Hygrothermal performance of basement with intermittent heating
Aleksandra Gryc , Jan Radoń
AbstractIn rooms with earth-contact structures hygrothermal conditions develop differently than in rooms with air-contact structures. The important differences occur when heating is intermittent. The changes of inside air relative humidity and temperature are influences by the adjacent ground. The article presents the result of air temperature and relative humidity measurements inside a basement and outer air and temperature on partitions surface and inside ground adjacent to the building
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Book||Karandušovská Ingrid, Žitňák Miroslav (eds.): Vidiecke stavby v európskych regiónoch: architektúra - konštrukcie - technológie - bezpečnosť, 2013, Slovak university of Agriculture, ISBN 978-80-552-1071-1, 165 p.|
|Keywords in English||experimental studies, intermittent heating, ground|
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