Using heat flux sensors for a contribution to experimental analysis of heat transfers on a triple-glazed supply-air window
The triple-glazed supply-air window is a passive system of heat recovery that contributes to a building's ventilation system. In this research, an experimental set-up is developed in order to characterize the window’s thermal performance without solar radiation by simultaneously measuring the local temperatures and heat fluxes with thermocouples and heat fluxmeters. The objective of this research is to compensate for a lack of experimental data on this type of window and to provide more experimental results in the realm of temperature and heat flux. In this dataset, we present our experimental database.