INFLUENCE OF ACTIVE HEAT CAPACITY ON MICROCLIMATE AND ENERGY DEMAND OF A BUILDING

Kestutis Valancius, Vytautas Stankevicius, Kestutis Valancius & Vytautas Stankevicius
Heat transfer processes in buildings are always unsteady at real conditions. On the other hand practical calculations of heat exchange processes in buildings are based on steady-state process equations. In spite of modern microclimate system management, according to practical observations and theoretical investigations, undesirable changes of indoor heat behaviour occur. Such changes have negative influence on indoor heat comfort and misrepresent real energy demands of a building. The problem is influenced by factors, which have...
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