Energy, economic and environmental analysis of fuzzy logic controllers used in smart buildings

Ali M Baniyounes, Yazeed Yasin Ghadi, Maryam Mahmoud Akho Zahia, Eyad Adwan, Kalid Oliemat

Abstract


This article is divided into three parts: the first presents a simulation study of the effect of occupancy level on energy usage pattern of Engineering building of Applied Science Private university, Amman, Jordan. The simulation was created on simulation mechanism by means of EnergyPlus software and improved by using the building’s data such as building’s as built plan, occupant’s density level based on data about who utilize the building throughout operational hours, energy usage level, Heating Ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system, lighting and its control systems and etc. Data regarding occupancy density level estimation is used to provide the proposed controller with random number of users grounded on report were arranged by the university’s facilities operational team. The other division of this paper shows the estimated saved energy by the means of suggested advanced add-on, FUZZY-PID controlling system. The energy savings were divided into summer savings and winter savings. The third division presents economic and environmental analysis of the proposed advanced fuzzy logic controllers of smart buildings in Subtropical Jordan. The economic parameters that were used to evaluate the system economy performance are life-cycle analysis, present worth factor and system payback period. The system economic analysis was done using MATLAB software

Keywords


Energy savings; EnergyPlus; Fuzzy logic; Life cycle; Smart buildings

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1283-1292

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