Volume 3, Issue 2 (12-2017)                   jste 2017, 3(2): 23-30 | Back to browse issues page

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Hashemi S H, Fathalinia E, Fathalinia M. (2017). Study of Glass Performance in Improving Efficiency of Trombe Wall Heating Technology. jste. 3(2), 23-30.
URL: http://yujs.yu.ac.ir/jste/article-1-66-en.html
M.Sc. of Chemical Engineering, Nuclear Martyrs Incubator Center in Shiraz, Iran , hosseinhashmei@gmail.com
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The Trombe wall heating system known as one of the most important consumption reduction technology that utilizes solar energy is the energy efficiency. In this paper, the effects of temperature on system performance Trembath glass wall temperature of wall heating Trembath according to the intensity of solar radiation is investigated numerically. The results confirmed the increase in efficiency heating system with regard to solar radiation intensity emitted in the study area. With such intensity 466.281 w / m2 close to the glass surface temperature (in air duct) up to 14.422 ° C arrives while lower-intensity radiation (394.91 w / m2) in the final heat to about 12.71 ° C goes. Considering the solar radiation, can be expected to increase the flow of thermal energy in the air duct. The effect of improving the efficiency of the underlying performance heating technology Trembath wall. The results of this study, changes in temperature glass, to the the amount of solar radiation intensity in the relationship. When the radiation intensity maximum the amount of 466.81 w / m2 is concerned, more secondary radiation is emitted. As a result, the glass has a temperature range between 11.32 to the 12.73 ° C.

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