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Description
Advantages
Disadvantages
Characteristic features
Application barriers
Information sources
Image
Trade:
Parameter Minimal Value Maximal Value Unit
Name
Material

BRICKWORK (OUTER LEAF), UF FOAM, THERMALITE - HIGH STRENGTH, PLASTER (LIGHTWEIGHT)

plastic

Dimensions

450/685

1600/2500

m

Thickness

70

70

m

Weight

kg/m²

Density

kg/m³

U-Value - Thermal Transmittance

W/m2K

Annual Degradation Rate on U-Value

0

0

%

R-Value
Thermal Conductivity

n.a.

n.a.

W/mK

Specific Heat Capacity Thermal mass

kJ/kgK kJ/(m2K)

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient

0.86;0.84; 0.82;0.78;0.67

n.a.

%

Solar Absorption (outside surface)
Orientation
Investment Cost

480

175

€/m2

Operational Cost

3

3

€/year

Replacement Cost

16

6

€/year

Life Expectancy

30

30

years

Deterioration Description
Causes
Parameter
Degradation Rate
Measurement


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