Computational and the real energy performance of a single-family residential building in Poland – an attempt to compare: a case study

The paper presents energy use for heating and ventilation (one of the energy performance components) determined in three ways. A case of a single family building located near Wroclaw in Poland is analyzed. The first and the second variant are both computational and the third presents actual measured... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Kowalski Piotr verfasserin
Weitere Personen: Szałański Paweł verfasserin
Quelle: In E3S Web of Conferences (01.01.2017)
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