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COMPUTER MODELLING OF ENERGY SAVING EFFECTS

The paper presents the analysis of the dynamics of the heat transfer through the outer wall of the thermal technical spaces, taking into account the impact of the sinusoidal nature of the changes in atmospheric temperature. These temporal variations of the input on the outer surface of the chamber divider result at the output of the sinusoidal change on the inner wall of the room, but suitably suppressed and shifted in phase. Properly selected phase shift is clearly important for saving energy used for the operation associated with the maintenance of a specific regime of heat inside the thermal technical chamber support. Laboratory tests of the model and the actual object allowed for optimal design of the chamber due to the structure of the partition as well as due to the orientation of the geographical location of the chamber.
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Janczarek, M., & Bulyandra, O. (2016). Computer modelling of energy saving effects. Applied Computer Science, 12(3), 47-60. 
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Janczarek, Marian, and Oleksij Bulyandra. "Computer Modelling of Energy Saving Effects." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 3 (2016): 47-60.
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M. Janczarek and O. Bulyandra, "Computer modelling of energy saving effects," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 47-60, 2016.
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Janczarek M, Bulyandra O. Computer modelling of energy saving effects. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(3):47-60.
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