Passive Cooling and Regulation of Building Heat Loads with Thermal Radiation Shield
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In this thesis, the numerical and experimental investigation of a passive cooling scheme using a thermal radiation shield for a storage building is presented. The thermal radiation shield is found to be effective in improving the thermal performance of the enclosure in terms of reducing temperatures of the interior air as well as the surfaces of the enclosure, and more efficient with higher heat load and without ventilation.
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