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See detailComputer aided design of low-energy houses: practial experience of designing, building and monitoring 25 houses on site
Dupagne, Albert ULg; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg; Laret, Louis et al

in Ehringer, H.; Zito, U. (Eds.) Energy Savings in Buildings - Results of the European Communities Energy R & D and Demonstration Programs (1979-1983) - Proceedings of the International Seminar, held in the Hague, The Netherlands 14-16 November 1983 (1984)

A first research word carried out for fhe Commission of the European Communities has produced a manual design methodology (1). Mainly orientated to the conception of low-cost houses, it integrates some ... [more ▼]

A first research word carried out for fhe Commission of the European Communities has produced a manual design methodology (1). Mainly orientated to the conception of low-cost houses, it integrates some fundamental thermal concepts into the design process. The present research work had for target to apply this design method to an actual case, in order to test the practicabilité of the method, to bring its lacunas to to the light and to confront the theorectical estimations of heating energy needs, with actual measurements. The recommanded design process has been followed along the conception of 25 houses, among with five have been built and monitored. The design guide has been revised by a re-writing of the manual version, and has been computerized on a micro-computer. Any practical application is now considerably speeded up and usable by practicians. [less ▲]

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See detailThe project of 25 low-cost and low energy houses in Marchin (Belgium)
Dupagne, Albert ULg; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg

Conference (1983, November)

A first research funded by the Commission of the European Communities has led to a manual design methodology, mainly orientated to the conception of low-cost houses, integrating the fundamental thermal ... [more ▼]

A first research funded by the Commission of the European Communities has led to a manual design methodology, mainly orientated to the conception of low-cost houses, integrating the fundamental thermal concepts into the design process, without any use of sophisticated technology. The present paper concerns a practical application of this design methodology, used for a project of 25 low-energy houses designed, built and to be monitored. From the first design step until the detailed design, the research team has followed the objective to obtain houses having estimated heating energy needs 50 % lower than commonly, without any investment overrun, even on a difficult North sloped site. The design methodology has been an optimization tool of the volume, the plan, the North and South fenestration, the insulating material, etc. The construction elements were usual (for cost reasons), but their installation has been improved in a manner which allows a continuous control during the construction, giving no the guarantee to obtain thermal properties as close as possible to the expected ones. A detailed monitoring will measure the actual heating energy consumption and thus check the first evaluations. [less ▲]

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See detailConfronto energetico tra impianti combinati ed impianti separati per il riscaldamento e la produzione di acqua calda sanitara nelle abitazioni
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg

in Organo Ufficiale Dell'A.I. Carr associazione italiana condizionamento dell'aria riscaldamento refrigerazione (Ed.) Condizionamento dell'aria riscaldamento refrigerazione (1982)

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See detailBasic characteristics of low-cost houses in order to reduce the energy consumption for heating - Link programme - Coordination and consequences for the architectural (synthesis)
Dupagne, Albert ULg; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg; Laret, Louis

in Energy R&D Programme of the Commission of the European Communities (Ed.) Energy Conservation in Buildings - Heating, Ventilation and Insulation (1982, May 07)

The first research undertaken for the Commission of the European Communities has led to a first manual version of a design methodology, mainly orientated to the conception of low-cost houses, integrating ... [more ▼]

The first research undertaken for the Commission of the European Communities has led to a first manual version of a design methodology, mainly orientated to the conception of low-cost houses, integrating the fundamental thermal concepts into the design process without any use of sophisticated technology. The work to be carried out in the present project will concern: - the verification of the efficiency of the design methodology by its practical application on the design of a few low-energy houses and the building of these houses ; - an experimental study, which will check the first evaluations given by the application of the design methodology ; - the development of the lacunas so discovered in the design methodology ; - the achievement of a conversational computerized version of the design methodology ; - in the monitoring of the houses, the analysis of the internal partitioning and of the usable fraction of the building thermal inertia. The final product of this research project will contain a revised version of the manual design guide and its computerized version ; the energy savings actually obtained will be described, with a complete analysis of the resulting global economical cost ; the perspectives of energy savings in the low-cost houses sector will be assumed. [less ▲]

