Category: Transient Line Source
Author(s): Lisa Nilsen, Susanna Carlsten, Tor BrostrC6m
Keywords: energy efficiency, heritage values, historic buildings, system dynamics, thermal comfort, Thermal Conductivity, TLS, TLS-100, Transient Line Source
Abstract: Energy efficiency in old building is very dependent upon how much heat is escaping through the walls. To determine this it is imperative to know the thermal conductivity of certain solid stone walls. This paper focuses on investigating the properties of some types of common stones used in traditional masonry of Scotland. The TLS-100 device is used to calculate the thermal conductivity of these stones via the transient line source method.
Reference: Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings 2018
DOI: ISBN 978-91-519-0838-0