Monday, December 8, 2014

Talk Clayton Miller

Forensically Investigating Large Measured Building Performance Datasets – Chair of Architecture and Building Systems

Date: Jan 14 2015, 12:00-13:00
Location: ETH Zürich Hönggerberg Campus (Science City)
Building HIL Room E 67.1 (Bloody Hell)

The PhD work presented is embedded in the interdisciplinary research project Smart Dynamic Casting, a fabrication process aimed at eliminating the need for custom made formwork in the construction of complex concrete structures.

This presentation will describe a process applying a series of knowledge discovery filters to screen data quality, weather sensitivity, and temporal breakouts from large building performance datasets collected by building management and energy information systems (BMS/EIS). These filters are used to qualify the desirability for simulation model feedback from a forensic perspective.