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Effect of natural ventilation on the energy consumption of a bioclimatic building. Analysis and study through energy plus

dc.creatorMercado, María Victoria
dc.creatorBarea-Paci, Gustavo Javier
dc.creatorEsteves, Alfredo
dc.creatorFilippín, Celina
dc.date2018-06-30
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.ubiobio.cl/index.php/RHS/article/view/2933
dc.identifier10.22320/07190700.2018.08.01.05
dc.descriptionPassive cooling through natural ventilation has a great potential for single-family homes and temperate continents such as the city of Mendoza, located in the central west of the Argentine Republic. This strategy seeks to end the risks of overheating and reduces the energy consumption of mechanical conditioning equipment. This study aims to evaluate the influence on energy consumption, in two ventilation scenarios (day and night) for two constructive resolutions (light and mass). For this, a computational model of a single-family house, modeled and adjusted in the Energy Plus v8.6 program was used. For the ventilation model, “Airflow Network” (AIRNET algorithm) validated by Gu (2007) y Crawley et al. (2001) was used. The results indicate that, in the construction as well as in life, with night ventilation the energy consumptions are lower in 50% than they ventilate during the day. The natural ventilation in bioclimatic buildings is an indispensable strategy for the cooling of the same. In this situation lies the importance of having a simulation tool to test different scenarios of use and control of the same.en-US
dc.descriptionEl enfriamiento pasivo a través de la ventilación natural presenta un gran potencial para viviendas unifamiliares en climas templados continentales como lo es el de la ciudad de Mendoza, ubicada al centro oeste de la República Argentina. Esta estrategia persigue evitar riesgos de sobrecalentamiento y reducir la necesidad de uso de los equipos mecánicos. El objetivo del estudio expuesto es evaluar la influencia de la ventilación natural diurna y nocturna en el consumo de energía en condiciones reales de uso de una vivienda con construcción tradicional y construcción industrializada. Para ello, se usó un modelo computacional de una vivienda unifamiliar, modelada y ajustada en el programa Energy Plus v8.6. Y, para el modelado de la ventilación natural, se utilizó “Airflow Network” (algoritmo AIRNET), validado por Gu (2007) y Crawley et al. (2001). Los resultados indican que, tanto en la construcción másica como en la liviana, con ventilación nocturna, los consumos energéticos son menores en 50% que ventilando de día. La ventilación natural en edificios bioclimáticos resulta una estrategia indispensable para el enfriamiento del mismo. En esta situación radica la importancia de contar con una herramienta de simulación para el ensayo de diferentes modos de uso y control de la misma.es-ES
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dc.publisherUniversidad del Bío-Bío, Chilees-ES
dc.relationhttp://revistas.ubiobio.cl/index.php/RHS/article/view/2933/3194
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dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2018 María Victoria Mercado, Gustavo Barea, Alfredo Esteveses-ES
dc.rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0es-ES
dc.sourceHábitat Sustentable; V.8, N.1 (2018): Junio 2018; 54-67es-ES
dc.sourceSustainable Habitat; V.8, N.1 (2018): Junio 2018; 54-67en-US
dc.source0719-0700
dc.titleEfecto de la ventilación natural en el consumo energético de un edificio bioclimático. Análisis y estudio mediante energy pluses-ES
dc.titleEffect of natural ventilation on the energy consumption of a bioclimatic building. Analysis and study through energy plusen-US
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