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Smart Cities - 4EUS4HAT

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 35.0
    • Tutorials : 3.0
    • Laboratory works : 22.0
    • Projects : ?
    • Internship : ?
    ECTS : 5.0

Goals

This Course Unit proposes a holistic and practical view of buildings and territories in a context of smart (numerical) evolution. To achieve this, it relies on several complementary speakers from research and socio-economic world. The module begins by examining the tools used by consulting firms, both in the design of buildings for energy performance analysis and then discusses the regional planning issues by integrating network industries (electricity and gas ) with its problems of information systems.

Contact Stephane PLOIX

Content

This Course Unit is divided into 5 parts.

Part 1: Energy and buildings. Different simulation tools for design / rehabilitation of buildings, available in the Study Offices are compared with regard to issues of applied heat to the building. A case study is treated with COMFIE / PLEIADE software.

Part 2: Energy audits of buildings. The principles of the energy audit, with its regulatory aspects encountered. An energy audit of a real building is constructed.

Part 3: Estate Planning and Energy. Real estate and, more generally, urbanized areas are the main areas of energy consumption and, increasingly, production: This course aims to understand how the developpement of the city and territories shapes energy systems. The courses will focus on the distribution / energy harvesting at different scales, coordinating master works (building and block, district energy systems and town), the local energy planning and dispersed energy storage applying the theories of networks and innovation. Bioclimatic design of urban planning and flow management (energy, water, mobility) in an eco-district will be treated case study.

Part 4: Organization of network industries. It concerns the understanding of the new organization of the electricity and gas markets, the various regulations and the role of each player on the market in the context of liberalization of energy markets. Strategies and roles of the different actors will be examined.

Part 5: Information System for energy. It is an education in the form of framed project to build a tool for simulating interactions of actors (agents) of an energy market. To achieve this, software like Web Services and relational database tools will be used. The resulting interactions will be analyzed in a concrete context across a territory.



Prerequisites

Basis in thermal engineering
Basis in economics
Basis in Java programming

Tests

Semester 8 - The exam is given in english only 

Written exam and reports



CC 50% + CT 50%

Additional Information

Semester 8 - This course is given in english only EN

Curriculum->Master's Degree in Engineering SEM->Semester 8
Curriculum->Master inter SGB->Semester 8

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Date of update February 8, 2017

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