Efficient thermal insulation has so far been aimed at improving building envelopes, understanding a building as a unique thermal space. Although it could be the case in some kinds of constructions because of the higher degree of independence of individual persons and the concentration of people in multi-story buildings, there are more partitions between different heated spaces. This caused us to wonder about the relevance of climatic energy loss through these interior partitions according to different occupancy patterns.
CitationLlorens, R.; Zamora, J.Ll. Relevance of thermal fluxes through the building's interior partitions. A: Sustainable Building Conference. "Book of abstracts: sb 13 munich". Munich: Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2013, p. 149-151.
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