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See detailAnnual Efficiency of Separated Systems for Heating and Domestic Hot Water Needs in dwellings
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg

Conference (1982, March)

Any designer (architect, consulting engineer...), who must choose the technical solution of a heating installation in a house, is always confronted with the same alternatives: combined production of both ... [more ▼]

Any designer (architect, consulting engineer...), who must choose the technical solution of a heating installation in a house, is always confronted with the same alternatives: combined production of both hot water for heating needs and domestic hot water, assured by a combined boiler or a boiler producing only heating hot water and a separate water heater (instantaneous or with storage) for domestic hot water needs. The objective of this present study is to give the designer simple graphs which become an easy way to assume, with a good accuracy, the “global annual efficiency” of each solution, and allow a sensitivity study of efficiency to main parameters of each system. [less ▲]

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See detailEvaluation of Housing Heat Gains due to Metabolism, Artificial Lighting, Appliances and Domestic Hot Water User
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg

(1981, October)

The evaluation of sensible heat gains due to house occupancy is possible by taking into account the family occupancy pattern, the main source of information that gives up: - the rooms occupied by any ... [more ▼]

The evaluation of sensible heat gains due to house occupancy is possible by taking into account the family occupancy pattern, the main source of information that gives up: - the rooms occupied by any member of the family (with the activity realized at each moment of the day) ; - the use of domestic hot water ; - the use of appliances. Two household occupancy patterns are chose, corresponding to most common families. The calculation of incidental heat gains due to metabolism takes into account radiative and convective exchange from human body to its ambiance. The activities realized along the day are known, and so on the illumination levels. The necessary artificial lighting electrical power and the periods of switching-on are determined with the help of simplified methods. Heat losses wasted at production, storage, distribution and use of domestic hot water are situated. Internal heat gains lost by domestic appliances (gas or electric cooker, refrigerator, deep-freezer…) are estimated taking into account characteristics (volume, size) of appliance and for a typical use. Then internal heat gains due to human occupancy become possible to evaluate hour by hour and room by room, which is interesting for estimation of peak overheating temperature or decrement of consign temperature. [less ▲]

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See detailEconomies d'énergie dans les usages domestiques et privés
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg

Conference (1981)

It is not any more need to specify the importance taken by the sector domestic and deprived in the national consumption of energy (27% in 1976) to only include/understand the pressing need have the ... [more ▼]

It is not any more need to specify the importance taken by the sector domestic and deprived in the national consumption of energy (27% in 1976) to only include/understand the pressing need have the households to rationalize the quantity of energy which they consume. And the woman plays a leading role in any choice posed with the household, concerning the construction of a new house, or the improvement of an existing house, or the purchase of any domestic machine. [less ▲]

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See detailEtude énergétique des systèmes traditionnels de production et de distribution d'eau chaude sanitaire
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULg

Report (1980)

In the sector of housing, the recent crisis of energy encouraged various organizations has to carry out various studies concerning the thermo isolation of the buildings and the systems of central heating ... [more ▼]

In the sector of housing, the recent crisis of energy encouraged various organizations has to carry out various studies concerning the thermo isolation of the buildings and the systems of central heating (production of heat, adjusting devices and distribution of heat). However, an aspect of the energy saving is often neglected, namely the production of medical warm water and the analysis of the outputs of distribution. However the importance relative of their contribution to the total intake of energy in the sector of housing is strongly increased with the construction of the type “low energy” of the current residences. To this end the NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HOUSING, via Mr. G. NELISSEN, principal engineer, undertook a compared energy study of the systems of production and medical hot water supply, according to their consumption. This study was carried out by Mr. Jean-Marie HAUGLUSTAINE, civil engineer architect of the “PHYSICS LABORATORY OF the BUILDING” of the UNIVERSITY OF LIEGE, under the direction of Mr. Albert DUPAGNE, part-time lecturer. Although the present study is limited to the traditional systems of medical production of warm water, the chapters treating of the requirements out of medical warm water and the losses of the distribution system are in particular useful for the production of warm water by new energy sources (p. e.g. solar-fired heaters), sources which are currently studied by the INL. [less ▲]

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