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Selecká, Iveta, Silvia Vilčeková et Andrea Moňoková. « Verification of building environmental assessment system for houses ». Selected Scientific Papers - Journal of Civil Engineering 14, no 1 (1 décembre 2019) : 55–66. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/sspjce-2019-0006.

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Abstract Sustainable construction and its architecture of buildings seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by efficiency in the use of materials, energy, and development space and the ecosystem at large. Sustainable buildings use a conscious approach to energy and ecological conservation in the design of the built environment in cities. This article is devoted to the environmental assessment of three family houses which represent three different material and design solutions. The houses were evaluated through the Slovak building environmental assessment system (BEAS), which has been developed for Slovak conditions at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, TUKE. This study shows that the influence of green design, compared to traditional construction, is important and more beneficial for the practice of designing sustainable buildings. It creates the most comprehensive relationship between the building and its environment and significantly affects building sustainability.
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Millán-Martínez, Marlón, Germán Osma-Pinto et Julián Jaramillo-Ibarra. « Estimating a Building’s Energy Performance using a Composite Indicator : A Case Study ». TecnoLógicas 25, no 54 (3 août 2022) : e2352. http://dx.doi.org/10.22430/22565337.2352.

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Several studies have analyzed the integration of energy-saving strategies in buildings to mitigate their environmental impact. These studies focused mainly on a disaggregated analysis of such strategies and their effects on the building's energy consumption and thermal behavior, using energy engine simulation software (EnergyPlus, TRNSYS, and DOE2) or graphical interface software (DesignBuilder, eQuest, and ESP-r). However, buildings are complex systems whose energy behavior depends on the interaction of passive (e.g., location and construction materials) and dynamic (e.g., occupation) components. Therefore, this study proposes a composite indicator Building’s Energy Performance (BEP) as an alternative to deal with this complex and multidimensional phenomenon in a simplified way. This indicator considers energy efficiency and thermal comfort. The Electrical Engineering Building (EEB) of the Universidad Industrial de Santander was selected to verify the performance of the BEP indicator. In addition, a sensitivity analysis was performed for different mathematical aggregation methods and weighting values to test their suitability to reproduce the building behavior. Different simulation scenarios modeled with DesignBuilder software were proposed, in which the energy-saving strategies integrated with the building was individually analyzed. The results confirmed that the integration of the building's energy-saving strategies improved the BEP indicator by approximately 16%. It has also been possible to verify that the BEP indicator adequately reproduces the building’s energy behavior while guaranteeing comfort conditions. Finally, the Building Energy Performance indicator is expected to contribute to the integration of sustainability criteria in the design and remodeling stages of buildings.
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Parn, Erika A., David Edwards, Zainab Riaz, Fahad Mehmood et Joseph Lai. « Engineering-out hazards : digitising the management working safety in confined spaces ». Facilities 37, no 3/4 (28 février 2019) : 196–215. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/f-03-2018-0039.

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PurposeThis paper aims to report upon the further development of a hybrid application programming interface (API) plug-in to building information modelling (BIM) entitled confined spaces safety monitoring system “CoSMoS”. Originally designed to engineer-out environmental hazards associated with working in a building’s confined spaces (during the construction phase of a building’s life-cycle), this second generation version is expanded upon to use archival records to proactively learn from data generated within a sensor network during the building’s operations and maintenance (O&M) phase of asset management (AM).Design/methodology/approachAn applied research methodological approach adopted used a two-phase process. In phase one, a conceptual model was created to provide a “blueprint map” to integrate BIM, sensor-based networks and data analytics (DA) into one integral system. A literature review provided the basis for the conceptual model’s further development. In phase two, the conceptual model was transposed into the prototype’s development environment as a proof of concept using primary data accrued from a large educational building.FindingsAn amalgamation of BIM, historical sensor data accrued and the application of DA demonstrate that CoSMoS provides an opportunity for the facilities management (FM) team to monitor pertinent environmental conditions and human behaviour within buildings that may impact upon occupant/worker safety. Although working in confined spaces is used to demonstrate the inherent potential of CoSMoS, the system could readily be expanded to analyse sensor-based network’s historical data of other areas of building performance, maintenance and safety.Originality/valueThis novel prototype has automated safety applications for FM during the asset lifecycle and maintenance phase of a building’s O&M phase of AM. Future work is proposed in several key areas, namely, develop instantaneous indicators of current safety performance within a building; and develop lead indicators of future safety performance of buildings.
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Bersson, Thomas F., Thomas Mazzuchi et Shahram Sarkani. « A FRAMEWORK FOR APPLICATION OF SYSTEM ENGINEERING PROCESS MODELS TO SUSTAINABLE DESIGN OF HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS ». Journal of Green Building 7, no 3 (juillet 2012) : 171–92. http://dx.doi.org/10.3992/jgb.7.3.171.

