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The thermal transmittance (U-value) can easily be calculated and estimated for homogeneous materials and constructions by manually calculating the insulation value for each layer. However, it becomes more complex when accessing the U-value for inhomogeneous constructions. For example in cases where the insulation is placed at the soffit of a concrete roof with the concrete beams penetrating the insulation as shown in the figure.



The best option for determining the U-value of these inhomogeneous constructions is to perform steady-state finite-element computer simulations, either 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional, if you are not an expert in such simulations, we can assist you by producing a full simulation report on demand for only USD49.

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The U-value report can be used to show compliance vis-à-vis the building code and/or green building certification requirements. For example, in Malaysia, U-value compliance to MS1525 U-value requirements for roofs and the Green Building Index (GBI) Credit Requirements.


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Your Simulation Information

Illustration of typical Beam / Slab construction. Please provide available information in the fields below:

Beam / Slab informations

Please add the section information as list, starting with centre to centre distance (A or B), Beam Width (W) and Depth (D). Example:

Section A: Distance A: 4000mm, Width A (Wa): 300mm, Depth A (Da): 400mm

Section B: Distance B: 6000mm, Width B (Wb): 300mm, Depth B (Db): 600mm

Material information

Please add layer information as list, starting with exterior layer. Example:

1. Screed; 50mm; 2.3W/mK

2. RC Concrete, 200mm, 2.3W/mK

3. Insulation, 100mm, 0.04W/mK

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