Because of the cold and windy weather in southern Liaoning province in the winter, the heat loss through windows and doors accounts for 20 to 30 percent of the entire heat loss of home. To decrease the heat loss through windows and doors, focusing on the typical rural home, an energy intake process is built. On the basis of this, a study about the effect on the indoor temperatures of windows’ heat transfer coefficient, airtightness, size and the exterior door is made. The results show that on the status of the identical heat source, the temperature of this space, which installs single framework double glass windows, is two centigrade higher than which installs single frame single glass windows, and is 0.4 centigrade higher than that installs double frames solitary glass windows. The indoor temperature of space installing casement windows is 0.5 centigrade higher than the space installing sash windows. For the southern window, the warmth flowing to the home is more than the heat losing through window, and the larger the window, the greater the indoor temperature. But regarding there is not any direct solar radiation at the north, for the size of window, the small, the better. In rural home, the foyer can stop cold air from flowing to the rooms directly. To put it differently, there’s a temperature buffer around rooms. The simulation results show the presence of foyer can increase the temperature of kitchen 1.1 centigrade. The study of the paper will provide theoretical foundation to the new countryside building.
How to Pick Windows That “WOW”
Here are a number of styles and materials to consider to assist you decide on the appropriate windows for your dwelling.
The ideal windows may add architectural interest, improve energy efficiency, increase the value of your house, and literally light up your insides. But with so many choices, how are you supposed to pick the appropriate windows for your residence?
Consider materials. Vinyl windows offer you modern design, and affordable luxury, with a lower cost point than their wood counterparts, but they are available in a limited colour range, which can limit style choices. Wood windows are indeed more expensive, but their classic appearance and universal appeal can add more resale value to your house, so long as they’re carefully maintained.