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Building owners, designers and constructors are seeing a rapid increase in the number of sustainably designed high performance buildings. These buildings provide numerous benefits to the owners and occupants to include improved indoor air quality, energy efficiency, and environmental site standards; and ultimately enhance productivity for the building occupants. As the demand increases for higher building energy efficiency and environmental standards, application of a set of process models will support consistency and optimization during the design process. Systems engineering process models have proven effective in taking an integrated and comprehensive view of a system while allowing for clear stakeholder engagement, requirements definition, life cycle analysis, technology insertion, validation and verification. This paper overlays systems engineering on the sustainable design process by providing a framework for application of the Waterfall, Vee, and Spiral process models to high performance buildings. Each process model is mapped to the sustainable design process and is evaluated for its applicability to projects and building types. Adaptations of the models are provided as Green Building Process Models.
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OSAWA, Haruki, Yasuhiro MIKI, Kazuaki BOGAKI et Hironori SUMIDA. « FIELD MEASUREMENT OF FORMALDEHYDE IN GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS(Environmental Engineering) ». AIJ Journal of Technology and Design 9, no 17 (2003) : 255–60. http://dx.doi.org/10.3130/aijt.9.255.

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Baniyounes, Ali M., Yazeed Yasin Ghadi, Maryam Mahmoud Akho Zahia, Eyad Adwan et Kalid Oliemat. « Energy, economic and environmental analysis of fuzzy logic controllers used in smart buildings ». International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS) 12, no 2 (1 juin 2021) : 1283. http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp1283-1292.

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This article is divided into three parts: the first presents a simulation study of the effect of occupancy level on energy usage pattern of Engineering building of Applied Science Private university, Amman, Jordan. The simulation was created on simulation mechanism by means of EnergyPlus software and improved by using the building’s data such as building’s as built plan, occupant’s density level based on data about who utilize the building throughout operational hours, energy usage level, Heating Ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system, lighting and its control systems and etc. Data regarding occupancy density level estimation is used to provide the proposed controller with random number of users grounded on report were arranged by the university’s facilities operational team. The other division of this paper shows the estimated saved energy by the means of suggested advanced add-on, FUZZY-PID controlling system. The energy savings were divided into summer savings and winter savings. The third division presents economic and environmental analysis of the proposed advanced fuzzy logic controllers of smart buildings in Subtropical Jordan. The economic parameters that were used to evaluate the system economy performance are life-cycle analysis, present worth factor and system payback period. The system economic analysis was done using MATLAB software
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Weerasinghe, U. G. D. « SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS : EVOLUTION BEYOND BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT METHODS ». Journal of Green Building 17, no 4 (1 septembre 2022) : 199–217. http://dx.doi.org/10.3992/jgb.17.4.199.

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ABSTRACT The publication of the Brundtland Commission Report, popularly known as Our Common Future, was the precursor for what was to follow in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development or the Earth Summit. Both these events played a fundamental role in the global initiatives towards sustainability. The adoption of Agenda 21, a blueprint for sustainable development for the 21st century was a crucial agreement of the Rio Summit, which marked the beginning of an era where the term Sustainable Development came to be associated with all human interventions on planet earth. In this context, the building industry, which makes a significant impact on the social, environmental and economic well-being of the society, has a prime responsibility in meeting with sustainability requirements in all facets of the design, construction and operation of buildings. Currently efforts are being made by the building industry and the allied professions to adhere to sustainability norms by enhancing the current green building practices. The emergence of building environmental assessment (BEA) methods is such an attempt in addressing these issues, but is considered as insufficient to contend with the wider spectrum of sustainability. A technique to address complex attributes of sustainable performance of building projects has not been attempted before, owing to the dynamic nature of the concept of sustainability. This paper attempts to develop a framework to enhance current BEA methods, as the next stage of development towards meeting global sustainability initiatives. The main objective is to evolve a set of indicators that will assist in determining sustainability of a building. Three widely used BEA methods and Agenda 21, are analyzed, along with a focus group, to derive sustainability indicators. A total of 62 indicators under 10 categories are identified, some of which are common to BEA methods, while several new indicators are introduced to address sustainability issues not previously accounted for in BEA methods. The final outcome is a framework that can be used to determine the extent of sustainability of building projects. With the aid of the proposed framework of indicators, it is possible to develop a complete sustainability index by allocating values to each indicator, through a survey of professionals in the building industry. Such an index could be used as a tool in developing sustainable buildings, thus meeting with aspirations of building design teams and clientele who seek high quality sustainable solutions for their endeavours. This effort would also pave way for further research into the domain of building sustainability.
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Baskaran, A., et T. Stathopoulos. « Prediction of wind effects on buildings using computational methods — review of the state of the art ». Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 21, no 5 (1 octobre 1994) : 805–22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/l94-087.

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Advancements in computer software and hardware technology provide a new direction for analyzing engineering problems. Recently the field of wind engineering has gained significant momentum in the computer modelling process. This paper reviews the state of the art in computational wind engineering, including the finite element method, finite difference method, and control volume technique. A portion of this paper summarizes the research in this area carried out by the authors. Computations have been made for a variety of building configurations, including normal wind flow conditions for a building with different aspect ratios, and modelling wind environmental conditions around groups of buildings. The computer modelling technique may eventually enhance the design of buildings and structures against wind loading and supplement the current design practice of using building codes and standards or performing experiments in wind tunnels. Key words: buildings, computer modelling, pressure, velocity, wind engineering, wind tunnels.
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Singh, Neha. « Case Study Retrofitting an Existing Building for Griha Green Building Certification ». International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology 10, no 7 (31 juillet 2022) : 182–91. http://dx.doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2022.45062.

