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using an automated method based on publicly available data. In contrast, the virtual urban development area is investigated using a co-simulation framework with three dynamic simulation tools: IDA Indoor Climate and Energy for buildings (256 thermal zones and 29 heating systems), TRNSYS for the energy
supply unit and Dymola/Modelica for the district heating network. The in ﬂuence of co-simulation on the accuracy and on the computation time are investigated. The major ﬁnding of this study is that the computation time can be signiﬁcantly reduced by decoupling methods.
- Dynamic urban energy simulation
- Co-simulation IDA ICE/BCVTB
- Model decoupling
- Variable simulation timestep
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6 Oct 2020 → 7 Oct 2020
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