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Vol. 173, Issue 6, June 2014, pp. 132-143

 

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Using STIM in Concrete to Evaluate the Varying Thermal Insulation Efficiency of Roof Materials
Caused by Climatic Factors in Taiwan
 

Chih-Yuan Chang

No. 100, Wenhwa Rd., Seatwen, Taichung 40724, Taiwan.
Tel.: +886-4-24517250, ext.3130 or 2370, fax: +886-4-24516982

E-mail: rchang@fcu.edu.tw

 

Received: 12 May 2014 /Accepted: 16 June 2014 /Published: 30 June 2014

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems

 

Abstract: The adoption of thermal insulation materials on roofs reduces the air-conditioning energy consumption of a building. However, an appropriate energy-saving envelope method must be adopted to achieve optimal hot climate control. The development of this method depends on the climate of the building’s location, and cannot be based on the envelope method used by other climate regions for hot climate control. In this study, research was conducted in Taiwan, a subtropical region. The smart temperature information material (STIM) developed by the researchers of this study was adopted and embedded in 5 reinforced concrete roof slab models (one control group and four experimental groups). The changes in temperature were monitored for 1 year. Subsequently, this study analyzed the effects that climatic factors (e.g., weather, seasons, and day/night) have on the efficiency of various thermal insulation materials used in Taiwan (i.e., sod roofs, Polystyrene(PS) insulating brick, painted corrugated sheets, and heat insulation paint).

 

Keywords: Climate, Sensor, Insulation material, Energy-saving, Roof.

 

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