Rules For The Latvian Et Seq Of Lbn 002-15 "building Construction Siltumtehnik Of Delimiting"

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Latvijas būvnormatīvu LBN 002-15 "Ēku norobežojošo konstrukciju siltumtehnika"

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2015/125.14


Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 339 in 2015 (30 June. No 30 64. §) rules on the Latvian et seq of LBN 002-15 "building construction" delimiting siltumtehnik Issued in accordance with article 5 of the law on construction of the first part of paragraph 3 of rule 1 et seq of Latvia confirmed the LBN 002-15 "construction of buildings delimiting siltumtehnik" (hereinafter referred to as the Latvian et seq of LBN 002-15). 2. The Ministry of economy in cooperation with the industry standardization Technical Committee recommends that national standardisation bodies in connection with these terms, reliance and designing standard applicable list. 3. National standardisation body shall publish the www.lvs.lv tīmekļvietn their national list of the standards that apply to the Latvian et seq of LBN 002-15. 4. Projects that provide tailored and harmonised to the provisions for the entry into force of the corresponding period in the normative requirements need not be processed according to the Latvian et seq of LBN 002-15. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 May 2010 the 2010/31/EU directive on the energy performance of buildings. The Prime Minister is the Rapidity of the Newsletters instead of Minister of Economics, Minister of health of the Ministry of economy Guntis Belēvič submitted version of the approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 June 2015 by Regulation No 339 et seq of Latvia LBN 002-15 "building construction siltumtehnik of delimiting" i. General questions 1 et seq determines the building external structure of būvelement thermal limiting design procedures, new and renewable pārbūvējam heated buildings, as well as existing buildings likely new heated rooms which are maintained in the heating season temperature 8 ° C and higher. Derogations from this requirement may et seq cases provided for in other legislation. 2. Et SEQ aims to reduce energy consumption in buildings by increasing energy efficiency. Design and construction of buildings, provide energy efficient būvelement, limiting the emission of carbon dioxide. 3. building the external design of the būvelement delimiting (hereinafter referred to as būvelement) is an external wall, roof, attic floors, floors, facing the outdoor air (well above the passage), the floor above the heated in cold cellars, not underground and floor on the bottom basement exterior wall, facing the outdoor air or soil, the outer wall of Windows, doors and gates, as well as the internal walls, and other surfaces where they delimit spaces, among which air temperature difference is 5 ° C or more. Energy-efficient are the būvelement, which sufficiently protects the area from cooling down in the winter and from overheating during the summer. Construction of the building used būvelement provided, evaluate the thermal inertia and choose the appropriate array and heat the layer combination. 4. Projects co-financed by the European Union, national or local, external wall plastered the facade solutions developed according to European technical approvals issued on the basis of the European technical approval guidelines outside of the multilayer thermal insulation systems ETAG 004.5 et seq does not apply to special buildings where heating season people reside, to warehouses and industrial buildings with specific technological processes, which require special heating (also on the agricultural production buildings cold stores and buildings, which are used occasionally). 6. restoration of architectural monuments in the national cultural monument protection inspectorate may permit derogations from this requirement, if the et seq of the requirements undermine the cultural monument conservation or heritage value drops it. 7. the calculation of thermal and būvelement design, the Latvian national standard requirements list by the Ministry of Economic Affairs on the recommendation of the national non-profit organization limited liability company Latvian National standardisation body "standard" is published by the newspaper "Gazette" (hereinafter referred to as the applicable standards). II. Heat loss in buildings 8 calculate the heat loss coefficient of the HTA to degree of wattage (W/K), which indicates the energy loss through the building (watt) būvelement if the temperature difference between the opposing surfaces is one degree, shall be determined in accordance with the formula (1). Calculates heat loss value is determined by the attribute values used in calculations when doing civil design, and fixed in the construction plan. HT = ΣUi + Σψjlj + Σχk where (1) Ui-būvelement i calculate thermal transmittance factor W/(m2 x K); AI-būvelement i projected area (m2); ψj-linear thermal bridges thermal transmittance calculation j factor W/(m K x); LJ-linear thermal bridges projected length (j), (m); χk-point (k) a heat bridge calculation of heat transmission coefficient (W/K). 9. If the heat transmittance coefficient būvelement is determined in accordance with the standard EN ISO 6946:2009 EN L ' būvkomponent and būvelement buildings. Siltumpretestīb and heat exchange coefficient. Calculation methodology ", given a constructive būvelement heterogeneity of layers and thermal bridges, buildings calculates heat loss coefficient of the HTA shall be determined in accordance with the formula (2) (defining the area of the design determined by the external dimensions būvelement): HT = Σ UjAj (2) 10. Thermo bridge is any increased conductivity of constructive inclusion būvelement. 11. Būvelement check to make sure that the thermal bridge heat permeability coefficient not exceeding this table 2 et seq of the maximum levels laid down in value.
