Modeling of Temperature Regimes of Energy Efficiency House

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3-D thermal model of energy efficiency house for rural areas is proposed. For research and optimization of thermal regimes and envelopes structure constructive, finite element and computational models are developed. These models are practically implemented in the software packages SolidWorks and COMSOL Multiphysics. Created model allows calculating 3-D temperature field of building with local heat insulator materials using free available software. Method: Computer modeling. Additional object—air environment of the building—was created for modeling process of heat transfer in the whole volume of building. The simulation was performed using supercomputer “SKIF” in United Institute of Informatics Problems of National Academy of Science of Belarus. Using methods of thermal analysis verification of developed models is done. Error of simulation results does not exceed 10%. It allows using thermal model to solve problems of analysis and optimization of thermal conditions of buildings and to choose heat insulation materials.

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Kundas, S. , Kresova, E. and Suprinovich, Y. (2015) Modeling of Temperature Regimes of Energy Efficiency House. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-9. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1102006.

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