Conference Editor

Jianshun Zhang; Edward Bogucz; Cliff Davidson; Elizabeth Krietmeyer

Keywords:

Metal panels, thermal bridges, heat transfer, modelling, simulation

Location

Syracuse, NY

Event Website

http://ibpc2018.org/

Start Date

26-9-2018 10:30 AM

End Date

26-9-2018 12:00 PM

Description

The very strict regulations imposed by the European directives regarding low energy consumptions of buildings imposes the availability of thermal and energy efficient solutions for the building envelope. One common solution is given by insulated metal penal systems, which are typically used for industrial buildings but lately also used for other types of buildings (e.g. residential buildings, hotels, hospitals). These types of solutions must be properly addressed from the thermal modelling and simulation point of view considering a different thermal behaviour due to its detail components. For insulated metal penal systems the typical calculations are done by considering only the current field area without the impact of the thermal bridges. This means that the value used in calculations is just a 1D, and not a 2D or a 3D simulation which are closer to the real heat transfer phenomena for this types of constructive details. Thus, the paper addresses a study regarding the manner by which metallic building components can be thermally evaluated and optimized in order to improve their thermal performance and reach the imposed thermal transmittances-U values imposed for the market of high performant energy efficient buildings. The paper brings a complex approach in evaluating the thermal performance of insulated metal penal systems.

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DOI

https://doi.org/10.14305/ibpc.2018.ms-8.03

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Considerations on the Thermal Modelling of Insulated Metal Panel Systems

Syracuse, NY

The very strict regulations imposed by the European directives regarding low energy consumptions of buildings imposes the availability of thermal and energy efficient solutions for the building envelope. One common solution is given by insulated metal penal systems, which are typically used for industrial buildings but lately also used for other types of buildings (e.g. residential buildings, hotels, hospitals). These types of solutions must be properly addressed from the thermal modelling and simulation point of view considering a different thermal behaviour due to its detail components. For insulated metal penal systems the typical calculations are done by considering only the current field area without the impact of the thermal bridges. This means that the value used in calculations is just a 1D, and not a 2D or a 3D simulation which are closer to the real heat transfer phenomena for this types of constructive details. Thus, the paper addresses a study regarding the manner by which metallic building components can be thermally evaluated and optimized in order to improve their thermal performance and reach the imposed thermal transmittances-U values imposed for the market of high performant energy efficient buildings. The paper brings a complex approach in evaluating the thermal performance of insulated metal penal systems.

https://surface.syr.edu/ibpc/2018/MS8/3

 

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