Publication detail

HEAT LOSSES OF BUILDINGS. DESIGN AND REALITY?

KLIKA, P. ČECH, J.

Original Title

HEAT LOSSES OF BUILDINGS. DESIGN AND REALITY?

English Title

HEAT LOSSES OF BUILDINGS. DESIGN AND REALITY?

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper focuses on the evaluation of the heat transfer coefficient, both by means of calculation models and based on measurements on the actual design. In their research, the authors evaluate the differences between the values of the heat transfer coefficients of the envelope constructions obtained by calculation based on the declared parameters of the building materials and the constructions made therefrom and the actual values of the heat transfer coefficients determined by the measurements on the already realized construction. The article briefly focuses on Czech legislation and compliance with legal requirements on the quality of construction work. At the end of the article an evaluation of the findings is made on a particular building construction and a general evaluation is then carried out. The conclusion is also devoted to the presumed or the most frequent reasons that lead to relatively large deviations heat transfer coefficient between the calculation (projected assumption) and reality.

English abstract

The paper focuses on the evaluation of the heat transfer coefficient, both by means of calculation models and based on measurements on the actual design. In their research, the authors evaluate the differences between the values of the heat transfer coefficients of the envelope constructions obtained by calculation based on the declared parameters of the building materials and the constructions made therefrom and the actual values of the heat transfer coefficients determined by the measurements on the already realized construction. The article briefly focuses on Czech legislation and compliance with legal requirements on the quality of construction work. At the end of the article an evaluation of the findings is made on a particular building construction and a general evaluation is then carried out. The conclusion is also devoted to the presumed or the most frequent reasons that lead to relatively large deviations heat transfer coefficient between the calculation (projected assumption) and reality.

Keywords

heat transfer coefficient, envelope constructions, Czech legislation, quality of construction work, deviations

Released

03.01.2019

Publisher

STEF92 Technology Ltd

Location

Sofia, Bulgaria

ISBN

978-619-7408-71-3

Book

SGEM Conference Proceedings

Edition

první

Issue number

první

Pages from

403

Pages to

410

Pages count

8

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT155403,
  author="Pavel {Klika} and Josef {Čech}",
  title="HEAT LOSSES OF BUILDINGS. DESIGN AND REALITY?",
  annote="The paper focuses on the evaluation of the heat transfer coefficient, both by means of calculation models and based on measurements on the actual design. In their research, the authors evaluate the differences between the values of the heat transfer coefficients of the envelope constructions obtained by calculation based on the declared parameters of the building materials and the constructions made therefrom and the actual values of the heat transfer coefficients determined by the measurements on the already realized construction. The article briefly focuses on Czech legislation and compliance with legal requirements on the quality of construction work. At the end of the article an evaluation of the findings is made on a particular building construction and a general evaluation is then carried out. The conclusion is also devoted to the presumed or the most frequent reasons that lead to relatively large deviations heat transfer coefficient between the calculation (projected assumption) and reality.",
  address="STEF92 Technology Ltd",
  booktitle="SGEM Conference Proceedings",
  chapter="155403",
  doi="10.5593/sgem2018/6.4VG/S09.051",
  edition="první",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="STEF92 Technology Ltd",
  year="2019",
  month="january",
  pages="403--410",
  publisher="STEF92 Technology Ltd",
  type="conference paper"
}