The prebound-effect in detail: real indoor temperatures in basements and measured versus calculated U-values
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This paper focuses on the topics U-values and indoor air temperatures of unheated basements with uninsulated cellar ceilings. Measurement values are compared with calculation procedures suggested by building regulations. Concerning the U-values it is shown that they are typically considered to be higher (i.e. worse) in uninsulated existing constructions than they effectively are. Measured temperatures in seven basements are higher (around 8 K) than a calculation according to regulations would yield. The paper derives suggestions for the adjustment of calculations focused on existing residential buildings.
DOI der Originalausgabehttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2017.07.301