Programmable logic controllers and Direct digital controls in Buildings
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThe concept of programmable logic controller (PLC) originated over the last century that has revolutionised the industrial sector. In the last few decades PLC in the form of DDC has been commonly used in Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS). The contribution of this work is to analyse PLC/DDC role in the ongoing BEMS advancements in the building sector. Currently DDC are not understood by building design and simulation engineers who assess the controllability of the building in practice. This paper would enhance the understanding of integrating DDC in buildings and influence creation of better modelling and simulation tools for assessing their impact on energy performance in practice.
CitationKhalid, Y. (2018). Programmable logic controllers and Direct digital controls in Buildings. Journal of Computing and Management Studies (JCMS), 2(3).
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