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Volume 245, 2018International Scientific Conference on Energy, Environmental and Construction Engineering (EECE-2018)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Information and Measuring Technologies|
|Published online||05 December 2018|
Study of the aerodynamic regime of the cooling system of the foundations of buildings on the filling soil in the conditions of the Far North
North-Eastern Federal University, Institute of Engineering & Technology, Department “Heat and gas supply and ventilation”, 50, Kylakovskogo str. Yakutsk, 677000, Russia
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During construction in the Far North, due to the preservation of permafrost soils, the buildings are arranged on piles and foundations on the bedding soil. In the foundations of buildings for a smaller impact on the ground and prevention from defrosting of the soil, air cooling systems with cooling pipes are provided. Seasonal and daily variations in the temperature of the outside air and intensity of solar radiation cause fluctuations in the temperature regime of the upper layers of the soil. As a result of transformation of natural soils into technogenic, its physical properties change significantly when exposed to negative temperatures. Freezing of the soil thawed out over the summer and its further cooling is achieved by passing cold air in the winter through the air channels. The cooling system must provide the position of the upper surface of the frozen soil state under the building, as adopted by the project.
This paper discusses the aerodynamic mode of the air cooling system for foundations on bedding in permafrost soils during the construction of various buildings and structures while preserving the base soils in a frozen state and using natural cold of the outside air, which will improve the reliability of permafrost bases. An engineering method has been developed for calculating the heat fluxes of soil and pipeline laid in thickness. A technique for engineering calculation of change in the thermal regime depending on the parameters of the outside air is given, which will make it possible to usefully use the energy of the cold enclosed in the ground to warm the outside air.
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