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IBPSA France - SFT 2007 workshop

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Solar cooling and summer comfort

IBPSA France - SFT 2007 workshop

organised by Etienne Wurtz (INES, Chambéry) and Hans Martin Henning (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany)

Where? Conference center of Aix-les-Bains
Wednesday April 25, 2007 at 9:00 Welcome at 8:30
Conference center Rue Jean Monard 73100 Aix-les-Bains Proceedings are online...

Workshop proceedings

Morning: Solar Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration

09:00 Welcome and introduction.
Solar Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration - Introduction. Hans Martin Henning, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany. Block 1 - Technologies

09h30 Thermally driven water chillers – market status and new developments. Daniel Mugnier, Tecsol, France.

10h00 Open sorption systems, desiccant air handling units – market status and new developments. Mario Motta, Italy.

10:30 Coffee break

11h00 Solar collectors for solar cooling – market status and new developments. Joao Farinha Mendes, Portugal (alternative: someone from Aiguasol, Spain). Block 2 – Practical experience

11:30 Experiences from design studies, simulation studies and installations. Edo Wiemken, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany.

12h00 Experiences from various installations. Horst Striessnig, S.O.L.I.D., Austria.

12h30 IEA Task 38, expected results and opportunities of collaboration. Hans Martin Henning, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany.

Afternoon: Summer comfort

14h00 VIP (Vacuum Insulating Panel) + PCM (Phase change Materiel), Two technologies for Energy Efficiency of Building Envelope. Daniel Quénard, Hébert Sallée, Kevyn Johannes, CSTB.

14h20 Improvement of summer comfort in buildings with wooden frameworks by integrating a Double Internal Wall, with night ventilation. Gilles Fraisse, LOCIE, Polytech'Savoie

14h40 Effect of phase change materials on summer comfort in light framework buildings. Jean Noël, CETHIL, INSA de Lyon.

15h00 Improvement of summer comfort for buildings under roofs. Diane de Cacqueray, Thierry Duforestel, EDF R&D.

15h20 Study of the cooling potential of a dessicant evaporative system. Chadi Maalouf, Etienne Wurtz, INES, CNRS

15h40 Thermal model of an earth-to-air heat exchanger for the cooling of buildings. Stéphane Thiers, Bruno Peuportier, CEP, Ecole des Mines de Paris.

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