• Adam Emil Swiniarski
The main topic of this project is an investigation of correlation between simulations and measurements regarding indoor environment in a house erected in sandwich panels technology. The building under the study is the Test House of DC-System Insulation A/S. The thesis was developed in cooperation with this company.
It includes detailed heat transfer calculations realised with use of COMSOL Multiphysics software with additional analyses of three-dimensional dynamic models (comparison with thermal imaging). Moreover, materials testing and weather conditions measurements have been conducted to provide precise input data for BSim simulations which are the core of this thesis. The values retrieved from the program have been confronted with evaluation of room temperatures and absolute water content inside the wall construction of the actual building. Lastly, input variations and sensitivity analysis of the computational model has been performed to identify the most influential parameters.
Publication date7 Jun 2018
Number of pages148
External collaboratorDC-System
Sales director Allan Andersen aa@dc-system.dk
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