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Title:ENERGETSKA PRENOVA STANOVANJSKE HIŠE V ROGAŠKI SLATINI
Authors:ID Đurić, Aleksandar (Author)
ID Žegarac Leskovar, Vesna (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Duric_Aleksandar_2015.pdf (2,11 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGPA - Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture
Abstract:Pri načrtovanju novih ali pri prenovi starejših stanovanjskih objektov je vedno bolj pomembna učinkovita raba energije. Že pravilna zasnova toplotne zaščite konstrukcijskih slojev ovoja objekta lahko pri tem veliko pripomore. Zaradi konstantnega izčrpavanja zalog neobnovljivih virov energije je v prihodnosti pričakovati dodatno naraščanje cen energije. Rešitev je možno iskati v ukrepih za zmanjšanje rabe energije, kakor tudi v rabi obnovljivih virov energije, pri čemer oboje prispeva k zmanjšanju negativnih vplivov na okolje. Toplotna izolacija pri novogradnjah je zadovoljiva, večji problem nastaja pri starejših gradnjah, ki so zelo slabo izolirane ali pa toplotne izolacije sploh nimajo. V diplomski nalogi smo prikazali starejšo stanovanjsko hišo, katere problem predstavljajo prevelike energijske izgube. Na primeru stanovanjske hiše je prikazana analiza energijskih tokov pred in po predlagani prenovi. Predlog prenove je bil v prvi fazi usmerjen v doseganje minimalnih kriterijev Pravilnika o učinkoviti rabi energije v stavbah (PURES 2, 2010), vezanih na toplotni ovoj stavbe, dodatno pa v doseganju energijskega standarda C, ki ga predpisuje Pravilnik o metodologiji izdelave in izdaji energetskih izkaznic stavb (2014).
Keywords:gradbeništvo, energijska prenova, PURES, toplotne izgube, prihranki energije
Year of publishing:2015
Publisher:[A. Đurić]
Source:Maribor
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-47915 New window
UDC:728.3.025.4:687.1(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:18902550 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:MP5U2690
Publication date in DKUM:15.05.2015
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Language:English
Title:ENERGY-EFFICIENT RENOVATION OF SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE IN ROGAŠKA SLATINA
Abstract:Energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important in planning of new and renovating of old residential buildings. Even proper planning of thermal insulation of the construction layers of the building’s sheath can heavily contribute to this. Due to constant depletion of stocks of non-renewable energy sources, we can expect further rising of energy prices in the future. The solution can be sought in measures to reduce energy use as well as in the use of renewable energy sources, where both of these contribute to the reduction of negative impacts on the environment. Thermal insulation in new buildings is satisfactory, a bigger problem represent old buildings that are poorly insulated or do not even have thermal insulation. In the thesis we presented an older residential building with the problem of excessive energy losses. On the case of the residential house we presented an analysis of energy flows before and after the suggested renovation. The renovation proposal was in phase one directed towards meeting minimal criteria of the Rules on efficient use of energy in buildings (PURES 2, 2010), concerning the thermal sheath of the building, and in addition towards reaching the energy standard C, required by the Rules on the methodology for the production and issuance of energy performance certificates for buildings (2014).
Keywords:construction, energy renovation, PURES, heat losses, energy savings


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