Modeling Two- and Three- Dimensional heat Transfer Through Composite Wall and Roof Assemblies in Transient Energy Simulation Programs (1145-TRP)


Part II: Results

Wood Stud 3.5 24oc

2x6 wood ; 5.5 wood stud 24oc

Corner: 2x4 wood (3.5 wood stud 16oc)

Window Header: 2x4 wood; 3.5 wood stud 16oc

Foundation: 3.5 wood stud 16oc

3.5 wall/roof wood stud 16oc

ICF wall: Polysteel 03 with finish

thmass 02 metal connectors

thmass 01 plastic connectors

Steel stud wall: 3.5 stud 16GA 24oc 15 flangs

2x4 steel stud wall(corner)

2x4 steel stud wall(window header)

Wall/floor: 2x4 steel stud wall R-11 insulation

Wall/roof: 2x4 steel stud wall with R-11 insulation

-2x4 steel stud wall + 1" EPS + Brick (clear wall)

-2x6 steel stud wall + R-19 insulation (clear wall)

-2x6 steel stud wall + R-19 insulation + 1" EPS + stucco

-2x6 steel stud wall + R-19 insulation + 1" EPS + brick

Two-core concrete blocks + empty cores + stucco

Two-core concrete blocks + insulated cores + stucco


PART I   |   Executive Summary   |   Acknowledgements   |   Figures   |   Tables   |   Introduction   |   Identification of Common Details   |   Methodology   |   Results   |   Validation   |   Equivalent Wall Model Methodology   |   Conclusions    |   Nomenclature   |   References   |   Appendix   |   PART II - RESULTS   |   Roofs+Walls Home

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Updated July 10, 2001