Heat and Moisture Transfer in Environmental Engineering (E161051)

Katedra: | ústav techniky prostředí (12116) | ||

Zkratka: | Schválen: | 27.02.2017 | |

Platí do: | ?? | Rozsah: | 2P+1C |

Semestr: | * | Kredity: | 4 |

Zakončení: | Z,ZK | Jazyk výuky: | EN |

Anotace

Theoretical fundamentals of heat and moisture transfer and their application in environmental engineering.

· Stationary and non-stationary heat conduction.

· Heat transfer by convection, classification of heat convection cases, natural convection currents in enclosed

spaces.

· Heat transfer modelling, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Heat transfer by radiation, spectral and directional properties of surfaces and heat radiation.

· Heat flow in an enclosed system of diffuse grey surfaces, mean radiant temperature in a room.

· Solar radiation, direct and diffuse irradiation of the building, radiation of the Earth and building towards the sky.

· Combined heat transfer – heat transfer through wall, heat loss from piping and heat storage tanks.

· Outdoor climatic conditions, design conditions, characteristic curves.

· Heat transfer through opaque building structures, sol-air temperature, heat accumulation effect.

· Heat transfer through translucent building structures, thermal and optical properties of glazing.

· Moisture transfer by diffusion and convection, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Moisture transfer in air and building structures.

· Combined heat and moisture transfer, analogy between heat and mass transfer by diffusion and convection, wetbulb

thermometer temperature.

· Stationary and non-stationary heat conduction.

· Heat transfer by convection, classification of heat convection cases, natural convection currents in enclosed

spaces.

· Heat transfer modelling, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Heat transfer by radiation, spectral and directional properties of surfaces and heat radiation.

· Heat flow in an enclosed system of diffuse grey surfaces, mean radiant temperature in a room.

· Solar radiation, direct and diffuse irradiation of the building, radiation of the Earth and building towards the sky.

· Combined heat transfer – heat transfer through wall, heat loss from piping and heat storage tanks.

· Outdoor climatic conditions, design conditions, characteristic curves.

· Heat transfer through opaque building structures, sol-air temperature, heat accumulation effect.

· Heat transfer through translucent building structures, thermal and optical properties of glazing.

· Moisture transfer by diffusion and convection, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Moisture transfer in air and building structures.

· Combined heat and moisture transfer, analogy between heat and mass transfer by diffusion and convection, wetbulb

thermometer temperature.

Vyučující

Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.

Zimní 2022/2023

Ing. Martin Barták Ph.D.

Zimní 2021/2022

Osnova

Theoretical fundamentals of heat and moisture transfer and their application in environmental engineering.

· Stationary and non-stationary heat conduction.

· Heat transfer by convection, classification of heat convection cases, natural convection currents in enclosed

spaces.

· Heat transfer modelling, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Heat transfer by radiation, spectral and directional properties of surfaces and heat radiation.

· Heat flow in an enclosed system of diffuse grey surfaces, mean radiant temperature in a room.

· Solar radiation, direct and diffuse irradiation of the building, radiation of the Earth and building towards the sky.

· Combined heat transfer – heat transfer through wall, heat loss from piping and heat storage tanks.

· Outdoor climatic conditions, design conditions, characteristic curves.

· Heat transfer through opaque building structures, sol-air temperature, heat accumulation effect.

· Heat transfer through translucent building structures, thermal and optical properties of glazing.

· Moisture transfer by diffusion and convection, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Moisture transfer in air and building structures.

· Combined heat and moisture transfer, analogy between heat and mass transfer by diffusion and convection, wetbulb

thermometer temperature.

· Stationary and non-stationary heat conduction.

· Heat transfer by convection, classification of heat convection cases, natural convection currents in enclosed

spaces.

· Heat transfer modelling, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Heat transfer by radiation, spectral and directional properties of surfaces and heat radiation.

· Heat flow in an enclosed system of diffuse grey surfaces, mean radiant temperature in a room.

· Solar radiation, direct and diffuse irradiation of the building, radiation of the Earth and building towards the sky.

· Combined heat transfer – heat transfer through wall, heat loss from piping and heat storage tanks.

· Outdoor climatic conditions, design conditions, characteristic curves.

· Heat transfer through opaque building structures, sol-air temperature, heat accumulation effect.

· Heat transfer through translucent building structures, thermal and optical properties of glazing.

· Moisture transfer by diffusion and convection, similitude criteria, criterion equations.

· Moisture transfer in air and building structures.

· Combined heat and moisture transfer, analogy between heat and mass transfer by diffusion and convection, wetbulb

thermometer temperature.

Osnova cvičení

Heat transfer by conduction in plane and cylidrical wall; natural and forced convection; similarity and dimensionless correlations for convective heat transfer; heat radaition; solar radiation on opaque and transparent walls; combined heat transfer; heat exchangers.

Literatura

Hens, H. Building Physics – Heat, Air and Moisture: Fundamentals and Engineering Methods with Examples and

Excersises. Berlin: Enrst & Sohn, 2012. 315 s. ISBN 978-3433030271.

Lienhard IV J.H. and Lienhard V J.H. A Heat Transfer Textbook, 4th ed. Cambridge, MA : Phlogiston Press,

2018. 755 pp. [e-book ver. 2.12].

Excersises. Berlin: Enrst & Sohn, 2012. 315 s. ISBN 978-3433030271.

Lienhard IV J.H. and Lienhard V J.H. A Heat Transfer Textbook, 4th ed. Cambridge, MA : Phlogiston Press,

2018. 755 pp. [e-book ver. 2.12].