Course Details

# Selected Chapters from Building Physics (R)

CH011 course is part of 1 study plan

N-P-C-SI (N) / R Winter Semester 1st year

Energy conscious concept requires the design of building constructions with respect of their thermal properties, evaluation of indoor thermal comfort and energy efficiency of buildings. Windows and transparent parts of buildings are designed on the basis of hygro-thermal, acoustic and daylighting assessments to satisfy the low-energy concept of the whole building. Introduction to solving basic equation of stress analysis and introduction to basics of fracture mechanics with respect to structural materials: plain/reinforced concrete, high strength/performance concrete, ceramics, metals.

Course Guarantor

Institute

Objective

Construction must be design for so that not happen to rise of the Fundamentals in thermal evaluation of buildings. Design of building constructions with respect of thermal insulation requirements. Evaluation of thermal comfort and energy efficiency of buildings. Summary of basic requirements for buildings and their constructions from thermal, acoustic and visual comfort point of view. Introduction to solving basic equation of stress analysis and introduction to basics of fracture mechanics with respect to typical structural materials.

Knowledge

Student will be able to design construction to rise of the Fundamentals in thermal evaluation of buildings. Design of building constructions with respect of thermal insulation requirements. Evaluation of thermal comfort and energy efficiency of buildings. Introduction to solving basic equation of stress analysis and introduction to basics of fracture mechanics with respect to typical structural materials.

Syllabus

1. Thermal comfort in buildings, heat transfer, thermal properties of building materials.
2. Steady state thermal evaluations. Heat transfer through building constructions. Calculation of the overall heat transfer coefficient. Thermal bridges in building constructions. Temperature distribution in building constructions – temperature profiles. 3. Determination of the condensation region within building constructions. Annual balance of evaporated and condensed vapour within building constructions.
4. Non-steady state thermal conditions, temperature damping of building constructions. Thermal receptivity of floor finishings. Thermal stability of the reference room.
5. Energy saving requirements for buildings. Evaluation of energy efficiency of buildings.
6. Basic terminology and quantities of building acoustics, sound propagation, sonic field. Air-borne and structure-borne sound reduction.
7. Daylighting, sky luminance, daylight factor assessment of a room.
8. Plane stress analysis.
9. Application of Airy stress function to solving of basic equations of linear stress analysis, approximate methods.
10. Fracture mechanics – introduction, linear elastic fracture mechanics.
11. Non-linear fracture mechanics. Approximate methods of non-linear fracture.
12. Fracture parameters – methods od determination. Brittleness, size effect.
13. Using of finite element methods in solution of fracture mechanics problems; application to structural materials: plain/reinforced concrete, high strength/performance concrete, ceramics, metals.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of mathematics, knowledge of the fundamental physical constants and thermal properties of building materials, the emergence of sound, basic concepts of wave, the physical parameters of sound, the sound field variables, basic photometry, basic concepts of the theory of elasticity - stress, principal stress, strain, relative strain, Hooke&apos;s law.

Language of instruction

Czech

Credits

3 credits

Semester

winter

Forms and criteria of assessment

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

Not to offer

Course on BUT site

Lecture

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Syllabus

1. Thermal comfort in buildings, heat transfer, thermal properties of building materials. 2. Steady state thermal evaluations. Heat transfer through building constructions. Calculation of the overall heat transfer coefficient. Thermal bridges in building constructions. Temperature distribution in building constructions – temperature profiles. 3. Determination of the condensation region within building constructions. Annual balance of evaporated and condensed vapour within building constructions. 4. Non-steady state thermal conditions, temperature damping of building constructions. Thermal receptivity of floor finishings. Thermal stability of the reference room. 5. Energy saving requirements for buildings. Evaluation of energy efficiency of buildings. 6. Basic terminology and quantities of building acoustics, sound propagation, sonic field. Air-borne and structure-borne sound reduction. 7. Daylighting, sky luminance, daylight factor assessment of a room. 8. Plane stress analysis. 9. Application of Airy stress function to solving of basic equations of linear stress analysis, approximate methods. 10. Fracture mechanics – introduction, linear elastic fracture mechanics. 11. Non-linear fracture mechanics. Approximate methods of non-linear fracture. 12. Fracture parameters – methods od determination. Brittleness, size effect. 13. Using of finite element methods in solution of fracture mechanics problems; application to structural materials: plain/reinforced concrete, high strength/performance concrete, ceramics, metals.

Exercise

13 weeks, 1 hours/week, compulsory

Syllabus

1. Thermal comfort in buildings, heat transfer, thermal properties of building materials. 2. Steady state thermal evaluations. Heat transfer through building constructions. Calculation of the overall heat transfer coefficient. Thermal bridges in building constructions. Temperature distribution in building constructions – temperature profiles. 3. Determination of the condensation region within building constructions. Annual balance of evaporated and condensed vapour within building constructions. 4. Non-steady state thermal conditions, temperature damping of building constructions. Thermal receptivity of floor finishings. Thermal stability of the reference room. 5. Energy saving requirements for buildings. Evaluation of energy efficiency of buildings. 6. Basic terminology and quantities of building acoustics, sound propagation, sonic field. Air-borne and structure-borne sound reduction. 7. Daylighting, sky luminance, daylight factor assessment of a room. 8. Plane stress analysis. 9. Application of Airy stress function to solving of basic equations of linear stress analysis, approximate methods. 10. Fracture mechanics – introduction, linear elastic fracture mechanics. 11. Non-linear fracture mechanics. Approximate methods of non-linear fracture. 12. Fracture parameters – methods od determination. Brittleness, size effect. 13. Using of finite element methods in solution of fracture mechanics problems; application to structural materials: plain/reinforced concrete, high strength/performance concrete, ceramics, metals.