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Title: A multi-objective energy management of residential HVAC loads
Authors: Alıç, Oğuzkağan
Filik, Ümmühan Başaran
Keywords: Demand response
Smart grid
Thermal comfort
Electric power transmission networks
Energy management
Energy management systems
Intelligent buildings
Thermal comfort
Air conditioning load
Demand response
Demand response programs
Heating ventilation and air conditioning
Load demand
Multi objective
Residential building
Residential heating
Smart home energy management systems
Smart power grids
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Abstract: Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) loads have a considerable share in daily load demand of residential buildings. Thus, the energy management of HVAC loads by smart home energy management systems (SHEMSs) within price-based demand response (DR) programs becomes a topic with growing research interest. Although the primary goal in price-based DR implementation through SHEMSs is to reduce the cost of utilizing HVAC systems in residential buildings, it is also required to maintain the desired indoor thermal conditions for occupants. From the optimization perspective, these are two conflicting objectives. This paper, therefore, proposes a multi-objective HVAC load management model that aims at minimizing both the cost and thermal discomfort. In this regard, a discomfort index is modeled to represent the loss of thermal comfort in people's daily life. Simulations are carried out for different cases, and results show that a balance between the cost saving and thermal comfort of consumers can be accomplished. © 2021 IEEE.
Description: Kocaeli University;Kocaeli University Technopark
2021 International Conference on INnovations in Intelligent SysTems and Applications, INISTA 2021 -- 25 August 2021 through 27 August 2021 -- -- 172175
ISBN: 9781665436038
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