FINITE DIFFERENCE TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION PROGRAM FOR STUDYING THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF COMPOSITE BUILDING ENVELOPES.

Thomas H Kuehn, E. A.B. Maldonado

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Abstract

An explicit finite-difference computer program is described which simulates the thermal performance of composite building envelopes. The information provided includes the instantaneous and integrated heat flux on both surfaces, internal temperature distribution and energy storage. The program is used to simulate the response of a composite frame wall near winter design conditions in a harsh climate.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages265-276
Number of pages12
StatePublished - Jan 1 1981
EventBuild Energy Manage, Conv and Sol Approaches, Proc of the Int Congr - Povoa De Varzim, Port
Duration: May 12 1980May 16 1980

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OtherBuild Energy Manage, Conv and Sol Approaches, Proc of the Int Congr
CityPovoa De Varzim, Port
Period5/12/805/16/80

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Heat conduction
Composite materials
Energy storage
Heat flux
Computer program listings
Temperature distribution
Hot Temperature

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Kuehn, T. H., & Maldonado, E. A. B. (1981). FINITE DIFFERENCE TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION PROGRAM FOR STUDYING THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF COMPOSITE BUILDING ENVELOPES.. 265-276. Paper presented at Build Energy Manage, Conv and Sol Approaches, Proc of the Int Congr, Povoa De Varzim, Port, .

FINITE DIFFERENCE TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION PROGRAM FOR STUDYING THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF COMPOSITE BUILDING ENVELOPES. / Kuehn, Thomas H; Maldonado, E. A.B.

1981. 265-276 Paper presented at Build Energy Manage, Conv and Sol Approaches, Proc of the Int Congr, Povoa De Varzim, Port, .

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Kuehn, TH & Maldonado, EAB 1981, 'FINITE DIFFERENCE TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION PROGRAM FOR STUDYING THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF COMPOSITE BUILDING ENVELOPES.' Paper presented at Build Energy Manage, Conv and Sol Approaches, Proc of the Int Congr, Povoa De Varzim, Port, 5/12/80 - 5/16/80, pp. 265-276.
Kuehn TH, Maldonado EAB. FINITE DIFFERENCE TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION PROGRAM FOR STUDYING THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF COMPOSITE BUILDING ENVELOPES.. 1981. Paper presented at Build Energy Manage, Conv and Sol Approaches, Proc of the Int Congr, Povoa De Varzim, Port, .
Kuehn, Thomas H ; Maldonado, E. A.B. / FINITE DIFFERENCE TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION PROGRAM FOR STUDYING THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF COMPOSITE BUILDING ENVELOPES. Paper presented at Build Energy Manage, Conv and Sol Approaches, Proc of the Int Congr, Povoa De Varzim, Port, .12 p.
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