Creating common exercises for modelling building and district energy systems: lessons learnt from the IBPSA Project 1 - DESTEST

Hicham Johra*, Tohid Jafarinejad, Arash Erfani Beyzaee, Hauke Hirsch, Clemens Felsmann, Dirk Saelens

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The District Energy Simulation Test (DESTEST) is a series of common exercises about modelling building stocks and district heating networks aiming at testing, benchmarking and verifying different urban-scale energy system simulation tools. For each common exercise, participants are modelling a case with well-defined characteristics, grid topology and boundary conditions. The DESTEST allows participants to discuss common mistakes and pitfalls and define guidelines from the experience and feedback. These common exercises can also be used for training purposes. This article discusses the development process of these common modelling exercises and presents the main lessons learnt during the creation of the DESTEST.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelE3S Web Conf. Volume 362, 2022, BuildSim Nordic 2022 - Conference Proceedings
Vol/bind362
Publikationsdato7 dec. 2022
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 7 dec. 2022
BegivenhedBuildSim Nordic Conference 2022 - Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Danmark
Varighed: 22 aug. 202223 aug. 2022

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KonferenceBuildSim Nordic Conference 2022
LokationCopenhagen
Land/OmrådeDanmark
ByCopenhagen
Periode22/08/202223/08/2022

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