ANÁLISIS DE LOS REQUERIMIENTOS ANUALES DE CALEFACCIÓN Y REFRIGERACIÓN PARA EDIFICIOS RESIDENCIALES EN CLIMAS CÁLIDOS EN MÉXICO.
Castelán, Jose Arturo
Vivancos Bono, Jose Luis
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A great amount of world energy demand is connected to the built environment. Energy use attributed to residential buildings makes up nearly 16% of the total energy consumption in Mexico. This makes residential buildings the third largest energy end user in the country, only behind the transportation and industrial sectors. In the presented paper, the interactions between different conditions, of a housing project type in the hot climatic zones in Mexico – hot humid, hot sub humid and hot dry – through building energy simulation program has been evaluated. The dynamic simulations were carried out with TRNSYS software a dynamic simulation software to estimate the annual heating and cooling demand. The effect of the parameters like the climatic conditions in 6 locations (Cancun, Veracruz, Acapulco, Tapachula, Chihuahua, and Monterrey), insulation and thermal mass, aspect ratio, window systems including window area and glazing system, ventilation rates and different outdoor air control strategies on annual building energy requirements is examined and the results are presented for each city.
- CIDIP 2015 (Granada)