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Research and methodological principles of building efficiency assurance using efficient heat supply and thermal protection systems

Work number - M 37 AWARDED

Presented Zaporizhzhya National University

Cheilytko A.O., Koshlak H.V., Nedbailo O.M., Bilous I.Yu.

The purpose of study is to ensure the building efficiency by improvement of existing and developing the latest technologies of heat supply and thermal protection of buildings, as well as methods of energy efficiency assessment at changing environmental characteristics. The purpose of study is achieved through development of the scientific basis for a synergistic combination of energy, environmental and economic parameters of building heat supply and thermal protection systems.

The authors have developed theoretical and technological principles of energy and environmental efficiency of building heat supply and thermal protection systems by the example of public facilities; have proposed scientific principles for production of building and heat-insulating materials with predicted thermophysical characteristics; have proposed methodological principles and developed three-dimensional non-stationary mathematical models to determine the energy performance of buildings as energy systems.

The study results are of great practical significance:

 - optimum depths of temperature drop during off-hours and indices of intermittent heating efficiency of public buildings have been determined, the prediction scheme of its parameters has been proposed based on multi-factor dynamic regression models of building thermal condition;

- scientific and methodological principles for development of high-quality components for building thermal protection and environmentally safe multi-purpose heat insulation structures have been proposed;

- engineering nomogram method to determine thermal engineering parameters of the water heating system has been developed, it is able to provide the thermal conditions of premises according to sanitary and hygienic requirements.

The scientific and technical results and implementation experience, obtained by the author's team allow us to recommend the study as a basis for development of DBN and GOST of Ukraine, regulating the design and further use of technical solutions.

Number of publications: 186 scientific works, of which 17 - monographs, 107 - in periodical specialized editions (29 of which - in publications included in Scopus database and 25 - in foreign editions), 1 copyright registration certificate for a scientific work was issued. Total citations: 101 according to Scopus databases and 341 according to Google Scholar. h-index = 7 according to Scopus and 7 - according to Google Scholar (by the highest indices of one author).