Energy and Economic Evaluation of Composition of Partitions in a Residential House in Serbia

M. Despotović and V. Stefanović (Serbia and Montenegro)


Building partitions, Heaters, Residential buildings


For a contemporary house in Serbia by using software HTB2, it was evaluated how its heating depends on six applied types of partitions. It was found that (1) the house with partitions mainly of glass wool would have the minimum heat consumption, (2) the house with partitions made of masonry would require heaters of minimum size, (3) the house with partitions made of siporex would require the lowest investment in partitions and heaters, and (4) the house with partitions of glass wool would yield the highest net savings during the life cycle of the house.

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