Field measurements of the indoor thermal environment in living room formed by a wood stove

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  • 薪ストーブ使用時に形成される居間の室内温熱環境の実測調査
  • 薪ストーブ使用時に形成される居間の室内温熱環境の実測調査 : 山形県金山町の「地域型住宅」を含む木造戸建住宅を事例として
  • マキストーブ シヨウジ ニ ケイセイ サレル イマ ノ シツナイ オンネツ カンキョウ ノ ジッソク チョウサ : ヤマガタケン カネヤママチ ノ 「 チイキガタ ジュウタク 」 オ フクム モクゾウ コダテ ジュウタク オ ジレイ ト シテ
  • : Case study on wooden detached houses including “Regional housing” in Kaneyama Town, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan
  • 山形県金山町の「地域型住宅」を含む木造戸建住宅を事例として

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<p>The objective of this study is to obtain fundamental knowledge about the indoor thermal environment of wooden detached houses heated using a wood stove. In winter of 2018, field measurements of air temperature, globe temperature and relative humidity in different types of houses with a wood stove were conducted in Kaneyama Town, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan. In the case of the type of contemporary house which is highly insulated and airtight, the indoor thermal environment was relatively warmer, the fluctuation of air temperature was small and the thermal radiation environment was favorable. In the case of the type of traditional house which the thatched roof has been removed and renovated according to the regional housing style, the indoor thermal environment was a relatively lower and the fluctuation of the air temperature was large. This tendency appeared in the morning when the wood stove was used in the short term. The relative humidity was low when using a wood stove. As a result, it is clarified that the volume and space composition of the house are important elements in to examine the thermal environments formed by a wood stove in addition to the insulation and airtightness of the house.</p>


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