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Research Article Open Access
Heat transfer across building wall systems (BWS) is now a globally important research topic that bears wide consequences on energy consumption as well as conservation in buildings. The numerous analytical and numerical works carried out in this area, especially in the GCC countries, requires actual experimental results in order to validate these studies. This paper is a description of the planning and implementation process used to construct one such experimental set up with high relevance to the present day scenario. All the types of wall systems used for residential and commercial buildings of recent origin are included and described. The methods adopted to maintain identical conditions are also detailed in this paper. Data regarding the thermal performance of the different wall systems under dynamic conditions for different climates will help to confirm the theoretical studies as well as to overcome the limitations of measuring instruments used
Building wall systems, Wall thermal conduction, Energy conservation, Cooling load, Building blocks, Aerospace Engineering,Biochemistry,Biogenetic Engineering,Biomedical Engineering,Botany,Fluid Dynamics,Chromatography Techniques.