Thermally activated building systems (TABS): Energy efficiency as a function of control strategy, hydronic circuit topology and (cold) generation system

@inproceedings{Lehmann2011ThermallyAB,
  title={Thermally activated building systems (TABS): Energy efficiency as a function of control strategy, hydronic circuit topology and (cold) generation system},
  author={Benedikt Lehmann and Viktor Dorer and Markus Gwerder and Franz Renggli and J{\"u}rg T{\"o}dtli},
  year={2011}
}
By integrating the building structure as thermal energy storage into the building services concept, thermally activated building systems (TABS) have proven to be economically viable for the heating and cooling of buildings. Having already developed an integrated design method and various control concepts in the past, in the present paper the impact of different aspects of TABS regarding the energetic performance of such systems is analyzed. Based on a simulation case study for a typical Central… CONTINUE READING

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