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    Title: Modelling of coupled heat and moisture transfer in porous construction materials
    Authors: Shao-Shu Chu(朱紹舒)
    Te-Hua Fang
    Win-Jin Chang
    Contributor: 圖書資訊館
    Keywords: Coupled heat and moisture transfer
    Temperature and humidity
    Porous materials
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-08-20 10:48:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The model contains a coupled relationship between
    temperature and humidity within the constructions and can be solved by using the
    numerical method. However, the two-room region can be reduced to a single region when
    the region with no ventilation is considered, and then the room temperature and relative
    humidity can be obtained analytically. The solution obtained in this paper is verified by
    comparing with the result of the analytical method. It shows that the two results are
    in agreement. In addition, the proposed model can also be applied to simultaneously
    obtain the transient temperature and humidity of a two-room region for different porous
    construction materials.
    Relation: Mathematical and Computer Modelling
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