RT - Journal Article
T1 - NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES FOR DIFFERENT THERMAL INSULATION MATERIALS
JF - IUST
YR - 2018
JO - IUST
VO - 8
IS - 1
UR - http://ijoce.iust.ac.ir/article-1-323-en.html
SP - 29
EP - 42
K1 - ferro cement wall
K1 - reinforced cement concrete (RCC)
K1 - wall temperature
K1 - social spider optimization (SSO)
K1 - genetic algorithm (GA)
K1 - group search optimization (GSO)
K1 - air gap
K1 - energy efficient wall section.
AB - The objective of this work is to predict the temperature of the different types of walls which are Ferro cement wall, reinforced cement concrete (RCC) wall and two types of cavity walls (combined RCC with Ferrocement and combined two Ferro cement walls) with the help of mathematical modeling. The property of low thermal transmission of small air gap between the constituents of combine materials has been utilized to obtain energy efficient wall section. Ferro cement is a highly versatile form of reinforced concrete made up of wire mesh, sand, water, and cement, which possesses unique qualities of strength and serviceability. The significant intention of the proposed technique is to frame a mathematical modeling with the aid of optimization techniques. Mathematical modeling is done by minimizing the cost and time consumed in the case of extension of the existing work. Mathematical modeling is utilized to predict the temperature of the different wall such as RCC wall, Ferro cement, combined RCC with Ferro cement and combined Ferro cement wall. The different optimization algorithms such as Social Spider Optimization (SSO), Genetic Algorithm (GA) and Group Search Optimization (GSO) are utilized to find the optimal weights α and β of the mathematical modeling. All optimum results demonstrate that the attained error values between the output of the experimental values and the predicted values are closely equal to zero with the SSO model. The results of the proposed work are compared with the existing methods and the minimum errors with SSO algorithm for the case of two combined RCC wall was found to be less than 2%.
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