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Conrad, Christian and Haeupl, Peter and Petzold, Hans (2007) Energetisch und bauphysikalisch optimierte Sanierung eines Baudenkmals in Goerlitz (Modeling and numerical solution of salt transport and phase transition in the simulation program Delphin 5). Bauphysik, 29 (3). pp. 221-230. ISSN 0171-5445

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With the rehabilitation of the baroque building Handwerk 15 in Goerlitz the authors achieved the energy efficiency class A+ under observance of all conditions from preservation of historic buildings and monuments, taking into account the environmental issues as well as durability and safety of the constructions in the house. The rehabilitation includes the internal thermal insulation of the historically valuable facade on the street side, the thermal insulation of the facade on the backyard side, the use of solar energy for hot water and for the support of heating especially in summer for heating the ground floor, a ventilation system with heat exchanger, the use of gray water generated from domestic processes such as laundry and bathing, and an underfloor heating for the ground floor with waste water as medium. The measurement results will be verified with numerical simulations (temperature, air, moisture transport in porous materials) of the separate building constructions and the technical components. The physical influence of the high building mass is quantified. The effects of the HVAC system on the historical building construction like for instance the timber beam floor will be investigated. Based on experiences about avoiding condensate and hoarfrost on inclined insulated glass together with a glass producing firm a new insulate glass with a special coating was developed.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: historic building; monument; energetic renovation; Germany; Goerlitz; Saxony
Subjects: Other languages
Depositing User: Anna Samuelsson
Date Deposited: 02 Jan 2012 07:54
Last Modified: 29 Dec 2016 13:44

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