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Modern energy and decreasing the energy intensiveness of buildings

By Miroslav Kučera

Abstract

This diploma thesis deals with possible energy-savings in the municipal buildings of Spytihněv. Moreover, it discusses the possible improvements of heating features and making use of renewable resources. This is meant to be achieved by a wrapper which is less demanding on energy consumption than those which have been used until now. Attention is also paid to a more efficient system of energy distribution. Both energetic and financial points of view are taken into consideration. The thesis consists of a few parts. Introduction, the first part, deals with renewable resources issues on a theoretical level. The second part is divided according to each individual analysed premise/building. At this point energy-saving proposal, choice of a heating system, a heating pump, a solar collector as well as energy-saving and financial calculation are included

Topics: obnovitelné zdroje; teplá užitková voda (TUV); heat system; heat pump; hot servis water; tepelné čerpadlo; solar collector; heat loss; renewable resources; solární kolektor; otopná soustava; tepelná ztráta
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta elektrotechniky a komunikačních technologií
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:217951
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