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Etude de stratégies de gestion énergétique en temps réel à l'échelle multizone

Abstract : To facilitate the energy transition towards the reduction of fossil fuels consumption, CO2 emissions and the integration of renewable energy sources, it is necessary to study realtime management strategies to adapt energy management in an optimal way according to external and internal perturbations and the evolution of the building. Solutions exist at the scale of blocks of buildings such as production and consumption pooling. This thesis presents the development of real-time management strategies, using optimisation techniques, for the electric heating of a multi-zone building mixing residential and tertiary uses. To decrease computation time compared to a global resolution approach of large-scale optimisation problems, decomposition-coordination methods were studied. These methods consist in solving sub-problems of optimisation in each zone and reintegrating the links between zones (thermal couplings and resource sharing) using a coordination step. One of these methods was chosen for each type of coupling allowing the implementation of real-time management at a multi-zone scale.
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Marie Frapin. Etude de stratégies de gestion énergétique en temps réel à l'échelle multizone. Energie électrique. Université Paris sciences et lettres, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018PSLEM069⟩. ⟨tel-02173698⟩



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