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Scope

Building physical assessment

Fire performance REI 30
maximum span = 5 m; maximum load Ed,fi = 5,29 kN/m²  
Classified by IBS  
Fire performance Germany
Classification: F30  
Load Ed,fi according to the German certification document
Proof: DIN 4102-4:2016-05, Tabelle 10.16, Zeile 1  
Thermal performance U 0,66 W/(m2K)
Diffusion adequate
Calculated by HFA  
Acoustic performance Rw (C;Ctr) 57 dB (-3; -10)
Ln,w (Cl) 59 dB (1)
Assessed by TGM  
Assessed by Müller-BBM  
Mass per unit area m 123,5 kg/m2
 
exposed beams
Cross-section of standard configuration

exposed beams
Standard configuration

Register of building materials used for this application, cross-section (from outside to inside)

Thickness [mm] Building material Thermal performance Reaction to fire­
λ μ min – max ρ c
A 25,0 dry screed 0,210 8 900 1,050 A1
B 30,0 impact sound absorbing subflooring MW-T 0,035 1 68 1,030 A1
C 40,0 fill 0,700 1 1800 1,000 A1
D trickling protection E
E 40,0 planking spruce wood tongue and groove fire resistant planking 0,120 50 450 1,600 D
F construction timber floor joists (in acc. with structural design) 0,120 50 450 1,600 D

Ecological rating (per m2 construction area)

Database ecoinvent

OI3Kon -9,5
Calculated by IBO  

GWP
[kg CO2 Äqv.]
AP
[kg SO2 Äqv.]
PEI ne
[MJ]
PEI e
[MJ]
EP
[kg PO4 Äqv.]
POCP
[kg C2H4 Äqv.]
-45,9 0,149 437,0 922,1 0,025 0,008

Database GaBi (ÖKOBAUDAT)

Built-in renewable materials 33,3 kg
Biogenic carbon 48,6 kgCO2 Äqv.
Energy use of Primary Energy 504,0 MJ
Share of renewable PE 30,2 %
Calculated by TUM  

Resources
Lifecycle
Phase
GWP
[kg CO2 Äqv.]
AP
[kg SO2 Äqv.]
EP
[kg PO4 Äqv.]
ODP
[kg R11 Äqv.]
POCP
[kg Ethen Äqv.]
PERE
[MJ]
PERM
[MJ]
PERT
[MJ]
PENRE
[MJ]
PENRM
[MJ]
PENRT
[MJ]
A1 - A3 -32,418 0,083 0,014 8,9E-7 0,011 149,271 575,356 724,554 319,432 34,226 353,794
C1 - C4 56,931 0,012 0,003 8,28E-8 0,001 3,046 -574,527 -571,481 32,002 -0,146 31,856
A1 - C4 24,957 0,095 0,017 9,73E-7 0,012 152,318 0,830 153,074 351,664 34,080 385,881

Last update 27.06.2018/hfa.plb