Building-envelope parametric study of thermal energy and thermal exergy values in an office building in a cold climate

Poppong Sakulpipatsin & Poppong Sakulpipatsin
The exergy concept is useful to pinpoint magnitudes and locations of thermal imperfection occurring through an energy supply chain, and ultimately to reduce primary energy input to the energy supply chain. This work is to investigate the effects of changing values of some building-envelope parameters to thermal exergy values in a simulated office building. The building-envelope parameters considered are the wall thicknesses, the floor thicknesses, the insulation thicknesses in the walls, the window types and...
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