Energy modeling simulation engine designed specifically for CEA applications
GLASE researchers at Cornell University are developing CEA-specific energy modeling simulation engines. The new software can account for complex heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems capable to address CEA specific needs and requirements. This new tool will allow for integrated horticultural lighting systems optimization based on designs accounting for ventilation, shade, CO2, temperature and humidity controls.
Find more about our areas of work:
- Integrated energy simulation engine
- Improve energy simulation engine
- Construct baseline energy models for pilot facilities
- CO2 LASSI improvements
- Devise and simulate integrated control system for lights, shade, CO2, temperature, humidity