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Local climate models for hygrothermal building component simulations

: Tanaka, Eri; Zirkelbach, Daniel

Grunewald, J. ; TU Dresden, Zentrum für Bauforschung, Institut für Bauklimatik:
CESBP Central European Symposium on Building Physics and BauSIM 2016. Proceedings : September 14-16, 2016, Dresden, Germany
Stuttgart: Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2016
ISBN: 978-3-8167-9798-2
Central European Symposium on Buildings Physics (CESBP) <2016, Dresden>
BauSIM Konferenz <2016, Dresden>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IBP ()

In many cases the direct surroundings of a building show a bigger influence on the hygrothermal conditions in a component than the regional climate. Although there are already some models, which adapt for example the temperature of reference climate data to a location in a city considering the heat island effect, other models are required to adjust climate elements like humidity and driving rain as well as short and longwave radiation loads. Furthermore exposures like mountains or near waters should be considered. Therefore local climate models have been developed based on measured data in Germany, allowing for simple adaption factors to take into account the local climate influence on the hygrothermal condition in a building component.