The University of Mannheim and thus also the Mannheim University Library were founded in 1967 and are located in Mannheim Castle, one of Mannheim’s oldest monuments. Due to considerable deficiencies in fire protection, the lack of accessibility and technical as well as functional deficits, a fundamental renovation of the BWL library in the south wing of Mannheim Castle was necessary. During the renovation measures, the new facilities were equipped with DEOS building automation.
An air-only system without static heating surfaces was used for the air conditioning of all rooms. The 650 physical data points of the system are controlled via the energy-saving and highly efficient COBAOPT (now: OPENdynamics) control strategy.
For the individual air conditioning of each room, 25 controllable zone heating registers were created. The considerable reduction of airflow noise and the strong suppression of air turbulence in the rooms significantly increased comfort. Sensors also monitor the indoor air temperature, humidity and quality (CO2) in the individual rooms.
All physical and virtual control values are recorded at any time intervals with the DEOS OPENweb building management system. The software also monitors the central fault and alarm management system.
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