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|Title:||A study of the effectiveness of passive climate control in naturally ventilated residential buildings in Singapore|
|Authors:||Wong, N.H. |
|Keywords:||Passive climate control|
|Citation:||Wong, N.H., Li, S. (2007). A study of the effectiveness of passive climate control in naturally ventilated residential buildings in Singapore. Building and Environment 42 (3) : 1395-1405. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2005.11.032|
|Abstract:||Singapore has the hot and humid climate throughout the year. Many passive climate control methods are adopted in the naturally ventilated residential buildings to help achieve thermal comfort and reduce the energy consumption of air-conditioning. A field measurement and computational energy simulations were conducted to examine the effectiveness of commonly used passive climate control methods for these buildings. The effect of building orientation, façade construction, special roof system and window shading device on indoor thermal environment and cooling load was studied. The surface temperature of external wall and indoor thermal environment was measured to analyze the façade thermal performance. The cooling load was simulated to evaluate the effectiveness of various passive climate methods. Using the special roof system as thermal buffer is the most efficient method to reduce the room cooling load. © 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
|Source Title:||Building and Environment|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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