Lessons learned with respect to the CAE roadmap from the monitoring of a high-performance social housing building in Quebec City

Authors: Rouleau, JeanGosselin, LouisBlanchet, Pierre
Edited by: Athienitis, Andreas
Abstract: A prototype was built in Quebec City to demonstrate the feasability of low-energy social housing buildings. The case study building was heavily monitored to follow its energy performance. This paper presents observations that emerged from this project regarding the design and operation of this social housing building. It shows the energy consumption of each individual dwelling, the indoor temperature in summer and heat fluxes flowing through the envelope. Lessons learned regarding lowenergy residential buildings that are resilient and powered by renewable energy are discussed.
Document Type: Article dans une conférence
Issue Date: 16 October 2020
Open Access Date: Restricted access
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/68279
This document was published in: Université Concordia
Académie canadienne du génie
Centre d'études sur le bâtiement à consommation nulle d'énergie
Collection:Rapports de recherche

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