ANALYZING THE EFFECT OF THERMAL INSULATION AND ADJACENT SHADING ON SOLAR HEAT GAIN, INTERNAL TEMPERATURE, COOLING LOAD AND THERMAL COMFORT OF UNIVERSITY BUILDING LOCATED IN COMPOSITE CLIMATE OF INDIA

Ankit Shukla, Siddharth Shekhar, Raj Nair, Abhishek Jatav, Asst Professor
2014 unpublished
ABSTARCT Government of every country have been trying to compensate the day by day increment in demand of energy consumption by specifying different norms in order to use energy in different sectors as residential, industrial, agriculture, transport etc. It has been seen that buildings alone consumes approx 39% of total energy and 68% of electricity, in which air conditioning alone consumes 40% of the total energy consumed by buildings. This study evaluates the enhancement of inside environment
more » ... inside environment by applying energy efficient measures to the building located in composite climate of India. At first thermal insulation is applied to various outside envelop of building and in second case adjacent shading is given to various sides of building independently and simultaneously to check out the various simulated results of effect of these parameters to cooling load, thermal load through glazing, walls, roof, solar heat gain through window. Effect on air temperature and fanger pmv is also evaluated. The value of simulated result and actual measurement were matched to precise the results. The simulated results reveals that considerable amount of positive results can be obtained by applying theses measures. Up to 30% cooling load, up to 53% thermal load through roof, upto 77.4% thermal load ANKIT KUMAR SHUKLA et al. DATE through walls, upto 8% air temperature is reduced and upto 28% fanger pmv is improved.
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