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한국생태환경건축학회|KIEAE Journal 2024년 4월

논문명 재실자 착의량 정보에 따른 열쾌적 기반 제어의 탄소배출량 분석 / Carbon Emission Analysis of Building Thermal Control based on Occupants Clothing Insulation
저자명 최은지 ; 윤지영 ; 최영재 ; 서민채 ; 문진우
발행사 한국생태환경건축학회
수록사항 KIEAE Journal, Vol.24 No.2(통권 126호) (2024-04)
페이지 시작페이지(79) 총페이지(8)
ISSN 2288-968X
주제분류 환경및설비
주제어 탄소중립; 열환경 제어; 열쾌적; 예상평균 온열감 ; Carbon Neutrality; Thermal Environment Control; Thermal Comfort; Predicted Mean Vote
요약2 Purpose: With the increasing importance of indoor thermal environments, comfort-based system control methods have been developed to create comfortable thermal conditions. However, the achievement of thermal comfort often conflicts with energy efficiency, highlighting the need for strategies that simultaneously improve comfort and reduce carbon emissions in buildings. A critical step in this process is understood to be the impact of key occupant information, particularly clothing insulation (CLO), on carbon emissions during the operation of building systems. Thus, the aim of this study is to explore the effect of CLO on the carbon emissions of these systems by being examined. Method: The impact of varying levels of CLO on energy consumption and the resultant carbon emissions was assessed using a PMV-based control approach in this research. Annual carbon emissions were evaluated through simulations, while empirical validation was conducted with actual subjects under PMV-based control in a Test-bed setting. Result: It was found that CLO significantly influences the energy usage and carbon emissions of the system. A doubling of the CLO value was observed to lead to a decrease of approximately 36% in annual carbon emissions during heating periods and an increase of around 20% during cooling periods. These results highlight the substantial effect of CLO on carbon emission fluctuations and emphasize the importance of accurate CLO data being acknowledged. Furthermore, it is anticipated that these results can be utilized for establishing optimal control strategies for achieving both thermal comfort and carbon reduction simultaneously during the building operation phase.
소장처 한국생태환경건축학회
언어 한국어
DOI http://doi.org/10.12813/kieae.2024.24.2.079