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Prenova ovoja stavbe enodružinske hiše za učinkovitejšo rabo energije in kakovostno notranje okolje : diplomska naloga
Savić, Simon (Author), Dovjak, Mateja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Antolinc, David (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
V zadnjih letih je zaznan povečan trend energetskih sanacij, kar lahko pripišemo rasti cene energentov in posledično zmanjšanju stroškov ogrevanja ter k večji okoljski ozaveščenosti, hkrati pa se povečuje poudarek na kakovosti bivanja. Analizirana stavba je enodružinska samostoječa hiša v Postojni. V diplomski nalogi smo opravili meritve temperature zraka, relativne vlažnosti zraka ter koncentracijo ogljikovega dioksida v zraku in opravili še meritve površinske temperature notranjega oboda stavbe in izračunali smo še srednjo sevalno temperaturo in občuteno temperaturo. Merili in beležili smo tudi zunanjo temperaturo zraka in relativno vlažnost zraka. Izračunali smo gradbeno fizikalne parametre za obstoječe konstrukcijske sklope in jih primerjali z zakonsko zahtevanimi vrednostmi. Obstoječe konstrukcijske sklope smo analizirali in predlagali rešitve v smeri učinkovite rabe energije in kakovostnega notranjega okolja. Ugotovili smo, da strešni konstrukcijski sklop in tla nista ustrezala takrat veljavnem pravilniku o toplotni zaščiti in učinkoviti rabi energije v stavbah [1] in da noben konstrukcijski sklop ne ustreza današnjem veljavnem pravilniku o učinkoviti rabi energije v stavbah [2]. Nato smo izračunali tudi rabo energije za energijsko sanirano stavbo ter rezultate primerjali z vrednostmi obstoječe stavbe. Z energetsko sanacijo ovoja stavbe bi zmanjšali letno porabo energije za ogrevanje z 15.000kWh (115kWh/m2) na 10.300kWh (80kWh/m2), brez menjave stavbnega pohištva.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:enodružinska hiša, prenova, ovoj, gradbena fizika, kakovost notranjega okolja
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2020
Publisher:[S. Savić]
UDC:699.8:728.3(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:43740931 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Renovation of the building envelope of a detached house for efficient energy use and indoor environmental quality : graduation thesis
Abstract:
In recent years, an upward trend in energy renovation of buildings has appeared, due to an increase in prices of energents. This can lead to a reduction of heating costs and a greater environmental awareness; at the same time, it also puts an emphasis on the quality of living. The analysed building is a standalone family house in Postojna. In this diploma thesis we have measured the following parameters: air temperature, temperature of interior surfaces, relative air humidity, and concentration of carbon dioxide indoors. We also monitored the outside air temperature and relative air humidity. We calculated the selected parameters of building physics of constructional assemblies and compared them to the national requirements. We found that the roof and the floor don’t meet the requirements that were valid then [1], and all construction assemblies don’t meet today’s requirements [2]. Based on the results, we suggested solutions and then analysed them. Lastly, calculation of energy use of the energy renovated building was made and compared to the energy use values of the existing building. With energy renovation we would lower building annual energy use from 15000kWh (115kWh/m2) to 10300kWh (80kWh/m2) without changing any doors and windows.

Keywords:detached family house, renovation, building envelope, building physics, indoor environmental quality

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