مدل خانه مجهول برای تجزیه و تحلیل کمی و کیفی و سیستم هوشمند آن
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|5582||2012||12 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||محاسبه نشده|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Energy and Buildings, Volume 50, July 2012, Pages 7–18
The Passive House, along with models of its composite parts, has been developed globally. Simulation tools analyze its energy use, comfort, micro-climate, quality of life and esthetics as well as its technical, economic, legal/regulatory, educational and innovative aspects. Meanwhile the social, cultural, ethical, psychological, emotional, religious and ethnic aspects operating over the course of the existence of a Passive House are given minimal attention or are ignored entirely. However, all the aspects mentioned must be analyzed in an integrated manner during the time a Passive House is in existence. The authors of this article implemented this goal while they participated in two Intelligent Energy Europe programs, the NorthPass and the IDES-EDU projects. The Passive House model for quantitative and qualitative analyses and its intelligent system was developed during the time of these projects. The model and intelligent system are briefly described in this article, which ends with a case study.
Various models of a Passive House or its composite parts are being developed globally at the micro, meso and macro levels. Such models include the ground heat exchanger , heating system , heating model of the active solar heating system , earth-contact building structures , a regression model of energy efficiency , a computational fluid dynamics model  and others. Furthermore scientists and practitioners from various countries are developing simulation tools for a Passive House and its composite parts. Such simulation tools include dynamic simulation software , computer-aided design tool for passive solar systems , simulation software for zero energy building design , design of low energy buildings , optimization tools BEopt and EGUSA  and others. The aforementioned models and simulation tools for Passive Houses and their composite parts analyze their energetic, technical, technological, economic, legal/regulatory, innovative and microclimatic aspects. However, the social, cultural, ethical, psychological, emotional, religious and ethnic aspects of the Passive House during the process of its existence are generally paid no attention at all. It is necessary to analyze the life cycle of the Passive House comprehensively on the basis of the aforementioned system of criteria to achieve an integrated examination of a Passive House life cycle. The authors of this article developed the Passive House model for quantitative and qualitative analyses and its intelligent system while participating in two Intelligent Energy Europe Program projects: “Promotion of the Passive House Concept to the North European Building Market” (NorthPass) and “Master and Post Graduate education and training in multidisciplinary teams implementing EPBD and beyond” (IDES-EDU). The developed intelligent system additionally provides opportunities for designing hundreds of thousands of Passive House alternatives, selecting the most effective ones and establishing the market value of each alternative. The structure of this paper is as follows: Section 2, which follows this introduction, describes the Passive House model for quantitative and qualitative analyses. Section 3 analyses the Passive House intelligent, design system. Section 4 contains a case study. Certain concluding remarks appear in Section 5.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
For a broader application of the Passive House in the practice of various countries, more attention needs to be paid to social, cultural, ethic, psychological, emotional and ethnic aspects over the process of the existence of the Passive House which, until now, have generally been ignored or discussed minimally. The socio-cultural aspect of how self-expression values influence the spread of the Passive House in different countries was discussed in this article. The authors of this article developed the Passive House model for quantitative and qualitative analyses and the Passive House intelligent design system over the course of two Intelligent Energy Europe Programs, the NorthPass and the IDES-EDU projects. The model and system are briefly described in this article.