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Sample records for energikrav byggesystem skalmurede

  1. Measurement of gross energy consumption in newly constructed buildings corresponding to BR2005 energy requirements. Building system: Face wall cellular concrete panels 2; Maeling af bruttoenergiforbrug i nybyggeri svarende til BR2005 energikrav. Byggesystem: Skalmurede porebetonelementer 2

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    Tommerup, H.

    2004-07-01

    This report contains measurements of gross energy consumption in a highly insulated 133 m{sup 2} single-family house built of face wall cellular concrete panels. The gross energy measurements include energy consumption for space heating, hot domestic water, coverage of heat loss from heating installations as well as electricity consumption. The objective has been to document and analyse the measurement results and compare these to future gross energy consumption demands. Furthermore, the objective has been to collect operational experiences on electricity consuming appliances in order to illustrate their importance for heat requirements, including evaluation of to what extend the electricity consumption contributes to space heating and how electricity consumption effects heat consumption in general. (BA)

  2. Measurement of gross energy consumption in newly constructed buildings corresponding to BR2005 energy requirements. Building systems: Face wall cellular concrete panels 1; Maeling af bruttoenergiforbrug i nybyggeri svarende til BR2005 energikrav. Byggesystem: Skalmurede porebetonelementer 1

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    Tommerup, H.

    2004-07-01

    This report contains measurements of gross energy consumption in a highly insulated 135 m{sup 2} single-family house constructed built of face wall cellular concrete panels. The gross energy measurements include energy consumption for space heating, hot domestic water, coverage of heat loss from heating installations as well as electricity consumption. The objective has been to document and analyse the measurement results and compare these to future gross energy consumption demands. Furthermore, the objective has been to collect operational experiences on electricity consuming appliances in order to illustrate their importance for heat requirements, including evaluation of to what extend the electricity consumption contributes to space heating and how electricity consumption effects heat consumption in general. (BA)

  3. Measurement of gross energy consumption in newly constructed buildings corresponding to BR2005 energy requirements. Building system: Brick wall; Maeling af bruttoenergiforbrug i nybyggeri svarende til BR2005 energikrav. Byggesystem: Fuldmuret

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    Tommerup, H.

    2004-07-01

    This report describes detailed measurements of the energy consumption in a highly insulated 176 m{sup 2} semi-detached house with solid walls. The house has two identical dwellings of 88 m{sup 2}. Based on data analyses the general conclusion is that the measurements show no significant irregularities compared to the expected results. The difference between calculations and measurements is small, when all uncertainties concerning data material have been taken into account. However, the measurements have shown some irregularities as regards the temperature efficiency of the ventilation systems compared to the expected result (80 %), as the measured temperature efficiency is approx. 90 %. The air density of the house is of great importance to the space heating requirements, especially when a ventilation system with heat recovery is used, and the measurements (pressure test) have shown that this performed as expected, corresponding to a yearly infiltration of 0,10 h{sup -1}. Furthermore, preliminary measurements show that the temperature in the floor heating tubes meets all expectations. (BA)

  4. New types of concrete elements corresponding to BR2005 energy requirements; Nye typer betonelementer svarende til BR2005 energikrav

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    2004-07-01

    In this project new solutions have been developed for buildings with concrete facade panels without ribs at window reveals and at horizontal joints, corresponding to panels with an un-broken insulation layer and limited thermal bridge effect. New general solutions for the mounting of windows have been developed together with airtight covering solutions at the window reveal based upon added window board and a separate vapor barrier. At the same time detailed calculations of the heat loss effects at the window-wall joint and foundation have been carried out and new solutions that reduce the heat loss substantially have also been shown. The new developed standard solutions are obvious means to meet the expected future energy demands in the new Building Regulations expected in 2005. The project has revealed that it is possible to obtain significant thermal improvements with only a minor increase in the insula-tion thickness. The new and, in many ways, better solutions will mean added costs regarding mounting of windows, stronger fittings etc. but the effect of a standardization of the window-placement could reduce those additional costs considerably. The total life cycle costs regard-ing these new types of concrete facade panels are economically reasonable. (au)