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Communication dans un congrès

Indoor Air-Temperature Forecast for Energy-Efficient Management in Smart Buildings

Abstract : In the last few years, the reduction of energy consumption and pollution became mandatory. It became also a common goal of many countries. Only in Europe, the building sector is responsible for the total 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 pollution. Therefore, new control policies based on the forecast of buildings energy behaviors can be developed to reduce energy waste (i.e. policies for Demand Response and Demand Side Management). This paper discusses an innovative methodology for smart building indoor air-temperature forecasting. This methodology is based on a Non-linear Autoregressive neural network. This neural network has been trained and validated with a dataset consisting of six years indoor air-temperature values of a building demonstrator. In detail, we have studied three characterizing rooms and the whole building. Experimental results of energy prediction are presented and discussed.
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Alessandro Aliberti, Francesca Maria Ugliotti, Lorenzo Bottaccioli, Giansalvo Cirrincione, Anna Osello, et al.. Indoor Air-Temperature Forecast for Energy-Efficient Management in Smart Buildings. 2018 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENT AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND 2018 IEEE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE (EEEIC / I&CPS EUROPE), Jun 2018, Palermo, Italy. ⟨hal-03631445⟩

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