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Useful energy transfer in air-to-air heat recovery units in partly heated low energy buildings

Willem Faes UGent, Hugo Monteyne UGent, Michel De Paepe UGent and Jelle Laverge UGent (2017) Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference. p.2701-2707
abstract
In this study, the performance of ventilation systems with heat recovery in residential buildings with a low energy demand for heating was evaluated. In a completely heated building, the percentage of useful recovered heat will be equal to the nominal effectiveness of the heat exchanger. In the case some rooms are not heated, they will still receive preheated air. This part of the recovered heat will not directly increase comfort, so it does not completely contribute to the energy savings of the building. Simulations were done with TRNSYS to assess the percentage of usefully recovered heat. This value was found to be lower than the nominal effectiveness, but varying with several parameters.
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organization
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publication status
published
subject
keyword
Ventilation, Energy recovery
in
Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference
editor
Charles S Barnaby and Michael Wetter
pages
7 pages
conference name
Building Simulation 2017
conference organizer
IBPSA
conference location
San Francisco
conference start
2017-08-07
conference end
2017-08-09
ISSN
2522-2708
ISBN
978-1-7750520-0-5
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
C1
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id
8550254
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8550254
date created
2018-02-15 08:32:11
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2018-05-15 12:36:20
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  abstract     = {In this study, the performance of ventilation systems with heat recovery in residential buildings with a low energy demand for heating was evaluated. In a completely heated building, the percentage of useful recovered heat will be equal to the nominal effectiveness of the heat exchanger. In the case some rooms are not heated, they will still receive preheated air. This part of the recovered heat will not directly increase comfort, so it does not completely contribute to the energy savings of the building. Simulations were done with TRNSYS to assess the percentage of usefully recovered heat. This value was found to be lower than the nominal effectiveness, but varying with several parameters.},
  author       = {Faes, Willem and Monteyne, Hugo and De Paepe, Michel and Laverge, Jelle},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference},
  editor       = {Barnaby, Charles S and Wetter, Michael},
  isbn         = {978-1-7750520-0-5},
  issn         = {2522-2708},
  keyword      = {Ventilation,Energy recovery},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {San Francisco},
  pages        = {2701--2707},
  title        = {Useful energy transfer in air-to-air heat recovery units in partly heated low energy buildings},
  year         = {2017},
}

Chicago
Faes, Willem, Hugo Monteyne, Michel De Paepe, and Jelle Laverge. 2017. “Useful Energy Transfer in Air-to-air Heat Recovery Units in Partly Heated Low Energy Buildings.” In Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference, ed. Charles S Barnaby and Michael Wetter, 2701–2707.
APA
Faes, W., Monteyne, H., De Paepe, M., & Laverge, J. (2017). Useful energy transfer in air-to-air heat recovery units in partly heated low energy buildings. In C. S. Barnaby & M. Wetter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference (pp. 2701–2707). Presented at the Building Simulation 2017.
Vancouver
1.
Faes W, Monteyne H, De Paepe M, Laverge J. Useful energy transfer in air-to-air heat recovery units in partly heated low energy buildings. In: Barnaby CS, Wetter M, editors. Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference. 2017. p. 2701–7.
MLA
Faes, Willem, Hugo Monteyne, Michel De Paepe, et al. “Useful Energy Transfer in Air-to-air Heat Recovery Units in Partly Heated Low Energy Buildings.” Proceedings of the 15th IBPSA Conference. Ed. Charles S Barnaby & Michael Wetter. 2017. 2701–2707. Print.