Potential energy savings from deployment of Dynamic Insulation Materials for US residential buildings
Abstract This paper presents a summary of the results obtained from a comprehensive analysis to evaluate the potential energy savings associated with replacing traditional, static insulation with Dynamic Insulation Materials (DIMs) for US residential buildings. In order to determine the effectiveness of DIMs to reduce heating and cooling energy use, two different control schemes are investigated: 1) using temperature sensors and the measured temperature profile to trigger the switching mechanism, 2) seasonal control based on climate and weather trends. The performance of DIMs varied significantly by climate, with total energy savings ranging from 7% to 42%. Highlights Dynamic Insulation Materials (DIMs) are applied and evaluated for US residential buildings. In all US climates, DIMs outperform static insulation systems. DIMs can achieve heating and cooling energy savings ranging from 7% to 42%.
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