Publication detail

On the two-scale finite element method for the heat transfer in buildings

ŠŤASTNÍK, S. VALA, J.

Original Title

On the two-scale finite element method for the heat transfer in buildings

English Title

On the two-scale finite element method for the heat transfer in buildings

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The design of modern engineered buildings cannot avoid understanding non-stationary thermal behaviour of buildings, its prediction and modification of the design of modern engineered buildings. Reliable mathematical models and corresponding software codes should containinformation about a (quasi)periodic material microstructure. One possible approach is to apply the correction algorhytm for (not necessary conforming) two-scale finite element discretization to a special parabolic problem and to combine it with the two-scale homogenization theory.

English abstract

The design of modern engineered buildings cannot avoid understanding non-stationary thermal behaviour of buildings, its prediction and modification of the design of modern engineered buildings. Reliable mathematical models and corresponding software codes should containinformation about a (quasi)periodic material microstructure. One possible approach is to apply the correction algorhytm for (not necessary conforming) two-scale finite element discretization to a special parabolic problem and to combine it with the two-scale homogenization theory.

RIV year

2006

Released

19.10.2006

Publisher

FAST VUT

Location

Brno

ISBN

80-214-3282-9

Book

Sborník 5. Matematický workshop

Pages from

111

Pages to

112

Pages count

2

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT20038,
  author="Stanislav {Šťastník} and Jiří {Vala}",
  title="On the two-scale finite element method for the heat transfer in buildings",
  annote="The design of modern engineered buildings cannot avoid understanding non-stationary thermal behaviour of buildings, its prediction and modification of the design of modern engineered buildings. Reliable mathematical models and corresponding software codes should containinformation about a (quasi)periodic material microstructure. One possible approach is to apply the correction algorhytm for (not necessary conforming) two-scale finite element discretization to a special parabolic problem and to combine it with the two-scale homogenization theory.",
  address="FAST VUT",
  booktitle="Sborník 5. Matematický workshop",
  chapter="20038",
  institution="FAST VUT",
  year="2006",
  month="october",
  pages="111--112",
  publisher="FAST VUT",
  type="conference paper"
}