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An innovative method for the assessment of thermal comfort and resilience in social housing

Gomez De Leon, Ana B.; Rodrigues, Lucelia; Gillott, Mark; Calautit, John

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Ana B. Gomez De Leon

MARK GILLOTT MARK.GILLOTT@NOTTINGHAM.AC.UK
Professor of Sustainable Building Design



Abstract

Thermal evaluation of building envelopes is useful to approach efficient solutions for energy savings. Meteorological parameters represent an important role for this analysis. Future climate scenarios are considered to study climate behavior to provide with design tools in order to obtain energy savings for heating and cooling thorough the years. The relevance of comparing parameters for finding the best solution in design are helpful to provide with solutions and make resilient housing. Mathematical tools are the bridge unifying weather data and the study of thermal envelope in buildings.

Citation

Gomez De Leon, A. B., Rodrigues, L., Gillott, M., & Calautit, J. (2018). An innovative method for the assessment of thermal comfort and resilience in social housing. In N/a

Conference Name 6th International Academic Conference for Graduates, NUAA
Start Date Oct 17, 2018
End Date Oct 19, 2018
Acceptance Date Sep 23, 2018
Publication Date Oct 17, 2018
Deposit Date Nov 1, 2018
Publicly Available Date Nov 1, 2018
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ISBN N/a
Keywords Climate scenarios; energy saving; social housing; thermal evaluation
Public URL https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/1215286

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