3 edition of Simultaneous heat and moisture transport in building components found in the catalog.
Simultaneous heat and moisture transport in building components
Hartwig M. KuМ€nzel
Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-98).
|Statement||Hartwig M. Künzel.|
|LC Classifications||TH9031 .K86 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||97133428|
THAT UNDERTAKE BUILDING ENVELOPE DESIGN The Heat, Air and Moisture Building Science Toolbox, V. 1B-E/M The Heat, Air and Moisture Building Science Toolbox, V.1B-E/M, is a computer program designed to simplify the application of building science principles to the design of any cladding and exterior wall system. Simultaneous heat and moisture transfer in concrete with time-dependent boundary conditions. Temperature and moisture are responsible for the deterioration processes of concrete structures and the extensive failures in concrete elements often result from both thermal and moisture loads.
A building envelope is a multi-layer porous structure. It transfers heat and moisture to balance the indoor and outdoor temperature difference and water vapor partial pressure difference. This is a typical coupled heat and moisture migration process. When the space is filled with moist air, water or ice, it will directly affect the thermal properties of the by: 2. the calculation of the simultaneous heat and moisture transport in multi-layered building components taking into account the whole building. The book (Kunzel et al ) describes in details the model used by software WUFI. WUFI®plus is a room climate model which connects.
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Calculating the simultaneous heat and moisture transport in building components, some of which, e.g. the model by Kießl , have proven to provide reliable results. Others can only be used to a limited extent or have not been rigorously experimentally assessed.
However, even some of the reliable models use relatively complex transport and File Size: 1MB. Simultaneous heat and moisture transport in building components.
One- and two-dimensional calculation using simple parameters: Künzel, H.M.: Performance and service life of building components are to a large extent determined by their hygrothermal behaviour.
Since experimental examinations, apart from being expensive, can cover only small. simultaneous heat and moisture transport shows that very little information exists on the above transport coefficients of building materials that are currently used.
This paper describes a method that overcomes the above difficulty and analyses simultaneous heat and moisture transport through glass fibre insulation, one. Two important features of microwave heating in moist materials are (1) simultaneous heat and moisture diffusion through the irradiated material  Author: Graham Brodie.
The traditional approach to building moisture analysis had focused only. diffusion of water vapor. As Fig. 1 shows, moisture movement involves many additional mechanisms and parameters. A brief explanation and overview of moisture transfer mechanisms follows.
Water exists and moves in several phases by many often simultaneous transport File Size: KB. In addition, the moisture dependence of the thermal properties is assessed. Find details about the moisture transport equation in building materials in the Heat Transfer Module User’s Guide. When using the Heat Transfer Module, the Heat and Moisture Transport interface adds a.
Heat and Moisture coupling node; Heat Transfer in Building Materials interface. The paper presents a mathematical model for calculating the nonisothermal moisture transfer in porous building materials. The simultaneous heat and moisture transfer problem was modeled.
Vapor content and temperature were chosen as principal driving potentials. The coupled equations were solved by a numerical method. An experimental Cited by: 7. The durability of most porous building materials is strongly related with moisture and salt transport mechanisms.
They are closely related with inner structure of a material. Therefore, influence o Cited by: Transfer function coefficients of simultaneous heat and moisture transport Heat/mass flow response Input Output Penetrating Absorbing Direct response temperature 0 heat flow q k2L22 k22,22 humidity x moisture flow W k21,11 k22,1t Cross response temperature 0 moisture flow W k2m2 k,2 humidity x heat flow q k21,21 k22,21 The penetrating Cited by: 2.
Simultaneous Heat and Moisture Transport in Porous Building Materials: Evaluation of Nonisothermal Moisture Article in Journal of Materials Science 43(10). In this work we have given closed-form solutions for the temperature and moisture distribution by periodically solving a set of simultaneous heat and mass transfer equations for each building component, followed by an energy balance in the room air and considering moisture transport properties of the building material.
Mathematical modellingCited by: Downloadable (with restrictions). The utilization of thermal insulation is one of the most effective methods to reduce the heating and cooling loss through building envelopes.
However, moisture ingress driven by the pressure gradient across the insulation may lead to a variation of the effective thermal conductivity, which highly deteriorates the thermal performance of building. Watanabe, Building Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan S. Tada, Nihon University and Texte, Inc., Tokyo, Japan Existing models for the simultaneous heat and moisture transfer ware reviewed and condition to apply them to the deterioration problems of building components especially for concrete were examined.
Analysis of heat and moisture transfer in building components by conjugate modeling Relatore interno: Colombo Luigi Pietro Maria Correlatore: Bianchi Janetti Michele esiT di laurae di: Lorenzo Nespoli Matr: Anno Accademico / i. Kuenzel H () Simultaneous heat and moisture transport in building components—one and two dimensional calculation using simple parameters.
Ph.D. Thesis, IBP Verlag, Stuttgart Google Scholar Kuenzel HM, Kiessl K () Calculation of heat and moisture transfer in exposed building by: 1. Heat and moisture transfer in a room is critical for the indoor first chapter introduces the basic concepts of heat and moisture transfer in buildings, dealing with the main theoretic focuses on the most common parameters, used to analyze heat and moisture transfer in rmore this section takes into account a numerical model to calculate Author: Stefania Liuzzi, Pietro Stefanizzi.
Whole Building Heat, Air and Moisture Transfer: Theory, Modeling and Simulation performance of an individual building element by uncoupling the system from interactions of the other envelope components to both indoor/outdoor environments. A more advanced building performance evaluation approach requires the direct coupling of all building Format: Paperback.
During the past three decades or so, the approach from soil science was extended to understand the combined heat, air, and moisture (HAM) transport in building materials and components through major international collaborations [4–6] and through the efforts of researchers at major building research by: 2.
An adjustment of the Künzel´s mathematical model of coupled heat and moisture transport is presented. The balance equation of moisture is rearranged using additional parameters, introduced for a modification of the description of liquid and gaseous moisture transport in the transition zone between the hygroscopic and overhygroscopic moisture by: 9.
Temperature distribution after 3 hours (left); relative humidity distribution after 3 hours (center); and the evolution of the condensation indicator variable, d, over time (right).
You can find more information in a previous blog post on modeling convective heat transfer. When using the Heat Transfer Module, the Moist Air option in the Fluid Settings. the method does not consider the moisture capacity of building materials The Glaser method  is based on three basic equations: a balance equation of heat, a balance equation of liquid water and a steady-state diffusion It is also assumed that transport of heat is independent of moist transport and can therefore be solved separately.
Heat Air and Moisture Transport through a building construction by JvS/TUe.The major wetting and drying processes and the moisture transport mechanisms involved in the movement of moisture into and out of the enclosure are summarized in Figure 2.
Moisture Sources There are four primary sources of moisture in buildings. It .