An Experimental Study on XPS and Insulation Paint in Buildings

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Show simple item record Öziç, Ibrahim Hakkı Kaplan, Hasan Güven, Hüseyin Baş, Enis 2016-06-03T12:25:23Z 2016-06-03T12:25:23Z 2016-05
dc.description.abstract The depletion of energy resources consumed in all areas of daily life, the introduction of new energy sources, energy savings, research for the efficient use of energy became a priority. Made of thermal insulation for energy efficiency in buildings also has been made compulsory by the relevant standards. For energy efficiency; What kind of project would be implemented in an insulation material should be decided on and implemented in the construction phase. Thermal insulation materials used in building and developing diversity is increasing day by day. Containing ceramic thermal insulation coatings developed recently was able to take part in practice. There are lots of uncertainty since the new method found. Thermal performance of thermal insulation material widely used industry newcomer XPS heat insulation coating material made under this study is to shed light on these doubts were compared experimentally. Three model building was produced as a testing apparatus which has 2x2m2 floor area and 2.5m height. One of the models is applied no insulation to make reference. One of the other models; 5 cm thick thermal insulation made using the XPS, the other heat-insulating coating material is applied. Temperature changes in all models in a first stage of the experiment were recorded at 10 min intervals for 10 days. In the second step of the test series, the same power in all models was heated for 5 hours between 19:20 to 00:20 hours heat sources placed, then allowed to cool. External environment and temperature variations of the model were followed by periods of 10 minutes and recorded. As a result of experimental studies; XPS heat insulation thermal performance while expected, the model does not apply any paint applied to insulated thermal insulation of the model; led to nearly the same thermal performance values. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.subject Insulation en_US
dc.subject XPS en_US
dc.subject Insulating Paint en_US
dc.subject Transfer of temperature en_US
dc.subject Thermal Performance en_US
dc.title An Experimental Study on XPS and Insulation Paint in Buildings en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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    3rd International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering

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