Task 56
Task 56
SHC Task 56

Building Integrated Solar Envelope Systems

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Hurdles and opportunities offered by the exploitation of the solar source through multifunctional envelope technologies
December 2017 - PDF 0.72MB - Posted: 2017-12-15
Making use of the solar source is key in highly energy efficient buildings both to limit thermal and lighting needs and to cover the residual demands by means of technologies exploiting a high share of renewable energy. However, this requires the careful design of the individual technologies and the planning of their integration into buildings as they may eventually result in complex systems to operate and maintain, and the thermal and visual comfort of the users may not be guaranteed. Moreover, different strategies can be competing against one another (e.g., glare control against minimization of space heating demand) and finding an optimal solution is not straightforward.
Review of current status, requirements and opportunities for building performance simulation of adaptive facades
Journal of Building Performance Simulation, 10(2), 205-223
January 2017 - Posted: 2017-03-13
By: Roel Loonen, Fabio Favoino, Jan Hensen, Mauro Overend
Keywords: building performance simulation, software review, adaptive building envelope, responsive building elements, control strategies
Integration of a sorption collector coupled with a decentralized mechanical ventilation unit in curtain wall modules
Task 56 session at 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, 02.-03.10.2016, Bern, Switzerland
October 2016 - Posted: 2016-10-18
By: D'Antoni Matteo, EURAC, Italy
Keywords: Solar-active envelope, heating and cooling systems, decentralized mechanical ventilation;
Abstract

Abstracts

Performance assessment of façade integrated glazed air solar thermal collectors
International Conference – Alternative and Renewable Energy Quest, AREQ 2017, 1-3 February 2017, Spain
February 2017 - Posted: 2017-03-09
By: Roberto Garay Martineza, Julen Astudillo Larraza
Keywords: Solar thermal systems; Building envelopes; Integration; Integrated Solar Collector Envelopes;
Performance assessment of an unglazed solar thermal collector for envelope retrofitting
Alternative and Renewable Energy Quest, AREQ 2017
February 2017 - Posted: 2017-03-09
By: Roberto Garay Martinez, Beñat Arregi Goikolea, Ignacio Gomis Paya, Paul Bonnamy, Saed Raji, Jerôme Lopez
Keywords: Solar thermal systems; Building envelopes; Integration; Integrated Solar Collector Envelopes
Concept, development and thermal characterisation of an unglazed solar thermal collector for facade integration
Dyna, National University of Colombia, Medellín
January 2017 - Posted: 2017-03-09
By: Roberto Garay Martinez, Beñat Arregi Goikolea, Paul Bonnamy, Jérôme Lopez
Keywords: Solar collector, Façade integration, Construction, Solar systems, Ventilated façade
(in press, article in Spanish)
Hybridization of solar thermal systems into architectural envelopes
PowerSkins Conference 2017, Munich, Germany
January 2017 - Posted: 2017-03-08
By: Beñat Arregi, Roberto Garay, Peru Elguezabal
Keywords: Active skin, integrated solar, hybridized solar, unglazed solar collector;
Façade integrated HVAC systems for the renovation of residential buildings
Task 56 session at 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, 02.-03.10.2016, Bern, Switzerland
October 2016 - Posted: 2016-10-14
By: David Venus, AEE-INTEC, Austria
Keywords: Thermal renovation and HVAC integration, energy simulation, cost analyses;
Abstract | Presentation
Active roofs and façades
Task 56 session at 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, 02.-03.10.2016, Bern, Switzerland
October 2016 - Posted: 2016-10-14
By: Peter Veisig, Cenergia, Denmark
Keywords: Wall-integrated HRV, BIPV, Summergarden;
Paper
Prefabricated timber-frame envelopes for building retrofit with integrated ventilation, heating system and building services
Task 56 session at 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, 02.-03.10.2016, Bern, Switzerland
October 2016 - Posted: 2016-10-18
By: Sebastian Hernandez, Gumpp & Maier, Germany; Fabian Ochs, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Keywords: Timber-frame façade, MVHR & micro-heat pump, prefabrication;
Abstract
Daylight-driven and user-centered lighting and energy management
Task 56 session at 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, 02.-03.10.2016, Bern, Switzerland
October 2016 - Posted: 2016-10-18
By: Wilfried Pohl, Bartenbach GmbH, Austria
Keywords: Integrated control, daylight and artificial lighting, human-centric lighting;
Paper | Presentation
Towards simulation-assisted performance monitoring of BIPV systems considering shading effects
IEEE 43rd Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC), Portland Oregon, USA
June 2016 - Posted: 2017-03-13
By: Mohammad Ghasempourabadi, Kostas Sinapis, Roel Loonen, Roland Valckenborg, Jan Hensen, Wiep Folkerts
Keywords: solar facade, BIPV performance monitoring, real-time shading simulation

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/306252804_Towards_simulation-assisted_performance_monitoring_of_BIPV_systems_considering_shading_effects
Expérimentation et modélisation d’un capteur solaire opaque pour préchauffage de l’eau
Congrés Français de Thermique
January 2016 - Posted: 2017-03-09
By: Paul BONNAMY, Saed RAJI, Jérôme LOPEZ, Roberto GARAY

Highlights

Task 56 Highlights 2016
April 2017 - PDF 1.8MB - Posted: 2017-04-17
By: Task 56
SHC Task 56 focuses on the analysis, simulation, laboratory testing and onsite monitoring of active envelope solutions that are integrated with building HVAC and comfort systems faced with one of the following:
• Delivering renewable thermal or/and electric energy to the building’s systems providing heating, cooling and ventilation, or
• Reducing a building’s heating and cooling demands while controlling daylight
Integrated Solar Thermal Systems for renovation of external walls
Advanced Building Skins, 10. October 2016, Bern, Switzerland
October 2016 - Posted: 2017-03-09
By: Roberto Garay Martinez, Peru Elguezabal Esnarrizaga, Julen Astudillo Larraz
Keywords: Solar thermal systems; Building envelopes; Integration; Integrated Solar Collector Envelopes