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The missing energy: Improving the study of heat fluxes in buildings

Author
Llorens, R.; Zamora, J.Ll.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
World Sustainable Building Conference 2014
Date of publication
2014
Presentation's date
2014-10-30
Book of congress proceedings
WSB 2014 Conference Documentation
First page
Session 123.1
Last page
Session 123.1
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/26476 Open in new window
Abstract
Efficient thermal insulation has so far focused on improving building’s envelope, understanding a building as a unique thermal space. Although it could be the case for some kinds of constructions, because of the more independence of each person and the concentration of people in multistory buildings, there are more partitions between different heated spaces and it makes us wonder about the relevance of thermal energy loses through these interior partitions. Aiming to answer this question, we d...
Citation
Llorens, R.; Zamora, J.Ll. The missing energy: Improving the study of heat fluxes in buildings. A: World Sustainable Building Conference. "WSB 2014 Conference Documentation". Barcelona: 2014, p. Session 123.1.
Keywords
Energy efficiency, Indoor heat flux, Indoor heat transfer, Internal partitions, Modeling of heat transfer in buildings., occupancy patterns, thermal insulation
Group of research
LiTA - Architectural Innovation and Technology Laboratory

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