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Abstract: The infrastructure business in India is rapidly increasing. Infrastructure is the most major hindrance to the growth of Indian businesses in India. Existing buildings account for 45 percent of worldwide energy use in the current condition. These constructions' greenhouse gas emissions are mostly to blame for global warming, acid rain, and other environmental difficulties. We can reduce our dependency on limited natural resources like power, water, and materials which use in building while simultaneously enhancing our contribution to environmental quality by incorporating green building themes into the design, construction, and maintenance of buildings, and restoration of our houses. It is a common misconception that only new buildings can be certified as green building, however this is not true. Existing buildings may be made certified green by taking certain step. With each existing building's effort in adopting the existing green building strategies, an enormous effect in combating global warming will be anticipated in return. GRIHA provides green building certification at various levels. There are several ways for meeting these objectives with the cooperation of humans and the use of modern technology and procedures. In retrofitting existing building for GRIHA certification, aspects like site availability, energy efficiency, water efficiency, renewable energy, natural lighting are taken into account. The present paper presents the retrofitting required to transform an existing building to a certified green building with ease and cost effectiveness.
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Omoragbon, Osamudiamen Meek, Sura Al-Maiyah et Paul Coates. « A Survey of Environmental Performance Enhancement Strategies and Building Data Capturing Techniques in the Nigerian Context ». Buildings 13, no 2 (7 février 2023) : 452. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/buildings13020452.

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The need to improve the performance of Nigeria’s office buildings is due to, energy challenges, increasing population, changing user needs, and climate change. With the expansion of several Nigerian cities, existing buildings constitute a significant portion of the building stock, and improving their environmental performance could be more cost-effective than reconstruction. The use of simulation packages to assess alternative retrofitting enhancement scenarios is a straightforward approach. However, in Nigeria it is often challenging to get appropriate information to facilitate this type of evaluation; many buildings were not built to their original specifications, and when available, the records are often in a poor state due to deterioration. Studies that aimed at enhancing a building’s performance hardly stated the acquisition of the required building information. This paper investigates current practices and future possibilities of improvement measures and data capturing of existing buildings using a questionnaire survey of 133 building professionals in Benin City. The inter-relationship between energy efficiency, the environment, and building design with a high potential for meaningful retrofit to mitigate energy inefficiencies is known but not fully utilized. The collected thought on current practices signifies the need for developing a more economical and reliable methodology for data capturing and evaluation.

Thèses sur le sujet "Buildings Environmental engineering":

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Coleman, Keith LaMar. « Building optimization : an integrated approach to the design of tall buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2007. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/38942.

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Thesis (M. Eng.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2007.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-75).
There has been much research done on building optimization that deal with the issues within specific individual fields, such as architecture, structural engineering, and construction engineering. However, in practical application these issues must be addressed in a much more holistic manner as building design is becoming much more inclusive. A balance must be made that addresses the constructability and scheduling concerns of the contractor, the enclosure and spatial concerns of the architect, and finally the load-carrying concerns of the structural engineer. What if these issues were considered altogether and integrated more fully into building optimization? These issues and concerns would indubitably result in compromise solutions and tradeoffs that would have to be taken into account. This research will not only investigate and utilize current optimization techniques for the conceptual design of tall buildings, but also introduce a new metric in the dynamic analysis of high rise structures.
by Keith L. Coleman.
M.Eng.
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Graham, Mark Christopher. « Design strategies for coupling buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/12307.

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Thesis (M.S.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1994.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 134-135).
by Mark Christopher Graham.
M.S.
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Chok, Kermin 1980. « Lateral systems for tall buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/30135.

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Thesis (M. Eng.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2004.
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The advances in three-dimensional structural analysis and computing resources have allowed the efficient and safe design of increasingly taller structures. These structures are the consequence of increasing urban densification and economic viability. The modern skyscraper has and will thus continue to feature prominently in the landscape of urban cities. The trend towards progressively taller structures has demanded a shift from the traditional strength based design approach of buildings to a focus on constraining the overall motion of the structure. Structural engineers have responded to this challenge of lateral control with a myriad of systems that achieve motion control while adhering to the overall architectural vision. An investigation was carried out to understand the behavior of the different lateral systems employed in today's skyscrapers. The investigation examined the structural behavior of the traditional moment frame, the braced frame, the braced frame with outriggers and finally the tubular structure. The advantages and disadvantages of all schemes were explored from both an architectural and structural efficiency standpoint. Prior to the computer modeling of each lateral system, each scheme was understood from an analytical standpoint to both verify computer results and to illustrate the importance of hand calculations. The study repeatedly illustrated that motion was the governing condition and this led to the proposal of an approach for the design of braced frames.
by Kermin Chok.
M.Eng.
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Augé, Laurent J. (Laurent Jacques) 1980. « Structural magnetic induction dampers in buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2003. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/29332.

