Real Estate

Investigation of Contemporary Monolithic Wall Structures with Regard to Building Physics, Ecological and Economic Properties

Project Description

Monolithic exterior walls are again being built on a larger scale today. In this research project, influences of monolithic exterior wall constructions (brick, concrete, aerated concrete, loam, solid wood ...) on thermal comfort, energy demand, ecological balance and costs in the life cycle of buildings were investigated and evaluated. The result is an evaluation and comparison scheme and guideline (e.g. for the arrangement of storage masses in the building) for planners and building owners.


Research Team


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Angèle Tersluisen (Project Management)
M.Sc. Kamyar Nasrollahi
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Housing Cybernetics

Prof. Dr. Björn-Martin Kurzrock (Cooperation partner)
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Real Estate Studies

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Conrad Völker (Cooperation partner)
Bauhaus University Weimar
Building Physics

Funding

BBSR, Research Initiative Future of Construction (funding code SWD-10.08.18.7-15.34)

Term

09/2015 - 06/2017

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