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Volume 307, 2020International Conference on Materials & Energy (ICOME’17 and ICOME’18)
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|Published online||10 February 2020|
Investigation Of The Improvement Building Envelope Impact On Energy Consumption Using Energy Audit
1 Unité de Développement des Equipements Solaires UDES/Centre de Développement des Energies Renouvelables CDER, BouIsmail 42415, W. Tipaza, Algérie.
2 Laboratoire Traitement De Surface Et Matériaux, Université Saad Dahleb-Blida 1, Route de Soumâa, BP 270, 09000 Blida-Algérie
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Effective evaluation on the thermal performance of building envelope plays an important role towards the reduction of energy consumption for space cooling and heating. In order to estimate the energy consumption for cooling, heating and the whole energy saving on the envelop designs; an improvements of thermal performances of this envelope are introduced. This trend is performed using a numerical study. The building is an office part of the Unit of Developmental for Solar Equipment (UDES) located at Bou-Ismail, an Algerian coastal city. Through the software PLEADES-COMFIE, building energy has been evaluated. The simulation results illustrate that; adding 90 mm thick insulation on the opaque walls and double glazing on windows produce a maximum saving of 50% and 10% annual energy required in heating and cooling. Also these proposed performances allow increasing indoor temperate of 4°C in winter season and decreasing.
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