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Thermal inertia in energy efficient building envelopes, Francesca Stazi

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Thermal inertia in energy efficient building envelopes
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Thermal inertia in energy efficient building envelopes
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Francesca Stazi
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Thermal inertia in energy efficient building envelopes, Francesca Stazi
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Thermal inertia in energy efficient building envelopes, Francesca Stazi
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  • Front Cover; Thermal Inertia in Energy Efficient Building Envelopes; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Biography; Preface; Acknowledgments; Symbols, Units, and Conventions; 1. High Thermal Resistance Versus High Thermal Capacity: The Dilemma; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Background; 1.2.1 The optimal envelope identification is still a challenge; 1.2.2 Comfort issues; 1.2.3 Environmental issues and global costs; 1.3 The Need to Restore the Dynamic Behavior of the Envelope; 1.4 What Is New...; References; 2. The Envelope: A Complex and Dynamic Problem; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Relevant Parameters
  • 2.2.1 Problem description2.2.2 Dynamic thermal characteristics of the building envelope; 2.2.3 The internal areal heat capacity; 2.2.4 Effect of the internal heat capacity on summer performance; 2.2.5 The dampening attitude; 2.2.6 Effect of the dampening attitude on summer performance; 2.2.7 Improving the worst solution W6; 2.2.8 Dynamic parameters affecting the winter consumptions; 2.2.9 A proposal for superinsulated envelopes in temperate climates; 2.3 Impact of Thermal Capacity in Different Design Conditions; 2.3.1 Problem description; 2.3.2 Skin dominated versus core dominated
  • 2.3.3 Shaded versus unshaded2.3.4 Continuously used versus intermittently used; 2.3.5 Ventilated versus unventilated; 2.4 The Importance of the Occupants' Behavior; 2.4.1 Problem description; 2.4.2 Occupants' behavior on the use of the heating plants; 2.4.3 Different use of natural ventilation and envelope air permeability; 2.4.4 Global convenience of an intervention of superinsulation; 2.5 The Complex Interaction Between Mass and Other Factors; 2.5.1 Problem description; 2.5.2 Trend inversion; 2.5.3 Impact of the mass with and without natural ventilation
  • 2.5.4 Impact of the presence of other heat losing elements2.5.5 Effect of superinsulation in envelopes with different mass; 2.6 Thermal Mass and Extreme Climates; 2.6.1 Problem description; 2.6.2 Extremely hot climates; 2.6.3 Cold climates; 2.7 Design Patterns; References; 3. Retrofit of Existing Envelopes; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Capacity (C), Stratification (S), and High Resistance (HR): Three Different Ways Against Climate; 3.3 Simultaneous Measure of the Three Different Existing Envelope Typologies; 3.3.1 Problem description; 3.3.2 Summer behavior; 3.3.3 Winter behavior
  • 3.4 Retrofit of Capacitive Load-Bearing Walls, Exploring Different C Types3.4.1 Problem description; 3.4.2 Solid masonry four-wythe C1; 3.4.3 Solid masonry three-wythe C2; 3.4.4 Semisolid masonry C3; 3.4.5 Optimal retrofit intervention from a global cost evaluation; 3.5 Retrofit of Stratified Envelopes, Comparing Alternatives for Retrofit of S Types; 3.5.1 Problem description; 3.5.2 Medium decrementing attitude (0.0440) and variable decrementing attitude; 3.5.4 Optimal retrofit intervention from an overall comfort evaluation
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