Antoine Dugué

Antoine Dugué
Nobatek/INEF4, France

PhD

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September 2009 - present
NOBATEK/INEF4
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  • Head of R&D

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Publications (18)
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Living envelopes, such as biological skins and structures built by animals, are functional and sustainable designs resulting from years of evolution, conditioned by biological and physical pressures from the environment. When building a home, animals demonstrate inspiring strategies to protect themselves from predator threats and external climatic...
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Building envelopes can manage light, heat gains or losses, and ventilation and, as such, play a key role in the overall building performance. Research has been focusing on increasing their efficiency by proposing dynamic and adaptive systems, meaning that they evolve to best meet the internal and external varying conditions. Living organisms are re...
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Building envelopes have a key role to the occupant comfort. Their design, implementation and functionalities highly influence the overall building performance. Some current research focus on strategies to improve buildings energy efficiency while minimizing their impact on the environment. Bioinspiration i.e., the inspiration of biological organism...
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Digital transformation in the built environment is a fact that will shape the industry, increasing its efficiency and improving its quality. However, there are many challenges still facing the industry to complete this transformation. Under this theme, during the Sustainable Places 2020 virtual conference on 28th October 2020, nine EU-funded resear...
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This paper investigates the public and professional attitudes towards an innovative energy efficient façade refurbishment system, in Mediterranean countries, including Greece, Italy and Spain. Two types of multiple choice questionnaires were developed and addressed to two different target groups: building professionals and users. The survey questio...
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How EU programs for funding R&D take account of innovations in the buildings sector Research is financed under the EU’s framework programs and, since 2009, via a few public-private partnerships (PPPs) involving industry and its value chain. The partnership Energy Efficient Buildings, managed by ECTP, contains a program specific to the building indu...
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Within the existing European building stock, a large share of the suburban multi-storey residential building stock was built in the 60’s-70’s, when there were only few or no requirements for energy efficiency. These buildings are characterized by very high energy consumption, low air quality due to poor ventilation, and low architectural value. In...
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The building sector is responsible for more than 40% of the EU’s total energy consumption. To reduce the energy consumption in buildings and to achieve the EU’s fossil fuel saving targets for 2020 and beyond 2050, the energy efficient retrofitting strategies are critically important and need to be implemented effectively. This paper presents a dyna...
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This study aims at providing an accurate description of the thermal behaviour of solar shading devices in order to develop a simple modeling which can be integrated in a thermal simulation platform. A 1D model is developed by considering precisely the radiative exchanges in short and long wavelengths, and by integrating ascending laminar flow which...
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This study aims at providing an accurate description of the thermal behaviour of solar shading devices in order to develop a simple modeling which can be integrated in a thermal simulation platform. A 1D model is developed by considering precisely the radiative exchanges in short and long wavelengths, and by integrating ascending laminar flow which...
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During the design process of a building, the energetic modelling of the solar envelop is often imprecise. The purpose of the present work is the detailed description of solar shading devices that induce a chimney effect such as claddings or blinds, which would allow their promotion in order to meet the industrial needs of the sector. An experimenta...
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Given the difficulty of the consideration and assessment of buffer zones of buildings such as greenhouses, double skin façades and atriums, the tool TOPAZ has been developed. The tool is designed to provide information to assist in the design phase of projects including such a buffer zone. It is based on a fast and easy to use method that leads to...
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This study aims at providing an accurate description of the thermal behaviour of solar shading devices, in order to develop a simple modeling which can be integrated in a thermal simulation platform. A 1D model is developed by considering precisely the radiative exchanges in short and long wavelengths, and integrating ascending laminar flow which t...
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This investigation aims at providing an efficient description of solar shading devices behaviour which can be integrated into modelling platforms currently on the market. A 1D model is developed by considering precisely the radiative exchanges in short and long wavelengths, and integrating ascending laminar flow which takes place between the shadin...

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The objective of the H2020 funded project E2VENT is the development of a facade module based on ventilated façade elements for the renovation of residential buildings. It embeds a air renewal system with a double flux heat exchanger (SMHRU) allowing to improve indoor air quality while limiting associated thermal losses. Another system based on PCM (LHTES) allows to store energy to cool the associated flat in summer and preheat it in winter.