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Calculation of Energy Saving Based on Building Engineering

  • Bin Shao
  • Xingyu LiuEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 921)

Abstract

The development of energy-saving buildings has updated building construction. The energy consumption of buildings is the focus of our research. By expounding the calculation process of heat transfer coefficient of the exterior wall, roof, floor, door, and window, energy saving calculation is discussed. Due to the diversity of building energy-saving materials, the excessive use of materials leads to huge waste of resources in order to meet the energy-saving standards. Therefore, how to make full use of the existing materials to meet the requirements of energy conservation standards. Building energy conservation is the implementation and establishment of the scientific concept of development. Actively promote construction. Energy conservation is not only conducive to alleviating and alleviating energy shortages. Air pollution, greenhouse gas emission reduction, protected areas. The ball’s environment, it helps improve people’s lives and work. We will create conditions to promote sustainable development of the national economy. To achieve the goal of energy conservation, on the one hand, we need to improve energy efficiency. People’s awareness of energy conservation depends on the restrictions of relevant policies.

Keywords

Building energy conservation Heat transfer coefficient Correction factor Exterior wall 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State Grid Liaoning Electric Power Supply Co. Ltd.ShenyangChina

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