The Human Dimension of Building Energy Performance By: AICARR
This Research Topic welcomes all article types on the effects of human factors on building energy performance, with a special focus on innovative design, systems and/or control domains that can enhance a building’s energy sustainability consistently with its indoor environmental quality.
7.03 Data entry to the LIDER and Calener VyP programs (Spanish official program to certify)By: ATECYR
This document was created to help users of the LIDER and CALENER VyP programs in their work to verify compliance with the CTE-HE1 and in the Energy Certification of new buildings, regulated under Royal Decree 47/2007
This guidebook helps potential users of CALENER GT program on their work of certification of tertiary buildings
7.05 Calculation of thermal loadsBy: ATECYR
This document specifies how to calculate the building thermal loads. It uses the calculation methodology of the "Temporary Radiant Series Method" recommended by ASHRAE for the calculation of loads. The calculation is accurate for both summer and winter conditions to maintain user specified internal conditions.
7.06 Simplified procedures for the certification of new dwellings(Spanish official program to certify)By: ATECYR
In this guidebook, the different methods to certify new residential buildings are analyzed. These methods use a simplified calculation for both energy demand and energy consumption. It identifies the methods employed by the programs: Ce1, Ce2, CES and CERMA, whose procedures and characteristics are described
7.07 BIM Methodology in Air ConditioningBy: ATECYR
The BIM methodology allows to optimize resources and costs dedicated to the elaboration and execution of building projects. This guidebook shows from different points of view, the challenges founded on this new technology which will be an opportunity to generate added value in building projects.
CIBSE Guide B1: Heating (2016)By: CIBSE
Includes hot water systems and an appendix on hydronic systems, which is also applicable to chilled water systems