Detailed Dynamic Heat Transfer in Thick Brick Walls Typical of Lille Metropolis
1 HEI (Hautes Etudes d’Ingénieur), Catholic University, 59000, Lille, France
2 LGCgE (Laboratoire de Génie Civil et géo Environnement), 62000, Béthune, France
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The study of thermal transfer in old houses massive walls offers a big interest permitting the understanding of their specificities and the choice of a suitable material for their eventual insulation. We propose to study the thermal transfer in massive brick walls that characterize the Northern Europe old houses. To do so, we will begin by defining the thermal transfer mode: we proved that the transfer mode can be reduced to a unidirectional transfer. Then, an experimental wall is built and submitted to two different solicitation types (constant temperature in steady state mode and sinusoidal temperature) through a wooden insulated box containing a radiator. The interest of these solicitations is to determine the thermal properties of the wall: the steady-state regime permits to determine the thermal resistances of the system when the harmonic regime permits to determine the thermal capacities of the system.
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