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Experience on Commissioning of Heating/Cooling System and Thermal/Air Quality Environment
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This paper discusses how the commissioning process should be and the related problems, through a case study of a residential house. The items to be commissioned, measurement methods and the commissioning results are shown. Through the commissioning process, the problems pertaining to residential houses, such as the measurement problems, are clarified and the importance of commissioning established. Development of a simple and appropriate measuring method, monitoring of energy consumption and the verification of that value based on a standard value, enhancement of the resident's interest in the indoor environment and energy consumption and attention to their life style require future study.
Hokoi, S.; Miura, H.; Huang, Y.; Nakahara, N.; Iwamae, A. (2004). Experience on Commissioning of Heating/Cooling System and Thermal/Air Quality Environment. Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu); Texas A&M University (http://www.tamu.edu). Available electronically from