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FIGURE 5-18 Single-pane window in older home
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A common window used in the 1960s was an aluminum-framed window with a single pane of clear glass, and this window is used as our standard for comparison for the following statistics, which approximate averages: A wood or vinyl frame with dual-pane clear glass would be 27 percent more efficient. Wood or vinyl frame with dual-pane glass and a Low-E coating would be 32 percent more efficient. An insulated frame window with triple-pane glass and a Low-E coating would be 41 percent more efficient. Orientation can also have a great effect on how the light strikes the windows and heats or cools the house. In a cold climate, south-facing
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windows with a high SHGC can assist with winter heating costs provided you purchase windows that will allow for solar gain. In a warm climate, north-facing windows with a low SHGC are more suitable. East- and west-facing windows are more difficult to shade.
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Gas-Filled Windows In gas-filled windows, two or more panes of glass surround a sealed space that is normally filled with an inert or noble gas (Figures 5-21 and 5-22). Nitrogen is most common, followed by argon, and krypton, with their heat transfer properties from high to low, respectively. Two layers of glass are the industry standard in warmer or cooler climates, while triple-pane sealed glass has the lowest heat loss characteristics and is more efficient in the hottest and coldest climates. Nitrogen gas is normally used in the window fill space. Argon is also used and has a lower heat transfer characteristic than nitrogen. It slowly evaporates from the cavity over time, causing a loss of insulating characteristics, but it is generally accepted that until the argon concentration is less than 75 percent, usually in about 20 years, the window retains its abil-
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ity to insulate. The additional cost per window as compared to using a nitrogen fill is small. Krypton is a gas that has better insulating properties than argon; however, it is considerably more expensive and not normally used. The property that all of these gases share is low reactivity. What this means for windows is less reactivity, less heat transfer, and less energy lost or gained. In your energy-efficient home, you are attempting to control the amount of energy that enters and leaves your home. These gases help create a stable environment.
Shade and Awnings For most homeowners, a passive solar project can entail a small home improvement, such as adding or removing sources of shade and sunlight (Figure 5-23).
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Multiple glazings Low-E coating Gas fill Warm edge spacer Improved frame material
FIGURE 5-21 Gas-filled double-pane window
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For small projects, one control mechanism is required: something to block the sun when it s unwanted or unneeded. External controls include shades and awnings (Figure 5-24), which are low cost, decorative, and easy to install. A second external or internal option for shade is shutters (Figure 5-25). Dual-pane, insulated windows are now available with blinds built in between the two panes of glass (Figure 5-26). Similar skylights are also available.
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Another external way to use passive solar energy is with landscaping (Figure 5-27). You may not be able to reorient your home physically, but
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Convection Convection takes place in gas. Pockets of high-temperature, low-density gas rise, setting up a circular movement pattern. Convection occurs within multiple-layer windows and on either side of the window. Optimally spacing gas-filled gaps minimizes combined conduction and convection.
Radiation Radiation is energy that passes directly through air from a warmer surface to a cooler one. Radiation is controlled with low-emissivity films or coatings.
Conduction Conduction occurs as adjacent molecules of gases or solids pass thermal energy between them. Conduction is minimized by adding layers to trap air spaces, and putting low-conductivity gases in those spaces. Frame conduction is reduced by using low-conductivity materials such as vinyl and fiberglass.
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