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A parametric study of influence of material properties on car cabin environment

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A parametric study of influence of material properties on car cabin environment

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A parametric study of influence of material properties on car cabin environment

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Originální abstrakt

Recently the author presented the paper describing a car cabin heat load model for the prediction of the car cabin environment. The model allowed to simulate a transient behavior of the car cabin, i.e. radiant temperature of surfaces, air temperature and relative humidity. The model was developed in Dymola and was built on the basic principles of thermodynamics and heat balance equations. The model was validated by experiments performed on the Škoda Felicia during various operational conditions. In this paper the authors present a parametric study investigating influence of material properties on a car cabin environment. The Matlab version of the car cabin heat load model has been developed and used. The model was extended by simple graphical user interface and it was deployed into the stand alone executable application. The aim of this parametric study is to identify most important material properties and its effect on the cabin environment during specific operational conditions of car. By means of a sensitive analysis it can identified which material parameters have to be defined precisely and which parameters are not so important for the prediction of the air temperature inside cabin.

Anglický abstrakt

Recently the author presented the paper describing a car cabin heat load model for the prediction of the car cabin environment. The model allowed to simulate a transient behavior of the car cabin, i.e. radiant temperature of surfaces, air temperature and relative humidity. The model was developed in Dymola and was built on the basic principles of thermodynamics and heat balance equations. The model was validated by experiments performed on the Škoda Felicia during various operational conditions. In this paper the authors present a parametric study investigating influence of material properties on a car cabin environment. The Matlab version of the car cabin heat load model has been developed and used. The model was extended by simple graphical user interface and it was deployed into the stand alone executable application. The aim of this parametric study is to identify most important material properties and its effect on the cabin environment during specific operational conditions of car. By means of a sensitive analysis it can identified which material parameters have to be defined precisely and which parameters are not so important for the prediction of the air temperature inside cabin.

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@inproceedings{BUT103893,
  author="Jan {Pokorný} and Jan {Fišer} and Miroslav {Jícha}",
  title="A parametric study of influence of material properties on car cabin environment",
  annote="Recently the author presented the paper describing a car cabin heat load model for the prediction of 
the car  cabin environment. The model allowed  to  simulate  a transient behavior of the car cabin, i.e. radiant 
temperature of surfaces, air temperature and relative humidity. The model was developed in Dymola and was 
built on the basic principles of thermodynamics and heat balance equations. The model was validated by 
experiments performed on the Škoda Felicia during various operational conditions. In  this paper the authors 
present a parametric study investigating influence of material properties on a car cabin environment. The Matlab 
version of the car cabin heat load model has been developed and used. The model was extended by simple 
graphical user interface and it was deployed into the stand alone executable application. The aim of this 
parametric study is to identify most important material properties and its effect on the cabin environment during 
specific operational conditions of car. By means of a sensitive analysis it can identified which material parameters 
have to be defined precisely and which parameters are not so important for the prediction of the air temperature 
inside cabin.",
  address="EDP Sciences",
  booktitle="EPJ Web of Conferences",
  chapter="103893",
  doi="10.1051/epjconf/20146702096",
  edition="EFM",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="EDP Sciences",
  number="1",
  year="2014",
  month="march",
  pages="573--576",
  publisher="EDP Sciences",
  type="conference paper"
}