In this paper, the advanced use of HAMLab (Heat, Air & Moisture simulation Laboratory) on Common Exercise 1 (CE1) is given. The aim to show more capabilities of HAMLab compared with paper [TUE Oct 2004 Paper A41-T1-Nl-04-4]. The first Section presents a comparison between the post processing approach and a full coupling between HAMBase and FemLab. It seems that the post processing approach can be applied in this case. Section 2 shows how the 1D FemLab model can be extended to 2D and 3D. Section 3 shows the results of a parameter study. A preliminary conclusion is that non-material based parameters as mentioned in Section 3.1, whose values are uncertain in reality, have a great impact on the Rh of the indoor air. Appendix A contains the complete mfiles for used S-Function of the full coupling model of Section 1. Appendix B contains the complete mfile for 2D extension of the roof. Appendix C contains the complete mfile for 3D extension of the roof.
|Title of host publication||Whole building heat, air and moisture transfer : IEA ECBCS Annex 41, working meeting, Trondheim, October 2005|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
|Event||Whole building heat, air and moisture transfer : IEA ECBCS Annex 41, 4th working meeting, Trondheim - |
Duration: 26 Oct 2005 → 28 Oct 2005
|Conference||Whole building heat, air and moisture transfer : IEA ECBCS Annex 41, 4th working meeting, Trondheim|
|Period||26/10/05 → 28/10/05|