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BUILDING DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS USING STATE-SPACE METHOD

WEISMANOVÁ, J. KAZKAZ, M.

Originální název

BUILDING DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS USING STATE-SPACE METHOD

Anglický název

BUILDING DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS USING STATE-SPACE METHOD

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Mathematical description of a linear dynamic system can be obtained in various ways. Theoretical models are desirable when basic physical laws of nature are known that describes the relationship between inputs and outputs, mostly in terms of differential equations. If this is not the case, an approximate dynamic characterization may be received from statistical analysis of experimental data. The paper describes techniques used in building thermal simulations, with particular focus on state-space models. If excited by real meteorological conditions, momentaneous temperature variations in an enclosure could be done that are prerequisites for analysis of long-term heating loads, particularly if the model is exploited as a part of the advanced control system.

Anglický abstrakt

Mathematical description of a linear dynamic system can be obtained in various ways. Theoretical models are desirable when basic physical laws of nature are known that describes the relationship between inputs and outputs, mostly in terms of differential equations. If this is not the case, an approximate dynamic characterization may be received from statistical analysis of experimental data. The paper describes techniques used in building thermal simulations, with particular focus on state-space models. If excited by real meteorological conditions, momentaneous temperature variations in an enclosure could be done that are prerequisites for analysis of long-term heating loads, particularly if the model is exploited as a part of the advanced control system.

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@inproceedings{BUT95980,
  author="Júlia {Weismanová} and Mohammad {Kazkaz}",
  title="BUILDING DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS USING STATE-SPACE METHOD",
  annote="Mathematical description of a linear dynamic system can be obtained in various ways. Theoretical models are desirable when basic physical laws of nature are known that describes the relationship between inputs and outputs, mostly in terms of differential equations. If this is not the case, an approximate dynamic characterization may be received from statistical analysis of experimental data. The paper describes techniques used in building thermal simulations, with particular focus on state-space models. If excited by real meteorological conditions, momentaneous temperature variations in an enclosure could be done that are prerequisites for analysis of long-term heating loads, particularly if the model is exploited as a part of the advanced control system.",
  address="MAGNANIMITAS",
  booktitle="Sborník příspěvků Mezinárodní Masarykovy konference pro doktorandy a mladé vědecké pracovníky 2012",
  chapter="95980",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="MAGNANIMITAS",
  year="2012",
  month="december",
  pages="2878--2884",
  publisher="MAGNANIMITAS",
  type="conference paper"
}