TEASER

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TEASER (Tool for Energy Analysis and Simulation for Efficient Retrofit) allows fast generation of archetype buildings with low input requirements and the export of individual dynamic simulation models for the below-mentioned Modelica libraries. These libraries all use the framework of Modelica IBPSA library. TEASER is being developed at the RWTH Aachen University, E.ON Energy Research Center, Institute for Energy Efficient Buildings and Indoor Climate.

This software is work-in-progress. Documentation will be incomplete or missing and the software may not run properly. In particular the Graphical User Interface is a beta release and not fully tested. If you find any bugs, please report them in the issue section of the repository.

If you have any questions regarding TEASER feel free to contact us at ebc-teaser@eonerc.rwth-aachen.de.

Note that this documentation will always be auto-generated using the development branch. That means, there might be new developments described in this docu that are not working in the master and pip installation of TEASER. A list of those issue can be found here

Also have a look at the FAQ section. If you feel your question should also be listed, please open an issue in the issue section of the repository.

Publications

  • TEASER: an open tool for urban energy modelling of building stocks. Remmen P., Lauster M., Mans M., Fuchs M., Osterhage T., Müller D.. Journal of Building Performance Simulation, February 2017, pdf, bibtex
  • CityGML Import and Export for Dynamic Building Performance Simulation in Modelica. Remmen P., Lauster M., Mans M., Osterhage T., Müller D.. BSO16, p.329-336, September 2016, pdf, bibtex
  • Scalable Design-Driven Parameterization of Reduced Order Models Using Archetype Buildings with TEASER. Lauster M., Mans M., Remmen P., Fuchs M., Müller D.. BauSIM2016, p.535-542, September 2016, pdf

Funding

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Parts of TEASER have been developed within public funded projects and with financial support by BMWi (German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy).




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