Understanding the dynamic performance of envelope assemblies

Harvey Bryan, Marcus Myers

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Abstract

This paper will explore how we can move from whole building energy usage data to that which can now include component level energy data (i.e., envelope assemblies). This paper will discuss a recent installation in a new campus building of a distributed low cost data acquisition system that can monitor at the component level. Five different wall/roof orientations were selected to have thermocouple sensors placed through the building envelope assembly. All these sensors will be connected to a programmable logic controller which will be integrated with a campus wide website. This system will not only become the new campus standard but will also have an enormous educational benefit to students who use this website.

LanguageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy
PublisherAmerican Solar Energy Society
Pages175-180
Number of pages6
Volume1
ISBN (Print)9781510801790
StatePublished - 2014
Event43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy - San Francisco, United States
Duration: Jul 6 2014Jul 10 2014

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Other43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco
Period7/6/147/10/14

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Programmable logic controllers
Thermocouples
Roofs
Electron energy levels
Data acquisition
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ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment

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Bryan, H., & Myers, M. (2014). Understanding the dynamic performance of envelope assemblies. In 43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy (Vol. 1, pp. 175-180). American Solar Energy Society.

Understanding the dynamic performance of envelope assemblies. / Bryan, Harvey; Myers, Marcus.

43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy. Vol. 1 American Solar Energy Society, 2014. p. 175-180.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bryan, H & Myers, M 2014, Understanding the dynamic performance of envelope assemblies. in 43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy. vol. 1, American Solar Energy Society, pp. 175-180, 43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy, San Francisco, United States, 7/6/14.
Bryan H, Myers M. Understanding the dynamic performance of envelope assemblies. In 43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy. Vol. 1. American Solar Energy Society. 2014. p. 175-180.
Bryan, Harvey ; Myers, Marcus. / Understanding the dynamic performance of envelope assemblies. 43rd ASES National Solar Conference 2014, SOLAR 2014, Including the 39th National Passive Solar Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Young and Emerging Professionals in Renewable Energy. Vol. 1 American Solar Energy Society, 2014. pp. 175-180
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