On the Problem of Revising the Code of Rules SP 131.13330 “Construction Climatology” in a Changing Climate

Number of journal: 6-2021

Umnyakova N.P.,
Shubin I.L.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31659/0044-4472-2021-6-3-10
УДК: 551.581.2


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ode of Rules SP 131.13330 “Construction Climatology” is the main document for structural calculation and design of most construction projects in Russia. Considering that climate changings on the Earth is currently taking place, and the main trend is towards warming, the timely updating of climatic parameters is an important task. The article analyzes changes in climatic parameters, such as different air temperatures, dynamics of precipitation, height and duration of snow cover, tendencies to change in soil temperature in the Arctic regions at different depths from the earth’s surface, etc. Based on the processing of climatic data, the climatic parameters were revised for the period from 1966 to 2019 and changes were made to tables with climatic parameters for the cold and warm periods of the year, average monthly and average annual temperatures and partial pressure, average and maximum amplitudes of daily temperature fluctuations by months, as well as a table with the values of the specific enthalpy and moisture content of air for 17 cities of the Russian Federation, which can be used in the design of air conditioning systems, was developed.
N.P. UMNYAKOVA1,2, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering) (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
I.L. SHUBIN1,3, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering) (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

1 Research Institute of Building Physics, Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences (21, Lokomotivniy Driveway, Moscow, 127238, Russian Federation)
2 Moscow Information and Technological University – Moscow Architectural and Construction Institute (32, bldg. 11, Volgogradsky Driveway, Moscow, 109316, Russian Federation)
3 Russian University of Transport» (9, bldg. 9, Obraztsova Street, Moscow, GSP-4, 127994, Russian Federation)

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For citation: Umnyakova N.P., Shubin I.L. On the problem of revising the Code of Rules SP 131.13330 “Construction Climatology” in a changing climate. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing Construction]. 2021. No. 6, pp. 3–10. (In Russian). DOI: https://doi.org/10.31659/0044-4472-2021-6-3-10

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