Hardware-in-the-Loop Modeling and Simulation Methods for Daylight Systems in Buildings.

11 November 2017

Abstract

This thesis reports on work in the exciting and highly important field of building performance simulation [61]. This field examines how buildings operate, with the ultimate goal of designing and constructing better buildings for both occupants and the planet. This thesis presents research done on daylighting within buildings [128]. Beginning in this chapter, engineering research in general is introduced, with a specific outline of motivation as to why this particular work was conducted. Further, an outline of the thesis, as well as a specific list of its contributions are provided. In chapter 2, a more domain specific introduction to the field of daylighting is given with respect to the terminology introduced here

Citation

Mead, A.R., 2017. Hardware-in-the-Loop Modeling and Simulation Methods for Daylight Systems in Buildings (Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Berkeley).

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