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Liu, Peng (2012) Test Bed and Sensor Platform for Building Usage Profiling. Master's thesis, University of Twente.

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In this thesis, a complete procedure of internal daylight auditing with wireless sensor network was introduced. There are three stages involved:
In the measurement stage, internal daylight intensity is measured by wireless sensor network for 4 to 6 weeks. In the analysis stage, a methodology was introduced to conclude internal daylight intensity from outside global radiation, based on the data collected in measurement
stage. In the simulation and extrapolation stage, internal daylight availability for a complete year was determined.
With the methodology introduced in this thesis, annual internal daylight intensity can be concluded from short-term measurement results collected by wireless sensor network and long-term global radiation records.
Recommendations on how to perform an audit to determine the available daylight within a building was given based on the analysis of the measurement results.

Item Type:Master's Thesis
Research Group:EWI-PS: Pervasive Systems
Research Project:Go Green: Greener House Through A Self-learning, Privacy-aware User-centric Energy-aware Wireless Monitoring And Control System
ID Code:22090
Deposited On:08 August 2012
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