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Research on Energy Consumption of Building Envelope in Desert Service Area—Taking Xinjiang Salt Lake Service Area as an Example

Ying Han1, Zheng Sun1, Yuwen Xue1,*, Zhenjie Long1, Dong Li2, Kun Li2

1College of Civil and Architectural Engineering, North China University of Science and Technology, Tangshan 063000, Hebei, China.

2Xinjiang Communication Planning Survey and Design Institute, Urumchi 830000, China.

*Corresponding author: Yuwen Xue

Published: January 12,2023

Abstract

With the development of the economy and society, the total energy consumption of buildings in service areas of desert areas is increasing. In this paper, energy consumption simulation and energy saving analyses were concluded on buildings in the Xinjiang Salt Lake service area. The simulated energy consumption of the outer wall, roof, and window is studied with DeST. It is concluded that the energy-saving effect of the insulation layers of external walls and roofs is getting smaller and smaller with the increase of thickness. The building heat load is affected by the heat transfer coefficient and sunshade coefficient of external windows at the same time. The economic thickness of the thermal insulation layer of the outer wall and the roof is calculated by using the software, which is 90mm and 110mm respectively. This paper provided energy-saving measures for buildings in desert highway service areas.

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How to cite this paper

Research on Energy Consumption of Building Envelope in Desert Service Area—Taking Xinjiang Salt Lake Service Area as an Example

How to cite this paper: Ying Han, Zheng Sun, Yuwen Xue, Zhenjie Long, Dong Li, Kun Li. (2022). Research on Energy Consumption of Building Envelope in Desert Service Area—Taking Xinjiang Salt Lake Service Area as an Example. Engineering Advances2(2), 168-174.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2022.12.005