Factors affecting the development of wall panels to reduce the energy consumption of indoor air conditioners for commercial.
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This research approach to study the development of interior wall for reduce energy consumption by air conditioning in the building. In order to be a prototype in the development of an industrial system for the export of green architecture in order to generate income for the community or entrepreneurs to bring money into the country to upgrade the industrial economy to be sustainable It is an architectural material that is compatible with the weather in Thailand. It can be used as a guideline for people interested in applying it to their own home building or disseminating through various media to reduce energy costs for a comfortable living. The objective is to study the factors that affect the development of wall paneling in order to reduce the energy burden of the air conditioner in the building in order to further the commercial production. The researcher collected data for the past 6 months, not including other thermal energy. Used to calculate the energy consumption index for 2 building groups, it was found that the electricity consumption of green buildings were 531,100 kilowatt hours. And an average of 5.31 kilowatt hours per square meter While the non-green building has an average of 653,360 kilowatt hours. And an average of 6.53 kilowatt hours per square meter As for the results of the data analysis, the damage level is mostly at level 1 which is the wall surface and no obvious damage. Especially the 4th and 5th height is 1.55 meters and 1.85 meters from the floor level in the building. Damage level 3 is found at the height level 3 at a height of 1.00 meters from the floor level in the building. Assessment of damage caused to the interior wall of the building that occurred in 3 levels. The results of the data analysis showed that most damage levels were at level 1, namely the wall surface without obvious damage. Especially the 4th and 5th height is 1.55 meters and 1.85 meters from the floor level in the building. Damage level 3 is found at the height level 3 at a height of 1.00 meters and from the results of collecting moisture content in the exterior wall materials And analyzed to find the average for each of the 5 levels of height, which are 0.55 meters, 0.75 meters, 0.95 meters, 1.55 meters and 1.85 meters, found that the buildings have different moisture content in each wall level (p <0.05). In conclusion, this green building index equation can be applied to other buildings to reduce energy consumption and meet the standards of the green building. From the equation, the electricity consumption can be predicted using the electricity usage index and systematically designed energy management in buildings. The area with the most damage will find the humidity in the range of 47% -98%, the highest damage level 3, at an elevation of 0.80 meters from the floor level in the building
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