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To explore the role and influence of thermal energy management system on building heating, by building a thermal energy management system based on the Internet of Things, the situation of heating system and building heating is analyzed, the heat utilization rate of building heating, the stability of heating temperature, the change of heating energy consumption are mainly studied, and the energy consumption of building and the comprehensive effect of thermal energy management system and residents’ satisfaction are analyzed. The research results show that through the role of the Internet of Things thermal energy management system, the heat utilization rate of heating buildings has increased from about 65% to about 80%, about 15%. The fluctuation of heating water temperature is reduced from 12°C before the system is adopted to 4 °C, which improves significantly. The coal consumption per hour of heating system is reduced from 63 kg/h to 50 kg/h, and the coal saving is about 15%. This not only saves resources but also reduces environmental pollution. The heat management system based on the Internet of Things has significantly improved the heating system and building heating. Through the application of thermal energy management system, not only the heat utilization rate is increased, but also the consumption of resources is reduced and the environment is protected. Meanwhile, it solves the problem of building heating and the maximization of efficiency in the operation of heating companies. The research on building heating and thermal energy management system has a positive effect on the follow-up research.
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PAPER ACCEPTED: 2020-01-27
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2020, VOLUME 24, ISSUE Issue 5, PAGES [3289 - 3298]
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