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Revista hábitat sustentable

versión On-line ISSN 0719-0700

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BALTER, Julieta; GANEM, Carolina  y  BAREA, Gustavo. IMPROVEMENTS IN THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS IN SUMMER, THROUGH THE INTEGRATION OF VENTILATED ENVELOPES ON NORTHFACING FACADES AND ROOFS. THE CASE OF MENDOZA, ARGENTINA. Rev. hábitat sustentable [online]. 2020, vol.10, n.2, pp.94-105. ISSN 0719-0700.  http://dx.doi.org/10.22320/07190700.2020.10.02.07.

The proposal of energy efficiency measures in the residential sector in Argentina requires analyzing the architectonic possibilities of building rehabilitation using technologies that reduce energy consumption, that are feasible to implement locally. In regions with high solar radiation levels, as is the case of the city of Mendoza, heat fluxes transmitted inside can be reduced by the natural ventilation of the layers in the envelope, both on facades and roofs, thus obtaining significant savings in consumption for cooling purposes. This work evaluates the potential for improvement with the integration of ventilated envelopes. The work methodology is structured in two stages: i) survey of residential buildings by morphological typology and analysis of rehabilitation possibilities with ventilated facades, considering the exposed envelope surfaces by orientation; ii) simulation of a case study - previously validated with onsite measurements - using the EnergyPlus software. On integrating ventilated facades and roofs important energy savings of around 32% were achieved, considering the building without users (unoccupied). In the case of units on the top floor, with roofs exposed to the outside, energy savings of 260% were recorded.

Palabras clave : Ventilated envelope; Building rehabilitation; Energy efficiency; Cooling consumption.

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