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Title:Upoštevanje energetskih in okoljskih vidikov pri razvoju napihljivih hal
Authors:ID Kričej, Andromeda (Author)
ID Senegačnik, Marjan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Kricej_Andromeda_2020.pdf (1,45 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/8ef956ac-a3ad-4297-8698-a4dcc04f646d
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FOV - Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Kranj
Abstract:Diplomsko delo skozi teoretično obravnavo in praktični prikaz analize stroškov ter energijske bilance obravnava energetske in okoljske vidike razvoja napihljivih hal v zadnjih letih. Zanimalo nas je, kako in na kakšen način je z energetskega in okoljskega vidika potekal razvoj napihljivih hal v zadnjem obdobju, hkrati pa smo želeli preveriti, zaradi katerih dejavnikov lahko danes rečemo, da so napihljive hale energetsko veliko bolj varčne in z okoljevarstvenega vidika veliko bolj okolju prijazne uporabnikom v primerjavi z napihljivimi halami nekoč. V teoretičnem delu diplomskega dela so za lažje razumevanje obravnavane problematike najprej predstavljeni in opredeljeni nekateri osnovni pojmi in sestavni deli, povezani z napihljivimi halami. V teoretičnem delu je prav tako predstavljen zgodovinski razvoj napihljivih hal in razvoj različnih tehnologij delovanja in sistemov, ki predstavljajo bistven dejavnik energijskega izkaza napihljive hale in njenega okoljskega vidika. V okviru praktičnega dela je bila izdelana energijska bilanca dveh napihljivih hal primerljivih velikosti, a izdelanima z dvema različnima tehnologijama. Na podlagi rezultatov je bilo ugotovljeno, da sodoben način gradnje napihljivih hal z uporabo najmodernejših principov izdelave omogoča izvedbo energijsko manj potratnih in okoljsko veliko bolj sprejemljivih objektov kot v preteklosti.
Keywords:napihljive hale, gradbeništvo, energetska bilanca, membranski sistemi, okolje
Place of publishing:Maribor
Year of publishing:2020
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-77567 New window
COBISS.SI-ID:34368259 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:SDK18XNI
Publication date in DKUM:27.10.2020
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Consideration of energy and environmental aspects in the development of air - supported domes
Abstract:This thesis is in-depth study and practical demonstration of air hall development in past several years from energy and ecology perspective, related to costs analysis and overall energy behaviour of air supported structures. Here I was interested in which way development of air halls proceeded in the last decades. At the same time, I wanted to check because of which facts we can say that today's air halls are much more energy-saving and from ecology perspective also more environmental friendly, compared to air halls from the past. In the theoretical part of this thesis some main terms and construction parts, related to air halls, are represented and explained, to provide easier understanding of considered topic. In theoretical chapters also historical development of air halls is represented with development of different technologies and systems, which are the most important for description of air hall from energy and environmental perspective. Within practical work energy consumption analysis of two different air halls was made, which are designed and built using two different technologies. Based on the results it was noticed that modern way of building air halls with use of sophisticated modern technologies enable execution of less energy-wastefull and environmental more friendy structures compared to those from the past.
Keywords:air-supported domes, civil-engineering, cost analysis, membrane systems, environment


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