Development of a software package for community energy system assessment – Part I: Building a load estimator
Mo Chung and
Energy, 2010, vol. 35, issue 7, 2767-2776
As part of an assessment software package for community energy systems, a database application is developed to systematically calculate the energy demands for mixes of 12 different types of building in Korea. The program generates the hourly demands for electricity, heating, cooling, and hot water for the mix of building types for 8760h of a year. The calculation is based on field and measured data from major cities throughout the country. The energy demand curves generated by the package can be applied to the basic design processes of CESs (Community Energy Systems).
Keywords: Community energy systems; Building energy demand; Korea; Electricity; Cooling; Heating; Hot water; Database application (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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