Optical and thermal performance of complex fenestration systems in the context of building information modelling

Abstract : The energy efficiency of the building occupies an important place in construction projects. The facade plays a key role in determining the performance of the building. Complex fenestration systems (CFS) are therefore generally used to improve its efficiency. The facade's performance evaluation usually includes energy consumption, natural lighting, visual and thermal comfort aspects in order to choose the optimal CFS. Recent efforts have focused on using rich models such as Building Information Modeling (BIM). These models provide an opportunity for automation and cost savings. Several CFS models could easily be compared to optimize the building's performance. In this thesis, we present a methodology to transform the architectural model of the BIM into a Building Energy Model compatible with several simulation software. We also present optical and thermal models compatible with BIM. These models are validated by comparison with experimental data and current standards.
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Marouane Boudhaim. Optical and thermal performance of complex fenestration systems in the context of building information modelling. Civil Engineering. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAD032⟩. ⟨tel-02164735⟩

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