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Étude énergétique du Centre des Archives Nationales de Pierrefitte-sur-Seine

Abstract : The construction of the new National Archives Center began in Pierrefitte in 2009. The architectural unit is composed of two parts: the building “Satellites” for the public reception and the high-rise building (IGH) where the warehouses devoted to the conservation of documents stand. Cold beams allow the air conditioning of the ”Satellites” whereas air pulse duct is used for the “IGH”. An innovative regulation is installed on the warehouses to get a low hygrometry and temperature charge. The purpose of this paper is to show how to reduce the energy consumption in the two buildings thanks to dynamic thermal simulation including optimizing the heat transfer coefficient “U” of glazed walls. And finally, that other means of energy conservation were considered. Implementing a new refrigerated unit in a “water state” more adapted to cold beams would save 20% energy a year.
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François Catroux. Étude énergétique du Centre des Archives Nationales de Pierrefitte-sur-Seine. Thermique [physics.class-ph]. 2011. ⟨dumas-01076798⟩



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