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Thesis (M.Eng.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2003.
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This thesis discusses the feasibility of structural magnetic induction dampers for dampening mechanical vibrations in buildings subjected to strong dynamic excitations. The concept of energy harvesting in various fields of engineering is first examined. Then it is applied to the design of magnetic induction dampers in buildings. Various implementations of these dampers are proposed and the related expected performances are estimated. Simulations on buildings modeled as discrete multiple-degree-of-freedom shear beams subjected to earthquakes quantify the results and allow for a comparison of the performances with nonisolated and base-isolated buildings. This study demonstrates the potential efficiency of such dampers for harvesting mechanical energy in buildings and encourages further developments on this topic.
by Laurent J. Auge.
M.Eng.
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Gemme, Marie-Claude. « Seismic retrofitting of deficient Canadian buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/51576.

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Thesis (M. Eng.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2009.
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Many developed countries such as Canada and the United States are facing a significant infrastructure crisis. Most of their facilities have been built with little consideration of seismic design and durability issues. As a result, these structures are vulnerable to earthquake loadings and are in urgent need of repair and retrofit. This thesis provides a literature review of the vulnerability of Canadian infrastructures built prior to the development of seismic design provisions in actual codes of practice and standards. It describes the performance of typical structures under earthquake loading, such as unreinforced masonry buildings, flat slab concrete buildings and steel frame buildings. It then presents the most common retrofitting strategies applicable to low-rise buildings commonly found in major Canadian cities. A case study assessing the performance of hybrid base isolation systems is then presented. The performance of passive and semi-active hybrid base isolation system is evaluated through the use of a SIMULINK computer model of a typical two-story concrete frame building. A significant reduction in interstory displacement is achieved using the passive system and further reduction in base displacement and base shear is accomplished using the semi-active system.
by Marie-Claude Gemme.
M.Eng.
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Abboud, Klink Boutros Sami. « Motion-based design methodology for buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1995. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/33261.

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Gianferante, Nicholas F. (Nicholas Frank) 1964. « The application of photovoltaics for buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1999. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/80151.

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Thesis (M.Eng.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1999.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 83-84).
by Nicholas F. Gianferante.
M.Eng.
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Abboud, Klink Boutros Sami. « Motion-based design methodology for buildings ». Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/41325.

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Thesis (M.S.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1993.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 131-132).
by Boutros Sami Abboud Klink.
M.S.
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Malmqvist, Tove. « Methodological aspects of environmental assessment of buildings ». Doctoral thesis, KTH, Miljöstrategisk analys, 2008. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:kth:diva-9742.

