Building envelope (walls, windows,...)

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Post date: 15 Zář 2009
Type: Odkaz

Post date: 14 Zář 2009
Type: Publication

Translation of the title: Guidelines for energy renovation of domestic buildings
Post date: 12 Zář 2009
Type: Publication

Software and atlases for evaluating thermal bridges (P 152)
Post date: 9 Zář 2009
Type: Novinky

Focusing on energy consumption and indoor thermal climate the following topics have been investigated: • Light and Heavy floor heating system • Insulation thickness in the floor construction • Linear thermal transmittance at foundation/floor construction • Control of the floor heating system Supply temperature Supply temperature controlled by the outdoor temperature Night lowering of the room temperature Start/stop difference (Dead band) • Room temperature and energy consumption • Floor coverings
Post date: 9 Zář 2009
Type: Publication

ASIEPI stands for 'Assessment and Improvement of the EPBD Impact (for new buildings and building renovation)'. The project addresses 6 technical issues:EPBD requires Member States to define building energy performance requirements... but did the Member States take this opportunity to strengthen their existing legislation? Member States are free to define their calculation methods and their requirements... Is it therefore possible to compare requirements across Europe? If yes, are the requirements from one country more severe than
Post date: 9 Zář 2009
Type: Novinky

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Post date: 30 Srp 2009
Type: Event

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Post date: 30 Srp 2009
Type: Event

Information paper P198 (initially P152) of the European Project ASIEPI. This information paper is an updated version of P152 (2009) and P197 (April 2010) and replaces them.
Post date: 30 Srp 2009
Type: Publication

The implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) has caused in most of the EU Member States more severe requirements for the energy demand of buildings. In order to meet these requirements, not only buildings components with better U-values and more efficient building systems have to be used, also the ventilation losses have to be reduced. A contribution to this necessary reduction is the improvement of the building envelope airtightness, mainly the airtightness of building components and joints.
Post date: 30 Srp 2009
Type: Publication