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Dynamic Calculation Methods For Building Energy Assessment - Literature

Time Series Analysis
  • Madsen, H. (2008): Time Series Analysis, Chapman and Hall.
  • P. Bacher, H. Madsen (2011): Identifying suitable models for the heat dynamics of buildings, Energy and Buildings, Vol. 43, pp. 1511-1522.
  • N. Friling, M. J. Jimenez, H. Bloem, H. Madsen (2009): Modelling the heat dynamics of building integrated and ventilated photovoltaic modules, Energy and Buildings, Vol. 41, pp. 1051-1057.
  • M. J. Jimenez, H. Madsen, K. K. Andersen (2008): Identification of the main thermal characteristics of building components using MATLAB, Building and Environment, Vol. 43, pp. 170-180.
  • M. J. Jimenez, H. Madsen (2008): Models for describing the thermal characteristics of building components, Building and Environment, Vol 43, pp. 152-162.
  • M. J. Jimenez, H. Madsen, B. Dammann, J. J. Bloem (2008): Estimation of non-linear continuous time models for the heat dynamics of building integrated photovoltaic modules, Energy and Building, Vol. 40. 157-167.
  • H. Aa. Nielsen, H. Madsen (2006): Modelling the heat consumption in district heating systems using a grey-box approach, Energy and Buildings, Vol. 38, pp. 63-71.
  • H. Madsen, J. Holst (1995): Estimation of Continuous-Time Models for the Heat Dynamics of a Building, Energy and Buildings, Vol. 22, pp. 67-79.
  • H. Madsen, P. Thyregod (2011): Introduction to General and Generalized Linear Models, Chapman & Hall/CRC