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Proc. ASME. ES2021, ASME 2021 15th International Conference on Energy Sustainability, V001T15A008, June 16–18, 2021
Paper No: ES2021-63980
... paper, numerical modeling and analysis is performed using COMSOL Multiphysics to assess the performance of a thermoelectric (TE)-based radiant cooling ceiling panel on the thermal comfort in a test chamber. The system consists of a rectangular test chamber (∼ 1.2 m × 1.2 m × 1.5 m) with a ceiling panel...
Kaleb Pattawi, Prateek Munankarmi, Michael Blonsky, Jeff Maguire, Sivasathya Pradha Balamurugan, Xin Jin, Hohyun Lee
Proc. ASME. ES2021, ASME 2021 15th International Conference on Energy Sustainability, V001T08A004, June 16–18, 2021
Paper No: ES2021-64053
..., CO Golden, CO ABSTRACT Keywords: Occupant preferences; HEMS; energy efficiency; Residential buildings, accounting for 37% of the total residential buildings; cost savings; carbon footprint; thermal comfort; optimization; sensitivity analysis, demand response, electricity consumption in the United...
Proc. ASME. ES2011, ASME 2011 5th International Conference on Energy Sustainability, Parts A, B, and C, 235-242, August 7–10, 2011
Paper No: ES2011-54610
... finishes, the second one is proposed with a green roof and insulation in walls. The heat gains through the different constructive elements have been obtained, to analyze their impact on global thermal comfort and the electricity energy consumption of air cooling systems. Also, an exergy analysis has been...
Proc. ASME. ES2008, ASME 2008 2nd International Conference on Energy Sustainability, Volume 1, 659-668, August 10–14, 2008
Paper No: ES2008-54232
... 23 06 2009 In this paper, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is utilized to investigate thermal comfort and energy efficiency of an office in the Intelligent Workplace (IW) of Carnegie Mellon University. First, a comprehensive geometric grid model is constructed to represent the office...
Proc. ASME. ES2007, ASME 2007 Energy Sustainability Conference, 431-440, July 27–30, 2007
Paper No: ES2007-36030
... and its effect on the thermal comfort of the occupants; the building’s ability to harness renewable energy; and the catchwater and water reuse system. Each of these aspects is analyzed with computer models that simulate homes in four distinct climate zones to determine (a) whether the design meets...