Review article

Numerical simulation of heat transfer process through insulated and non-insulated floor

UDC: 

697.12

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2018-15-2-155-160

Pages: 

155-160

Annotation: 

In production premises, traditionally non-insulated floors laid on the ground are used. As a result, despite the use of modern heating systems and principles of airflow control, the temperature in the immediate vicinity of the floor surface is much lower than the norm in the work area. This temperature situation determines a significant temperature gradient in this zone and throughout the premises, which reduces the effectiveness of microclimate provision systems and energy-saving measures. The article presents the data of numerical experiment on the study of heat transfer through non-insulated floors laid on the ground and in the presence of an insulating layer in a production premise with sources of heat emission.

Authors: 

Averyanov V. K. JSC «Gazprom Promgaz»

Ulyasheva V. M. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Ryabev G. A. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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