simplex

PLEASE CLICK THIS BOX OR SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEOS!

INDEPENDENT

RESEARCH

\II/

 

USE OF HEAT FROM CRYSTALLIZATION OF SUPERSATURATED SODIUM ACETATE

IN A NEW PROPOSED WINDOW PANEL TO HEAT A SPACE WITHOUT ELECTRICITY

 

phase change technology in passive heating and cooling (chemistry in architecture II )

 

                                                  eric field                                          cassandra frasier

                             (professor in the architecture department)        (professor in the chemistry department)

 

spring 2011

DESCRIPTION:   in keeping with the objective of harnessing the power of chemistry and utilizing it directly in architecture,  we researched the use of heat from the crystallization of supersaturated sodium acetate in a new proposed window panel to heat a space without electricity.

MAIN STRATEGY:

USES IN ARCHITECTURE

1) thermal mass window

2) "heat on demand"

3) emergency relief technology

4) underfloor heating

WEBSITE PRODUCED BY YAMEN HAMA COPYRIGHT © YAMEN HAMA 2015 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED