Publication detail

Design and Numerical Modelling of Prefabricated Roller Blind Lintels

LAVICKÝ, M. PĚNČÍK, J. KARLÍK, Š.

Original Title

Design and Numerical Modelling of Prefabricated Roller Blind Lintels

English Title

Design and Numerical Modelling of Prefabricated Roller Blind Lintels

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The prefabricated roller blind lintels have become common solution, particularly for the single-leaf masonry structures without external thermal insulation system. These lintels, representing simple system solution, are designed to interrupt thermal bridges in a place of above the window lintel and simultaneously to provide sufficient reliability of load transfer. The actual outdoor blinds contribute to increase the thermal stability in the room in summer and winter season. They prevent overheating of the room in the summer months and reduce heat transmission through a window in the winter. This paper is focused on the design and numerical modelling of the prefabricated roller blind carrier lintels solutions. Methods of elimination of the thermal bridge are demonstrated on the example of a real produced prefabricated lintel. At the same time this paper deals with its structural analysis. Analyses were carried out using the method of numerical modelling, using finite element method and computing software ANSYS.

English abstract

The prefabricated roller blind lintels have become common solution, particularly for the single-leaf masonry structures without external thermal insulation system. These lintels, representing simple system solution, are designed to interrupt thermal bridges in a place of above the window lintel and simultaneously to provide sufficient reliability of load transfer. The actual outdoor blinds contribute to increase the thermal stability in the room in summer and winter season. They prevent overheating of the room in the summer months and reduce heat transmission through a window in the winter. This paper is focused on the design and numerical modelling of the prefabricated roller blind carrier lintels solutions. Methods of elimination of the thermal bridge are demonstrated on the example of a real produced prefabricated lintel. At the same time this paper deals with its structural analysis. Analyses were carried out using the method of numerical modelling, using finite element method and computing software ANSYS.

Keywords

Roller Blind Lintel, Window, Masonry, Statics, Thermal Analysis, FEA.

Released

29.09.2016

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Switzerland

Pages from

56

Pages to

63

Pages count

8

BibTex


@article{BUT132061,
  author="Miloš {Lavický} and Jan {Pěnčík} and Štěpán {Karlík}",
  title="Design and Numerical Modelling of Prefabricated Roller Blind Lintels",
  annote="The prefabricated roller blind lintels have become common solution, particularly for the
single-leaf masonry structures without external thermal insulation system. These lintels,
representing simple system solution, are designed to interrupt thermal bridges in a place of above
the window lintel and simultaneously to provide sufficient reliability of load transfer. The actual
outdoor blinds contribute to increase the thermal stability in the room in summer and winter season.
They prevent overheating of the room in the summer months and reduce heat transmission through
a window in the winter. This paper is focused on the design and numerical modelling of the
prefabricated roller blind carrier lintels solutions. Methods of elimination of the thermal bridge are
demonstrated on the example of a real produced prefabricated lintel. At the same time this paper
deals with its structural analysis. Analyses were carried out using the method of numerical
modelling, using finite element method and computing software ANSYS.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  chapter="132061",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.861.56",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  number="861",
  volume="861",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="56--63",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="journal article - other"
}