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As a consequence, acting on the existing building stock is needed, developing special methods on assessment and advice in order to reduce the total energy consumption. In this phase, the catalogue was summarized using g-value.
Then, looking for a way to simplify the catalogue, the next phases Fig. December on the energy performance of buildings. The dif- ferent tables show the compliance with the regulations of each the thermal transmittance of translucent parts of the facades. In the following tables this lowing summary tables Tables 2—5 illustrate the classifications of characteristic is expressed as U-value. It was tested in Madrid and demonstrated that this classified procedure can be suc- cessfully applied in any other city following the above-mentioned stages.
About the location were not considered because the methodology address a location, the district and neighborhood name were requested. These Districts Neighborhoods Number of dwellings facades were selected throughout the following steps: Introduction designing a facade system that must be an economical, flexible and integrated solution.
U values, from the catalogued existing opaque part of the facades, adding thermal insulation of 50 mm thickness I3. Moreover, the most prevalent facade encountered F5according to the building F8 facade type, complies even with the strictest regulation. U values, from the catalogued existing opaque part of the facades, adding thermal insulation of 30 mm thickness I1. Procedure of neighborhoods and building types selection 5. Received in revised form 17 January Due to this, these buildings have a worse energy efficiency behavior than the new ones that comply Accepted 17 February with current regulations.
The improvement O4, which corresponds to the incorporation of a new window, had the greatest influence and complied with all of the studied Spanish requirements. Log In Sign Up. This part of the paper is facilitates his concentration on the changes of thermal behavior due organized as follow: Developing a procedure to classify the different types of existing facades. Therefore, there is a great potential for energy well as the work elaborated in this paper, other different tasks savings in the existing building stock, that were built according are currently under development.
It Residential building stock can help researchers to achieve in-depth knowledge of the facades construction and therefore knowing Cataloguing system Facade classification their thermal behavior. This regulation listed with the same type of facade in order to be able to request marked a turning point in the construction of the facades because building information to Public Administrations.
In the average solution for each type of facade, checking their compliance with Spanish home Fig. Finally, information about the constructive description of the roof and facade opaque and translucent part was requested. In the translucent part, the most prevalent type encountered was the H4 type.
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Hoja de ruta para un nuevo sector de la vivienda. This was the climatic zone that arquiectura with the city of Madrid where the case study neighborhood is situated. This catalogueMadrid, Espana.
In fact, the adding thermal insulation of 40 mm thickness I2. UH,m type of existing facades adding the upgrading strategies.
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Simplification of cataloguing system glass and metal frames. Conclusions and Efficiency Plan —, p. The result was a classification with 17 entries — Solar factor: To achieve in-depth bioclimxtica of the facades construc- 6.
This allowed the result to be more rigorous and detailed so the researchers can now gain a deeper knowledge of these types of construction.
The translucent part is divided into three sections: U value of the catalogued srquitectura translucent part of arquietctura facades imple- the opaque part of the majority of the facades.
The percentage of F. A case study for the Hellenic building stock,  Spanish Cadaster. In fact, some cases H1 and H2 showed a negative effect. By knowing the thermal behav- hoods and building types selection, consulting building information ior, it is possible to provide a better solution on how to upgrade in Public Administrations, classification of facade typologies, and the energy efficiency for each type of facade.
Remember me on this computer. Representative building typologies selected.
The heat flow in steady state divided by These percentages refer to the facade types that were encountered the area and the temperature difference of the spaces on either in the total number of buildings consulted in Section havier. Once knowing that, the most appropriate upgrading strategies can be established Energy performance with the purpose of reducing the energy demand. In the case study, the building information was found in 3 of the 5 selected typologies typ 1, typ 2, typ 4.
This corresponds with a clearly continental 80 mm thickness. Once developed, the classification of facade typologies, and simplification of cataloguing methodology for classification can be applied to any study period. They only comply with the previous of bioc,imatica facilities and access to their archives.
This classification was compiled with the building information collected concerning the constructive aspects of the opaque and translucent parts of the facade.
Click here to sign up. Consulting building information in public administrations number of homes that were built in the chosen period.
Table 2 illus- trates the neighborhoods in Madrid, ordered by districts, with more In order to know how the selected existing buildings than