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dc.contributor.authorGorantla, K.
dc.contributor.authorShaik, S.
dc.contributor.authorSetty, A.B.T.P.R.
dc.identifier.citationInternational Journal of Heat and Technology, 2018, Vol.36, 1, pp.252-260en_US
dc.description.abstractGlass window enclosures for buildings consume a lot of energy for affording thermal and visual comfort. Reducing solar radiation in summer and increase in winter through different double window glasses for making energy efficient building design is the theme of this paper. Therefore this work measures the spectral characteristics of four glasses namely grey, green, bronze and clear glasses in entire solar spectrum region from 300nm to 2500nm at normal angle of incidence by using Shimadzu UV 3600 spectrophotometer based on ASTM standards. To find the solar optical properties a MATLAB code was used which is based on British standards. To find the solar radiation transmission from different double window glass configurations and cost analysis from eight coordinal directions at peak summer and winter day were selected as per Indian standards with a MATLAB code to hot and dry climatic zone of Jodhpur (26.300N, 73.020E). From these results it is shows that in south direction all double glass windows are gaining less heat in summer and more heat in winter season when compared to other orientations. It is found that south orientation C1(Greyglasswindow-Airgap10mm-Greenglasswindow) and C12(Clearglasswindow-Airgap10mm-Bronzeglasswindow) configuration windows are gaining minimum and maximum heat in summer and winter respectively when compared to other configuration windows. Among all windows C1 configuration window is saving more cost annually. 2018 International Information and Engineering Technology Association. All rights reserved.en_US
dc.titleThermal and cost analysis of float and various tinted double window glass configurations on heat gain into buildings of hot & dry climatic zone in Indiaen_US
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