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Operation of a new large scale solar simulator for testing the thermal performance of building components with particular attention to ventilated facade elements

Mei, L. and Loveday, D.L. and Infield, D.G. and Hanby, V.I. and Cook, M. and Marjanovic, L (2005) Operation of a new large scale solar simulator for testing the thermal performance of building components with particular attention to ventilated facade elements. In: CISBAT 2005, Renewables in a Changing Climate - Innovation in Building Envelopes and Environmental Systems, 2005-09-01.

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Abstract

This paper looks at the operation of a new large scale solar simulator for testing the thermal performance of building components with particular attention to ventilated facade elements