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Title: The energy-efficient facade systems for civic buildings
Authors: Kosukhin, M. M.
Kosukhin, A. M.
Keywords: Authors of BSTU
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Abstract: It has been demonstrated that nowadays the housing stock doesn’t meet the up-to-date requirements of heat engineering, energy saving and energy performance of buildings. To create the necessary indoor climate of living accommodations and to provide the comfortable living environment most of civic buildings, built at different times, are in need of the large-scale modernization. The main part in solving this problem belongs to capital repairs. For its satisfactory implementation an integrated approach to repairs and construction works technologies with the use of up-to-date energy-efficient technologies and materials is needed. A special part in solving this problem is played by designing and installing the heat-insulating facade systems. Some peculiarities of making such systems with account of the service conditions and the used materials have been described. It has been pointed out that the efficient heat insulation of enclosing structures should be preceded with the professional engineering survey of structures and with providing the scientifically-grounded recommendations, based on present-day scientific achievements in this sphere and on the knowledge of physical and chemical processes and phenomena, taking place in enclosing structures under the influence of internal and external operational environment. To ensure the economical and operational efficiency of selecting and installing heat insulation it's necessary to learn to manage these processes at the stages of design and facade works performance.
Description: Kosukhin M. M. The energy-efficient facade systems for civic buildings / M. M. Kosukhin, A. M. Kosukhin // IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2018. - Vol. 463. - 042037.
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