Energy-efficiency model for residential buildings using supervised machine learning algorithm

Date
2021
Authors
Aslam, Muhammad Shoukat
Ghazal, Taher M.
Fatima, Areej
Said, Raed A.
Abbas, Sagheer
Khan, Muhammad Adnan
Siddiqui, Shahan Yamin
Ahmad, Munir
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Journal ISSN
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Publisher
Tech Science Press
Abstract
The real-time management and control of heating-system networks in residential buildings has tremendous energy-saving potential, and accurate load prediction is the basis for system monitoring. In this regard, selecting the appro-priate input parameters is the key to accurate heating-load forecasting. In existing models for forecasting heating loads and selecting input parameters, with an increase in the length of the prediction cycle, the heating-load rate gradually decreases, and the influence of the outside temperature gradually increases. In view of different types of solutions for improving buildings’ energy efficiency, this study proposed a Energy-efficiency model for residential buildings based on gradient descent optimization (E2B-GDO). This model can predict a building’s heating-load conservation based on a building energy performance dataset. The input layer includes area (distribution of the glazing area, wall area, and surface area), relative density, and overall elevation. The proposed E2B-GDO model achieved an accuracy of 99.98% for training and 98.00% for validation. © 2021, Tech Science Press. All rights reserved.
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This article is not available at CUD collection. The version of scholarly record of this article is published in Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing (2021), available online at: https://doi.org/10.32604/iasc.2021.017920
Keywords
Gradient descent optimization, Heating-load prediction, Machine learning
Citation
Aslam, M. S., Ghazal, T. M., Fatima, A., Said, R. A., Abbas, S., Khan, M. A., . . . Ahmad, M. (2021). Energy-efficiency model for residential buildings using supervised machine learning algorithm. Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing, 30(3), 881-888. https://www.techscience.com/iasc/v30n3/44089