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Thermal evaluation of a rustic building prototype at 1/5 scale with vegetal envelope during the winter in southern Peru

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Alioska Jessica Martínez García ,
Alioska Jessica Martínez García

Universidad Nacional del Altiplano Puno, Professional School of Architecture and Urbanism, Perú

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Yeny Roxana Estrada Cahuapaza ,
Yeny Roxana Estrada Cahuapaza

Universidad Nacional del Altiplano Puno, Professional School of Architecture and Urbanism, Perú

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Grover Marín Mamani ,
Grover Marín Mamani

Universidad Nacional del Altiplano Puno, Professional School of Architecture and Urbanism, Perú

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Vitaliano Enríquez Mamani ,
Vitaliano Enríquez Mamani

Nacional University of Juliaca, Juliaca, Perú

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Kely Lelia Cotacallapa Ochoa ,
Kely Lelia Cotacallapa Ochoa

Andean University Néstor Cáceres Velasquez, Professional School of Architecture and Urbanism, Juliaca, Perú

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Francisco Curro Pérez ,
Francisco Curro Pérez

Universidad Andina del Cusco, Academic Department Basic Sciences, Cusco, Perú

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Abstract

The purpose of the study was to demonstrate the benefits of a model for scientific research in the sense that a construction system with a vegetated enclosure could benefit the internal environment of Juliaca in winter. To do this, we used an experimental procedure to compare the thermal resistance of a fifth-scale adobe high Andean house without vegetation and a house built in the climatic zone with vegetated facades. It simultaneously records the internal surface temperature, the internal air temperature, and the external environmental conditions. The results obtained show that the use of photosystems in buildings is an effective passive technique to reduce energy consumption due to its ability to insulate and protect internal thermal conditions.

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Martínez García AJ, Estrada Cahuapaza YR, Marín Mamani G, Enríquez Mamani V, Cotacallapa Ochoa KL, Curro Pérez F. Thermal evaluation of a rustic building prototype at 1/5 scale with vegetal envelope during the winter in southern Peru. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2023 Apr. 21 [cited 2024 Feb. 25];2:34. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/34

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