mardi 10 juillet 2012

Distribute the heat throughout the house

To distribute heat well captured, bioclimatic architecture 
uses opaque materials, including a slab or walls painted 

a dark color (a brown or clay that does not reflect light).

The material used must be very dense and heavy inertia 
to absorb a large quantity of energy during the day and 
rebroadcast throughout the night.

This surface, called wall sensor acts as a radiator and
 may obviate the need for a central heating system.
The majority of energy inputs is then Solar and can 
be supplemented by an auxiliary heating, usually in wood.

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