Thermal Modelling For The Implementation Of An Energetic Efficiency Control System In A Room Of Meetings Of Singular Geometry

M. Martínez, V. Fuster, J. Fernández, and I. Benítez
Instituto Tecnológico de la Energía (ITE), Paterna, Valencia, Spain

The aim of this Project is to obtain a temporary and spatial evolution model of the temperature into a meeting room with the aim to develop an efficient energy mechanism which can improve the air conditioner control system. The project has considered two extremes cases: on the one hand a typical summer day and on the other hand a winter day. From annual data of the Institute weather station a representative irradiance values have been obtained: an average of June and July months for summer and an average of December and January months for winter. However due the external faces orientation the solar radiation values will vary for each one of them. To analyze the air conditioning control system improvement, the Finite Element technique has been used by means of COMSOL Multiphysics. To define the irradiance variable a mathematic estimation, polynomial class, has been developed using the irradiance data stored in the Institute weather station.