12. Regulatory heat loss coefficient HTR (W/K) shall be determined in accordance with the formula (3). The regulatory heat loss calculation using this parameter set out in the laws, et seq. HTR = ΣURNi + ΣψRNjlj where (3) URN-būvelement i regulatory heat transmission coefficient, W/(m2 x K), determined in accordance with table 1 of this et seq; ψRNj-linear thermal bridges thermal transmittance of regulatory factor W/(m K x), determined in accordance with table 1 of this et seq. table 1 Būvelement and linear thermal transmittance coefficient of heat bridge URN W/(m 2 x K) and ψRN W/(m K x) no regulatory value p. k. Būvelement residential homes, homes, hospitals and kindergartens, public buildings, except for a nursing home, hospital and nursery production building 1. Roofs and floors filled with outdoor air κ κ κ 2 0.25 0.15 0.20. The floor on the bottom κ κ κ 0.15 0.30 0.20 3. Wall κ κ κ 0.18 0.20 0.25 4. Windows, doors and other glazed structures: 4.1. Windows, balcony doors and other glazed structures κ κ κ 1.30 1.40 1.60 4.2. the building front door κ κ κ 2.20 2.00 1.80 5. Thermal bridges ψRN κ κ κ 0.30 0.15 0.10 note. κ-temperature factor. 13. the factor κ in temperature uses a separate būvelement (also būvelement between two adjacent rooms) for the calculation of the thermal and calculated according to the formula (4): = κ (Θe-Θi) 19/that (4) – calculated Θi indoor temperature (° C), selected according to the use of the building; Θe-outdoor air average temperature during the heating season (° C) according to the Latvian et seq of LBN 002-01 "Būvklimatoloģij" near room temperature, if the calculation is performed for būvelement, which is located between two adjacent rooms. Temperature factor depending on the values specified by this Θe and Θi et seq table 8 of the annex. 14. building calculation heat loss coefficient of the HTA may not exceed the regulatory value of the HTR. 15. Separate būvelement and linear heat bridge calculation of heat transmission coefficient value of Ui and ψj may exceed the regulatory heat transmission coefficient of the URN and ψRN values, but may not exceed the maximum value of URM and ψRM, this table 2 et seq. URM is the thermal transmittance of a maximum būvelement ratio W/(m2 x K), ψRM-the linear thermal bridge maximum heat transmission coefficient, W/(m K x). table 2 Būvelement and linear thermal bridges thermal transmittance coefficient URM w/(m 2 x K) and ψRM W/(m K x) maximum value no p. k. Būvelement residential homes, homes, hospitals and kindergartens, public buildings, except for a nursing home, hospital and nursery production building 1. Roofs and floors filled with outdoor air κ κ κ 2 0.20 0.25 0.35. The floor on the bottom κ κ κ 3 0.40 0.20 0.25. Wall 3.1. Wall, except section 3.2 κ κ κ 0.23 0.25 0.30 3.2. The wall in traditional houses without insulation layer in building wall κ κ κ 0.65 0.65 0.30 4. Windows, doors and other glazed structures: 4.1. Windows, balcony doors and other glazed structures κ κ κ 1.80 1.80 1.80 4.2. the building front door κ κ κ 2.30 2.50 2.70 5. Thermal bridges ψRN κ κ κ 0.15 0.20 0.35

16. Normative value and maximum value of URM URN floors facing the outdoor air is the same as the roof, but not blazing over the floor in the basement-the same as the floors on the bottom. 17. Window and light-proof design of the glazed surface area, which are taken into account in this 12 et seq. the calculations referred to in paragraph 1, shall not exceed 20% of the each floor heated floor area. The window area is compensated by the increase in the lower window or other būvelement heat permeability coefficient values laid down pursuant to this paragraph 14 et seq. 14. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 and table 1 of this et seq, set out in the regulatory heat permeability coefficient values are not necessarily the first two stories of Windows and the front door shops and similar spaces, which functionally required for large Windows or glass walls.
