Double skin façades in tall buildings – the issue of natural ventilation

Vol. 553 (9) 2018 / wtorek, 6 listopada, 2018


I. Cała,
A. Jóźwik

DOI: 10.15199/33.2018.09.11

Volume 553: Issue 9
Pages 40-44
Accepted for publication: 13.08.2018 r.

The development of high-rise construction contributes to the development of curtain walls, which are characterized by better and better technical parameters ensuring thermal comfort, acoustic comfort, access to daylight and high air quality. Double façades play an important role in this respect. The article presents the issues of natural ventilation in high-rise buildings where curtain walls of this type are used. The impact of the internal atrium on the effectiveness of natural ventilation was also considered. Keywords: high-rise buildings, double skin façades, natural ventilation.
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dr inż. Ireneusz Cała, dr inż. Anna Jóźwik, Politechnika Warszawska;Wydział Architektury

dr inż. Anna Jóźwik

Full paper is available at Publisher house SIGMA-NOT Sp. z o.o. webpage

DOI: 10.15199/33.2018.09.11