[Bldg-sim] building indoor temperature and humidity prediction

Daniel Ruepp daniel at ruepp.at
Mon Mar 5 12:55:33 PST 2018

Hey there,


IDA ICE is the best choice, no matter what type of building, which variable you want to analyze or what kind of components and controls you need.





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Von: Bldg-sim [mailto:bldg-sim-bounces at lists.onebuilding.org] Im Auftrag von Nicholas Caton via Bldg-sim
Gesendet: Montag, 5. März 2018 19:25
An: Ibrahim NEYA <ibrahim.neyapro at gmail.com>
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Betreff: Re: [Bldg-sim] building indoor temperature and humidity prediction


Hello Ibrahim,


If it’s an existing/built building, you’ll want to acquire a quantity of these to measure directly:  http://www.onsetcomp.com/products/data-loggers/ux100-003.  Very useful for objectively quantifying occupant comfort issues and operation/malfunctions of building or space-level humidity controls, which can then support energy savings/costs associated with correcting those kinds of issues.


If it’s a new building or else only on paper at the moment, any number of energy simulation software can report temperature and RH of airstreams at a system or zonal resolution.  eQuest/doe2 is among them, however I’m inclined to suggest/request you to be more specific about your purpose and end-goals, supplemented with any existing building simulation experience/skillsets.  eQuest comes with a definite learning curve before it’s outputs can be leveraged with confidence, and there might be software more purpose-built options appropriate to your task(s) at hand that I or others could suggest.





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Subject: [Bldg-sim] building indoor temperature and humidity prediction


Hi everybody,

Please, could someone help me to find a software that can predict the indoor temperature and humidity of a building?

Thank you very much for your help




NEYA Ibrahim

Ingénieur en Génie Electrique et Énergétique


Tél : 00226 61 85 77 07

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