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Dirk Műller
Dirk Műller
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Energy performance gap in refurbished German dwellings: Lesson learned from a field test
D Calì, T Osterhage, R Streblow, D Müller
Energy and buildings 127, 1146-1158, 2016
2182016
Quantifying the operational flexibility of building energy systems with thermal energy storages
S Stinner, K Huchtemann, D Müller
Applied Energy 181, 140-154, 2016
1742016
TEASER: an open tool for urban energy modelling of building stocks
P Remmen, M Lauster, M Mans, M Fuchs, T Osterhage, D Müller
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 11 (1), 84-98, 2018
1702018
CO2 based occupancy detection algorithm: Experimental analysis and validation for office and residential buildings
D Calì, P Matthes, K Huchtemann, R Streblow, D Müller
Building and Environment 86, 39-49, 2015
1512015
Low order thermal network models for dynamic simulations of buildings on city district scale
M Lauster, J Teichmann, M Fuchs, R Streblow, D Mueller
Building and Environment 73, 223-231, 2014
1472014
Dynamic equation-based thermo-hydraulic pipe model for district heating and cooling systems
B van der Heijde, M Fuchs, CR Tugores, G Schweiger, K Sartor, ...
Energy Conversion and Management 151, 158-169, 2017
1362017
Aixlib-an open-source modelica library within the iea-ebc annex 60 framework
D Müller, M Lauster, A Constantin, M Fuchs, P Remmen
BauSIM 2016, 3-9, 2016
1292016
Development and validation of grey-box models for forecasting the thermal response of occupied buildings
H Harb, N Boyanov, L Hernandez, R Streblow, D Müller
Energy and Buildings 117, 199-207, 2016
1252016
Bidirectional low temperature district energy systems with agent-based control: Performance comparison and operation optimization
F Bünning, M Wetter, M Fuchs, D Müller
Applied Energy 209, 502-515, 2018
1192018
Bidirectional low temperature district energy systems with agent-based control: Performance comparison and operation optimization
F Bünning, M Wetter, M Fuchs, D Müller
Applied Energy 209, 502-515, 2018
1192018
Bidirectional low temperature district energy systems with agent-based control: Performance comparison and operation optimization
F Bünning, M Wetter, M Fuchs, D Müller
Applied Energy 209, 502-515, 2018
1192018
Analysis of occupants' behavior related to the use of windows in German households
D Calì, RK Andersen, D Müller, BW Olesen
Building and Environment 103, 54-69, 2016
1142016
Large-scale grid integration of residential thermal energy storages as demand-side flexibility resource: A review of international field studies
P Kohlhepp, H Harb, H Wolisz, S Waczowicz, D Müller, V Hagenmeyer
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 101, 527-547, 2019
1102019
Demand side management for city districts
D Müller, A Monti, S Stinner, T Schlösser, T Schütz, P Matthes, H Wolisz, ...
Building and Environment 91, 283-293, 2015
932015
Comparison of clustering algorithms for the selection of typical demand days for energy system synthesis
T Schütz, MH Schraven, M Fuchs, P Remmen, D Müller
Renewable energy 129, 570-582, 2018
882018
Modelling diversity in building occupant behaviour: a novel statistical approach
F Haldi, D Calì, RK Andersen, M Wesseling, D Müller
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 10 (5-6), 527-544, 2017
872017
Numerical study on hybrid heat pump systems in existing buildings
K Klein, K Huchtemann, D Müller
Energy and buildings 69, 193-201, 2014
822014
IEA EBC annex 60 modelica library-an international collaboration to develop a free open-source model library for buildings and community energy systems
M Wetter, M Fuchs, P Grozman, L Helsen, F Jorissen, D Müller, ...
Proceedings of building simulation 2015, 395-402, 2015
762015
5th Generation District Heating: A novel design approach based on mathematical optimization
M Wirtz, L Kivilip, P Remmen, D Müller
Applied Energy 260, 114158, 2020
752020
A comparison of thermal energy storage models for building energy system optimization
T Schütz, R Streblow, D Müller
Energy and Buildings 93, 23-31, 2015
692015
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