October 25th, 2017 BSUG: Using Building Simulation to Analyze Energy Savings from a Smart Thermostat
BIO:
Sukjoon Oh:

Sukjoon Oh is a post doctoral research associate at CAES Energy Efficiency Research Institute (EERI) at Boise State University. He has recently received his PhD degree in Architecture at Texas A&M University. He has a six year experience at Energy Systems Laboratory for building energy modeling/analysis, code compliant web-based program, and retro-commissioning.

DESCRIPTION:
“Smart” thermostats are becoming more and more common in a multitude of applications, from residential to small commercial, and understanding their potential impact in energy consumption is of growing interest. This month’s BSUG presentation will demonstrate how building simulation can be used to analyze energy savings from a smart thermostat. The presentation will describe a calibration method and simulation results using data from a smart thermostat installed at a case-study residence in Texas.

TIME: 12:00 - 1:00 pm MT
LOCATION: UI - IDL | 306 S. 6th St.

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