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Modelling London’s building stock and its associated energy use

16 January, 2019

Modelling London’s building stock and its associated energy use

Paul Anthony Ruyssevelt

Stephen Evans

Philip Steadman

Rob Liddiard

Research paper   Buildings & Energy

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Paul Ruyssevelt, Stephen Evans, Philip Steadman and Rob Liddiard

Session learning objectives:

  • Provide an overview of Urban Building Energy Model (UBEM) techniques and data sources
  • Describe the use of regional building modeling as a forecasting tool

Demonstrate the ability of 3D mapping techniques to provide wide‐area geometrical information over urban and foliated scenes with evaluation of critical infrastructure (e.g. power line damage and flooding)

Describe an approach for community‐scale modeling using detailed whole‐ building energy models with use cases for district system optimization

Publication details

Ruyssevelt, P.A., Evans, S., Steadman, P., Godoy-Shimizu, D., Liddiard, R. and Humphreys, D. 2019. Modelling London’s building stock and its associated energy use (pdf, 30 pages, 4.8 MB. Opens in new tab). ASHRAE Winter Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 14–16 January 2019.

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