Development and Testing of Sustainable Envelope and Climatic Systems for New Arctic Building Practice

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Description

The overall aim of the project is to gain the necessary scientific knowledge to be able to design Arctic dwellings with healthy indoor environment and efficient use of energy, for the benefit of people living in the Arctic.

The scientific aims are threefold:

1) To develop and evaluate a new envelope system for the Arctic buildings which can sustain the harsh conditions yet capable of reducing the heat demand to a minimum

2) To select test the most promising renewable energy concepts for buildings in the Arctic

3) To develop and evaluate energy efficient heating and ventilation systems for the Arctic dwellings
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/04/201830/10/2019

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