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Comparaison de modèles linéaires inverses pour la mise en place de stratégies d’effacement

Abstract : One way to predict the behavior of a building is to use an inverse model, identified from energy data measured on site. The inverse models are adaptive, faster to execute and easier to configure than detailed building models. The objective of this study is to select an inverse model suitable to implement heating load shedding. A linear "black box" model (state space model) is compared to a simplified “grey box” physical model. The results show that the selected “grey box” model has the same performance as a black box model for heating load prediction, and is more accurate for predicting indoor temperature and to represent load shedding strategies. Moreover, unlike the "black box", it allows to set up scenarios imposing a limit of heating power.
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Thomas Berthou, Pascal Stabat, Raphael Salvazet, Dominique Marchio. Comparaison de modèles linéaires inverses pour la mise en place de stratégies d’effacement . XXXe Rencontres AUGC-IBPSA , Jun 2012, Chambéry, France. ⟨hal-01463280⟩

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