The issue of energy efficiency in construction defines a complex scenario that is the subject of numerous research and application, addressed from different areas of study. In fact, as indicated by the EPBD 2010/31/EU, the building is required to ensure a high level of comfort both to reduce the primary energy consumption and GHG emissions. In particular, the current thinking cited as “...the envelope becomes the most critical part when it comes to energy efficient buildings...”, or “...the centre of gravity is in the building envelope, energy equipment and performance monitoring and management”. (cit.E2B) On this subject, we need building envelopes with characteristics of material and equipment "differentiation" in relation to climate and environmental conditions in which it will be affected by. The study is to propose a research (in progress) which aim to establish of a pattern of intervention, which address the design choices towards elements of the building envelope with a strong interactive / adaptive component, focused on the integration between: Layers of envelope, Equipment and systems based on RES, and Building Management System’s approaches. In addition, we will define the modalities of "layering deferred" in relation to the building orientation and the different climatic periods. Our solution is to adopt BMS & BIM systems which monitoring the different environmental conditions creating in response a different reaction of the envelope and all other systems related (HVAC, cooling, heating, lighting, etc.), also RES Equipments. The objective of the experiment is to meet the requirements for improving the energy performance of buildings, developing a technical system able to: Compose in deferred layers sequence of opaque, translucent and transparent components for the passive control of heat flows; Layers and surfaces that can integrate plants for the production of photovoltaic and thermal energy; Layers that regulate the natural ventilation; Layers with high integration frame/glass. Similarly, the envelope layers react in synergistic-integrated and adaptive way to the different climatic conditions working in remote mode, ensuring high quality performance, in line with the energy efficiency targets set out by current regulations in the building industry.

PATTERN OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION SYSTEMS TO THE DEFFERED ENERGETIC CONTROL OF BUILDING'S ENVELOPE

MILARDI, Martino
2014

Abstract

The issue of energy efficiency in construction defines a complex scenario that is the subject of numerous research and application, addressed from different areas of study. In fact, as indicated by the EPBD 2010/31/EU, the building is required to ensure a high level of comfort both to reduce the primary energy consumption and GHG emissions. In particular, the current thinking cited as “...the envelope becomes the most critical part when it comes to energy efficient buildings...”, or “...the centre of gravity is in the building envelope, energy equipment and performance monitoring and management”. (cit.E2B) On this subject, we need building envelopes with characteristics of material and equipment "differentiation" in relation to climate and environmental conditions in which it will be affected by. The study is to propose a research (in progress) which aim to establish of a pattern of intervention, which address the design choices towards elements of the building envelope with a strong interactive / adaptive component, focused on the integration between: Layers of envelope, Equipment and systems based on RES, and Building Management System’s approaches. In addition, we will define the modalities of "layering deferred" in relation to the building orientation and the different climatic periods. Our solution is to adopt BMS & BIM systems which monitoring the different environmental conditions creating in response a different reaction of the envelope and all other systems related (HVAC, cooling, heating, lighting, etc.), also RES Equipments. The objective of the experiment is to meet the requirements for improving the energy performance of buildings, developing a technical system able to: Compose in deferred layers sequence of opaque, translucent and transparent components for the passive control of heat flows; Layers and surfaces that can integrate plants for the production of photovoltaic and thermal energy; Layers that regulate the natural ventilation; Layers with high integration frame/glass. Similarly, the envelope layers react in synergistic-integrated and adaptive way to the different climatic conditions working in remote mode, ensuring high quality performance, in line with the energy efficiency targets set out by current regulations in the building industry.
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