Spong3d : 3D printed facade system enabling movable fluid heat storage

V. Sarakinioti, M. Turrin, M. Teeling, P. De Ruiter, M. Van Erk, M. Tenpierik, T. Konstantinou, U. Knaack, A.D.C. Pronk, P.M. Teuffel, Arthur J. van Lier, Rens L.G. Vorstermans, E. Dolkemade, M.L. de Klijn, R.C.G.M. Loonen, J.L.M. Hensen, D. Vlasblom

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Spong3D is an adaptive 3D printed facade system that integrates multiple functions to optimize thermal performances according to the different environmental conditions throughout the year. The proposed system incorporates air cavities to provide thermal insulation and a movable liquid (water plus additives) to provide heat storage where and whenever needed. The air cavities have various dimensions and are located in the inner part of the system. The movable liquid provides heat storage as it flows through channels located along the outer surfaces of the system (on the indoor and outdoor faces of the façade). Together, the composition of the channels and the cavities form a complex structure, integrating multiple functions into a singular component, which can only be produced by using an Additive Manufacturing (AM; like 3D printing) technology.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)57-60
JournalSpool
Volume4
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2017

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Facades
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cavity
3D printers
Fluids
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Thermal insulation
Liquids
Air
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printing technology
air
manufacturing
Chemical analysis
environmental conditions
environmental factors
Water
water

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Sarakinioti, V., Turrin, M., Teeling, M., De Ruiter, P., Van Erk, M., Tenpierik, M., ... Vlasblom, D. (2017). Spong3d : 3D printed facade system enabling movable fluid heat storage. Spool, 4(2), 57-60. https://doi.org/10.7480/spool.2017.2.1929
Sarakinioti, V. ; Turrin, M. ; Teeling, M. ; De Ruiter, P. ; Van Erk, M. ; Tenpierik, M. ; Konstantinou, T. ; Knaack, U. ; Pronk, A.D.C. ; Teuffel, P.M. ; van Lier, Arthur J. ; Vorstermans, Rens L.G. ; Dolkemade, E. ; de Klijn, M.L. ; Loonen, R.C.G.M. ; Hensen, J.L.M. ; Vlasblom, D. / Spong3d : 3D printed facade system enabling movable fluid heat storage. In: Spool. 2017 ; Vol. 4, No. 2. pp. 57-60.
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