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Implementation of ISO/DIS 52016-3 for adaptive façades: A case study of an office building
Norouziasas, Alireza; Tabadkani, Amir; Rahif, Ramin et al.
2023In Building and Environment, p. 110195
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Keywords :
Dynamic shading; Energy performance; Control strategy; Venetian blinds; Roller blinds; Temperate climate
Abstract :
[en] Adaptive building envelope technologies can increase the energy efficiency of buildings. Adaptive facades can be controlled automatically and respond to environmental changes. There is no standard method for evaluating control strategies for adaptive façade elements, particularly for dynamic shadings. Therefore, the ISO/DIS 52016–3 recommended different default control strategies to compare the energy use of various building variants. ISO/DIS 52016–3 presents the procedures for considering the effect of adaptive building envelope elements in calculating the energy needs for heating, cooling, internal temperatures, and sensible and latent heat loads. This paper presents a comprehensive study of the impacts of the newly published ISO/DIS 52016–3 on energy performances and thermal comfort in office buildings with adaptive facades. The simulations were performed for an office room in Brussels with four scenarios: no shading and fixed shading (fixed horizontal louvers) with static control, external roller blinds, and Venetian blinds employing automatic control strategies suggested by ISO/DIS 52016–3. Energy Management Systems (EMS) as a user-customized coding plugin in EnergyPlus was utilized for the implementation of each control strategy algorithm. The findings indicated that in the case of roller blinds, the energy performance of the selected office was improved by 19.47% compared to the fixed shading. This study shows that the chosen roller blinds performed the best in decreasing the annual cooling loads with a value of 63.9%, 44.12%, and 8.2% compared to scenarios of no shading, fixed shading, and Venetian blind, respectively. Furthermore, the results showed that the fixed shading would occasionally outperform automated Venetian blinds.
Research center :
SBD Lab
Disciplines :
Architecture
Author, co-author :
Norouziasas, Alireza 
Tabadkani, Amir 
Rahif, Ramin  ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Urban and Environmental Engineering
Amer, Mohamed ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département ArGEnCo > Techniques de construction des bâtiments
van Dijk, Dick
Lamy, Hervé
Attia, Shady  ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département ArGEnCo > Techniques de construction des bâtiments
Language :
English
Title :
Implementation of ISO/DIS 52016-3 for adaptive façades: A case study of an office building
Publication date :
March 2023
Journal title :
Building and Environment
ISSN :
0360-1323
eISSN :
1873-684X
Publisher :
Elsevier BV
Pages :
110195
Peer reviewed :
Peer Reviewed verified by ORBi
Development Goals :
11. Sustainable cities and communities
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