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The built environment contributes extensively to the overall environmental impact of society. An increasing number of tools have been developed worldwide for comprehensive environmental assessment and rating of buildings in order to make the building sector more sustainable. These tools are expected to drive and facilitate future environmental improvements and market transformation in the sector. This thesis explores different methodological aspects in tool development using experiences from two large Swedish projects, the EcoEffect and ByggaBo tools, which were developed with a high level of stakeholder participation in order to be of practical use in the building sector.   The methodological aspects explored and discussed here include an approach for systematic selection of assessment aspects (energy use, indoor air quality, etc.) in tools (Paper 3), and a systematic procedure for selecting practical indicators using theoretical (e.g. validity/environmental relevance) and practical (e.g. costs) criteria (Papers 2 and 3). An approach for simple communication of complex results is presented with examples from 26 multi-family buildings (Paper 4). This approach allows a building’s ‘environmental efficiency’ to be presented in one diagram, without weighting the two distinct assessment areas energy use and indoor environmental quality. Paper 5 discusses the contextual issue of internal use of environmental indicators in property management organisations through reviews of environmental performance evaluation and organisation theory literature and comparisons with actual case studies. The EcoEffect (Paper 1) and the ByggaBo tools are also compared and summarised.   The case studies of real buildings and experiences from the EcoEffect and ByggaBo projects allowed data collection, calculation procedures and different practical applications of such tools to be evaluated. Poor data availability sometimes limits assessments, and improved internal routines and database developments in the building sector would allow more reliable environmental assessments.   Reviews of numerous indicators in Paper 3 (and 2) and literature revealed that environmental relevance was not a key aspect when current environmental performance indicators and building rating tools were constructed. This thesis suggests that environmental relevance and systematic procedures be prioritised in order to provide robust and trustworthy tools for environmental assessment of buildings.  Recommendations, some of which are generally applicable to other environmental assessments, include selection of environmentally relevant indicators, systematic procedures for handling theoretical and practical considerations in tool development, aggregation and weighting methods, use of a life cycle perspective and inclusion of performance-based rather than feature-based indicators. Since it is likely that the information these tools provide will increasingly be used by authorities, building users, economic incentive providers such as banks, etc., the methodological developments suggested here to strengthen tool rigour are important for future tool development processes.
Utvecklingen av verktyg för miljöbedömning av byggnader är ett område som expanderat kraftigt sedan 1990-talets början. Den ökande medvetenheten om den byggda miljöns omfattande bidrag till samhällets miljöpåverkan i stort har spelat stor roll för denna utveckling. Verktygen förväntas ha en betydelsefull roll i att driva på och underlätta miljöförbättringar och omdaning av marknaden i bygg- och fastighetssektorn. Denna avhandling utforskar olika metodaspekter för verktygsutveckling och bygger på erfarenheterna från två stora svenska metodutvecklingsprojekt för miljöbedömning av byggnader, EcoEffect och ByggaBo:s miljöklassning av byggnader. Båda dessa verktyg togs fram i samarbete med ett stort antal representanter från bygg- och fastighetssektorn, då verktygen syftade till praktisk användning.   Ett antal metodaspekter utforskas och diskuteras i avhandlingen. I artikel 3 föreslås och testas ett angreppssätt för systematiskt urval av miljöaspekter som ska bedömas av ett verktyg och dessutom föreslås här och i artikel 2 ett systematiskt tillvägagångssätt för att välja indikatorer för praktiskt användning utifrån både teoretiska (t ex. validitet) och praktiska (t ex. kostnad) kriterier. Ett angreppssätt för att underlätta kommunikation av komplexa miljöbedömningsresultat presenteras genom exempel från 26 flerfamiljshus i artikel 4. Detta angreppssätt möjliggör att redovisa en byggnads ‘miljöeffektivitet’ i ett diagram utan att behöva vikta de två disparata miljöaspekterna energianvändning och innemiljö. Artikel 5 tar upp användning av miljöindikatorer för internt arbete i fastighetsförvaltande organisationer genom litteraturöversikter inom områdena utvärdering av miljöprestanda och organisationsteori samt genom jämförelser med praktiska fallstudier. Verktygen EcoEffect (artikel 1) och nuvarande version av ByggaBo:s miljöklassningssystem sammanfattas också och jämförs i avhandlingen.   Genom ett antal fallstudier av verkliga byggnader och erfarenheterna från EcoEffect- och ByggaBo-projekten utvärderas frågor som insamling av indata, beräkningsmetoder och olika praktiska tillämpningar i avhandlingen. Dålig tillgång på indata begränsar ibland möjligheterna att göra miljöbedömningar. Förbättrade interna rutiner samt utveckling av nya typer av databaser inom bygg- och fastighetssektorn kommer med största sannolikhet att underlätta miljöbedömningar i framtiden.   Granskning av ett stort antal miljöindikatorer i artikel 3 (och 2) och litteratur på området visade att när miljöindikatorer och miljöklassningsmetoder tagits fram, har miljörelevansen hos dessa sällan haft högsta prioritet. Ett övergripande mål för denna avhandling har därför varit att bidra med rekommendationer som kan stärka miljörelevansen och trovärdigheten hos liknande indikatorer och verktyg. Några av de angreppssätt som föreslås är tillämpliga mer generellt också för andra typer av miljöbedömningar; t ex. hur miljörelevanta miljöindikatorer kan väljas, hur både teoretiska och praktiska överväganden kan hanteras på ett systematiskt sätt vid liknande verktygsutveckling, angreppssätt för viktning och aggregering av resultat samt användning av ett livscykelperspektiv. Vid miljöbedömning av byggnader bör också funktionsbaserade indikatorer i första hand väljas snarare än sådana som baseras på specifika tekniska utföranden. En trolig utveckling är att nya typer av användare i större utsträckning kommer att efterfråga den information som miljöbedömningsverktyg för byggnader kan tillhandahålla. Det kan handla om t ex. myndigheter, husköpare och ekonomiska incitamentsgivare såsom banker. Av denna anledning är de frågor som rör metodutveckling och tas upp i avhandlingen, klart betydelsefulla för att stärka noggrannhet, robusthet och trovärdighet i framtida utveckling av miljöbedömningsverktyg för byggnader.
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Miljöklassning av byggnader
EcoEffect - miljövärdering av byggnader
Miljöstyrning med miljöindikatorer i fastighetsförvaltning
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Cheung, Po-leung Alan, et 張寶樑. « Improvement of building legislation to include environmental design incommercial buildings of Hong Kong ». Thesis, The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong), 2001. http://hub.hku.hk/bib/B31254858.

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Livres sur le sujet "Buildings Environmental engineering":

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Kuehn, T. H. Thermal environmental engineering. 3e éd. Upper Saddle River, N.J : Prentice Hall, 1998.

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Chadderton, David V. Building services engineering. 6e éd. Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2012.

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Esmay, Merle L. Environmental control for agricultural buildings. Westport, Conn : AVI Pub. Co., 1986.

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Bevirt, W. David. Environmental systems technology. 2e éd. Gaithersburg, Md : National Environmental Balancing Bureau, 1999.

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Kut, David. Illustrated encyclopedia of building services. London : E. & F.N. Spon, 1993.

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Barre, H. J., L. L. Sammet et G. L. Nelson. Environmental and Functional Engineering of Agricultural Buildings. Boston, MA : Springer US, 1988. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-1443-1.

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Barre, H. J. Environmental and functional engineering of agricultural buildings. New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1988.

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Eastop, T. D. Mechanical services for buildings. Harlow, Essex, England : Longman Scientific & Technical, 1992.

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China) International Conference of Green Building Materials and Energy-saving Construction (2011 Harbin. Green building materials and energy-saving construction : Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2011 International Conference of Green Building Materials and Energy-saving Construction (GBMEC 2011) will be held on August 6, 2011 in Harbin, China. Durnten-Zurich, Switzerland : Trans Tech, 2011.

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Hugo S. L. C. Hens. Applied building physics : Boundary conditions, building performance and material properties. Berlin : Ernst & Sohn, 2011.

