Yuncheng anti-corrosion wooden house, Ezhou anti-corrosion wooden house, how to make anti-corrosion wooden house

Yuncheng preservative wood house, Ezhou preservative wood house, how to make preservative wood houseThermal physical properties of anticorrosive wood wallBuilding walls have thermophysical properties,

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Yuncheng preservative wood house, Ezhou preservative wood house, how to make preservative wood house




Thermal physical properties of anticorrosive wood wall


Building walls have thermophysical properties, and anticorrosive wood wall houses are no exception. The effects of different wall stud types, stud spacing, and insulation materials on the thermal physical properties of the wall can be analyzed scientifically, and The heat transfer of the wall is calculated, which provides a basis for the reasonable design of the wall of the wooden structure house and the development of ideal wall materials. The wall is an important part of the building and plays a vital role in the heat preservation, heat insulation and sound insulation of the entire building. In the building envelope, the wall accounts for a larger proportion, and the heat loss caused by the wall heat transfer also accounts for a larger proportion. Studies have shown that the heat transfer of the building through the maintenance structure accounts for the heat consumption of the entire building. 73% to 77% of the energy consumption, of which the external wall heat consumption accounts for about 30%.




The heat transfer of the wall is a very complicated process, which is related to the thermal experience and energy saving of the entire building environment. Under the same boundary conditions, the wall temperature field distribution of modern wood-structured houses is similar to that of general steel-concrete structures. However, the non-steady-state thermophysical properties of the walls of modern wood-structured houses are significantly better than those of general steel-concrete building walls, including external thermal insulation and internal thermal insulation.