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Analysis of Heat and Moisture Transfer Beneath Freezer Foundations-Part II

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Moncef Krarti, Pirawas Chuangchid, Pyeongchan Ihm

CEAE Dept., CB 428, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309

J. Sol. Energy Eng 126(2), 726-731 (May 04, 2004) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1644559 History: Received October 01, 2003; Revised October 01, 2003; Online May 04, 2004
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(a) Freezer foundation model and (b) slab floor construction details
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A generic control volume for the two-dimensional heat and mass transfer model
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(a): Soil temperature isotherms for uninsulated freezer slab during wintertime (b): Soil temperature isotherms for uninsulated freezer slab during summertime (c): Soil temperature isotherms for poorly insulated freezer slab (R-10) during wintertime (d): Soil temperature isotherms for poorly insulated freezer slab (R-10) during summertime (e): Soil temperature isotherms for well insulated freezer slab (R-20) during wintertime (f ): Soil temperature isotherms for well insulated freezer slab (R-20) during summertime
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(a): Total slab heat gain from a freezer during wintertime (b): Total slab heat gain from a freezer during summertime
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(a): Comparison of soil temperature profiles obtained from the heat and moisture transfer model and from the pure conduction heat transfer model for uninsulated slab (frozen soil) during summertime (b): Comparison of soil temperature profiles obtained from the heat and moisture transfer model and from the pure conduction heat transfer model for well insulated slab (unfrozen soil) during summertime
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(a): Total slab heat gain for uninsulated freezer slab obtained from heat and moisture transfer model and from pure heat transfer model during summertime (b): Total slab heat gain for well insulated freezer slab obtained from heat and moisture transfer model and from pure heat transfer model during summertime

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