Radiation Effects On Exterior Surfaces

Manfred Kehrer, Thomas Schmidt & Manfred Kehrer
Temperatures of exterior surfaces are affected by various heat fluxes. Beside the heat fluxes due to heat conduction through the building component and heat convection from the surrounding air, radiation effects are important as well. Usually only the short-wave radiation heating up the component’s surface during the day is taken into account. The long-wave, thermal emission of the component’s surface is often neglected. Realistic temperature conditions on the component’s surface can not be computed very...
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