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• This study looked into assessing the heating load and cooling load
requirements of buildings (that is, energy efficiency) as a function of
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• X1 Relative Compactness - It is the measure of compactness of the closure or building
• X2 Surface Area - Surface area of the Building
• X3 Wall Area - area of the building covered by width of the wall.
• X4 Roof Area - Area covered under roofs.
• X5 Overall Height - Overall height of building
• X6 Orientation - Orientation of building based on direction like (North facing, South facing and others)
• X7 Glazing Area - means the total area of the wall which is glass
• X8 Glazing Area Distribution - How Glazing Area is distributed within the whole building.
• y1 Heating Load - How much heating load is required to heat the building.
• y2 Cooling Load - How much load is required to cool the building.
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Important Factors for Energy Efficiency
• After understanding all the factors, below factors can affect Energy
• Relative compactness
• Surface Area
• Glazing Area
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• It is the measure of compactness of the closure
• More compact the build less will be the empty
area inside which needs to heated or cooled.
• Building can have below 12 kinds of relative
0.98, 0.90, 0.86, 0.82, 0.79, 0.76,
0.74, 0.71, 0.69, 0.66, 0.64, 0.62
• Average Relative compactness is 0.764.
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• Roof area is the actual area where cooling or
heating would be required, that is, inside
• Buildings may have 4 kinds of Roof areas:
110.25, 112.5, 147, 220.5
• 50% of the house has roof area of 220.5
• 25% of the house has roof area of 147 Sqft.
• Rest 25% includes building with roof area of
110.25 and 112.5.
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• Glazing Area is the proportion of floor area
which is covered by windows, Glass walls,
glass roofs etc. Since it is exposed to external
factors like sun, snow, wind and others, this
may affect the heating or cooling conditions
of the building.
• Buildings can have 4 kinds of Glazing area :
0.00, 0.10, 0.25, 0.40
• The average Glazing area for building is 0.23
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Orientation of a building
• The fact the sun is lower in the sky in Winter than in Summer
allows us to plan and construct buildings that capture that free
heat in Winter and reject the heat in Summer.
• The orientation of the whole building plays an important part
in ensuring such a 'passive' process works
• There are 4 orientations present which are 2,3,4,5.
These may be representing north facing, South facing,
East Facing, West Facing.
• For each orientation there are 192 buildings.
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Relative Compactness vs Heating & Cooling Load
• It can be observed from the plot that there are two clusters, one is when Relative
Compactness is less than 0.75 and other is greater than 0.75
• Heating & cooling load both are less than 25 when the relative compactness is
• It can be inferred that less Compact building would be more energy efficient.
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Roof Area vs Heating & Cooling Load
• It can be observed from the plot that building have roof area of 220 Sqft has lower heating load
than other three Roof areas.
• So Buildings having roof area of 220 Sqft are very Energy Efficient.
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Glazing Area vs Heating & Cooling Load
• It can be observed from the plot
that building have higher glazing
area has higher load.
• Building with less Glazing are
more energy efficient.
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Orientation vs Heating & Cooling Load
• It can be observed from the plot
that Different orientation has
different load levels.
• Cooling load is less for 3rd and 4th
• Heating load is less for 4th and 5th
• Buildings Oriented with 4th
Orientation are more energy
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Correlation between all the features.
• Matrix suggests that the heating and cooling load have high
correlation to Roof area and Overall height
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• Building with below attributes would have higher energy efficiency:
• Relative Compactness less than 0.75
• Roof Area 220.5 sqft
• Glazing Area 0% or max 10% of the floor area
• Orientation Orientation number 4
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• Data reference – UCI Machine Learning Repository
Dataset used was created by Angeliki Xifara (angxifara '@' gmail.com, Civil/Structural Engineer) and
was processed by Athanasios Tsanas (tsanasthanasis '@' gmail.com, Oxford Centre for Industrial and
Applied Mathematics, University of Oxford, UK).
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