URBAN BUILDING ENERGY MODELING – METHOD AND SCENARIO CASE STUDY SCHALLMOOS

Peter Josef Nageler, Richard Heimrath, Thomas Mach, Oskar Mair am Tinkhof, Ingrid Schardinger, Franz Mauthner, Hermann Schranzhofer, Christoph Hochenauer

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Abstract

Dynamic thermal modeling has been gaining increasing importance in the context of the transformation of existing energy systems into smart energy systems because of growing environmental consciousness and urbanization. This study presents a validated method for fully automated building modeling within urban districts, which is applied to a case study concerning the city district Schallmoos in Salzburg (Austria). Based on the current status, several realistic future scenarios for the years 2025 and 2050 are created and compared with the status quo, regarding heat requirement, heating load as well as the CO2 equivalent emissions by energy carriers.
Originalspracheenglisch
Seiten34-41
Seitenumfang8
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 4 Okt 2018
VeranstaltungInternational Sustainable Energy Conference 2018 - Congress Graz, Graz, Österreich
Dauer: 3 Okt 20185 Okt 2018
https://www.aee-intec-events.org/isec2018

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KonferenzInternational Sustainable Energy Conference 2018
KurztitelISEC 2018
LandÖsterreich
OrtGraz
Zeitraum3/10/185/10/18
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    Nageler, P. J., Heimrath, R., Mach, T., Mair am Tinkhof, O., Schardinger, I., Mauthner, F., ... Hochenauer, C. (2018). URBAN BUILDING ENERGY MODELING – METHOD AND SCENARIO CASE STUDY SCHALLMOOS. 34-41. Beitrag in International Sustainable Energy Conference 2018, Graz, Österreich.

    URBAN BUILDING ENERGY MODELING – METHOD AND SCENARIO CASE STUDY SCHALLMOOS. / Nageler, Peter Josef; Heimrath, Richard; Mach, Thomas; Mair am Tinkhof, Oskar; Schardinger, Ingrid ; Mauthner, Franz; Schranzhofer, Hermann; Hochenauer, Christoph.

    2018. 34-41 Beitrag in International Sustainable Energy Conference 2018, Graz, Österreich.

    Publikation: KonferenzbeitragPaperForschung

    Nageler, PJ, Heimrath, R, Mach, T, Mair am Tinkhof, O, Schardinger, I, Mauthner, F, Schranzhofer, H & Hochenauer, C 2018, 'URBAN BUILDING ENERGY MODELING – METHOD AND SCENARIO CASE STUDY SCHALLMOOS' Beitrag in International Sustainable Energy Conference 2018, Graz, Österreich, 3/10/18 - 5/10/18, S. 34-41.
    Nageler PJ, Heimrath R, Mach T, Mair am Tinkhof O, Schardinger I, Mauthner F et al. URBAN BUILDING ENERGY MODELING – METHOD AND SCENARIO CASE STUDY SCHALLMOOS. 2018. Beitrag in International Sustainable Energy Conference 2018, Graz, Österreich.
    Nageler, Peter Josef ; Heimrath, Richard ; Mach, Thomas ; Mair am Tinkhof, Oskar ; Schardinger, Ingrid ; Mauthner, Franz ; Schranzhofer, Hermann ; Hochenauer, Christoph. / URBAN BUILDING ENERGY MODELING – METHOD AND SCENARIO CASE STUDY SCHALLMOOS. Beitrag in International Sustainable Energy Conference 2018, Graz, Österreich.8 S.
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