Article I Paper in the Energy Journal
Exciting news! Our partners from Politecnico di Torino and Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena have published a paper in the Energy Journal, showcasing groundbreaking advancements in sustainable building technologies.
The paper titled "Experimental assessment of the energy performance of microfluidic glazing components: The first results of a monitoring campaign carried out in an outdoor test facility" presents the first results of a monitoring campaign conducted in an outdoor test facility. This newly developed microfluidic glazing, with its circulating liquid-filled micro-channels, acts as a heat exchanger, effectively controlling heat transfer through facades.