Patrick SchalbartResearch Associate

MINES ParisTech
CES

Patrick Schalbart, engineer with a PhD in thermal and energy engineering from INSA-Lyon, is a research associate at the CES (Centre for Energy Efficiency of Systems) at MINES ParisTech. His fields of research concern eco-design and optimal control of buildings, neighbourhoods and associated systems, and the development of design support tools (Pleiades).

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Life-cycle assessment is a method to assess the environmental impacts of buildings and infrastructures throughout their life cycle, from the extraction of raw materials through to their end-of-lifetime handling.
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Buildings can be designed and operated to radically improve their energy efficiency and reduce their environmental impact.
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Scientific publications
Journal articles
Long Pei, Patrick Schalbart, Bruno Peuportier Quantitative Evaluation of the Effects of Heat Island on Building Energy Simulation: A Case Study in Wuhan, China
Energies, 2023, 16 (7), pp.3032. ⟨10.3390/en16073032⟩
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Lorena de Carvalho Araujo, Simon Thébault, Thomas Recht, Alain Sempey et al. Development of a short duration method to assess the envelope thermal performance of multi-family housings
Building Simulation, 2023, 16 (4), pp.527-545. ⟨10.1007/s12273-022-0969-x⟩
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Journal articles
Marie-Lise Pannier, Patrick Schalbart, Bruno Peuportier Computationally efficient sensitivity analysis for building ecodesign with many-level categorical input factors
International Journal of Metrology and Quality Engineering, 2023, 14, pp.15. ⟨10.1051/ijmqe/2023016⟩
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Conference papers
Caipeng Liang, Patrick Schalbart, Charlotte Roux, Bruno Peuportier Life cycle assessment of building reversible ground-coupled heat pump systems supported by dynamic electricity mix data
Building simulation 2023, IBPSA, Sep 2023, Shangaï, China
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Marie-Lise Pannier, Patrick Schalbart, Bruno Peuportier Dealing with uncertainties in comparative building life cycle assessment
Building and Environment, 2023, pp.110543. ⟨10.1016/j.buildenv.2023.110543⟩
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Conference papers
Fatima Zohra Benali, Patrick Schalbart, Bruno Peuportier Distributed model predictive control using a trigger time search for optimal heating of multizone buildings
Building simulation 2023, IBPSA, Sep 2023, Shangaï, China
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Projects
Data from smart sensors makes it possible to better understand the behaviours of building occupants and improve the reliability of energy simulation.
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The eco-design of zero-energy buildings involves the identification of optimal solutions, in reasonable calculation times, resulting from the analysis of several performance criteria, more influential parameters and
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This thesis focuses on the development of the life-cycle assessment of buildings in the Chinese context. It also made it possible to supplement the existing dynamic energy simulation tool by integrating a seasonal
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A comparison between the existing methods for measuring in situ the determinants of the energy efficiency of buildings has identified their advantages and the limitations of the different approaches.
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A comparison between the simulation results and the measurements will supplement the previous work concerning the validation of the thermo-aeraulic model, which will then be applied to the study of predictive control
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The thermal energy of buildings exhibits the characteristics of systems on several time scales. The aim here is to resolve the optimal control of these complex systems more quickly numerically.
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An optimisation procedure will be used to complete the environmental assessment of a block of buildings while reducing economic costs and the overall impact on the environment.
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Tools
This software program for life cycle assessment of neighbourhood projects is used to measure the environmental impacts from the manufacture of materials to the end of their life.
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This dynamic thermal simulation model of buildings anticipates energy consumption and the risk of discomfort in all seasons. Thanks to the Amapola module, this software program makes it possible to identify the least
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Practitioner group
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Dynamic thermal simulation and life-cycle assessment are decision support tools that comprehensively assess the environmental performance of a building or neighbourhood project and guide its design in order to reduce the
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