 2Universität Innbruck, Inst. für Konstruktion und Materialwissenschaften, Innsbruck, Austria

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D-04: Building envelope systems

September 15, 2016

15:30 - 17:00

D-04-1

Exploring the implications of variance in urban microclimate for buildings’ energy performance: a simulation based approach

K. Kiesel, M. Vuckovic, A. Mahdavi 

Technische Universität Wien, Bauphysik und Bauökologie, Austria

D-04-2

The performance of vacuum glazing in existing window constructions: A case study

O. Proskurnina, U. Pont, A. Mahdavi

TU Wien, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, Vienna, Austria

D-04-3

Numerische Simulation am Praxisbeispiel der Hygrothermie von Holzbalkenköpfen

A. Staar, P. Strangfeld, T. Bark

BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Fakultät für Bauen, Germany

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E-04: Validierungsszenarien, Qualitätssicherung

September 15, 2016

15:30 - 17:00

E-04-1

Simulation and Validation of Thermal Air Stratification In Living Spaces

C. Banhardt1, G. Grozman2, C. Nytsch-Geusen3,1

1Technische Universität Berlin, Zentralinstitut El Gouna, Germany; 2Equa Simulation AB, Solna, Sweden; 3Universität der Künste Berlin, Versorgungsplanung- und Versorgungstechnik, Germany

E-04-2

An Inquiry into the Reliability Of Urban-Level CFD-Based Air Flow Field Analysis

R. Cetin1,2, A. Mahdavi1

1Vienna University of Technology, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, Austria; 2Yildirim Beyazit University, Faculty of Architecture, Ankara, Turkey

E-04-3

Prüfung und Konvertierung von TGA ifcXML-Modellen zu SimModel

S. Ebertshäuser, P. von Both

KIT/Institut für Entwerfen und Bautechnik, Fachgebiet Building Lifecycle Management (BLM), Karlsruhe, Germany

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B-05: Building material properties

September 16, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

B-05-1

Modelling of water vapour sorption in silicate-based building materials

P. Matiasovsky, P. Mihalka

Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Building Physics, Bratislava, Slovakia

B-05-2

Experimental investigation of capillary absorption along mortar-brick interface plane

J. I. Belghaug Knarud, T. Kvande, S. Geving

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Civil and Transport Engineering, Trondheim, Norway

B-05-3

Impact of gypsum pore clogging on moisture transfer properties of bricks

J. Todorovic, H. Janssen

KU Leuven, Building Physics Section, Civil Engineering, Belgium

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C-05: Building envelope systems

September 16, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

C-05-1

Effects of water repellent on frost damage in outer walls of rock-hewn churches in Cappadocia, Turkey

M. Yoshioka1, C. Iba1, K. Watanabe2, Y. Taniguchi3, K. Koizumi4, K. Sano5, C. Piao6

1Kyoto university, Graduate school of Engineering, kyoto, Japan; 2Mie university, graduate school of bioresources, Tsu, Japan; 3University of Tsukuba, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Japan; 4Osaka University, Graduate School of Engineering, Japan; 5D&D CORPORATION, Yokkaichi, Japan; 6HYTEC Inc., Osaka, Japan

C-05-2

Selecting moisture reference year for hygrothermal simulations

X. Zhou1,2, D. Derome2, J. Carmeliet1,2

1ETH Zürich, Chair of Building Physics, Switzerland; 2Empa, Laboratory of Multiscale Studies in Building Physics, Dübendorf, Switzerland

C-05-3

Study on environmental performance evaluation method on advanced façade system

T. Matsuo

Shimizu Corporation, Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

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D-05: Gebäude -Anlage - Mensch

September 16, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

D-05-1

Fertigteile zur multifunktionalen thermischen Nutzung

C. Caspari, M. Pahn

Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Massivbau und Baukonstruktion, Germany

D-05-2

Numerische und experimentelle Untersuchung thermisch aktivierter Sandwichwände mit integriertem Paraffin
R. Javanmardi, M. Pahn

TU Kaiserslautern, Institut Baukonstruktion und Fertigteilbau, Germany

D-05-3

Qualitative und quantitative tageslichttechnische Fassadenplanung für die Beratungspraxis

J. de Boer1, S. Wössner1, E. Budde1, D. Polle2, D. Witzel2, M. Schmidt3

1Fraunhofer-Institut für Bauphysik, Energieeffizienz und Raumklima, Stuttgart, Germany; 2DIAL GmbH, Lüdenscheid, Germany; 3Hochschule Rosenheim, Fakultät für Innenarchitektur, Germany

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E-05: Numerische Lösungsverfahren, Optimierung und Implementierung

September 16, 2016

08:30 - 10:00

E-05-1

Ansätze zur Parallelisierung Numerischer Lösungsverfahren in der Bauteilsimulation

S. Vogelsang

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Bauklimatik, Germany

E-05-2

Vergleichende Betrachtung numerischer und messtechnischer Untersuchungen ausgewählter Referenzexperimente für die Heizungs- und Raumlufttechnik

C. Kandzia1, R. Gritzki1, A. Perschk1, C. Felsmann1, D. Stubbe2

1Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Energietechnik, Germany; 2Institut für Luft- und Kältetechnik Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH, Dresden, Germany

