The InDeWaG project has assembled a multidisciplinary consortium consisting of large industry, SMEs, research organizations and universities. The team is based on 10 full partners from three different European countries (Germany, Bulgaria and Spain). All partners are responsible for relevant objectives addressed in the Call. The consortium is composed of 2 universities, two research centers, two large companies and four SMEs
In an interview, published by El Media, architect Dimitar Paskalev (Architectonika) gave an insight about the innovative technology of fluid flow glazing and its application in façade building. He mentioned that the enormous effect of this technology is reducing the energy consumption in a high-rise and office buildings, where maximum daylight utilization is ensured through the glass façade. He told that Architectonika, along with organizations from Bulgaria, Germany and Spain participate in a Public-Private Partnership under the Horizon 2020 Programme. The EU funded project is InDeWaG, and a Demonstration pavilion with the innovative water flow glazing façade will be set-up in Bulgaria.
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Article in journal "Renewable Energy", No 92, p. 450-461, ISSN 0960-1481.
Authors: Luis J. Claros-Marfil, J. Francisco Padial, Benito Lauret.
A New and Inexpensive Open Source Data Acquisition and Controller for Solar Research: Application to a Water-flow Glazing
A novel controller based on an inexpensive open source microcontroller board has been designed, built, programmed and installed in an experimental prototype water-flow window. The proposed data acquisition and control system, the code sequence steps, a model algorithm, and a comparison between the data collected by the system and a commercial data logger are presented. The advantages of using an open source board for the proposed control system are analysed and the benefits of using a control system based on a microcontroller are discussed.
25-05-2016, CERVIGLAS, www.cerviglas.com
06-04-2016, www.bauingenieur24.de, EU: Nullenergiehaus als Standard geplant