Research possibilities in the Norwegian ZEB Laboratory

Berit Time, Alessandro Nocente, Hans Martin Mathisen (Member of author collaboration), Arne Førland-Larsen (Member of author collaboration)

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Abstract

The ZEB Laboratory is an experimental facility located in NTNU Gløshaugen campus in Trondheim. The building is designed as 4 storeys high and 1800 m2 area office space and should achieve the ZEB-COM ambition level over 60 years. The laboratory will contribute to building knowledge on zero-emission buildings, it will be an arena for experimental investigation of user-building interaction, and a benchmark to test new technologies on a large scale. Innovative ventilation and energy technologies are included. At the first floor two identical rooms are equipped as test cells with dedicated HVAC systems, a larger number of sensors and with a high flexibility for control systems. This paper reports the characteristics of the ZEB Laboratory and some of the possibilities for research.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberRehva Journal 06/2019
JournalThe REHVA Europen HVAC Journal
Volume06
Issue2019
Pages (from-to)83
Number of pages88
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2019

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