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Title: Heat conduction across double brick walls via BEM
Authors: Branco, Fernando 
Tadeu, António 
Simões, Nuno 
Keywords: Heat transfer; Moisture diffusion; Condensation; Boundary Element Method
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Building and Environment. 39:1 (2004) 51-58
Abstract: The Boundary Element Method (BEM) is used to compare the steady-state heat and moisture diffusion behaviour across double brick walls provided by two different models: in the first one, the brick wall is assumed to be composed of a set of homogeneous layers bonded together, which is the model frequently used to predict internal condensation; in the second model, the geometrical modelling and hygrothermal properties of the individual bricks are taken into account.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/3998
Rights: openAccess
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