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hybridGEOTABS project : MPC for controlling the power of the ground by integration

(2018) REHVA JOURNAL. 55(3). p.58-64
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  • MPC-. GT (Model Predictive Control and Innovative System Integration of GEOTABS in Hybrid Low Grade Thermal Energy Systems - Hybrid MPC GEOTABS)
Abstract
GEOTABS is an acronym for a GEOthermal heat pump combined with a Thermally Activated Building System (TABS). GEOTABS combines the use of geothermal energy, which is an almost limitless and ubiquitous energy source, with radiant heating and cooling systems, which can provide very comfortable conditioning of the indoor space. GEOTABShybrid refers to the integration of GEOTABS with secondary heating and cooling systems and other renewable and residual energy sources (R2ES), offering a huge potential to meet heating and cooling needs in office buildings, elderly care homes, schools and multi-family buildings throughout Europe in a sustainable way. Through the use of Model Predictive Control (MPC), a new control-integrated building design procedure and a readily applicable commercial system solution in GEOTABShybrid, the overall efficiency of heating and cooling will be significantly improved in comparison to current best practice GEOTABS systems and its competitiveness will be strengthened. The present paper is the first of a series that first introduces the hybridGEOTABS project and then specifically focuses on the control-related aspects of the hybridGEOTABS solution, the MPC, providing some interesting insights of its potential development.
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hybridGEOTABS, geothermal heat pump, TABS, MPC, integrated solution, H2020, EU

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MLA
Jorissen, Filip, et al. “HybridGEOTABS Project : MPC for Controlling the Power of the Ground by Integration.” REHVA JOURNAL, edited by Jaap Hogeling, vol. 55, no. 3, TEKNİK SEKTÖR YAYINCILIĞI A.Ş., 2018, pp. 58–64.
APA
Jorissen, F., Himpe, E., Picard, D., Buso, T., Laverge, J., Boydens, W., & Helsen, L. (2018). hybridGEOTABS project : MPC for controlling the power of the ground by integration. REHVA JOURNAL, 55(3), 58–64.
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Jorissen, Filip, Eline Himpe, Damien Picard, Tiziana Buso, Jelle Laverge, Wim Boydens, and Lieve Helsen. 2018. “HybridGEOTABS Project : MPC for Controlling the Power of the Ground by Integration.” Edited by Jaap Hogeling. REHVA JOURNAL 55 (3): 58–64.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Jorissen, Filip, Eline Himpe, Damien Picard, Tiziana Buso, Jelle Laverge, Wim Boydens, and Lieve Helsen. 2018. “HybridGEOTABS Project : MPC for Controlling the Power of the Ground by Integration.” Ed by. Jaap Hogeling. REHVA JOURNAL 55 (3): 58–64.
Vancouver
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Jorissen F, Himpe E, Picard D, Buso T, Laverge J, Boydens W, et al. hybridGEOTABS project : MPC for controlling the power of the ground by integration. Hogeling J, editor. REHVA JOURNAL. 2018;55(3):58–64.
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F. Jorissen et al., “hybridGEOTABS project : MPC for controlling the power of the ground by integration,” REHVA JOURNAL, vol. 55, no. 3, pp. 58–64, 2018.
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