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Chapitres de livres sur le sujet "Buildings Environmental engineering":

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Wilkes, Andrew. « Engineering Services ». Dans Greener Buildings Environmental impact of property, 104–21. London : Macmillan Education UK, 1993. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-22752-5_7.

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de Dear, Richard, et Jungsoo Kim. « Thermal Comfort Inside and Outside Buildings ». Dans Advanced Environmental Wind Engineering, 89–99. Tokyo : Springer Japan, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-4-431-55912-2_5.

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Stathopoulos, Ted, et Bert Blocken. « Pedestrian Wind Environment Around Tall Buildings ». Dans Advanced Environmental Wind Engineering, 101–27. Tokyo : Springer Japan, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-4-431-55912-2_6.

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Stantchev, Vladimir, et Ralf Meyer. « Environmental Engineering and Facility Management of Berlin’s Public Buildings ». Dans Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering, 91–104. Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-88351-7_7.

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Li, Zhengrong, Shunyao Lu, Qun Zhao et Fujian Jiang. « Asymmetrical Distribution of Solar Energy in Buildings with Glazing Facede ». Dans Environmental Science and Engineering, 979–87. Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-9520-8_101.

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Zhang, Tiantian, Meng Wang et Hongxing Yang. « Energy Performance of a Building-Integrated Photovoltaic/Thermal System for Rural Residential Buildings in Cold Regions of China ». Dans Environmental Science and Engineering, 847–56. Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-9528-4_86.

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Yao, Mingyao, et Bin Zhao. « Distribution of Air Change Rates in Residential Buildings in Beijing, China ». Dans Environmental Science and Engineering, 1149–56. Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-9520-8_119.

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Li, Dongqian, Guojie Chen et Qinghai Luo. « Numerical Simulation Analysis of Formaldehyde Pollution Control in Newly Decorated Buildings ». Dans Environmental Science and Engineering, 513–22. Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-9520-8_54.

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Xue, Junwei, Junliang Cao, Xiaoxin Man, Zhitao Han et Jing Liu. « Research on the Air Infiltration under Thermal Pressure in Megatall Buildings ». Dans Environmental Science and Engineering, 709–17. Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-9528-4_72.

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Naeim, Farzad. « Real-Time Damage Detection and Performance Evaluation for Buildings ». Dans Springer Environmental Science and Engineering, 167–96. Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2012. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-5182-8_7.

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Jędrzejuk, Hanna, Maciej Jaworski et Michał Chwieduk. « Methods for Improving Energy Performance of Single-family Buildings in Poland’s Climatic Conditions ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.261.

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The effect of standard means of thermal upgrading of buildings on energy performance indices is studied in the paper. The following was considered: improving thermal performance of the envelope (walls, roof, floors over unheated cellars or ground-floor slabs, windows, and doors); using exterior blinds during heating and cooling seasons; using heat recovery (recuperation) in a forced ventilation system; reducing the ventilation air flow rate; and improving air-tightness of a building. The calculations were performed for a number of variants. Seven locations in Poland were selected based on outdoor climate conditions. Various standards of thermal performance of the building envelope, internal heat capacities, and ventilation rates were applied. Variations in internal heat gains, depending on the presence of occupants (heat gains from occupants and from lighting) were considered. Due to a dynamic nature of the energy processes that take place in a building, the simplified hourly method 5R1C was used in calculations. It was verified whether single-family buildings constructed in a way that is typically found in Poland, i.e. buildings with very high heat capacity and equipped with a forced ventilation system, can meet more stringent energy performance requirements.
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Lapinskienė, Vilūnė, Violeta Motuzienė, Rasa Džiugaitė-Tumėnienė et Rūta Mikučionienė. « Impact of Internal Heat Gains on Building’s Energy Performance ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.265.

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Internal heat gains from occupants, equipment and lighting contribute a significant proportion of the heat gains in an office space. Usage of ICT in offices is growing; on the other hand, their efficiency is also improving all the time. Increasing energy efficiency in buildings have led to the situation, when new, well insulated office buildings, with high internal gains within the working hours may cover low heating energy demand. Such buildings, even in heating dominated countries, such as Lithuania, often also suffer from overheating during the winter heating season. The paper presents the analysis of energy demand of the office building for various plug loads (ICT equipment) internal gains scenarios and demonstrates its influence on buildings energy performance. Simulation results enable to conclude, that when assessing sustainability and energy bills of the building, plug loads play a very important role. Meanwhile, assessing just energy performance influence is very small. Energy performance certification results show, that plug loads may influence energy performance label just for buildings corresponding A+ and A++ labels).
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Busko, Małgorzata. « Modernization of the Register of Land and Buildings with Reference to Entering Buildings into the Real Estate Cadastre in Poland ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.176.

