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Title: Ensuring the Energy Efficiency of Buildings through the Simulation of Structural, Organizational, and Technological Solutions for Facade Insulation
Authors: Kos, Z.
Babii, I.
Grynyova, I.
Nikiforov, O.
Keywords: bonded thermal insulation systems
temperature fields
Issue Date: 2024
Publisher: Applied Sciences.
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Series/Report no.: № 14(2): 801;p.1-18
Abstract: Abstract: The article presents ways of selecting effective designs and technological and organiza-tional solutions for the bonded thermal insulation systems of complex-shaped facades based on thermal field and flow modeling using the SolidWorks Simulation Xpress 2021 software and ex-perimental–statistical modeling using the Compex program. Determining optimal insulation pa-rameters at the design stage will help eliminate the negative effects of thermal bridges at balcony junctions and reduce the cost of implementing bonded thermal insulation systems for facades with complex shapes. It has been established that the most effective approach is to insulate not the entire perimeter of the balcony slab, as required by normative documentation, but rather to insulate a sufficient portion of the exterior wall, which is equal to 750 mm, with a 30 mm insulation thickness on top of the slab and 50 mm beneath it. This insulation technology is economically feasible for modern multistory buildings with nonstandard volumetric and architectural solutions, constructed using frame–brick, frame–monolithic, or monolithic schemes without thermal breaks between the bal-cony slab and the monolithic floor slab, with open-type balconies, bays, or uncovered loggias.
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