Influences of the indoor environment on heat, air and moisture conditions in building components: Boundary conditions modeling

Paul Steskens, Carsten Rode, Hans Janssen & Paul Steskens
Current models to predict heat, air and moisture (HAM) conditions in building components assume uniform boundary conditions, both for the temperature and relative humidity of the air in an indoor space as well as for the surface transfer coefficients. Such models cannot accurately predict the HAM conditions in the component with non-uniform air temperature or relative humidity distributions in an indoor space. Moreover, the heat and moisture surface transfer coefficients strongly depend on the local...
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