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Nowadays, it is frequently the case that the database of the real estate cadastre in Poland is not supplied with the record data on buildings. This study presents the issues related to the comprehensive modernization of the register of land and buildings, especially in the aspect of entering the buildings located in the areas of the modernized cadastral districts, into the database of the real estate cadastre. The real estate cadastre should provide a reference base for other public records, the data contained in the cadastre should be the basis, for example, for official statistics, real estate management and register of farms, or tax records. The analysis of this procedure was based on the data derived from the modernization of the register of land and buildings carried out in eleven cadastral units of Gorlice district, province of Malopolska, as part of the national project: Development of an Integrated Real Estate Information System – (ZSIN) – Stage I. In this project, the data for the preparation of the digital description of the contour of a building were captured largely based on high-precision aerial imagery which, having been developed on the stereoscopic model, supplied the digital database of the real estate cadastre. A serious problem, which hinders the maintenance of the database of the real estate cadastre in Poland updated, are the frequent amendments to the applicable laws. The Regulation on the register of land and buildings, according to which the cadastral database has been built in Poland since 2001, was extensively amended in 2013 and in 2015. This makes it difficult to obtain uniform data of the buildings in Poland.
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Gražulis, Žymantas, Boleslovas Krikštaponis, Algirdas Neseckas, Darius Popovas, Raimundas Putrimas, Dominykas Šlikas et Evelina Zigmantienė. « The Horizontal Deformation Analysis of High-rise Buildings ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.194.

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The horizontal deformation analysis of high-rise buildings, quite often is complicated because buildings like chimneys, towers and etc, have complex and asymmetric shapes, consequently there is not always the possibility to apply the method of single points motion analysis. Furthermore, the horizontal deformation analysis is complicated using standard measurement methods like measurements with electronic total stations or optical theodolites. In such case the terrestrial laser scanner could be superior to traditional measurements. However, the terrestrial laser scanner still not widely used to survey building horizontal deformations using high precision measurements. The main aim of this work is to determine the suitability to measure deflections of buildings from the vertical using terrestrial laser scanners and to investigate point cloud data processing. Measurements of horizontal deformation were carried out using the over ground laser scanner and electronic total station. Horizontal deformations of chimneys of thermal power plants were investigated using corresponding methods. Deformation indicators and evaluated measurement accuracies between different methods were compared. Data analysis of terrestrial laser scanning is more complex, time consuming and requires sophisticated hardware resources in comparison with the traditional methods, however results are much more detailed and informative.
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Borodinecs, Anatolijs, Jurgis Zemitis, Modris Dobelis, Maris Kalinka et Aleksandrs Geikins. « Development of Prefabricated Modular Retrofitting Solution for Post-World War II Buildings ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.252.

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Residential and public buildings are one of the essential energy consumers. The majority of European buildings were constructed within the period from mid-1950ies to the late 1990ies. Currently the retrofitting process is too slow. The main barriers are complicated retrofitting process, variety of available technologies as well as precision of estimated energy savings calculations. This paper is prepared in scope of work done within the European Regional Development Fund project “NEARLY ZERO ENERGY SOLUTIONS FOR UNCLASSIFIED BUILDINGS”. The main aim of this study is to develop full modular retrofitting process based on 3D laser scanning minimizing time consumed for architectural project development, on-site construction works as well as to ensure correct energy simulation. Paper presents results of Latvian case building 3D scanning results, architectural project development specifics as well as selection of optimal thermal insulation layout and energy simulations. Study analyses main barriers for wide implementation of prefabricated panels.
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Moňoková, Andrea, Silvia Vilčeková et Eva Krídlová Burdová. « Possibilities of Green Technologies Application in Building Design from Sustainability Dimensions ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.268.

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The aim of this paper is to summarize knowledge of green technologies and their applications in buildings, as well as high performance green buildings. Two alternatives of family house design are performed. The first alternative uses conventional building materials and it doesn’t follow the sustainability principles. On the other hand, the second one is designed by using the environmentally friendly materials and with sustainability principles in mind. Designs of conventional and green family house are mutually compared from energy efficiency, embodied energy and greenhouse gas emissions such as CO2eq. and SO2eq. point of view. A special focus is put on the sustainability assessment of designed houses by the Slovak environmental assessment system of buildings.
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Nakielska, Magdalena, et Krzysztof Pawłowski. « Enhancement of Gravity Ventilation in Buildings ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.269.

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Nowadays, people are looking for solutions related to ventilation, cooling or heat demand systems, which would be energy efficient and, at the same time, would not cause the degradation of the surrounding environment. As far as ventilation is concerned, an good solution is a natural ventilation, which improves thermal comfort rooms without increasing the consumption of electrical energy in the building. In order to improve the mode of action of the natural ventilation in the building, one can mount various elements supporting the air flow. One of them is a solar chimney. In order to check the correct operation of a gravity ventilation installation in Poland’s climatic conditions, the measurements was carried out on a test stand on the 3.1 building of UTP University of Science and Technology in Bydgoszcz. The received results show the intensification of the air flow through the room the value between 50% and 150%, depending on a measuring hour (Chen et al. 2003). These research results were compared with the research results received before the installation of the solar chimney on the ducts of the gravity ventilation.
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Fořt, Jan, Magdaléna Doleželová et Robert Černý. « Moisture Buffering Potential of Plasters for Energy Efficiency in Modern Buildings ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.254.

