Study of Heat Storing Building Materials Numerical and Experimental Results

@inproceedings{Solaini1984StudyOH,
  title={Study of Heat Storing Building Materials Numerical and Experimental Results},
  author={Giancarlo Solaini and Andrew Tonelli},
  year={1984}
}
  • Giancarlo Solaini, Andrew Tonelli
  • Published 1984
  • Materials Science
  • Energy savings and better conditions for home comfort can be achieved by storing heat in the walls of buildings. Walls can be rapidly charged and discharged by increasing their transversal thermal diffusivity. This goal can be reached by inserting metallic elements perpendicularly to walls1 surfaces. Heat storing walls can be charged by sun radiation or by convection. If perimetral walls are to be used external insulation is required. A theoretical and experimental research was conducted on… CONTINUE READING

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