Comparative study of energy efficiency of glazing systems for residential and commercial buildings

Tim Ariosto, Ali M. Memari

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Abstract

The 2011 Building Energy Databook (DOE, 2011) reported that buildings use approximately 40% of the nation's total energy use. One method of reducing this value is to replace inefficient single glazed window units with their newer, energy efficient counterparts. This study involved the investigation of several different glazing solutions. A comparative energy investigation of numerous products on the market was performed using multiple different software packages for a model residential and commercial building in five different climates across the United States. The paper will introduce the advanced glazing technologies used in the study, present the details of the selected residential and commercial buildings modeled for energy analysis, discuss the results of the thermal property evaluation and energy analysis, and present the conclusions derived from the study.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAEI 2013
Subtitle of host publicationBuilding Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference
Pages408-417
Number of pages10
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 15 2013
Event2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering, AEI 2013 - State College, PA, United States
Duration: Apr 3 2013Apr 5 2013

Publication series

NameAEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference

Other

Other2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering, AEI 2013
CountryUnited States
CityState College, PA
Period4/3/134/5/13

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Energy efficiency
Software packages
Thermodynamic properties

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Building and Construction
  • Architecture

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Ariosto, T., & Memari, A. M. (2013). Comparative study of energy efficiency of glazing systems for residential and commercial buildings. In AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference (pp. 408-417). (AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference). https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784412909.039
Ariosto, Tim ; Memari, Ali M. / Comparative study of energy efficiency of glazing systems for residential and commercial buildings. AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference. 2013. pp. 408-417 (AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference).
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Ariosto, T & Memari, AM 2013, Comparative study of energy efficiency of glazing systems for residential and commercial buildings. in AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference. AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference, pp. 408-417, 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering, AEI 2013, State College, PA, United States, 4/3/13. https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784412909.039

Comparative study of energy efficiency of glazing systems for residential and commercial buildings. / Ariosto, Tim; Memari, Ali M.

AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference. 2013. p. 408-417 (AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference).

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Ariosto T, Memari AM. Comparative study of energy efficiency of glazing systems for residential and commercial buildings. In AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference. 2013. p. 408-417. (AEI 2013: Building Solutions for Architectural Engineering - Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Engineering National Conference). https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784412909.039