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The Establishment and Experimental Investigation of Energy Consumption Classification Index of Hotel Buildings in Taiwan

Due to the economic booms, power demand has been increasing significantly in Taiwan, and become the main cause for power shortages. Therefore, building energy conservation has become the major strategy in cope with the national energy policy.
However, the building energy code has provided only a flat threshold value for specific building type, and lacking of diversity among building sizes and various weather conditions. It is the goal of this study to further classify this threshold value, by conducting full-scale experiment on energy consumption in hotel buildings across the country.
Among the 29 hotel buildings selected ,the EUI and DUI values were measured and recorded annually, and compared with the DOE 2.2 simulation results. The comparative study further analyzed the primary factors in affecting the EUI and DUI values, including weather conditions, building sizes, such as floor area, and hotel rankings. The detailed classification of the hotel building energy consumption threshold values can be adapted as effective design criteria or building energy codes and standards which can contribute significantly.
Date22 June 2006
CreatorsChiang, Ching-Ling
ContributorsKuan-hsiung Yang, Shr-hung Wang, Shian-de Lin
Source SetsNSYSU Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Archive
Detected LanguageEnglish
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