Study on Comparison of Window-set U-value Chamber test and Simulation Modeled by Multiple Simulators

 
 
 
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    The This research is to offer basic data to establish process to draw more consistent and accurate simulation result value by analyzing error rate of U-Value between simulators of the same model. This study examined an error of interpretation value occurred between simulators of total 13 window-set cases, and investigated a difference between U-Value by test and U-Value by simulation. Simulation value of simulator 3 is somewhat different from that of Simulator 1 and 2, but there is no great difference of simulation value between simulators. Irrespective of simulators, test value of U-Value of most data is greater than simulation value of U-Value. Especially, in case of few windows, there is a great error between test and simulation values.

     


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    U-value, Window Thermal test, Thermal simulation, Simulator, Window Frame

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Article ID: 19037
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.7.19037




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