Roof-integrated radiative air-cooling system to achieve cooler attic for building energy saving

Volume: 203, Pages: 109453 - 109453
Published: Nov 1, 2019
Abstract
The building attic usually subjects to substantial solar heat gain and has much higher temperature compared to the conditioned living space during the day, especially in summer and in hot areas. Reducing attic temperature can reduce cooling energy consumption in buildings. However, conventional techniques such as cool roof or attic ventilation, suffer from either heating penalty in winter or limited attic temperature reduction. In this work, a...
Paper Details
Title
Roof-integrated radiative air-cooling system to achieve cooler attic for building energy saving
Published Date
Nov 1, 2019
Volume
203
Pages
109453 - 109453
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