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CATENA ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 211 ◽  
pp. 106026
Author(s):  
Yulong Duan ◽  
Xuyang Wang ◽  
Lilong Wang ◽  
Jie Lian ◽  
Wanfu Wang ◽  
...  

2022 ◽  
Vol 277 ◽  
pp. 107368
Author(s):  
Shuangwen Yi ◽  
Lin Zeng ◽  
Zhiwei Xu ◽  
Yao Wang ◽  
Xianyan Wang ◽  
...  

2022 ◽  
Vol 135 ◽  
pp. 108523
Author(s):  
Yanfang Wang ◽  
Yanjun Shen ◽  
Ying Guo ◽  
Bohao Li ◽  
Xiaolu Chen ◽  
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CATENA ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 209 ◽  
pp. 105851
Author(s):  
Li Wang ◽  
Yanning Qiu ◽  
Zhiyong Han ◽  
Chi Xu ◽  
Shuang-Ye Wu ◽  
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2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (2) ◽  
pp. 855
Author(s):  
Jing Zhao ◽  
Dehan Liu ◽  
Shilei Lu

The application of attached sunspace passive solar heating systems (ASPSHS) for farmhouses can improve building performance, reduce heating energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. In order to take better use of the attached sunspace to prevent heat transfer or promote natural ventilation, this paper presented a zero-state response control strategy for the opening and closing time of active interior window in the ASPSHS. In order to verify the application of this strategy, an attached sunspace was built in an actual farmhouse. A natural ventilation heat exchange model was built based on the farmhouse with attached sunspace. The proposed zero-state response control strategy was implemented in TRNSYS software. Field measurement in living lab was carried out to inspect the distribution of the thermal environment in the farmhouse with attached sunspace under a zero-state response control strategy in the cold region of northern China. The experimental results show that, even under −5.0–2.5 °C ambient temperature, the application of zero-state response control strategy effectively increases the internal temperature to an average of 25.45 °C higher than the outside, with 23% indoor discernible temperature differential in the sample daytime. The whole-season heating performance was evaluated by simulating the model for the heating season in 2020–2021. The simulation demonstrates that the ASPSHS under zero-state response control strategy can maintain a basic indoor temperature of 14 °C for 1094 h during the heating season, with a daytime heating guarantee rate of 73.33%, thus ensuring higher indoor heating comfort during the day. When compared to a farmhouse with an attached sunspace under the zero-state response control strategy, the energy savings rate can be enhanced by 20.88%, and carbon emissions can be reduced by 51.73%. Overall, the attached sunspace with the zero-state response control strategy can effectively increase the indoor temperature when the solar radiation is intensive and create a suitable thermal environment for the farmhouse in the cold region of northern China.


2022 ◽  
Author(s):  
Jianbing Jin ◽  
Mijie Pang ◽  
Arjo Segers ◽  
Wei Han ◽  
Li Fang ◽  
...  

Abstract. This spring, super dust storms reappeared in East Asia after being absent for a (two) decade(s). The event caused enormous losses both in Mongolia and in China. Accurate simulation of such super sandstorms is valuable for the quantification of health damages, aviation risks, and profound impacts on the Earth system, but also to reveal the driving climate and the process of desertification. However, accurate simulation of dust life cycles is challenging mainly due to imperfect knowledge of emissions. In this study, the emissions that lead to the 2021 spring dust storms are estimated through assimilation of MODIS AOD and ground-based PM10 concentration data. To be able to use the AOD observations to represent the dust load, an Angstrom-based data screening is designed to select only observations that are dominated by dust. In addition, a non-dust AOD bias correction has been designed to remove the part of the AOD that could be attributed to other aerosols than dust. With this, the dust concentrations during the 2021 spring super storms could be reproduced and validated with concentration observations. The emission inversion results reveal that wind blown dust emissions originated from both China and Mongolia during spring 2021. Specifically, 18.3M and 27.2M ton of particles were released in Chinese desert and Mongolia desert respectively during these severe dust events. By source apportionment it has been estimated that 58 % of the dust deposited in the densely populated Fenwei Plain (FWP) in the northern China originate from transnational transport from Mongolia desert. For the North China Plain (NCP), local Chinese desert play a less significant roles in the dust affection; the long-distance transport from Mongolia contributes for about 69 % to the dust deposition in NCP, even if it locates more than 1000 km away from the nearest Mongolian desert.


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