Feasibility of different weather data sources applied to building indoor temperature estimation using LSTM neural networks
UNIVERSAL IDENTIFIER: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/2858
EDITED VERSION: https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/13/24/13735
UNESCO SUBJECT: 3305.90 Transmisión de Calor en la Edificación ; 3328.16 Transferencia de Calor ; 3322.04 Transmisión de Energía
DOCUMENT TYPE: article
The use of Machine Learning models is becoming increasingly widespread to assess energy performance of a building. In these models, the accuracy of the results depends largely on outdoor conditions. However, getting these data on-site is not always feasible. This article compares the temperature results obtained for an LSTM neural network model, using four types of meteorological data sources. The first is the monitoring carried out in the building; the second is a meteorological station near the site of the building; the third is a table of meteorological data obtained through a kriging process and the fourth is a dataset obtained using GFS. The results are analyzed using the CV(RSME) and NMBE indices. Based on these indices, in the four series, a CV(RSME) slightly higher than 3% is obtained, while the NMBE is below 1%, so it can be deduced that the sources used are interchangeable.
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