Paper Conference

Proceedings of Building Simulation 2021: 17th Conference of IBPSA

     

Energy performance of ETICS integrated with flexible photovoltaic panel

Dariusz Heim 1, Anna Wieprzkowicz 1, Dominika Knera 1, Simo Ilomets 2, Targo Kalamees 2, Zdeno Spitalsky 3
1 Lodz University of Technology, Poland
2 Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
3 Polymer Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia


DOI: https://doi.org/10.26868/25222708.2021.30194
Abstract: The main goal of the paper was to numerically analyse the thermal performance of the new developed Energy Activated External Thermal Insulation Composite System (En-ActivETICS) as well as electricity production. The analyses were done using the coupled power flow method (thermal and electrical) for 20 locations in Europe. All locations were analysed considering the local climate in the context of building performance simulation as well as electricity production. The obtained results allowed to determine a future performance of En-ActivETICS, as well as the risk of overheating during exploitation. Based on the simulation results, it is also possible to propose some strategies for system protection, e.g., phase change material application, or heat extraction. Regarding the maximum temperature in case of accelerated thermal ageing, it can be concluded that in analysed locations this effect can be omitted. However, the efficiency of electricity production can be improved by lowering the surface temperature in the range of the year.
Keywords: building facade, solar energy, thermal inertia, electrical power, climate classification
Pages: 64 - 71
Paper:
bs2021_30194