18. The temperature of the heated side rooms not determined in accordance with the standard EN ISO EN 13789:13 L "building thermal characteristics. Heat transition and space created by the ventilation heat exchange coefficient. The methodology of calculation ". III. Building materials and būvelement calculated values 19. Calculation of heat transmission coefficient value of the Ui: 19.1. walls, roofs and floors, which are in contact with the outside air, in accordance with the standard EN ISO 6946:2009 EN L ' būvkomponent and būvelement buildings. Siltumpretestīb and heat exchange coefficient. Calculation methodology "; 19.2. the floors with no contact with the outside air,-in accordance with the standard LVS EN ISO 13370:13 L "building thermal characteristics. Heat loss through the land. Calculation methodology "; 19.3. the Windows and doors in accordance with standard EN ISO 10077-1 EN: 2009 L ' window, door and shutter thermal characteristics. Calculation of Siltumcaurlaidīb. Part 1: General "; 19.4. thermal bridges, χk-ψj in accordance with the standard EN ISO 10211:2013 EN L ' thermal bridges in building structures. Heat flux and surface temperature. Detailed calculations "or EN ISO 14683:13 L" Thermal bridges in building structures. Linear heat exchange coefficient. Simplified calculation methodology and values ". 20. the calculation of heat transmission coefficient of the Ui būvelement of regulated industrial production sphere declares the conformity assessment process in accordance with European Parliament and Council of 9 March 2011 Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 laying down harmonised conditions for the marketing of the construction products and repealing Council Directive 89/106/EEC (hereinafter referred to as the Regulation (EU) No 305/2011). 21. Building materials, which is the main function of būvelement is not insulated, and the conformity assessment process of the thermal characteristics are not certified, the calculation of thermal conduction and other performance values determined in accordance with this annex table 7 et seq. 22. Būvelement calculation of heat transmission coefficient of Ui the actual value of the measurements shall be carried out according to the standard LVS EN ISO 8990:2007 L ' thermal insulation. Fixed siltumpārvad's characteristics. Calibrated and cordoned off the hot box method ". IV. energy performance of buildings gaiscaurlaidīb and Būvelement of 23 gaiscaurlaidīb rates for the whole or part of the building, air leaks, expressed as m3/(m2 x h) and measured with a pressure difference of 50 Pa (q50) must not exceed that specified in points 24 et seq. 24. Depending on the method of venting the building housing, homes, hospitals, kindergartens and public buildings, the gaiscaurlaidīb has the following limit values: 24.1. buildings with natural ventilation (ventilation)-q50 ≤ 3 m3/(m2 x h); 24.2. buildings with mechanical ventilation system-q50 ≤ 2 m3/(m2 x h); 24.3. buildings with mechanical ventilation system equipped with heat recovered (recovery of air) devices-q50 ≤ 1.5 m3/(m2 x h). 25. the production buildings gaiscaurlaidīb (q50) ≤ 4 m3/(m2 x h). 26. gaiscaurlaidīb of buildings shall be determined in accordance with the standard EN EN 13829:13 L "thermal efficiency of buildings-determination of air permeability of buildings-forced ventilation method". During the test, the building must be prepared in accordance with that standard B method (design testing of containment). 27. building energy efficiency indicators calculated in accordance with the laws and regulations in the field of energy performance of buildings. V. Būvelement of water vapour permeability 28. If būvelement, the connection and Assembly of the weld is made up of different layers, so the warm side layers to the total resistance of the water vapour diffusion sd of air the equivalent of at least five times greater than the cold side of the adjacent layer of total water vapour diffusion resistance of the air equivalent of the sd. Commonly used for membrānmateriāl-sd values of this annex table 1 et seq. 29. the homogeneous building materials and insulation materials for the water vapour resistance shall be determined using the formula (5): sd = µ × d where (5) sd-or thermal insulation material in building water-vapour diffusion resistance of the air equivalent (m); µ-water vapour resistance factor, which is determined in accordance with the standard EN EN 12086:2014 L "thermal insulation materials for use in construction". Water vapour transmission characteristics or in accordance with this annex 6 et seq., and table 7, which fixed the value of m homogeneous building materials and insulation materials; stone and glass wool for uncoated µ = 1; d-building or insulation in the homogeneous material layer thickness (m). 30. this paragraph 28 et seq requirements implementing projects of technical solutions indicated. 31. If the deficiencies referred to in paragraph 28 et seq requirements fulfilled between the insulation or adjacent wind barriers and external finishes need air gap, insulation must be ventilated. Ventilated is the insulation that cavity is connected to the outdoor air and air flow conditions meet the standard LVS EN ISO 6946:2009 L ' building būvkomponent and būvelement. Siltumpretestīb and heat exchange coefficient. The methodology of calculating "criteria. Air cavity is ventilated, if the following conditions are met: 31.1. ventilation, the cross-sectional area of not less than 15 cm on each vertical cavity length (along the building perimeter) metres; 31.2. the ventilation opening of the cross-sectional area of not less than 15 cm2 on each surface of the containment structure square horizontal cavity.
