This 10th webinar was focus on building energy performance calculations for non-residential buildings. At this webinar we demonstrated how the EPB standards enable to deal with various types of buildings and systems, taking in to account different conditions of use (EN 16798-1) and different control strategies, for different climates.
The goal of these example calculations is to demonstrate:
- the functionality (the calculation works all together on practical cases, available features to describe energy properties of buildings and HVAC installations)
- the sensitivity (impact of single data or group of data on selected calculation results), and
- the usability (clear data input; description of practical system configurations, useful results and avoiding unnecessary input complexity)
of individual calculation modules and of the whole building calculation procedure.
The calculations are performed for the most representative building types, technologies and climates.
- General introduction by Giulia LEGHISSA, Scientific communication at Eurac Research (BuildUp Editorial Board)
- Brief introduction by Jaap HOGELING, Chairperson CEN/TC 371, Energy Performance of Buildings project group, European Committee for Standardization (CEN)
- Specific features of the calculation of energy needs for heating and cooling for non-residential buildings, by Dick VAN DIJK, EPB expert, EPB Center
- Integrated application of the EPB standards on energy needs, ventilation and air heating and cooling; demonstration, by Gerhard ZWEIFEL, EPB expert, Professor emeritus Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
- From component to overall energy performance – the modular approach, by Laurent SOCAL, independent EPB expert
- Moderated Q&A by Giulia LEGHISSA
Series of webinars on the EPB standards
This webinar series is jointly organized by BUILD UP and EPB Center’s experts under the scope of Service Contract ENER/C3/2017-437/SI2-785.185 “Support the dissemination and roll-out of the set of Energy Performance of Buildings standards developed under EC Mandate M/480” (duration September 2018 - September 2021).