MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 330, 2020International Conference on Materials & Energy (ICOME’19)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||01 December 2020|
PLANNING STRATEGY OF CONTAINER LAYOUT FOR AN OPTIMAL ENERGY IMPACT
1 Laboratory of Research on Industrial Eco-innovation and Energy, ECAM-EPMI, Cergy-Pontoise.
2 Laboratory of Mechanic Materials of Civil Engineering, University of Cergy-Pontoise.
3 Laboratoire QUARTZ, (EA 7393), University Paris-Seine.
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Today, the building sector represents 44% of the energy consumed in France, far ahead of transportation, which makes it one of the key areas in the fight against global warming and invite the community to the energy transition. The shape, now is just a factor that is considered only aesthetically and not for its energy impact. The objective consumption of the various surfaces of the living space plays a crucial role in encouraging the energy transition in the building and civil engineering sector. In addition, the shape of the building as a whole, as well as the interior design, and the distribution of spaces have a significant influence on energy efficiency . Our contribution in this paper is to make a numerical analysis of the impact of a building conception on its energy bill, more precisely, the influence of the geometry resulting from the assembly of these containers as well as their layout, and their orientations. The container represents a unit that is part of a complex and multiple systems, which offers a new opportunity for architects to rethink their designs both in terms of aesthetics and impact on the skyline as well as in the use of innovative, environmentally friendly and sustainable materials. In this paper we will focus on a purely formal analysis first with TRNSYS, and then we will start with an elementary modelling meeting the criteria of sustainability (eco-container), in those to lead to a design that is economical and energy efficient.
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