Feasibility model of urban residential buildings with zero-energy-consuming using solar energy sources based on Laplace transformation Online publication date: Thu, 12-Nov-2020
by Li Wang; Ge Cao
International Journal of Global Energy Issues (IJGEI), Vol. 42, No. 5/6, 2020
Abstract: In order to overcome the problems of low energy-saving rate and high net energy consumption existing in the urban residential zero-energy building feasibility model, this paper proposes a new solar source urban residential zero-energy building feasibility model based on Laplace transform method. The Laplacian transform of the energy-saving design parameters of the solar energy source urban residential zero-energy building is used to build a feasibility model of the urban residential zero-energy building. The feasibility parameters of the urban residential zero-energy building are calculated based on the feasibility model, and consumption of building feasibility. The experimental results show that the feasibility model of urban residential zero-energy building construction greatly improves the energy saving rate, the highest energy saving rate can reach 93%, the net energy consumption is reduced, and the minimum energy consumption is only 80 kg/t.
Online publication date: Thu, 12-Nov-2020
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