Study to Analyze Thermal Performance When Building Envelope Specifications Change on Cooling Load

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Ali Abdulwahab Ismaeel
Sundus Sameer Jumaah

Abstract

The research aims to study the impact of structural change makeup for the cover of the buildings in the city of Baghdad on the thermal loads .which included these variables to change the quality of construction materials for walls and ceilings and the quality of thermal insulation material added, the quality of packing material external and internal quality of the glass front of the building, the effect of the presence of air gap   between the walls, change the orientation of buildings.


The study found that the best direction to achieve lower pregnancy cooling is the direction of the north and the highest heat load occurs in a westerly direction, and the current building materials are higher than the standard thermal and therefore must use a system of thermal insulation to reduce the carrying cooling, which will be available in the range of 35% to85% of the heat load on insulation in walls and 32% to 75% when isolating ceilings

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A. A. . Ismaeel and S. . Sameer Jumaah, “Study to Analyze Thermal Performance When Building Envelope Specifications Change on Cooling Load”, JUBES, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 121–136, Jun. 2021.
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