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passive solar buildings report
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passive solar buildings

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passive solar heating and cooling represents an important strategy for displacing traditional energy sources in buildings. passive solar techniques make use of the steady supply of solar energy by means of building designs that carefully balance their energy requirements with the building's site and window orientation. the term passive indicates that no additional mechanical equipment is used, other than the normal building elements. in this approach, the building itself or some element of it takes advantage of natural energy characteristics in materials and air created by exposure to the sun. passive systems are simple, have few moving parts, and require minimal maintenance and require no mechanical systems. all solar gains are brought in through windows. all passive techniques use building elements such as walls, windows, floors and roofs, in addition to exterior building elements and landscaping, to control heat generated by solar radiation. solar heating designs collect and store thermal energy from direct sunlight. passive cooling minimizes the effects of solar radiation through shading or generating airflows with convection ventilation. the benefits of using passive solar techniques include simplicity, price and the design elegance of fulfilling one's needs with materials at hand.
as a design approach, passive solar design can take many forms. it can be integrated to greater or lesser degrees in a building. key considerations regarding passive design are determined by the characteristics of the building site. the most effective designs are based on specific understanding of a building site's wind patterns, terrain, vegetation, solar exposure and other factors often requiring professional architectural services. however, a basic understanding of these issues can have a significant effect on the energy performance of a building. . .
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passive solar building project report report
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(02-02-2013, 10:40 AM)project girl Wrote: passive solar buildings

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passive solar heating and cooling represents an important strategy for displacing traditional energy sources in buildings. passive solar techniques make use of the steady supply of solar energy by means of building designs that carefully balance their energy requirements with the building's site and window orientation. the term passive indicates that no additional mechanical equipment is used, other than the normal building elements. in this approach, the building itself or some element of it takes advantage of natural energy characteristics in materials and air created by exposure to the sun. passive systems are simple, have few moving parts, and require minimal maintenance and require no mechanical systems. all solar gains are brought in through windows. all passive techniques use building elements such as walls, windows, floors and roofs, in addition to exterior building elements and landscaping, to control heat generated by solar radiation. solar heating designs collect and store thermal energy from direct sunlight. passive cooling minimizes the effects of solar radiation through shading or generating airflows with convection ventilation. the benefits of using passive solar techniques include simplicity, price and the design elegance of fulfilling one's needs with materials at hand.
as a design approach, passive solar design can take many forms. it can be integrated to greater or lesser degrees in a building. key considerations regarding passive design are determined by the characteristics of the building site. the most effective designs are based on specific understanding of a building site's wind patterns, terrain, vegetation, solar exposure and other factors often requiring professional architectural services. however, a basic understanding of these issues can have a significant effect on the energy performance of a building. . .

(10-19-2013, 08:00 AM)Guest Wrote: hello,
will you please send it to my email id because there is no downloading link seen, my email id is [email protected]
thank you.
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In the design of passive solar buildings, windows, walls and floors are made to collect, store and distribute solar energy in the form of heat in the winter and reject solar heat in the summer. This is called passive solar design because, unlike active solar heating systems, it does not involve the use of mechanical and electrical devices.


The key to designing a passive solar building is to make the most of the local climate by performing a precise site analysis. The elements to be considered include the placement and size of the window, and the type of glazing, thermal insulation, thermal mass and shading. Passive solar design techniques can be applied more easily to new buildings, but existing buildings can be adapted or "adapted".

Passive solar technologies use sunlight without active mechanical systems (in contrast to active solar energy). These technologies convert sunlight into useful heat (in water, air and thermal mass), cause air movements for ventilation or future use, with little use of other energy sources. A common example is a solarium on the equator side of a building. Passive cooling is the use of the same design principles to reduce cooling requirements during the summer.

Some passive systems use a small amount of conventional energy to control dampers, shutters, night insulation and other devices that improve the collection, storage and use of solar energy, and reduce undesirable heat transfer.

Passive solar technologies include direct and indirect solar gain for space heating, solar water heating systems based on thermosyphon, use of thermal mass and phase change materials to slow down indoor air temperature, solar cookers, the solar chimney for improve natural ventilation and protection of the earth.

More broadly, passive solar technologies include the solar furnace, but this typically requires some external energy to align their concentration mirrors or receivers, and historically they have not proven to be practical or cost-effective for widespread use. The 'low-grade' energy needs, such as space and water heating, have proven over time to be better applications for the passive use of solar energy.
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