Heat and Mass Transfer in Building Materials and Structures
These papers present international research results on building heat and mass transport, necessary for energy-efficient buildings. It contains papers from the Twenty-First Symposium of the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer 1989, conducted in Yugoslavia.
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A PCBased Method to Calculate Moisture Transport
Unsteady Movement of Fluid in Building Materials
Determination of Water Vapor Permeability in Concrete Cement
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air change air flow air temperature analysis average boundary conditions boundary layer building materials calculated capillary cavity components constant construction convective heat transfer cooling load courtyard density depends determined dimensionless drying effect enclosure energy consumption equation experimental data external facade factor FIGURE film floor fluid function glazed gradient gypsum heat and mass heat conduction heat exchange heat flow heat flux heat gains heat losses heat transfer coefficient heater heating system indoor air infiltration inside liquid mass transfer measured method moisture content natural convection Nusselt obtained optimal panel parameters partition passive solar phase porous presented pressure problem radiative roof sample shown simulation skylights solar radiation solution space structure surface temperature temperature difference temperature distribution temperature field thermal bridge thermal comfort thermal conductivity thermal insulation thermocouple thickness tion tracer transient turbulent U-value values velocity ventilation vertical window zone