E-05-3

Transformation of a building energy simulation model with variable time step solver into a CoSimulation slave

A. Nicolai, A. Paepcke

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Bauklimatik, Germany

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B-06: Urban physics

September 16, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

B-06-1

Development of hygrothermal reference years for Germany
T. Schöner1
, D. Zirkelbach1

1Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP), Holzkirchen, Germany

B-06-2

Influences of wind-driven rain and radiation on urban microclimate

A. Kubilay1, D. Derome1, J. Carmeliet1,2

1Empa, Laboratory for Multiscale Studies in Building Physics, Duebendorf, Switzerland; 2ETH Zurich, Chair of Building Physics, Zürich, Switzerland

B-06-3

Local climate models for hygrothermal building component simulations

E. Tanaka1, D. Zirkelbach1

1Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (IBP), Holzkirchen, Germany

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C-06: Building material properties

September 16, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

C-06-1

Numerical estimation of isothermal moisture storage and transport properties

M. Islahuddin1, H. Janssen1, G. Samaey2

1KU Leuven, Civil Engineering, Belgium; 2KU Leuven, Computer Science, Belgium

C-06-2

Numerical simulation of drying process in building materials

P. Mihalka, P. Matiasovsky

Institute of Construction and Architecture, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Building Physics, Bratislava, Slovakia

C-06-3

Two-scale model of masonry on parallel computers

J. Kruis, T. Krejci

Czech Technical University in Prague, Department of Mechanics, Czech Republic

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D-06: Gebäude – Anlage – Mensch

September 16, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

D-06-1

BuildingSystems - Eine modular hierarchische Modellbibliothek zur energetischen Gebäude- und Anlagensimulation

C. Nytsch-Geusen1,2, C. Banhardt2, A. Inderfurth1, K. Mucha1, J. Möckel1, J. Rädler1, M. Thorade1, C. Ribas Tugores1

1Universität der Künste Berlin, Institut für Architektur und Städtebau, Fachgebiet Versorgungsplanung & Versorgungstechnik, Germany; 2Technische Universität Berlin, Zentralinstitut El Gouna, Energy for Buildings, Germany

D-06-2

Kopplung eines thermischen Komfortmodells zur Vorhersage von Nutzerinteraktion mit Gebäudetechnik

K. Boudier1, S. Hoffmann1, G. Kokogiannakis2

1TU Kaiserslautern, Germany; 2University of Wollongong, Sustainable Buildings Research Center, Australia

D-06-3

Exploring the effectiveness of window operation models for thermal comfort and energy performance assessments

F. Tahmasebi, M. Schuss, A. Mahdavi

Technische Universität Wien, Bauphysik und Bauökologie, Austria

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E-06: Numerische Lösungsverfahren, Optimierung und Implementierung

September 16, 2016

10:30 - 12:00

E-06-1

Modellierung oberflächennaher Erdwärmeübertrager für Systemsimulationen in TRNSYS

H. Hirsch, F. Hüsing, G. Rockendorf

Institut für Solarenergieforschung GmbH, Solare Systeme, Emmerthal, Germany

E-06-2

Adiabatic absorber model for the liquid desiccant distribution network at the technology park Berlin Adlershof using Modelica

Y. Fürst, M. Kriegel

Technische Universität Berlin, Hermann-RietschelInstitut, Chair of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Germany

E-06-3

Analysis of cooling and heating energy provided by a green roof system with integrated air ducts for mid-latitude cities

F. Lee1, C. Nytsch-Geusen2,1

1Technische Universität Berlin, Zentralinstitut El Gouna, Germany; 2Universität der Künste Berlin, Institut für Architektur und Städtebau, Fachgebiet Versorgungsplanung & Versorgungstechnik, Germany

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B-07: Building envelope systems

September 16, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

B-07-1

Investigation of leakage moisture in walls with wood fibre insulation

S. Geving1, E. Hansen1, S. Zilles2, J. Holme2

1Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Dept of Civil and Transport Engineering, Trondheim, Norway; 2SINTEF Building and Infrastructure, Trondheim, Norway

B-07-2

Numerical modeling of coupled hygrothermal phenomena and frost-induced strains in moist building materials

D. Gawin1, F. Pesavento2, M. Koniorczyk1

1Lodz University of Technology, Building Physics and Building Materials, Poland; 2University of Padova, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, Italy

B-07-3

Cavity ventilation behind brick veneer cladding: experimental and numerical investigation

M. Vanpachtenbeke1,2, J. Langmans1, S. Roels1, J. Van den Bulcke2, J. Van Acker2 

1KU Leuven - Building Physics Section, Department of Civil Engineering, Heverlee, Belgium; 2UGent - Laboratory of Wood Technology, Department of Forest and Water Management, Ghent, Belgium

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C-07: Integral energy concepts for buildings and neighborhoods

