Linking the Comis Multi-zone Airflow Model with the Energyplus Building Energy Simulation Program

@inproceedings{Winkelmann1999LinkingTC,
  title={Linking the Comis Multi-zone Airflow Model with the Energyplus Building Energy Simulation Program},
  author={F. C. Winkelmann and Fred Buhl and Curtis O. Pedersen and Daniel E. Fisher and Richard Liesen and Russell D. Taylor and Richard Strand and Drury B. Crawley},
  year={1999}
}
This paper describes an effort to link the COMIS 3.0 multi-zone airflow model with the EnergyPlus building energy simulation program. COMIS 3.0 is a network-based multi-zone airflow model developed by a multinational team in the framework of International Energy Agency’s Annex 23 for simulating airflows through the building fabric due to infilt ration or natural ventilation, and from zone to zone, as well as the interactions of the HVAC system, ducts, and exhaust hoods and fans. EnergyPlus is a… CONTINUE READING

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