32. The glass, ceramic tile, metal and metal sheets the sd is infinitely great. The calculation uses the value of 106m 33. Gastight multi-layered panels that from both sides covered with metal sheets between which is a thermal insulation layer, this provision in paragraph 28 the requirement relates to the connection panel located on the warm and cold insulation. 34. Derogations from this paragraph 28 et seq requirements are permitted if they are motivated by estimates showing that the condensate accumulation balance during the year is not positive and not detrimental to the structure. Wooden būvelemento cond emergence. Vi. Thermal insulation materials and thermal characteristics of the building materials

35. Thermal insulation material conduction coefficient λD declared or declared siltumpretestīb RD is determined in accordance with the standard EN ISO 10456 EN + AC: 2013 L "building materials and construction products. Higrotermisk properties. The value used in the projects table and declared and calculates the thermal value determination procedures ". 36. Thermal value conversion is carried out in accordance with the standard EN ISO 10456 EN + AC: 2013 L "building materials and construction products. Higrotermisk properties. The value used in the projects table and declared and calculates the thermal value determination procedures ". 37. būvelemento Poraino for the insulation material, their connections and incorporated into the Assembly welds according to the manufacturer's recommendations using a special functional steam and wind barriers, which protect the lightweight of the wind and external moisture, as well as from internal and external water vapour and air pressure difference of negative impacts. The convection effects can be ignored if the insulation density not less than that referred to in the table 3 et seq. You can use the lower density of the insulation material, if the calculation of the coefficient of thermal conduction calculation uses this λd et seq of the annex referred to in table 2 of the working conditions, the insulation of the correction coefficient for Δλw values. 38. The insulation may be used freely for Bert (also mechanically incorporated) material with a specific gravity of air permeability resistance is less than 6 kPa x s x m-2, if the calculated value of the coefficient of conductivity λd is obtained, the declared value of the coefficient of conductivity λD adding thermal insulation work of correction Δλw in accordance with this annex table 2 et seq. 39. If the insulation used hygroscopic material, which formed a certain dry samples with standard LVS EN ISO 10456 + AC: "building materials and construction products in 2013. Higrotermisk properties. The value used in the projects table and declared and calculates the thermal value determination procedures ' methods, the resulting λ10m value converted to normal indoor conditions-temperature 23 ° C and a relative humidity of 50%, multiplied by a correction factor of Fu, determined by using the formula (6): Fu = exp (fu x .50 u23) (6) Fu-the correction factor for the transition between the different moisture environments; Fu-humidity conversion coefficient for the insulation material; u23 .50-humidity (kg/kg) under normal indoor conditions. Different insulation material moisture robežblīvum 40. conversion factors and certainly this u23 .50 fu et seq of the annex table 6. 41. in determining the thermal transmittance is calculated būvelement values of the Ui and the thermal insulation layer thickness, free to take into account the thermal insulation material of Bert compaction during its lifetime. Glass and stone wool to compaction is not less than 5%, but the cellulose fibres-not less than 20%. 42. If the conductivity measurements carried out in accordance with a harmonised construction products technical regulations or with the handle (novecināt) materials, the correction factor dla can be zero. 43. the conductivity λD declared w/(m x K) shall be determined in accordance with the harmonised technical rules of construction or using the formula (7) (if the insulation material is not harmonised technical rules or harmonised technical regulations not mentioned in the determination of conductivity type declared): λD > λ10m + Δλ + Δλ (7) λ10m-insulation material conductivity value is the average temperature of 10 ° C, in accordance with this 35 or 39 et seq.; Δλ-correction factor evaluated standard deviation in accordance with this paragraph 35 et seq; Δλ-aging correction factor. 44. the conductivity λD declared w/(m x K) for each thermal insulation products manufacturer (dealer) noted in the Declaration of conformity in accordance with the harmonised technical regulations or provide the technical passport (if the thermal insulation products not harmonized technical regulations). 45. All of the insulation material determined by the thermal conduction of the declared class. Insulation material class is declared in the guaranteed conductivity in w/(m x K) (Watts per meter and degrees) and rounded to the nearest higher class pointer. Manufacturer (dealer) thermal insulation material class specifies the corresponding harmonised construction products technical regulations, as well as on the product packaging. 46. If the thermal insulation materials manufactured in conformity with harmonised European standards and labelled with the CE mark, the product is declared siltumpretestīb RD (m2K/W), the product conductivity class determined in accordance with the formula (8) and the resulting value shall be rounded up to the nearest value with an accuracy of 0.001 W/(m K x): cl = λ DNA/RD that (8) dN-nominal thickness of thermal insulation products in accordance with the relevant harmonised European standards. In this case, the manufacturer indicates the conductivity λ D declared or declared siltumpretestīb of construction products on the packaging, do not specify the RD with the conduction of individual designation class.
