The indoor climate conditions being suitable for the conservation of cultural heritage can be conflicting with energy saving and thermal comfort. Moreover, the moisture dynamics have not been studied enough in the simulation of the indoor environment, even though its interaction with artworks is crucial in deterioration phenomena. This research aims at defining a strategy, based on experimental data and dynamic simulation of hygrothermal behaviour, in order to design a HVAC system able to simultaneously satisfy conservation, thermal comfort and energy requirements. A weighted function for the multi-objective optimization has been proposed and effectively used to pinpoint the combination of temperature and relative humidity set-points.

Optimising conservation of artworks, energy performance and thermal comfort combining hygrothermal dynamic simulation and on-site measurements in historic buildings / Frasca, Francesca; Verticchio, Elena; Cornaro, Cristina; Siani, Anna Maria. - 4:(2019), pp. 2856-2863. (Intervento presentato al convegno 16th International Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association, Building Simulation 2019 tenutosi a Rome; Italy) [10.26868/25222708.2019.210423].

Optimising conservation of artworks, energy performance and thermal comfort combining hygrothermal dynamic simulation and on-site measurements in historic buildings

Francesca Frasca
Conceptualization
;
Elena Verticchio
Data Curation
;
Cristina Cornaro
Supervision
;
Anna Maria Siani
Supervision
2019

Abstract

The indoor climate conditions being suitable for the conservation of cultural heritage can be conflicting with energy saving and thermal comfort. Moreover, the moisture dynamics have not been studied enough in the simulation of the indoor environment, even though its interaction with artworks is crucial in deterioration phenomena. This research aims at defining a strategy, based on experimental data and dynamic simulation of hygrothermal behaviour, in order to design a HVAC system able to simultaneously satisfy conservation, thermal comfort and energy requirements. A weighted function for the multi-objective optimization has been proposed and effectively used to pinpoint the combination of temperature and relative humidity set-points.
2019
16th International Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association, Building Simulation 2019
microclimate; whole-building dynamic simulation; preventive conservation
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Optimising conservation of artworks, energy performance and thermal comfort combining hygrothermal dynamic simulation and on-site measurements in historic buildings / Frasca, Francesca; Verticchio, Elena; Cornaro, Cristina; Siani, Anna Maria. - 4:(2019), pp. 2856-2863. (Intervento presentato al convegno 16th International Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association, Building Simulation 2019 tenutosi a Rome; Italy) [10.26868/25222708.2019.210423].
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