September 16, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

C-07-1

Low-temperature district heating networks – Use of local energy potentials

K. M. Heissler, I. Nemeth

Technische Universität München, Centre for Sustainable Building, Germany

C-07-2

Urban energy modeling using Multivariate Cluster Analysis

N. Ghiassi, A. Mahdavi

TU Wien, Building Physics and Building Ecology, Vienna, Austria

C-07-3

Feasibility study of a multilevel district heating grid with dissolved supply and return using Modelica

M. Bachmann, M. Kriegel

Technische Universität Berlin, Herman-Rietschel-Institut, Germany

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D-07: Gebäude – Anlage – Mensch

September 16, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

D-07-1

Simulation und experimentelle Evaluierung thermoaktiver Textilien für die energieeffiziente Heizung und Kühlung von Räumen

R. Gritzki, C. Kandzia, M. Rösler, C. Scheer, C. Felsmann

Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Energietechnik, Germany

D-07-2

Betonkernaktivierung mit Luft im Vergleich zu etablierten Systemen der Raumkühlung

C. Schwenk, A. Maas

Universität Kassel, Fachgebiet Bauphysik, Germany

D-07-3

Agentenbasierte Steuerung von thermischer Simulation in Echtzeit

M. Bauer1, T. Schöler2, L. Kögel2, M. Schweinfest1

1Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Germany; 2Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Computer Science, Germany

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E-07: Wissenstransfer für die Simulationspraxis / Ausgewählte Praxisbeispiele

September 16, 2016

13:30 - 15:00

E-07-1

Comparison of pipe network designs by CFD simulations

K. Tawackolian, M. Kriegel

Technische Universität Berlin, Hermann-RietschelInstitut, Chair of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Germany

E-07-2

Application of calibrated CFD models for the assessment of a displacement ventilation system

M. Taheri1, M. Schuss2, J. Lechleitner3, A. Mahdavi4

1Project Assistant, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, TU Vienna, Austria; 2University Assistant, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, TU Vienna, Austria; 3Technical Assistant, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, TU Vienna, Austria; 4University Professor, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, TU Vienna, Austria

E-07-3

Softwaregestützte Wärmebedarfsermittlung bei Informations- und Ressourcenknappheit

D. Koschwitz1, M. - A. Brüntjen1, A. Chivite2, J. Frisch1, C. van Treeck1

1RWTH Aachen University, Lehrstuhl für Energieeffizientes Bauen E3D, Germany; 2BFT Planung GmbH, Aachen, Germany

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B-08: Building envelope systems

September 16, 2016

15:30 - 16:30

B-08-1

A mathematical model for hysteresis of sorption isotherm of salt-laiden porous materials

M. Abuku1, D. Ogura2, S. Hokoi2

1Kindai University, Faculty of Architecture, Higashi-Osaka, Japan; 2Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Japan

Concepts for the restoration of residential buildings in China - demolition or preserving

H.-P. Leimer1

1HAWK Hildesheim, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

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C-08: Human comfort, health and indoor air quality

September 16, 2016

15:30 - 16:30

C-08-1

Human decision making in energy-relevant interaction with buildings

J. von Grabe

Universität Liechtenstein, Institut für Architektur und Raumentwicklung, Vaduz, Liechtenstein

C-08-2

Investigating methods to promote natural ventilation in a traditional Japanese dwelling with a small courtyard during the summer season

C. Iba1, S. Hokoi1, K. Arai2

1Kyoto University, Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Japan; 2Japan Post Holdings Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan

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D-08: Algorithms for computer-aided decision making

September 16, 2016

15:30 - 16:30

D-08-1

Calibration of building energy use models: A case study of three residential buildings in Kosovo

M. Rashani, A. Mahdavi

Vienna University of Technology, Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, Austria

D-08-2

Numerical calculation of the direct sound transmission using a combined finite element - statistical energy analysis approach

W. Hauer1, B. Buchegger1, H. Ferk1, P. Kautsch2

1Technische Universität Graz, LKI - Labor für Bauphysik, Austria; 2Technische Universität Graz, Institut für Hochbau, Austria

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E-08: Gebäude – Anlage – Mensch

September 16, 2016

15:30 - 16:30

E-08-1

Auswirkungen der Gebäudebegrünung auf das hygrothermische Verhalten der Gebäude und deren Umgebung

A. Korjenic, M. Mitterböck

Technische Universität Wien, Institut für Hochbau und Technologie, Forschungsbereich für Bauphysik und Schallschutz, Austria

E-08-2

Ganzheitliche energetische Modellierung von Privathaushalten unter Berücksichtigung von Gebäudestruktur und Nutzerverhalten

I. Dimitrov1, S. Schwickert1, M. Griese2, T. Schulte2

1Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, Bauphysik und Technischer Ausbau, Detmold, Germany; 2Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, Fachgebiet Regelungstechnik und Mechatronik, Lemgo, Germany

Main authors are written in bold. Presenting authors are underlined.

Veranstaltungsankündigung

Workshop am 16. September 2016:

Holzbalkenköpfe im Mauerwerk- Energetisches Bewertungsverfahren für Bestandsgebäude mit Holzbalkendecken

Bitte beachten Sie, dass es sich bei diesem Workshop um eine eigenständige Veranstaltung außerhalb des Kongresszentrums handelt.

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The conference is supported by the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal and State Governments.