47. Insulation material calculation of conductivity λD W/(m x K), taking into account the containment structures under real working conditions shall be determined in accordance with the standard EN ISO 6946:2009 to EN L ' būvkomponent and būvelement buildings. Siltumpretestīb and heat exchange coefficient. The methodology for calculating "or using the formula (9), derived by adding thermal insulation to the result of the working conditions of correction Δλw in accordance with this annex table 2 et seq, if harmonized standards for construction products not otherwise specified: λd = λcl + Δλw (9) 48. Būvelement thermal insulation material calculated conductivity, determined in accordance with this point, construction et seq specification. 49. Būvelemento thermal insulation material used most frequently for the correction coefficient Δλw value of this annex table 2 et seq. 50. this annex table 3 et seq in the correction coefficient Δλw value refers to the insulation materials used for bottom, basement, exterior walls are also in the floor on the bottom or horizontally on the outside as a remedy against the bottom of the izcilāšano island. If the thermal insulation material density corresponds to the table above, the correction coefficient in the range Δλw value determines the linear interpolēj. If the thermal insulation material density does not match the table above range, its use in this manner is not acceptable. 51. the Δλw of correction values for inverted roof constructions used for thermal insulation of extruded polystyrene foam (XPS) or grooved plates that are covered with a straining cloth, et seq of this annex table 4. The roof is the inverse of the roof where insulation layer placed on top of the waterproofing layer. 52. the calculation of the heat used in determining būvelement calculates the heat transmission coefficient of the Ui value. 53. The regulated sphere used building materials and construction products that match is certified as a thermal insulation material in accordance with the Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 calculated conductivity λd of determined in accordance with this annex table 7 et seq. VII. Būvelement thermal inertia 54. Būvelement thermal inertia calculation must be carried out in accordance with standard EN ISO 13790:2009 EN L "energy performance of buildings. Space heating and cooling energy calculation ". 55. c λ, ρ and sizes for different building materials and insulation materials fixed to this annex 6 et seq., and table 7. Some building materials and insulation materials, humidity is the percentage by weight of the heat inertia calculations defined in this annex, table 5 et seq. Thermal insulation materials, the calculated thermal conductivity λd defined in accordance with this et seq, λ = λd inertia calculations. 56. Būvelement thermal inertia used in the heating and ventilation system of power calculations in accordance with the Latvian et seq of the LBN 231-15 "residential and public buildings, heating and ventilation" in place of the Minister of Economics, Minister of health of the Ministry of economy Guntis Belēvič the annex submitted by the Latvian et seq of LBN 002-15 "building construction" siltumtehnik delimiting (approved by Cabinet of Ministers of 30 June 2015 regulations No 339) table 1 the resistance of the water vapour diffusion sd of the air equivalent of the membrānmateriāl No. PO box Product, or material the water vapour diffusion resistance of the air equivalent of the sd (m) 1. Polyethylene film of 0.15 mm 50 2. Polyethylene film of 0.2 mm 75 3. Polyethylene film of 0.25 mm 100 4. Polyester film 0.2 mm 50 5. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) film, 30 6. Aluminum foil 0.05 mm 1500 7. Polyethylene film (staple) 0.15 mm 8 8. Polyethylene film (staple) 0.20 mm 12 9. Pergamīn 1 mm 2 10. Ruberoīd of 15 11. Aluminizēt paper 0.4 mm 10 12. Gaiscaurlaidīg (breathable) windbreaks membrane 0.2 13. Acrylic paint (0,1-0,2 mm round) 1 14. Latex paint (0.1 mm) 0.3 15. Alkīd color (0.1 mm) 4 16. Polyurethane paint (0.03 mm) 4 17. Silikātkrās (0.1 mm) 0.2 18. Vinyl wallpaper 2

