This project is a component of the' Viable integrated systems for zero carbon housing' research project. It will monitor and model the energy and thermal performance of the CSR house. The verified model will be used to explore possible changes to the building envelope and identify issues specific to high performance housing that will allow further performance improvement. The project will also investigate the costs associated with improved technical performance, exploring the technical and economic viability of low energy housing for Australia.
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RP1010: Monitoring and Modelling the CSR Low Energy House
Publications related to this project
Thermal modelling of buildings typically involves the use of software programs that are highly accurate but complex. As such many users do not have a good “feel” for how heat flows in and out of a building. The simplest type of manual calculation method is a steady state model which allows some...
Student Poster – Participants Annual Forum 2015 – Zichao Meng
Monitoring and modelling the CSR low energy house
Research Snapshot A3 size poster from Participants Annual Forum 2014
Student Poster - Participants Annual Forum 2014, Zichao Meng - Size A2