A Study on the Foundation of the Standard of Temperature and Humidity for Preventing Condensation in Apartment Housings
공동주택 세대내 결로방지 설계를 위한 실내외 온습도 기준 수립 연구

Ha-Jin Hwang, Jong-Yeop Kim, Jong-Sung Lee
2011 LHI Journal of Land Housing and Urban Affairs  
Recently, the chance of dew condensation in apartment buildings is increasing because of several reasons. For example, ventilation rate has been decreased because of high-insulations and airtightness for saving energy. Besides, the humidity has been made by drying washes, cooking and bathing inside of apartment buildings. However, there is lack of resonable design criteria for preventing condensation in real life and real surroundings. Therefore, this study is aimed at making a resonable design
more » ... a resonable design criteria of preventing condensation by measuring the indoor temperature and humidity in real life. In addition to this, it is aimed at making a resonable outdoor condition and classifying regions by using weather data. The following are the results. The interior criterion for condensation was set up 25℃ and a relative humidity of 55%. The outdoor criterion for condensation was set up 20℃, -15℃, and 10℃ respectively for the hard frost, middle, and southern areas.
doi:10.5804/lhij.2011.2.3.269 fatcat:mxqwyutltfh43kiotuaaefximu