Analysis of Anshan existing residential building exterior wall energy saving reconstruction

Yuze Tian; Yang Yu
August 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 1004-1005, p1565
Academic Journal
This paper introduces the present situation of existing residential building energy saving reconstruction of Anshan area, the result of the analysis is that the renovation of retaining structure is the key of the reconstruction of existing residential buildings of Anshan. Exterior wall area ratio of the total area of the building envelope accounts for quite large, so transformation of exterior wall is the key. Energy saving wall approach divided into external wall insulation and exterior insulation. Analysis of energy-saving measures by the external wall insulation, and the external wall of a residential district in Anshan city and analysis of thermal insulation and energy saving renovation case, better energy-saving effect, energy saving measures of external economy more external insulation, the region has provided the reference and basis transformation of external wall energy-saving residence building.


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