1 Section for Indoor Environment, Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark2 Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark3 Section for Building Physics and Services, Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
This report presents the measurements of local thermal conditions in one room (“Room 3”) of the so-called “Flexouse” located at Risø DTU. The house is part of Risø DTU’s SYSLAB facility used to study the interaction of different facilities that supply and use energy. The facility has been used in winter and spring 2009 to study the distribution of local temperatures in the room – particularly with the purpose to compare with the temperature measured and logged by the heating control sensor which was already installed in the room. The measured data shall be used together with mathematical models to predict the overall dynamic thermal properties of the building. The project is part of a wider complex of projects on predicting the electricity and heating energy consumption in dwellings.