UNCERTAINTY DISTRIBUTIONS IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR DETACHED HOUSES LOCATED IN BANGKOK NEIGHBORHOODS
This study aims to investigate a distribution of
architectural design parameters including building
layout, floor area, thermal properties of building
envelope, roof shape, overhang length, window to wall
ratio (WWR), and air infiltration rate, observed from
546 Thai houses in order to develop a reference house.
A large uncertainty is found in WWR on the front wall
and the left wall of living room as well as the area of
master bedroom and living room. The reference
building including the uncertainties in architectural
design is provided for further analyses in the home
energy performance and senstivity analysis in energy
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