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Energikloka hus i Järinge - energiteknisk uppföljning

Alvén, Nicholas and Softic, Zlatan (2009)
Civil Engineering - Architecture (BSc)
Abstract
Energy-wise houses in Järinge - technical follow-up The company JM built energy-efficient houses in Tensta in Stockholm. They have built a total of 16 houses divided into two parts of A-houses and B-houses. The buildings are an attempt by JM to minimize energy-use of the buildings without affecting the comfort and living standards. The project aims to examine the data for the 16 houses on the basis of data and produce a report showing how the buildings worked through a technical perspective. JM approximates that the purchased energy will not be higher than 95 kWh/m2 per year. Data-reading has been done every hour. After the period, we received data in two different Excel files. We have then created images of data in a matlab program. Our... (More)
Energy-wise houses in Järinge - technical follow-up The company JM built energy-efficient houses in Tensta in Stockholm. They have built a total of 16 houses divided into two parts of A-houses and B-houses. The buildings are an attempt by JM to minimize energy-use of the buildings without affecting the comfort and living standards. The project aims to examine the data for the 16 houses on the basis of data and produce a report showing how the buildings worked through a technical perspective. JM approximates that the purchased energy will not be higher than 95 kWh/m2 per year. Data-reading has been done every hour. After the period, we received data in two different Excel files. We have then created images of data in a matlab program. Our results for the first quarter of 2008 demonstrated that A-houses have an average of about 27 kWh/m² excluding domestic electricity and about 38 kh/m² including domestic electricity. The climate during winter requires a larger indoor heating because of the cold climate outdoors, and therefore the energy consumed in that period will be greater. If we see our results as a quarter of the total, the houses are likely to meet the requirement. (Less)
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author
Alvén, Nicholas and Softic, Zlatan
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type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
energikloka hus, energianvändning, Building construction, Byggnadsteknik
language
Swedish
id
1352897
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2009-03-12 00:00:00
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  abstract     = {Energy-wise houses in Järinge - technical follow-up The company JM built energy-efficient houses in Tensta in Stockholm. They have built a total of 16 houses divided into two parts of A-houses and B-houses. The buildings are an attempt by JM to minimize energy-use of the buildings without affecting the comfort and living standards. The project aims to examine the data for the 16 houses on the basis of data and produce a report showing how the buildings worked through a technical perspective. JM approximates that the purchased energy will not be higher than 95 kWh/m2 per year. Data-reading has been done every hour. After the period, we received data in two different Excel files. We have then created images of data in a matlab program. Our results for the first quarter of 2008 demonstrated that A-houses have an average of about 27 kWh/m² excluding domestic electricity and about 38 kh/m² including domestic electricity. The climate during winter requires a larger indoor heating because of the cold climate outdoors, and therefore the energy consumed in that period will be greater. If we see our results as a quarter of the total, the houses are likely to meet the requirement.},
  author       = {Alvén, Nicholas and Softic, Zlatan},
  keyword      = {energikloka hus,energianvändning,Building construction,Byggnadsteknik},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Energikloka hus i Järinge - energiteknisk uppföljning},
  year         = {2009},
}