2018 02 27 expert meeting agenda

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Agenda

Location: Hardenbergstrasse 33, Berlin (https://www.udk-berlin.de/service/standorte-der-udk-berlin/hardenbergstrasse-33/)

Registration has been closed. There will be no registration fee, but lunch and dinner are self-paid. The mensa does not accept credit cards.


Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018

8:30 Welcome coffee.

9:00 Brief overview (MW and CvT, Room Ha 310)

  • Summary about Annex 60
  • Goals of Project 1
  • Software license and IP

9:20 Introduction of participants (all, 20 min, Room Ha 310)

9:40 Presentations from activities, recent work and presentation of work plans, list of institutes who committed to contribute (Room Ha 310)

Slides posted at https://github.com/ibpsa/project1/tree/master/meetings/2018-02-27-expert-meeting-berlin
  • WP 1.1 Modelica library for design and operation (10 min, MW)
  • WP 1.2 Model Predictive Control (10 min, Lieve)

10:00 Coffee Break (30 min)

10:30 Continue with presentations (Room Ha 310)

  • WP 2.1 City Quarter Information Modeling (10 min, Darren)
  • WP 2.2 BIM (10 min, CvT)
  • WP 3.1 Application (10 min, TBD)
  • WP 3.1 District energy DESTEST (10 min, Dirk)
  • (Dissemination to be discussed in plenary)
  • Presentation about Efficacity-Project (10 min, Peter Riederer)

11:20 Plenary discussion about the above presentations (50 min, Room Ha 310).

  • Result of user survey (Filip Jorissen, 10 min)
  • Dissemination
  • Overlap and synergies
  • What expertize is missing?

12:30 Lunch (Mensa TU Berlin, Hardenbergstrasse 34)

13:40 Project 1 publications (20 min, Room Ha 310)

14:00 Organization of break-out groups (10 min, Room Ha 310)

14:10 Break-out group session 1-1 (50 min, Rooms Ha 310, Ha 336, Ha 110, Ha 101, Ha 102)

15:00 Coffee break (30 min)

15:30 Continue break-out group session 1-2 (60 min, Rooms Ha 310, Ha 336, Ha 110, Ha 101, Ha 102)

16:30 Keynote: Hubertus Tummescheit, Chief Strategy Officer and co-founder of Modelon, "The Adoption of MPC in the Power Industry – Lessons Learned and Ideas for the Buildings Industry" (Room Ha 310)

17:00 Adjourn

19:00 Dinner at Tiergartenquelle (https://www.yelp.com/biz/tiergartenquelle-berlin-2), 15 min walking distance to the UdK Berlin building in Hardenbergstrasse.


Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018

Location: As previous day.

8:30 Welcome Coffee

9:00 Keynote (30 min, Room Ha 310)

  • Modeling of the roof-top building. Approach and limitations (Christoph Nytsch-Geusen)
  • Debate about approach (Christoph Nytsch-Geusen and MW)

9:30 Break-out groups 2-1 (45 min, Rooms Ha 310, Ha 336, Ha 110, Ha 101, Ha 102)

10:15 Coffee break (30 min)

10:45 Break-out groups 2-2 (75 min, Rooms Ha 310, Ha 336, Ha 110, Ha 101, Ha 102)

12:00 Lunch (Mensa TU Berlin, Hardenbergstrasse 34)

13:15 Visiting tour of the Rooftop building (15 min walking distance, Einsteinufer 43-53, Google Map Direction)

14:45 Coffee break (30 min)

15:15 Breakout groups 2-3 (65 min, Rooms Ha 310, Ha 336, Ha 110, Ha 101, Ha 102)

16:20 Summary and action items of break-out groups (each activity leader 5 min each, Room Ha 310)

  • WP 1.1 Modelica library for design and operation (MW)
  • WP 1.2 Model Predictive Control (Lieve)
  • WP 2.1 City Quarter Information Modeling (Darren)
  • WP 2.2 BIM (CvT)
  • WP 3.1 Application
  • WP 3.1 District energy DESTEST

16:50 Closing remarks and next expert meeting (MW, CvT, Room Ha 310)

17:00 Adjourn


The agenda for the break-out groups is at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XOoNhrldrCOdAGpj-FFNVK8lW9gpcczSnliOjXCcyxk/edit#gid=0

Programs for breakout groups

WP leaders to list their topics. Michael will set up google sheet.

WP 1.1:

Suggested topics for whole team meeting

  • Question to others: are our models sufficiently stable: no divisions by zero, Newton solver fails, etc?
  • What are bottlenecks for the use of Modelica: documentation/speed/translation time/ease of use/model availability/cost for software/‘portability’ etc
  • modeling of controls and verification tests

Suggested topics for breakout groups

  • for each library, what are the goals in 2-3 sentences, what is preventing the library from achieving these goals, how can we get around the main issues.
  • DHC substation models
  • Massimo and Damien: geothermal systems and heat pumps (Carlos and Damien developed geothermal models)
  • Development of commonly used sub-circuits?
  • Records for valves, valve motors (https://github.com/ibpsa/modelica-ibpsa/issues/883)
  • Inverting causality of pumps/valves (this is for MPC – so more suited for 1.2 meeting)
  • Usability: cleaning up parameters – moving them to other tabs
  • Michael: IBPSA.{Water,Air} packages
  • Common exercises?
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