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Numerical Simulation of Weather Resistance Experiment for Insulated Decorative Panel

This paper presents heat transfer and deformation of an insulated decorative panel subject to weather resistance experiments using finite element analysis of ANSYS software. A 3D model is developed following a typical external structure of standard high-rise residential building, then thermal perfor... Full description

Journal Title: Applied mechanics and materials 2017-06, Vol.865, p.347-353
Main Author: Hu, Xiang Lei
Other Authors: Ying, Gao , Xu, Z
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Language: English
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description: This paper presents heat transfer and deformation of an insulated decorative panel subject to weather resistance experiments using finite element analysis of ANSYS software. A 3D model is developed following a typical external structure of standard high-rise residential building, then thermal performances of hot-rain cycle, hot-cold cycle, and freeze-thaw cycle experiments are predicted numerically. According to the results of ANSYS analysis, it is found that stress due to temperature change concentrates at external corners between wall and doors and windows. It is suggested that the pasting area of inorganic mortar insulation decorative panel and bonding mortar should be strengthened in order to reduce the influence of temperature stress, and meanwhile, to adapt to the temperature deformation, the width of seam should be wide enough to avoid any sealing failure.
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