E3S Web Conf.
Volume 362, 2022BuildSim Nordic 2022
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Comparative Numerical Energy Analysis of Decentralized Ventilation Adapting to Local Norway Climates
Department of Civil Engineering and Energy Technology, Oslo Metropolitan University, Oslo, Norway
* corresponding author: Moon.Kim@oslomet.no
The present work evaluates the performance of different decentralized ventilation control strategies in the local Norway climate. Evaluation is performed using a monthly time-step energy analysis and the IDA-ICE simulation tool for a comparative primary energy analysis on the strategy combinations. Primary energy comparison is conducted with respect to a centralized constant air volume system for comparative analysis. The evaluation results show that the representative decentralized ventilation (DV) system has the most significant energy performance. The lower heat recovery efficiency significantly impacts on the ventilation energy of DV system in the cold climate, and the low specific fan power can efficiently be used for zone cooling in summer.
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