Anais Do XIV Encontro Nacional De Estudantes De Engenharia Ambiental 2016
DOI: 10.5151/engpro-eneeamb2016-mc-002-4836
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Abstract: Resumo: A diminuição de áreas verdes em ambientes urbanos pode afetar negativamente o conforto térmico em microescala, sendo necessário um gasto futuro a fim de proporcionar uma temperatura agradável dentro de residências. Este trabalho teve como objetivo apresentar uma comparação da variação das temperaturas internas de um ambiente com telhado coberto por grama formando uma cobertura verde extensiva em relação a um telhado convencional de fibrocimento. Para a realização do experimento foram construídos dois c… Show more

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“…The variation of results found concerning the LAT for the 2 types of grass used, where the Stenotaphrum secundatum grass has a higher incidence than the Zoysia japonica grass, represents a behavior similar to other investigations carried out, being in line with [Vieria 2014] who found a LAT of 34.1 o C for a roof with fi ber cement tile and 31.7 o C for a roof with the Zoysia japonica grass type, which represents 7.0% lower value. Similarly [Cordoni 2015] found a LAT of 21.1 o C for a roof with the Zoysia tenuifolia grass and 22.7 o C for a roof with a concrete slab, which represents 7.1% lower value.…”
Section: Lower Ambient Temperaturesupporting
confidence: 89%
“…The variation of results found concerning the LAT for the 2 types of grass used, where the Stenotaphrum secundatum grass has a higher incidence than the Zoysia japonica grass, represents a behavior similar to other investigations carried out, being in line with [Vieria 2014] who found a LAT of 34.1 o C for a roof with fi ber cement tile and 31.7 o C for a roof with the Zoysia japonica grass type, which represents 7.0% lower value. Similarly [Cordoni 2015] found a LAT of 21.1 o C for a roof with the Zoysia tenuifolia grass and 22.7 o C for a roof with a concrete slab, which represents 7.1% lower value.…”
Section: Lower Ambient Temperaturesupporting
confidence: 89%