The construction’s solutions in the building but thermal comfort

Vol. 527 (7) 2016 / sobota, 27 października, 2018

(in Polish)

Maria T. Małek,
Halina Koczyk

DOI: 10.15199/33.2016.07.27

Volume 527; Issue 7
Pages 83-86

Accepted for publication: 22.06.2016 r.

The article presents the typical construction’s solutions external walls used for energy-efficient building construction in terms of maintaining the thermal comfort and improving energy efficiency. The literature review focused on the solutions which use the renewable energy and increase the heat capacitywalls. The passive and active solar energy systems are presented. The Trombe’swall and itsmodification andwater thermal storagewall are included in the first category, the second section contains the thermal barrier, the wall with phase change material and the wall implanted with heat pipes. The main conclusion is the limitation of the solar heat gains and the usage themin the time of increasing heating demand. In addition, it was included a short description of thermal comfort and was referred to the most important standards and guidelines.

Keywords: energy-efficient building construction, thermal comfort, passive solar energy systems, active solar energy systems, Trombe’s wall.
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Maria Teresa Małek, MSc. Eng. - Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Halina Koczyk, Prof. - Poznan University of Technology, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Maria T. Małek, MSc. Eng.


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DOI: 10.15199/33.2016.07.27