Study on structure heat capacity of high-rise residences (part 2) comparison by insulation methods

Yupeng Wang, Hiroatsu Fukuda, Akihiro Mitsumoto, Akihito Ozaki, Yuko Kuma

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Abstract

This paper follows the paper of Part 1. Here we examined Air-Conditioning loads (hereinafter referred to as AC loads) impact in several deferent cases of insulation methods in interior of super high-rise residences by using the dynamic simulation software "THERB"(the simulation software of Thermal Environment of Residential Buildings), which can estimate temperature, humidity, sensible temperature and heating/cooling load for multiple zones of buildings. The Proportion that structural frames, such as columns and beams of super high-rise residences, is larger than that of ordinary residences, and the skeleton is generally made of concrete and steel which have high heat storage capacity. Therefore the heat storage capacity of structure of super high-rise residences is considered to have larger effect on AC load than that of ordinary residences. So we consider that the AC load of super high-rise unit would be cut down by putting insulation on surface of interior walls, floors and ceilings on which usually insulation isn't put in Japanese buildings. Recently, high-rise residences are more and more important in our life with its rapid development in Japan. Therefore, reduction of energy consumption in high-rise residences is very important to reduce total environmental loads in Japan.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007
Pages209-212
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2007
Externally publishedYes
Event16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007 - Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Duration: Aug 29 2007Aug 31 2007

Publication series

NameProceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007

Other

Other16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007
CountrySpain
CityPalma de Mallorca
Period8/29/078/31/07

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Heat Capacity
Specific heat
Insulation
Heat storage
Multiple zones
Structural frames
Interiors (building)
Storage Capacity
Ceilings
Simulation Software
Japan
Air conditioning
Loads (forces)
Atmospheric humidity
Interior
Energy utilization
Concretes
Cooling
Heating
Temperature

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Modelling and Simulation

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Wang, Y., Fukuda, H., Mitsumoto, A., Ozaki, A., & Kuma, Y. (2007). Study on structure heat capacity of high-rise residences (part 2) comparison by insulation methods. In Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007 (pp. 209-212). (Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007).

Study on structure heat capacity of high-rise residences (part 2) comparison by insulation methods. / Wang, Yupeng; Fukuda, Hiroatsu; Mitsumoto, Akihiro; Ozaki, Akihito; Kuma, Yuko.

Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007. 2007. p. 209-212 (Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Wang, Y, Fukuda, H, Mitsumoto, A, Ozaki, A & Kuma, Y 2007, Study on structure heat capacity of high-rise residences (part 2) comparison by insulation methods. in Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007. Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007, pp. 209-212, 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 8/29/07.
Wang Y, Fukuda H, Mitsumoto A, Ozaki A, Kuma Y. Study on structure heat capacity of high-rise residences (part 2) comparison by insulation methods. In Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007. 2007. p. 209-212. (Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007).
Wang, Yupeng ; Fukuda, Hiroatsu ; Mitsumoto, Akihiro ; Ozaki, Akihito ; Kuma, Yuko. / Study on structure heat capacity of high-rise residences (part 2) comparison by insulation methods. Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007. 2007. pp. 209-212 (Proceedings of the 16th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, ASM 2007).
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