한국환경과학회지 제27권 제12호 (p.1261-1269)

|ORIGINAL ARTICLE|
기후변화 대응 건축물 기화냉각시스템 적용에 따른 외부 열환경 변화 연구

Changes in the External Heat Environment of Building Evaporative Cooling Systems in Response to Climate Change
키워드 :
Mist,Microclimate,Comfort index,External pollution

목차

Abstract
1. 서 론
2. 재료 및 방법
  2.1. 연구대상지 및 실험구 조성
  2.2. 조사분석방법
3. 결과 및 고찰
  3.1. 기화냉각시스템 적용 유·무에 따른 외부 미기상변화 차이 검증
  3.2. 기화냉각시스템 적용 유·무에 따른 외부 열쾌적지표 변화 차이검증
  3.3.기화냉각시스템 적용 유·무에 따른 건축물 표면온도 변화 차이검증
4. 결 론
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초록

The purpose of this study was to investigate changes in the external thermal environment, following the application of evaporative cooling systems in buildings, in response to climate change. In order to verify changes in the external thermal environment, a T-test was performed on the microclimate, Thermal Comfort Index (TCI), and building surface temperature. Differences in microclimate, following the application of the evaporative cooling system in the building, were significant in terms of temperature and relative humidity. In particular, temperature decreased by more than 7% when the evaporative cooling system was applied. According to the results of the Thermal Comfort Index analysis, the Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) was below the limit of outdoor activities, indicating that outdoor activities were possible. The Universal Thermal Climate Index (UTCI) values were within the very strong heat stress range when the evaporative cooling system was not applied, When the system was applied, the UTCI values were within the strong heat stress range, indicating that they were lowered by one level. The building surface temperature decreased by ~10% or more when the evaporative cooling system was applied, compared to when it was not applied. Finally, the outside surface temperature of the building decreased by ~12% or more when the system was applied, compared to when it was not applied. We conclude that the energy saving effect of the building was significant.