Bulevardul Unirii 22, Bucuresti 030833, Romania
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hybridGEOTABS will be holding a Workshop
at CLIMA 2019 on 28 May 1600-1730 at the National Library of Romania:
Chair: Lieve Helsen, KULeuven
Speakers: Lieve Helsen, KULeuven; Eline Himpe, UGent; Ongun Berk Kazanci, DTU; Qian Wang, Uponor/KTH; Wim Boydens, Boydens Engineering.
Short description: HybridGEOTABS refers to the integration of GEOTABS (Geothermal heat pumps in combination with Thermally Activated Building Systems) with secondary heating and cooling systems. This technology offers huge potential to meet heating and cooling needs throughout Europe in a sustainable way, while providing a very comfortable conditioning of the indoor space. This workshop will discuss the effects of radiant heating and cooling systems on IEQ, as well as the proper design of hybridGEOTABS buildings.
Read more about the full Workshop Description
and about registering for the Workshop below:
hybridGEOTABS refers to the efficient integration of the combination of GEOTABS (Geothermal heat pumps in combination with Thermally Activated Building Systems (TABS)) and secondary heating and cooling systemsin a building. This technology offers huge potential to meet heating and cooling needs throughout Europe in a sustainable way, while providing a very comfortable conditioning of the indoor space. In this workshop the effects of radiant heating and cooling systems on Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) are discussed, as well as the design of hybridGEOTABS buildings.
In the first part of the workshop, the benefits of TABS for the IEQ in buildings are highlighted. Because TABS are most easy to apply in new buildings, a newly developed solution for existing buildings (renovation) is introduced, which is a radiant heating and cooling system with high thermal mass (using Phase Change Materials).
The second part of the workshop starts from the challenge of optimalising both the GEOTABS and the secondary heating/cooling system in hybridGEOTABS buildings, controlled by Model Predictive Control (MPC). Starting from the state-of-the-art design processes, the ongoing R&D towards a new design procedure allowing optimal integration and sizing of hybridGEOTABS is explained. These developments will lead to a holistic and easy-to-use design procedure for feasibility studies and predesign, avoiding case-by-case simulation work.
The workshop is targeting HVAC and building designers, HVAC manufacturers, researchers, teachersand engineering students.
Attendants will learn the advantages of radiant heating and cooling systemsfrom an energy and comfort perspectiveand how theseare designed in the context of the overall optimization of hybridGEOTABS systems. They will also be introduced to innovative design proceduresfor these systems.
Introduction to hybridGEOTABS project–challenges and opportunities of hybridGEOTABS buildings - Dr. Eline HIMPE, UGent Part I – Focus on hybridGEOTABS primary distribution systems
Indoor Environmental Quality benefits of radiant systems - Dr. Ongun Berk KAZANCI, DTU
TABS in hybridGEOTABS buildings - Dr. Qian WANG, Uponor/DTU
PCM ceiling panels as a renovation solution in hybridGEOTABS buildings - Dr. Ongun Berk KAZANCI, DTU Part II –Design challenges of hybridGEOTABS buildings
Innovative procedures for the optimized design of hybridGEOTABS buildings - Prof. Wim BOYDENS, Boydens Engineering