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Solar heat control of buildings

G. K. Kuba

Solar heat control of buildings

by G. K. Kuba

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by National Building Research Station, University of Khartoum in [Khartoum] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Buildings -- Thermal properties.,
  • Solar heating.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G. K. Kuba.
    SeriesBuilding research digest,, no. 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTH6025 .K82
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 14 l.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4297465M
    LC Control Number78325788

    Solar Collectors: Heating & Cooling of Buildings - 8 PDH: This course presents design criteria and cost analysis methods for the sizing and justification of solar heat collectors for space heating and cooling of buildings and domestic hot water (DHW) heating. Information is presented to enable engineers to understand solar space conditioning and water heating systems and conduct feasibility studi. @article{osti_, title = {Solar heating; a construction manual}, author = {Temple, P.L. and Adams, J.A.}, abstractNote = {Complete plans and step-by-step instructions are provided for building the MODEL-TEA active solar heating system in new homes or for retrofitting pre-existing homes with the system. Information includes design development, solar basics, materials analysis, sizing, and.

    SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SPACE HEATING P. Koronakis Department of Mechanical Engineering, T.E.I. of Piraeus, GREECE Keywords: Modern-ancient space heating systems, energy sources, energy savings, insulation, geothermal heat pumps, active-passive solar systems, direct-indirect gain solar systems, heat recovery Contents 1. Introduction 2.   After reading this book i can't understand why houses aren't designed to take advantage of passive solar. Even in the cold northeast buildings can be designed to provide most of the heating during the winter/5.

    Overview of Reducing Cooling Load: Windows & Skylights This part of the Energy Efficiency Manual shows how to lower the cost of air conditioning by limiting the entry of unwanted sunlight into buildings through glazing. In warmer climates, reducing the cooling load is the most important energy conservation measure related to windows, skylights, and other glazing, formally grouped under. Endorsements for Solar Power in Building Design Dr. Peter Gevorkian’s Solar Power in Building Designis the third book in a sequence of compre-hensive surveys in the field of modern solar energy theory and practice. The technical title does little to betray to the reader (including the lay reader) the wonderful and uniquely entertaining immersion.


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The combination of heat pumps and solar components is a recent development and has great potential for improving the energy efficiency of house and hot water heating systems. As a consequence, it can enhance the energy footprint of a building substantially.

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