table 2 correction factor Δλw W/(m K x) būvelemento for use in thermal insulation materials and insulation depending on the working conditions of the No. PO box Insulation material or article title, air permeability specific resistance or density of the insulation of ventilated working conditions būvelement in Δλw (W/mK) not ventilated būvelement in Δλw (W/mK) 1 2 3 4 1. Mineral wool (rock wool, glass wool) with Ra ≤ 6 kPa x s x m-2 0.006 0.008 2. Mineral wool (rock wool, glass wool) with 6 kPa x s x > m-2 0.001 0.002 3. Free of mineral wools with Bert Ra ≤ 6 kPa x s x m-2 0.008 4 must not be used. Free Bert cellulose fibre (ekovat) r > 25 kg/m3 (Ra > 6 kPa x s m-2 x) 0.008 5 must not be used. Cellulose fibre with hidromehanizēt the forerunner of ρ = 35-75 kg/m3 (Ra > 6 kPa x s m-2 x) 0.008 0.02 6. Putupolistirol of extruded (XPS) boards 0.001 0.002 7. Phenolic and urea-formaldehyde foam sheets 0.02 0.03 8. Aerated concrete ρ ≤ 400 kg/m3 0.015 0.02 9. Aerated concrete 400 < ρ ≤ 600 kg/m3 10.0.03 0.04 aerated concrete ρ > 0.07 0.08 11 600 kg/m3. Reed plate ρ = 200 kg/0.035 m3 12 must not be used. Perhlorvinil foam sheets 0.012 0.015 13. Products of expanded polystyrene (EPS) 0.003 0.004 plate 14. Blowing gypsum ρ = 0.07 0.08 15 500 kg/m3. Putupoliuretān and putupoliuretān plate 0.012 0.015 16. Straw plate (with liquid glass binder) ρ = 350 kg/m3 0.045 17 must not be used. Fibreboard plates 0.002 0.003 18. Arbolīt plate 0.015 0.017 19. Keramzītbeton ρ ≤ 400 a 600 kg/m3 < 0.01 0.02 20. Keramzītbeton ρ ≤ 800 by 600 kg/m3 < 0.025 0.045 21. Keramzītbeton in ρ ≤ 1000 800 kg/m3 < 0.05 0.07 22. Peat plates 200 ≤ ρ ≤ 300 kg/m3 23 0.015 0.02. Wood and wood plate ρ = 200 kg/m3 must not use 0.015 24. Wood and wood plate ρ = 1000 kg/m3 0.11 25 must not be used. Putustikl ρ = 200 kg/m3 of 0.02 0.025 26. Putustikl ρ a = 400 kg/m3 0.035 0.04 note. Ventilated cavity in thermal insulation material of exterior protected by a wind barrier or surface with thermal insulation material against the forced convection effects on thermal insulation material to heat transmission. This condition does not apply to the cold attic, which the air velocity above the insulation material is not greater than 0.5 m/s. table 3 correction factor Δλw W/(m K x) increased humidity of different density (kg/m3) thermal insulation materials in direct contact with the bottom No. PO box Insulation material Unilateral contact with soil Δλw double-sided (duplex) to come into contact with soil Δλw 1. Aerated concrete ρ = 300-600 kg/m3 0,02-0,04 2 must not be used. Keramzītbeton ρ a = 400-600 kg/m3 0.01-0.02 3 must not be used. Bērum in ρ = expanded 200-400 kg/m3 0.05-0.06 0.06-0.07 4. Mineral wools ρ ≥ 0.005 0.01 5 100 kg/m3. Products of expanded polystyrene (EPS) ρ ≥ 30 kg/m3 6 0.01 0.02. Extruded (XPS) putupolistirol in ρ ≥ 25 kg/m3 0.002 0.004 table 4 correction factor Δλw W/(m K x) increased humidity putupolistirol of extruded (XPS) plates, which density ρ = 25-40 kg/m3 and the inverted roof No. PO box Design type Δλw (W/mK) 1. Open ventilated surface: 1.1. one of putupolistirol extruded (XPS) layer and gravel mound of 0.001 1.2. two putupolistirol of extruded (XPS) layers and gravel mound of 0.003 2. Closed not ventilated surface: 2.1. the roof terrace with a putupolistirol extruded (XPS) dropped in the melnzem insulation and 0.008 2.2. extruded (XPS) putupolistirol of the insulation under the 0.008 bruģējum 2.3. extruded (XPS) putupolistirol of the insulation under the concrete paving parking lot in table 5 different 0.008 building materials and insulation materials, humidity percentage of weight w thermal inertia calculation No. PO box The material weight moisture () ω 1. Putupolistirol (EPS) 10 2. Putupoliuretān a 5 3. Reinforced concrete 3 4. Keramzītbeton of 10 5. Slag concrete 8 6. Aerated concrete 12 7. Java 4 8. Brickwork 4 9. Conifers 20 10. Oak 15 11. Particle board 12 12. Sand 2 13. Light grovel for 3 14. Slag 4 table 6 thermal insulation materials and thermal characteristics of the building materials and the calculated value of No. PO box Material density (kg/m3) ρo humidity air relative humidity 50% and 23 ° C (kg/kg) .50 u23 humidity air relative humidity of 80% and 23 ° C (kg/kg) 80 u23 humidity conversion coefficient for water vapour resistance fu factor µ c specific heat J/(kg x K) 1. Putupolistirol (EP) 10-50 60 1450 2 0.01 0.01 0.1. Extruded (XPS) putupolistirol 20-65 150 1450 3 0.001 0.0015 0.1. Putupoliuretān plate 28-55 60 1400 4 0.02 0.03 0.3. Phenolic foam 20-50 0.02 0.03 0.2 50 1400 5. Glass wool 10-120 0.004 0.005 2.5 1 1030 6. Stone wool 15-200 0.004 0.005 2.5 1 1030 7. Putustikl 100-150 0 0 0 106 1000 8. Perlite boards 140 to 240 0.02 0.03 0.8 5 900 9. Cork boards 90-160 0.05 0.07 1.0 10 1560 10. Phenol-formaldehyde urea foam and 10-30 0.1 0.15 0.7 2 1400 11. Blown polyurethane foam 10-30 60 1400 12 0.02 0.03 0.3. Wood wool with liquid glass 30-150 0.12 0.2 1.0 5 1600 13. Wood wool cement 250-450 0.06 0.1 1.0 5 1470 14. Wood plaque (soft) 150-250 0.1 0.16 1.5 10 1400 15. Bulk glass wool 15-60 0.004 0.005 2.5 1 1030 16. Loose stone wool 20-60 0.004 0.005 2.5 1 1030 17. Bulk cellulose fibre (ekovat) 20-60 0.11 0.18 0.5 2 1600 18. The bulk putuperlīt 3 2 900 19 30-150 0.01 0.02. The bulk of the expanded 200-400 0 4 2 1080 20 0.001. The putupolistirol bulk (particulate) 0.01 0.02 0.2 2 1400 21 10-30. Clay bricks 1000-2400 10 16 1000 22 0.006 0.01. Calcium silicate 1000-2000 0.006 0.012 4 20 1000 23. Concrete with pumice stone filling 500 – 1300 0.025 0.045 2.6 50 1000 24. Concrete with dense fillings 1600-2400 0.011 0.018 6.4 150 1000 25. Manufactured stone 1600-2400 0.011 0.018 6.4 150 1000 26. Concrete with filling the 600-1200 putupolistirol 0.06 0.10 3 120 1000 27. Concrete with expanded filling 400-700 0.02 0.03 2.6 6 1000 table 7 and other materials for building thermal performance calculation value

Nr. PO box Material group material density (kg/m3) ρo conductivity λd W/(m K x) specific calorific value (c) J/(kg x K) water vapour resistance factor µ 1. Metal aluminium is 2700 220 890 ∞ (106) Duralumin (106) 2800 160 880 ∞ ∞ (106) 8400 120 380 brass bronze copper 8900 370 380 8700 65 380 (106) ∞ ∞ (106) mazoglekļ steel 7900 75 450 ∞ (106) to ∞ (106) 7500 50 450 cast alloy steel 7800 50 450 ∞ (106) reinforcing steel 7850 58 480 ∞ (106) stainless steel (106) lead 7900 17 460 ∞ ∞ 11300 35 130 (106) zinc 7100 110 380 ∞ (106) 2. Wood and materials on its base-homogeneous tree 150 0.07 0.10 0.13 1610 40 1000 0.24 1610 40 1610 40 500 1610 40 300 plywood 0.10 0.13 0.07 1610 400 300 150 1610 400 500 wood slab 1610 400 1000 0.24 1610 400 300 0.10 0.18 0.14 1700 50 500 1700 50 700 1700 50 wood slab with cement Binder 