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Book chapter

Adaptive IoT-Based HVAC Control System for Smart Buildings

P. 488-504.
Kychkin A., Deryabin A. I., Vikentyeva O. L., Shestakova L. V.

The article studies the experience of automation of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems of buildings with regard to the technical capacities of the Internet of Things (IoT). Using the data from IoT devices maintains the set quality parameters throughout the entire operation period, which is achieved with the compensatory and predictive control algorithms. The objective of the research is to increase the HVAC control efficiency in smart buildings using the control system with the adaptation circuit, which proactively compensates any disturbances. The proper operation of the circuit requires accumulation of information of the venue during the operation period, which is used for building the transfer functions of the HVAC of the building. Continuous adaptation of the control system model to reality is a way to continuously optimize the adjustments of the regulation algorithm, ensuring effective operation of the local temperature regulation circuits. The capacities of the IoT controller-based control system and the generation of a compensatory-predictive control signal with the placement of the control algorithm in a “cloud” on a server are demonstrated with the indoor temperature control model. The simulation models of the indoor temperature changing processes are studied: the indoor temperature changing process model without a control system; model with a PI-regulator and disturbance compensation; the disturbance compensation model for the IoT controller-based control system. The structural and parametric identification of the model is carried out with the active experiment method