Analysis of Experimental Measurements and Numerical Simulations of a Heat Field in the Light Weight Building Structure

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The paper analyses results of the experimental measurements and numerical simulations of the winter and summer temperature response in the light timber structure. In the article there is evaluated the suitability of using of the theoretical numerical methods for a thermal field prediction in a building structure exposed to non-stationary boundary conditions.

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Kamila Kotrasova and Eva Kormanikova

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33-38

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L. Lausova and I. Skotnicova, "Analysis of Experimental Measurements and Numerical Simulations of a Heat Field in the Light Weight Building Structure", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 969, pp. 33-38, 2014

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