Modeling and Simulation for Enhanced Daylight Performance

Chair: Mitsuhiro Udagawa, Prof. emer. Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan

Optimised solar shading control systems for passive houses in cold climates
  • Dynamic simulation of indoor environment and energy use including optimised solar shading control systems
  • Energy optimisation using optimised solar shading control systems
  • Passive houses in Norway

Søren Gedsø, Dep. of Indoor Environment and Energy Use, Erichsen & Horgen, Oslo, Norway

Measurement method for solar heat gain coefficient of high-performance façades using small solar spectroradiometers
  • Solar spectrum distribution and measurement range for small spectroradiometers
  • Measurement method for SHGC using small solar spectroradiometers
  • Measurement results of glass samples and field measurements of double-skin façades

Takefumi Yokota, Nikken Sekkei Ltd, Tokyo, Japan

Geometric focalization of sun rays in residential building applications
  • Building simulation analysis
  • Physical model evaluation
  • Architectural integration of the energy reflectors

Alexandra Saranti, Technical University of Crete, Polytechneioupolis, Chania, Greece

Comparing the efficiency of solar shading devices in reducing building cooling needs
  • BSDF characterisation of solar screen optical properties
  • Integration of BSDF into thermal simulations software
  • Characterisation of common solar shading devices

Olivier Dartevelle, Architecture et Climat, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Modelling of an anidolique daylight system
  • Interaction between light-shelves and complex ceiling forms
  • Energy, daylighting and glare interaction in an office room with shading devices
  • Shading devices for enhanced daylight control

Daich Safa, Dep. of Architecture, University of Mohamed Khider, Biskra, Algeria

17:45 End of Conference Day 1