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Building Design and Control

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Published on Nov 7, 2013

Recent advances in the development of sustainable energy sources have led to an emphasis on energy-supply technologies and the corresponding mathematical sciences needed for these technologies. However, energy efficient end-use technologies may also be viewed as an energy resource. Since buildings are responsible for 32% of energy consumption and for 26% of end-use C02 emissions, optimizing the efficiency of a whole building system is a "grand challenge control" problem with huge payoffs in the global energy sector. At the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in July 2013, Dr. John Burns of Virginia Tech discussed mathematical challenges and opportunities that occur in designing practical controllers for energy efficient buildings.

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