F. Déqué, J. Noel, J.J. Roux
Bibliographic info:
Building Simulation, 7, 2001, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, p. 915-920

Sisley  is  an  open  software  that  uses  the  volume element method to model two-dimensional heat transfer problems under transient and steady-state conditions. It includes a powerful simulation engine coupled with  a  simple and  interactive  interface. It make it possible to generate dynamic equations of both physical and reduced models. This software is used to model conventional thermal bridges, as well as windows frames heat losses or specific walls (heated floor) and foundation. In this article we present  Sisley  software  trough  a  thermal  bridge application.