Numerical Analysis of Heat Storage and Heat Conductivity in the Concrete Hollow Core Deck Element

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Abstract

In order to minimize energy used for cooling and heating, one of the passive solutions is to efficiently utilize heat storage of a building construction. Presently, heat storage calculations in whole building simulation programs are based on 1D heat transfer models. This paper investigates to what extent these simplified models estimate the heat storage potential of precast hollow-core concrete decks correctly. This study investigates various approaches on how to model the heat transfer within the air void in the deck. Furthermore, it is analysed how different heat transfer models influence the overall heat transfer and heat storage in the hollow-core decks. The presented results allow comparison between detailed results from 2D-COMSOL simulations and simple 1D calculations from the whole building simulation tool such as BSim program and moreover, it is possible to validate the calculation method in BSim for the concrete deck element with air voids. Finally, this paper presents a comparison of the calculated heat conductivity of the hollow-core concrete deck and the measured heat conductivity for the same deck by using hot box apparatus.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceeding of Building Simulation 2011 : 12th Conference of International Buildiing Performance Simulation Association
Number of pages7
PublisherIBPSA Australasia and AIRAH
Publication date2011
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventBuilding Simulation: Conference of International Building Performance Simulation Association - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 14 Nov 201116 Nov 2011
Conference number: 12

Conference

ConferenceBuilding Simulation
Number12
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period14/11/201116/11/2011

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Heat storage
Numerical analysis
Thermal conductivity
Concretes
Heat transfer
Air
Cooling
Heating

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  • Heat storage

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Pomianowski, M. Z., Heiselberg, P., Jensen, R. L., & Johra, H. (2011). Numerical Analysis of Heat Storage and Heat Conductivity in the Concrete Hollow Core Deck Element. In Proceeding of Building Simulation 2011: 12th Conference of International Buildiing Performance Simulation Association IBPSA Australasia and AIRAH.
Pomianowski, Michal Zbigniew ; Heiselberg, Per ; Jensen, Rasmus Lund ; Johra, Hicham. / Numerical Analysis of Heat Storage and Heat Conductivity in the Concrete Hollow Core Deck Element. Proceeding of Building Simulation 2011: 12th Conference of International Buildiing Performance Simulation Association. IBPSA Australasia and AIRAH, 2011.
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Pomianowski, MZ, Heiselberg, P, Jensen, RL & Johra, H 2011, Numerical Analysis of Heat Storage and Heat Conductivity in the Concrete Hollow Core Deck Element. in Proceeding of Building Simulation 2011: 12th Conference of International Buildiing Performance Simulation Association. IBPSA Australasia and AIRAH, Building Simulation, Sydney, Australia, 14/11/2011.

Numerical Analysis of Heat Storage and Heat Conductivity in the Concrete Hollow Core Deck Element. / Pomianowski, Michal Zbigniew; Heiselberg, Per; Jensen, Rasmus Lund; Johra, Hicham.

Proceeding of Building Simulation 2011: 12th Conference of International Buildiing Performance Simulation Association. IBPSA Australasia and AIRAH, 2011.

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Pomianowski MZ, Heiselberg P, Jensen RL, Johra H. Numerical Analysis of Heat Storage and Heat Conductivity in the Concrete Hollow Core Deck Element. In Proceeding of Building Simulation 2011: 12th Conference of International Buildiing Performance Simulation Association. IBPSA Australasia and AIRAH. 2011