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Title: Evaluation of indoor environment system performance for airport buildings
Authors: Mambo, Abdulhameed D.
Eftekhari, Mahroo
Steffen, Thomas
Keywords: Airport terminal building
Energy conservation in airport terminal
Flight schedule
Thermal comfort
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: © the authors. Published by Science Publishing Group
Citation: MAMBO, A.D., EFTEKHARI, M. and STEFFEN, T., 2015. Evaluation of indoor environment system performance for airport buildings. International Journal of Sustainable and Green Energy, 4 (3), pp. 73 - 84.
Abstract: Airport terminals are energy intensive buildings. They are mostly thought to operate on a 24/7 scale and so indoor environment systems run on full schedules and do not have fine control based on detailed passenger flow information. While this assumption of round-the-clock operation may be true for the public areas of the airport building and so opportunity for complete shut-down of HVAC and lighting systems are limited especially in a busy airport terminals, there are many passenger exclusive area within the airport in which occupancy varies strictly with flight schedules. This paper presents the results of indoor environment measurement and flight schedules to identify such opportunities and to implement energy conservation measure in the passenger exclusive areas of the airport building. It also uses building simulation to assess the benefits of such energy saving interventions in terms of comfort, energy and carbon emission savings.
Description: This article was published in the International Journal of Sustainable and Green Energy.
Sponsor: The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of Environment Group, Manchester Airport for facilitating the effort on data collection. We also acknowledge the financial support provided by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, UK in its Airport Sandpits Programme and Petroleum Technology Development fund (PTDF) Nigeria.
Version: Published
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijrse.20150403.12
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/17428
Publisher Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.11648/j.ijrse.20150403.12
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