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Energieffektivisering i olika klimat

Sofic, Haris (2017)
LTH School of Engineering in Helsingborg
Abstract
This thesis is a case study of the energy consumption of similar warehouses in different geographic locations. The purpose is to examine how to reduce the effect of the climate so that other parameters that control energy consumption in warehouse type buildings can be explored. Further the problem is explored with different organization that can come across such a problem. The rapport uses degree day correction as a method to reduce the climates im-pact on three reference objects in Europe that are similar in technical design but have different energy consumptions. Interviews are held in order to get a broader picture of how the problem is met by different organizations. A pilot study and literary study were made in order to choose... (More)
This thesis is a case study of the energy consumption of similar warehouses in different geographic locations. The purpose is to examine how to reduce the effect of the climate so that other parameters that control energy consumption in warehouse type buildings can be explored. Further the problem is explored with different organization that can come across such a problem. The rapport uses degree day correction as a method to reduce the climates im-pact on three reference objects in Europe that are similar in technical design but have different energy consumptions. Interviews are held in order to get a broader picture of how the problem is met by different organizations. A pilot study and literary study were made in order to choose suitable reference ob-jects and have a basis for the calculations used. The results of the calculations show that the differences in energy consumption decrease when climate is taken into account and reduced by degree day meth-od. Interviews indicate that the majority of organizations do not prioritize con-struction issues if they are not part of a greater group which has a property de-partment. The analysis explores local conditions and controlling factors for energy consumption are indoor temperatures, visitors and sales. To conclude, degree day method is still a rough way to climate correct energy consumption in a warehouse if detailed data is not available for the distribution of energy use or local temperature conditions. If organizations wish to study construction issues a property department must exist that can prioritize these issues and keep detailed energy statistics. (Less)
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author
Sofic, Haris
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
energianvändning varuhus klimatkorrigering graddagsmetoden
language
Swedish
id
8914626
date added to LUP
2017-06-13 04:09:12
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  abstract     = {This thesis is a case study of the energy consumption of similar warehouses in different geographic locations. The purpose is to examine how to reduce the effect of the climate so that other parameters that control energy consumption in warehouse type buildings can be explored. Further the problem is explored with different organization that can come across such a problem. The rapport uses degree day correction as a method to reduce the climates im-pact on three reference objects in Europe that are similar in technical design but have different energy consumptions. Interviews are held in order to get a broader picture of how the problem is met by different organizations. A pilot study and literary study were made in order to choose suitable reference ob-jects and have a basis for the calculations used. The results of the calculations show that the differences in energy consumption decrease when climate is taken into account and reduced by degree day meth-od. Interviews indicate that the majority of organizations do not prioritize con-struction issues if they are not part of a greater group which has a property de-partment. The analysis explores local conditions and controlling factors for energy consumption are indoor temperatures, visitors and sales. To conclude, degree day method is still a rough way to climate correct energy consumption in a warehouse if detailed data is not available for the distribution of energy use or local temperature conditions. If organizations wish to study construction issues a property department must exist that can prioritize these issues and keep detailed energy statistics.},
  author       = {Sofic, Haris},
  keyword      = {energianvändning varuhus klimatkorrigering graddagsmetoden},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Energieffektivisering i olika klimat},
  year         = {2017},
}