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UDK: 699.86:009.182
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Published: Građevinar 53 (2001) 7
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Thermal effects on buildings - meteorological input data for Croatian standards

Marjana Gajić-Čapka, Ksenija Zaninović, Boris Androić, Ivica Džeba, Darko Dujmović

Abstract

Thermal effects on buildings, defined in the draft standard ENV 1991-2-5:1997, and dependant on climatic parameters, are presented in the introductory part of the paper. The paper continues with the description of the study of extreme air temperature regimens in Croatia, based on data from the 1961-1990 period. The temperature-based zoning of Croatia was conducted according to vertical gradients of parameters Tmax50 and Tmin50, and based on their dependence on altitude. Five zones were defined for maximum air temperatures while six zones were defined for minimum air temperatures.

Keywords
analysis of extremes, climatic parameters, altitude, temperature zones, thermal action, extreme air temperatures

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Gajić-Čapka, M., Zaninović, K., Androić, B., Džeba, I., Dujmović, D.: Thermal effects on buildings - meteorological input data for Croatian standards, GRAĐEVINAR, 53 (2001) 7

OR:

Gajić-Čapka, M., Zaninović, K., Androić, B., Džeba, I., Dujmović, D. (2001). Thermal effects on buildings - meteorological input data for Croatian standards, GRAĐEVINAR, 53 (7)
Authors:

Marjana Gajić-Čapka
Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Zagreb

Ksenija Zaninović
Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Zagreb
Androic WEB
Boris Androić
I.A. projektiranje d.o.o., Zagreb
Croatian Academy of Engineering
Džeba Ivica WEB
Ivica Džeba
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering
DDujmovic 221112 WEB
Darko Dujmović
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering