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@article{IJASEIT9461,
   author = {Dewanto Harjunowibowo and Ridwan Aji Budi Prasetyo and Farid Ahmadi and Taqia Rahman and Revian Nathanael Wirabuana and Rami Zeinelabdein},
   title = {Improving Thermal Performance of Dwelling Single Glass Windows Using Secondary Glazing in the UK},
   journal = {International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology},
   volume = {9},
   number = {4},
   year = {2019},
   pages = {1148--1153},
   keywords = {airtightness; dwelling; secondary glazing; thermal performance; U-value.},
   abstract = {In the globe, 40% of heat losses in domestic buildings were caused by single glazing windows usage and around 20% were due to air infiltration. Therefore, an improvement for the single glaze windows and reducing the air infiltration must be considered to lower the energy consumption. This study aims to investigate the thermal performance of secondary glazing sheet on the ordinary windows in the low-income dwellers. The PVC sheets were used as the secondary glazing which easy to tailor and fit into the windows frame in the living room. Besides, a commercial foam insulation tape was used to seal the air leakage of the windows. The indoor and outdoor temperatures of a living room, pre- and post-retrofitting, were measured and the U-values were compared based on ISO 9869:2014 standard. It is found that the respective temperature differences between indoor and outdoor at pre- and post-retrofitting were 5.6 °C and 8.6 °C. The post-retrofitting indoor temperature was more stable with fewer fluctuations compared to the pre-treatment. Furthermore, the U-values were improved by 57% where the number before and after retrofitting found to be 5.71±0.01 W/m2K and 3.23±0.01 W/m2K, respectively. Obviously, the utilisation of the proposed glazing and diminishing the air infiltration on a single glazing windows play the key role on improving the thermal comfort, cheaper than commercial double glazing, eco-friendly, and easy to install.},
   issn = {2088-5334},
   publisher = {INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development},
   url = {http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=9461},
   doi = {10.18517/ijaseit.9.4.9461}
}

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%A Harjunowibowo, Dewanto
%A Prasetyo, Ridwan Aji Budi
%A Ahmadi, Farid
%A Rahman, Taqia
%A Wirabuana, Revian Nathanael
%A Zeinelabdein, Rami
%D 2019
%T Improving Thermal Performance of Dwelling Single Glass Windows Using Secondary Glazing in the UK
%B 2019
%9 airtightness; dwelling; secondary glazing; thermal performance; U-value.
%! Improving Thermal Performance of Dwelling Single Glass Windows Using Secondary Glazing in the UK
%K airtightness; dwelling; secondary glazing; thermal performance; U-value.
%X In the globe, 40% of heat losses in domestic buildings were caused by single glazing windows usage and around 20% were due to air infiltration. Therefore, an improvement for the single glaze windows and reducing the air infiltration must be considered to lower the energy consumption. This study aims to investigate the thermal performance of secondary glazing sheet on the ordinary windows in the low-income dwellers. The PVC sheets were used as the secondary glazing which easy to tailor and fit into the windows frame in the living room. Besides, a commercial foam insulation tape was used to seal the air leakage of the windows. The indoor and outdoor temperatures of a living room, pre- and post-retrofitting, were measured and the U-values were compared based on ISO 9869:2014 standard. It is found that the respective temperature differences between indoor and outdoor at pre- and post-retrofitting were 5.6 °C and 8.6 °C. The post-retrofitting indoor temperature was more stable with fewer fluctuations compared to the pre-treatment. Furthermore, the U-values were improved by 57% where the number before and after retrofitting found to be 5.71±0.01 W/m2K and 3.23±0.01 W/m2K, respectively. Obviously, the utilisation of the proposed glazing and diminishing the air infiltration on a single glazing windows play the key role on improving the thermal comfort, cheaper than commercial double glazing, eco-friendly, and easy to install.
%U http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=9461
%R doi:10.18517/ijaseit.9.4.9461
%J International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology
%V 9
%N 4
%@ 2088-5334

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Dewanto Harjunowibowo,Ridwan Aji Budi Prasetyo,Farid Ahmadi,Taqia Rahman,Revian Nathanael Wirabuana and Rami Zeinelabdein,"Improving Thermal Performance of Dwelling Single Glass Windows Using Secondary Glazing in the UK," International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 1148-1153, 2019. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.18517/ijaseit.9.4.9461.

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AU  - Harjunowibowo, Dewanto
AU  - Prasetyo, Ridwan Aji Budi
AU  - Ahmadi, Farid
AU  - Rahman, Taqia
AU  - Wirabuana, Revian Nathanael
AU  - Zeinelabdein, Rami
PY  - 2019
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KW  - airtightness; dwelling; secondary glazing; thermal performance; U-value.
N2  - In the globe, 40% of heat losses in domestic buildings were caused by single glazing windows usage and around 20% were due to air infiltration. Therefore, an improvement for the single glaze windows and reducing the air infiltration must be considered to lower the energy consumption. This study aims to investigate the thermal performance of secondary glazing sheet on the ordinary windows in the low-income dwellers. The PVC sheets were used as the secondary glazing which easy to tailor and fit into the windows frame in the living room. Besides, a commercial foam insulation tape was used to seal the air leakage of the windows. The indoor and outdoor temperatures of a living room, pre- and post-retrofitting, were measured and the U-values were compared based on ISO 9869:2014 standard. It is found that the respective temperature differences between indoor and outdoor at pre- and post-retrofitting were 5.6 °C and 8.6 °C. The post-retrofitting indoor temperature was more stable with fewer fluctuations compared to the pre-treatment. Furthermore, the U-values were improved by 57% where the number before and after retrofitting found to be 5.71±0.01 W/m2K and 3.23±0.01 W/m2K, respectively. Obviously, the utilisation of the proposed glazing and diminishing the air infiltration on a single glazing windows play the key role on improving the thermal comfort, cheaper than commercial double glazing, eco-friendly, and easy to install.
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A1 Ahmadi, Farid
A1 Rahman, Taqia
A1 Wirabuana, Revian Nathanael
A1 Zeinelabdein, Rami
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AB In the globe, 40% of heat losses in domestic buildings were caused by single glazing windows usage and around 20% were due to air infiltration. Therefore, an improvement for the single glaze windows and reducing the air infiltration must be considered to lower the energy consumption. This study aims to investigate the thermal performance of secondary glazing sheet on the ordinary windows in the low-income dwellers. The PVC sheets were used as the secondary glazing which easy to tailor and fit into the windows frame in the living room. Besides, a commercial foam insulation tape was used to seal the air leakage of the windows. The indoor and outdoor temperatures of a living room, pre- and post-retrofitting, were measured and the U-values were compared based on ISO 9869:2014 standard. It is found that the respective temperature differences between indoor and outdoor at pre- and post-retrofitting were 5.6 °C and 8.6 °C. The post-retrofitting indoor temperature was more stable with fewer fluctuations compared to the pre-treatment. Furthermore, the U-values were improved by 57% where the number before and after retrofitting found to be 5.71±0.01 W/m2K and 3.23±0.01 W/m2K, respectively. Obviously, the utilisation of the proposed glazing and diminishing the air infiltration on a single glazing windows play the key role on improving the thermal comfort, cheaper than commercial double glazing, eco-friendly, and easy to install.
LK http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=9461
DO  - 10.18517/ijaseit.9.4.9461