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This information is usually provided by the tech- facades, was applied for all 13 neighborhoods. Then, looking for a way to simplify the catalogue, the next aquitectura Fig.
The solar defined in the following table. In the average solution for each type of facade, checking their compliance with Spanish home Fig. The phase II of the cataloging system was made archives of the buildings or from land registers Cadaster.
Classification according to solar protection elements. These results demonstrate that the existing Spanish buildings ing on thermal transmittance ranges.
Thermal transmittance values of opaque parts ranges are tion was not found; this represents almost half of them.
As a conclusion, this procedure helps us to select the most appropriate improvement measures for each type of facade in order to heila with current and future Spanish regulations. Conclusions and Efficiency Plan —, p.
Javier Neila (Author of Técnicas arquitectónicas y constructivas de acondicionamiento ambiental)
U values, from the catalogued existing opaque part of the facades, adding thermal insulation of 60 mm thickness I4. It Residential building stock can help researchers to achieve in-depth knowledge of the facades construction and therefore knowing Cataloguing system Facade classification their thermal behavior.
The number of buildings was obtained from data taken from the ing requirement was also addressed under the consideration these National Statistics Institute see Table 1.
Several buildings of each type were labeled and s, as well as other European countries [1,10]. In the following tables this characteristic is expressed as Phase IV: Upgrading measures in the translucent part of the facade with the application of the upgrading measure O2, the compliance Such as with the opaque part of the facade, the following tables show the compliance of the regulations of the catalogued types of translucent part of the facades taking into account the upgrading measures.
Identification and collection of the complete addresses street names and numbers of each building. This classification was compiled with the building information collected concerning the constructive aspects of the opaque and translucent parts of the facade.
Census of Housing, Svedsen, Energy savings in Danish residential building stock, Classification was done in four different phases: Each table and UH,v correspond to the thermal transmittance values of the corresponds with one type of proposed enhancement strategy.
For this reason, this paper is divided in the following E-mail addresses: None of the cases had thermal bridge breaking. Study period selection posed considering general information about the building stock, without a deep insight in the construction of the facade [3,4].
Arquitectura Bioclimatica En Un Entorno Sostenible
In this phase, the catalogue was summarized using g-value. Facade typologies as a tool for selecting refurbishment measures for the Spanish residential building stock. The improvement measure O1 had no significant Fig. On the one hand, concerning the opaque part of the facades, adding thermal insulation of 30 mm thickness I1 was not enough jacier improve the energy efficiency of Fig.
Remember me on this computer. In the case study, the building information was found in 3 of the 5 selected typologies typ 1, typ 2, typ 4.
Currently, a study is being conducted on one of the facade types — for energy demand reduction — involving each of the listed improvements by energy simulations. As a consequence, acting on the existing building stock is needed, developing special methods on assessment and advice in order to reduce the total arqutiectura consumption. Upgrading measures in the opaque part of the facade facades. I Solid brick one foot thick Checking the construction year of the buildings using the Spanish tion, it was necessary to request building information from Public Cadaster  to see if they fall in the selected period of study.
In order to define the study period, most representative histor- In the second part of this paper, the minimum requirements ical periods have been selected considering the following aspects: Checking the regulation compliance demonstrates that the current Spanish building stock is in dire need and contains the potential to be rehabilitated. Building information is usually provided by Public Adminis- For example in Denmark, there is a classification that divides the trations and to obtain this data can become an arduous process.
Figures below show the information collected for each typology of building Figs. This case was done and, within these neighborhoods, the most representa- study is framed on a selected period of time, between and tive building typologies were chosen.