Toiture végétalisée

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Toiture végétalisée

Post by cvillard » Thu May 31, 2012 11:09 pm -1100

Bonjour,

J'essaie de modéliser une toiture végétalisée avec WUFI Pro 5.1. J'ai choisi comme substrat le matériau prédéfini dans la base de données i.e "Tuff". Par contre, je me demande comment modéliser le sédum (la végétation) car je ne dispose pas de données physiques pour l'ajouter dans la base de données matériaux. Je pense utiliser les coefficients surfaciques et mettre le coefficient d'absorptivité à "couverture, feuille, verte". Est ce que celà vous semble correct?
De plus, je me demande s'il faut que je définisse aussi une épaisseur d'air équivalente Sd?

Cordialement

Céline Villard

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Post by Amandine Piot » Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:36 pm -1100

réponse fournie par e-mail.

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Toiture végétalisée

Post by chouchen29 » Thu Jan 31, 2013 8:39 pm -1100

Bonjour, j'utilise WUFI 5.1 et je dois comparer le comportement d'un caisson de toiture avec et sans végétalisation.
Comment codifier cette végétalisation ?

Cordialement.
Pascal BROCHEN
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Post by Beate Stöckl » Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:16 pm -1100

I will send you an e-mail with the current green roof data and the necessary boundary conditions for the green roof simulation.

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Re: Toiture végétalisée

Post by Emeric » Sun Apr 14, 2013 9:37 pm -1100

Hello,

I'm also interested about green roof. Is it possible to have these data and bondary conditions ?

Thanks
Regards.

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Re: Toiture végétalisée

Post by Beate Stöckl » Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:18 pm -1100

I will also send you an e-mail with the current green roof data.

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Re: Toiture végétalisée

Post by Eric Penney » Thu May 30, 2013 8:13 am -1100

I am attempting to model an extensive green roof system and could also use help with the data. I have no idea how to model the 4" of growing media.

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Re: Toiture végétalisée

Post by Christian Bludau » Sun Jun 02, 2013 8:31 pm -1100

Hello Eric,
i will send you an email with the information.
The data will also be available in our download section soon.
Regards,
Christian

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Re: Toiture végétalisée

Post by EN-J » Wed Nov 27, 2013 9:12 am -1100

Hello,

I would also be interested in having this information emailed to me. I did download a simulation guideline called "Guideline for the calculation of extensive green roofs" along with several *.xml files. However I am not familiar with how to load *xml files into WUFI. If this all the information available, perhaps I could have some hints on how to load the material properties into WUFI.

Thanks!

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Re: Toiture végétalisée

Post by Christian Bludau » Wed Nov 27, 2013 9:57 pm -1100

Hello EN-J,
the files you have downloaded on our homepage: "Guideline for the calculation of extensive green roofs" are the information you are searching about.

Thats how to import xml-files:
Insert a new layer in your assembly, double click on it, the material parameters will open. On the bottom you can find the "Import"-Button.

Christian

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