A method of formulating energy load profile for domestic buildings in the UK
Yao, R. and Steemers, K. (2005) A method of formulating energy load profile for domestic buildings in the UK. International Journal of Energy and Building, 37 (6). pp. 663-671. ISSN 0378-7788
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2004.09.007
There are varieties of physical and behavioral factors to determine energy demand load profile. The attainment of the optimum mix of measures and renewable energy system deployment requires a simple method suitable for using at the early design stage. A simple method of formulating load profile (SMLP) for UK domestic buildings has been presented in this paper. Domestic space heating load profile for different types of houses have been produced using thermal dynamic model which has been developed using thermal resistant network method. The daily breakdown energy demand load profile of appliance, domestic hot water and space heating can be predicted using this method. The method can produce daily load profile from individual house to urban community. It is suitable to be used at Renewable energy system strategic design stage.
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