Indoor environmental quality and space heating A

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125VPVA ZK 7 4P+2C Czech
Garant předmětu:
Karel Kabele
Pavla Dvořáková, Karel Kabele, Michal Kabrhel, Hana Kabrhelová, Zuzana Veverková
Michal Kabrhel
Department of Indoor Enviromental and Building Services Engineering

A course on technical building facilities focusing on a comprehensive view of the quality of the indoor environment in terms of its impact on health, work productivity, energy performance and the environment. An in-depth section focusing on the analysis and design of building energy systems that provide for the generation, transformation and distribution of energy in buildings to ensure thermal comfort in winter and an optimal indoor environment with minimal environmental impact. Practical application of the topics is carried out in the seminars.


Conditions of the exam

The examination for 125VPVA (Technical Equipment) is written and oral, subject to completion of the exercises (see below) and submission of a written study in the scope and content listed below.

The examination is then conducted in the form of an online Moodle test in room A233 with 10 questions arising from the topics of the course (this part contributes 50% to the final grade) and an oral part with a discussion of the study (this part contributes 50% to the final grade).

The examination for 125VPV (Building Construction) is written and oral, subject to the submission of a written study of the scope and content specified below.

The examination then takes the form of a written test with 10 questions arising from the topics covered in the course (this part contributes 50% to the final grade) and an oral part with a discussion of the study (this part contributes 50% to the final grade).

Study topic: Optimisation of the heating design of a building

Object: from SPB1, PJ2C, ATT, BP, residence, parents' house, etc.

Scope: max. 30 A4 pages + annexes

Due date: printed or from 16.12.22 electronically in Moodle in pdf/doc, no later than the day of the exam before the online test

Binding study outline:

Brief description of the building (purpose, location, primary energy sources, operating mode...)

Description of the most significant pollutants in selected (max 3) characteristic rooms of the considered building - temperature, humidity, odours, toxic substances, allergens, microorganisms, acoustics, light, radiation, psychology...

Overview of requirements for the indoor environment in selected (max 3) characteristic rooms (determination of required temperature, humidity, ventilation intensity, noise, lighting)

2 to 3 variants of the heating concept (source - distribution system - heat emissions) and their comparison (multi-criteria analysis e.g. in terms of operating costs, investment costs, overall efficiency, achieved indoor environmental quality, building intervention, etc.) Document the variants with a technical description and a schematic drawing 1:100 to 1:200. Selection of the most appropriate option.

Schematic diagram of the heat source for one, in your opinion, the most suitable variant

Details of the design of the characteristic and critical elements of the selected variant (e.g. fitting of heating elements, pipework, floor composition, pipe material and joints, location of elements, etc.)

Description of the operational control scheme and specification of the functional requirements of the control in relation to the heat source, operation and heat gains.

Final summary

Syllabus of lectures:

Thermal-humidity microclimate

Indoor air quality

Influence of the indoor environment on human health

Light microclimate, electrostatic, electroint and electromagnetic microclimate

Psychological microclimate, user behaviour

Basis for the design of heating equipment -calculation of heat output and calculation of annual energy demand


Design and construction of heating surfaces

Hot water heating systems-design parameters, material and design solutions

Hot water heating systems-hydraulic and thermal calculations, design optimization

Pumping technology

Hot water preparation

Heat sources

Regulation in heating

Syllabus of tutorials:

1 Introduction, calculation of heat transfer coefficients

2 Calculation of heat loss, design of heating surfaces

3 Creating a hydraulic model of a residential unit - basic solution

4 Creating a hydraulic model of the central heating system

5 Calculation of the hydraulic model of the central heating system, hydraulic regulation of the heating system

6 Heating system model assignment and self-study

7 Fittings in heating systems

8 Surface heating systems + Techcon

9 Techcon and heating systems

10 Boiler house, layout principles, basic hydraulic circuit diagrams, design of expansion vessel and relief valve

11 Flue gas duct and chimney design

12 Indoor environmental assessment

Study Objective:

deepening knowledge from the basic heating course

introduction to the theory of the indoor environment of buildings

Study materials:

K. Kabele a kol.: Technická zařízení budov. Vytápění - podklady pro cvičení. Nakladatelství ČVUT 2013

Kolektiv: Topenářská příručka 3, ČSTZ, 2008. Anotaci najdete zde.

D. Petráš , D. Koudelková, K. Kabele: Teplovodní a elektrické podlahové vytápění. Jaga Media s.r.o 2004, ISBN:80-88905-97-4

J.Bašta, K.Kabele: Otopné soustavy teplovodní - Sešit projektanta č.1 - Společnost pro techniku prostředí 2008

K.Kabele a kol. Energetické a ekologické systémy budov 1. Nakladatelství ČVUT 2010

K.Kabele : Studijní materiál k předmětu ESB - část 1 (2014)

M.Kabrhel : Studijní materiál k předmětu ESB - část 2 (2014)

125TVNP Teorie vnitřního prostředí Kabele a kol.

Jokl M.V. :Zdravé obytné a pracovní prostředí. Academia 2002. ISBN 80-200-0928-0

Bluyssen Philomena M.: The Indoor Environment Handbook - How to Make Buildings Healthy and Comfortable, Earthscan Ltd (United Kingdom), 2009, ISBN-13: 9781844077878

Rehva guidebook 6: Wargorcki (ed.), O. Seppänen (ed., J.Andersson, A. Boerstra, D. Clements-Croome, K. Fitzner, S.O. Hanssen: Indoor climate and productivity in officesp.

Rehva guidebook 13 : F.R. d´Ambrosio Alfano (ed.), L. Bellia, A. Boerstra, F. van Dijken, E. Ianniello, G. Lopardo, F. Minichiello, P. Romagnoni, M.C. Gameiro da Silva: Indoor environment and energy efficiency in schools - Part 1 Principles

Rehva guidebook 14: Indoor climate Quality Assessment, 2011, ISBN 978-2-930521-05-3

ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals 2009

Further information:
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