Industrialized Sunspace Prototype with Solar Heat Storage. Assessment of Post-Occupational Behaviour in Adaptive Facades.
Keywords: 
Adaptive Facades
Simulation and monitoring of buildings
Environmental Building Certification
Lifecycle analysis, LCA
Materias Investigacion::Arquitectura
Issue Date: 
2015
Publisher: 
TU Delft Open
ISBN: 
9789461865816
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Based upon work from COST Action TU 1403 adaptive facade network, supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology). COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a pan-European intergovernmental framework. Its mission is to enable break-through scientific and technological developments leading to new concepts and products and thereby contribute to strengthening Europe’s research and innovation capacities.
Citation: 
Sánchez Ostiz A.; Gonzalez Martinez,P.Echeverría Trueba, J.B.; Monge Barrio, A.; Ramos Ruiz, G.; Torres Ramo, J.; Fernández Bandera, C.; Domingo Irigoyen, S. Industrialized Sunspace Prototype with Solar Heat Storage. Assessment of Post-Occupational Behaviour in Adaptive Facades. En: (VV.AA.) ""Adaptive facade network – Europe"". Delf: TU Delft Open, 2015.
Abstract
The thermal performance of two passive solar components has been investigated. An attached sunspace with horizontal heat storage and another one with vertical thermal storage were designed in order to optimize the use of solar gains and its storage and distribution in an industrialized component. These sunspaces have been tested under real conditions, comparing their thermal performance with two commonly used components in residential buildings in Spain: a window and a double window making up an attached sunspace. Different series of experimental measurements were conducted in two test-cells exposed to outdoor conditions in Pamplona (Northern Spain). As a result, nine scenarios during winter 2011 and six during summer 2012 have been carried out, comparing all of the prototypes two by two with different use modes. Results show that a sunspace with heat storage takes advantage of the solar energy and improves the indoor thermal performance of the adjacent room during winter in a better way than a window or a simple sunspace, and that it also offers better performance in summer. The best results in winter and summer were obtained when an appropriate use of the component was performed, in concordance with outdoor conditions. Several thermal control keys for the use of these components are suggested.

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