Recordings from the EBC Webinar of November 9th

The recordings and the slides of the recent EBC Webinar "Building Energy Efficiency and Indoor Air Quality – Building Energy Codes, Data Utilization for Improving Energy Efficiency, and Air Cleaning" are now available online at: https://www.aivc.org/event/9-november-2021-webinar-building-energy-efficiency-and-indoor-air-quality-building-energy

English

IN-SITE EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY-SAVING PERFORMANCE FOR SOLAR-CONTROL FILM ON SINGLE WINDOW GLASS

The energy performance of solar-control film on single window glass is analyzed through in-siteexperiment measurement. The solar optical properties and the heat transfer characteristics of theglazing with solar-control film are discussed in detail. An experiment was carried out to compare theenergy consumption and day lighting level between two hotel guest rooms with and without solarcontrolfilm. The theoretical and experimental results have a good agreement in the energy saved bysolar-control film.

Evaluation of energy efficiency options for the water and air side of HVAC systems

EECCAC is an EU funded project, where twelve participants (National Energy Agencies, Manufacturers, University laboratories and Electric utilities) from eight countries gathered to identify the most suitable measures to achieve market transformation in the direction of energy efficiency of central air conditioning systems in Europe. Within the project, some energy efficiency options (EEO) have been analysed, and a summary is presented in this paper. After setting some starting points for building, climate and simulation engine, we will present the list of HVAC system EEO covered.