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Energy-efficient multistory apartment building in Moscow

Tabunschikov Y., Brodatch M., 2003
ventilation | control | energy efficiency | heat pump | heat recovery | heating
Bibliographic info: The 4th international conference on Cold Climat HVAC, Trondheim, Norway, June 16-18, 2003, Paper 8 , pp 7, 10 Fig., 1 Tab, 4 Ref.
Languages: English

The new perspective technology in building heat supply and climatisation, are given in this paper. The main energy-saving solutions are following: architectural and layout design taking into account the influence of solar radiation and wind direction; high thermal insulation of building envelope and glazing; mechanical supply-and-exhaust ventilation systems for each flat; Ground heat and exhaust air heat recovery for hot water supply; doublepipe heating system for each flat, horizontal, equipped with flat heat meters and thermostatic valves installed at each room heater. The results achieved in this project: decrease energy consumption - 40% under construction cost increase 10%


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