1200 1500 50 wood slab 0.23 0.09 0.15 1700 10 800 400 1700 10 600 0.18 1700 10 pressed paperboard 0.23 1000 1000 0.27 2300 2300 10 paper-corrugated paperboard 650 0.18 2300 7 3. Gypsum plaster 600 1000 10 1000 10 1500 to 900 0.18 0.54 ģipškarton 0.25 1050 10 4. Java normal, blended in the Lac site 1800 0.9 1100 10 5. Concrete in cast concrete with crushed rock or pebbles 0.7 1080 100 2400 1600 2500 840 100 2.0 2.0 1060 130 reinforced concrete clay with straw-800 800 skaidbeton 0.3 0.4 1260 in 1520 by 1400 izdedžbeton 1460 2 1000 0.4 2.5 0.93 840 30 6. Rocks basalt 2700-3000 2500-3000 3.5 860 10000 granite sandstone 800 10000 2000-2500 2.8 2.0 2.5 860 40 2000-2500 870 200 limestone dolomite 2.2 2400 880 10 7. Soil clay 1200-1800-2500-1.5 1670 sand and gravel 1700-2200 2.0 910-1180-8. Water, ice, snow, water (10 ° C) 1000 0.6 4187-ice (0 ° C) 900-2000 snow 2.2 (fresh) < 30 mm 0.06 100 2000-snow (fresh) 30-70 mm 200 0.12 2000-snow (just landed) 70-100 mm 300 0.23 2000-snow (heavily sat down) > 200 mm 500 0.70 2000-9. Stucco a cement-cement perlite 1000 0.3 840 4-slag putupolistirol (XPS) 1400 840 6 plaster-perlite 0.7 600 0.25 0.65 840 6 840 4 plaster 1300 lime-sand-cement-lime 1700 0.9 840 6 sand of 1.0 0.8 840 5 1800 1600 polimērcement 840 10 10. Quartz glass-glass 1.4 700 (106) glass tile ∞ 2000 1000 ∞ (106) 1.2 normal window glass (106) 1.0 720 2500 ∞ 11. Gas air 1.23 0.025 1008 1 argon krypton Xenon 1.7 0.017 519 1 245 1 160 1 3.56 0.009 5.90 0.0055 of carbon dioxide (CO2) 1.95 0.014 820 1 12. Plastics, solid (without pores) Acrylic-polycarbonate 1200 1050 10000 0.21 0.20-0.23 1000 10000 PTFE 2200 1200 5000 hard polyvinyl chloride (PVC) 1390 0.18 900 50000 polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with 40% of the 1200 1000 50000 0.14 tenderisers polyethylene, high density (HD) 980 0.40 1800 100000 polyethylene, low density (LD) 920 0.32 2100 100000 polystyrene 1050 1300 100000 poliacetāt in 1410 1400 100000 0.18 0.30 1400-1800 phenolic 0,3-0,7-polypropylene 1200 1700 10000 0.20 0.22 910 EPDM 1150 1000 6000 PMMA (akrilāt) 1180 0.18 1500-polyurethane 1130 1200 0.25-0.25 1700 1800 6000 polyamide epoxy resin 1200 0.23 800-1400 10000 13. Clean silicone silicone 1000-1050 0.25-0.35 1000 5000 filled silicone 1300-1450 0.35-0.5 1000 5000 14. Rubber poliisobutilēn-butyl in 920 0.13 1130 (hot melted) 0.24-1200 to 1240 0.23 2140 200000 neoprene porgumij 60-80 of 0.04 1500 7000 15. Glazing in solid rubber butyl distancer-0.24-200000 polyester resin, silica gel-0.13-1200 200000 1.4 0.19-silicone foam-0.12-16. Sealing materials nylon 0.23 1700-1140 urethane (liquid)-0.3-silicone foam-0.12-flexible vinyl-0.12-flexible porgumij 70-0.05-polyethylene foam 36 0.06 2300 100 17. Roof coatings asphalt 2100-2300 1500 50000 1000 1000 50000 0.7 for ruberoīd of natural bitumen 0.13 1100 1000 50000 0.23 clay tiles, concrete tiles 900 10 0.9 1900 2100 1.4 1000 50 18. Floor coatings 1300 1400 5000 0.17 Cork linoleum linoleum 500-700 1300 1500 paklājgrīd-0.07 0.10-5 plastic and rubber 1200-1700 0.17-0.27 1400 10000 19. Solid brick wall of ceramic bricks, cement-sand mortar 1800 880 10 silikātķieģeļ 0.81, cement-sand mortar of 0.87 1800 880 10 20. Hollow brick wall ceramic bricks, 1400 kg/m3brut the cement-sand grout ceramic bricks 1600 0.64 880 155, 1300 kg/m3brut the cement-sand grout ceramic bricks 0.58 1400 880 15, 1000 kg/m3brut of cement-sand mortar of cement, 1200 0.52 silikātķieģeļ 880 15-sand mortar 0.81 silikātķieģeļ 880 15, 1500 cement-sand mortar of 0.76 table Temperature 1400 880 15 8 factor values

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