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Title: Using Occupant-Centric Control for Commercial HVAC Systems
Authors: Gunay, Burak
Nagy, Zoltan
Miller, Clayton 
Ouf, Mohamed
Dong, Bing 
Keywords: Science & Technology
Physical Sciences
Technology
Thermodynamics
Construction & Building Technology
Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering
BUILDINGS
COMFORT
Issue Date: 1-May-2021
Publisher: AMER SOC HEATING REFRIGERATING AIR-CONDITIONING ENG, INC,
Citation: Gunay, Burak, Nagy, Zoltan, Miller, Clayton, Ouf, Mohamed, Dong, Bing (2021-05-01). Using Occupant-Centric Control for Commercial HVAC Systems. ASHRAE JOURNAL 63 (5) : 30-40. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Occupant-centric controls (OCC) are defined in a new position paper1 as an indoor climate control approach whereby occupancy and occupant comfort information are used in the sequences of operation of building energy systems. In addition to basic OCC techniques that have been adopted by building codes,2,3 more advanced algorithms have been implemented to reduce energy use and cost and to improve occupant comfort and indoor environmental quality (IEQ). Commercial solutions tailored for OCC applications also have begun to emerge. This article categorizes information available for OCC implementations into six information grades (IGs) formed by three levels for occupant data and two for spatial resolution.
Source Title: ASHRAE JOURNAL
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/229413
ISSN: 00012491
19436637
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