CASE STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF THE STRUCTURE AND THICKNESS OF THE THERMAL ENVELOPE ON THE ENERGY CLASS OF THE INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSING

Authors

  • Igor Tucaković
  • Marina Nikolić Topalović
  • Tanja Trkulja

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7251/STP2014142T

Abstract

The aim of the research is to obtain optimal ranges of thermal envelope for the desired energy classes, which will contribute to a more economical and rational approach to the design of buildings, as well as to prove that with the increase of thermal envelope there is an increase of the energy class. The model on which the research was formed and applied is a typical semi-detached house in Belgrade. By comparing the results of the reference family house, the framework parameters for the satisfaction of a certain energy class have been formed, based on the fulfillment of the energy efficiency requirements established by national regulations.

Published

2020-06-10