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Moisture level significantly affects durability of constructions, their thermal performance and quality of indoor air. Since building envelopes are subjected to a moisture gradient, additional ventilation systems are employed to maintain relative humidity on the desired level. Although modern advanced ventilation systems provide sufficient air exchange rate, their wider application is in conflict with sustainability development principles due to high energy demands. Moreover, according to the European legislation related to the Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (European Directives 2002/91/EC and 2010/31/EU), air tightness of building envelopes in order to provide high thermal resistance leads to large moisture loads in building interiors. Among other factors, a high level of relative humidity has negative effect on the work efficiency and health of building inhabitants. A detailed insight into building materials behavior during cyclic moisture loading was accessed within this study. The moisture buffering values of three interior plasters were investigated in order to describe influence of plasters on moderation of indoor environment. Particular materials were loaded according to the NORDTEST protocol by 8/16 h loading schema at 70/30% RH. Here, the excellent moisture buffer classification was obtained for lightweight perlite plaster (PT) with the highest total open porosity. However, contrary to the higher total open porosity of renovation plaster (PS), the core plaster (CP) achieved higher moisture buffer capacity than PS. This discrepancy refers to the influence of the pore size distribution which is, besides the total open porosity, essential for a detailed characterization of moisture buffering potential of building materials. Based on the results of Mercury intrusion porosimetry, a correlation between pore size distribution and moisture buffer value was revealed.
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Turcsanyi, Peter, Anna Sedlakova, Eva Kridlova Burdova et Silvia Vilcekova. « Environmental and Energy Assessment of a Family House ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.274.

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Term energy efficient building is well know from year 1991, when Austrian physicist Dr. Feist designed and built first passive house, using current physical and practical knowledge. In the next 25 years buildings using principles of energy efficient design have changed dramatically. In a good way. It is mandatory for Slovak Republic as a part of European Union to act according European parliament directives. One of directives concerns lowering total energy consumption and emissions in the building sector – Directive 2010/31/EU on Energy performance of buildings, also known as Directive “20-20-20”. According to this directive, Slovak Republic has agreed to lower total energy consumption in building industry by 20% until year 2020. Plan on lowering total energy consumption has affected creation of new – technical and energy efficient building materials with emphasis on environmental load. It this paper, ultra-low-energy family house located in Košice, Slovakia was assessed from environmental and energy point of view. With help on modern diagnostic methods and thermo- physical simulation software DesignBuilder, we will virtually evaluate energy need of house throughout the reference year, and indoor quality from the environmental point of view, such as CO2 levels and bounded energy using LCA method.
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Meciarova, Ludmila, Silvia Vilcekova, Eva Kridlova Burdova, Ilija Zoran Apostoloski et Danica Kosicanova. « Short-term Measurements of Indoor Environmental Quality in Selected Offices – Case Study ». Dans Environmental Engineering. VGTU Technika, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.3846/enviro.2017.266.

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Decent quality of indoor air is important for health and wellbeing of building users. We live, work and study in indoors of various types of buildings. Often people are exposed to pollutants at higher concentrations than these that occur out-doors. Continual investigation of indoor air quality is needed for ensuring comfort and healthy environment. Measuring and analysis of occurrence of physical, chemical and biological factors is the first step for suggestion of optimization measures. Inside school buildings there are often inadequate indoor climate conditions such as thermal comfort parame-ters or ventilation. The aim of this study was determination of indoor environmental quality in selected offices in the building of elementary school in Slovakia. The values of operative temperature were not within the optimum range of values for the warm period of the year in one of the monitored offices. The intensity of illumination was lower in the two offices. Low levels of particulate matters were measured except the one office where permissible value was exceeded by 7.6%.

Rapports d'organisations sur le sujet "Buildings Environmental engineering":

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Jung, Carina, Karl Indest, Matthew Carr, Richard Lance, Lyndsay Carrigee et Kayla Clark. Properties and detectability of rogue synthetic biology (SynBio) products in complex matrices. Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.), septembre 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.21079/11681/45345.

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Synthetic biology (SynBio) aims to rationally engineer or modify traits of an organism or integrate the behaviors of multiple organisms into a singular functional organism through advanced genetic engineering techniques. One objective of this research was to determine the environmental persistence of engineered DNA in the environment. To accomplish this goal, the environmental persistence of legacy engineered DNA building blocks were targeted that laid the foundation for SynBio product development and application giving rise to “post-use products.” These building blocks include genetic constructs such as cloning and expression vectors, promoter/terminator elements, selectable markers, reporter genes, and multi-cloning sites. Shotgun sequencing of total DNA from water samples of pristine sites was performed and resultant sequence data mined for frequency of legacy recombinant DNA signatures. Another objective was to understand the fate of a standardized contemporary synthetic genetic construct (SC) in the context of various chassis systems/genetic configurations representing different degrees of “genetic bioavailability” to the environmental landscape. These studies were carried out using microcosms representing different environmental matrices (soils, waters, wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) liquor) and employed a novel genetic reporter system based on volatile organic compounds (VOC) detection to assess proliferation and persistence of the SC in the matrix over time.
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Markova, Oksana M., Serhiy O. Semerikov, Andrii M. Striuk, Hanna M. Shalatska, Pavlo P. Nechypurenko et Vitaliy V. Tron. Implementation of cloud service models in training of future information technology specialists. [б. в.], septembre 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.31812/123456789/3270.

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Leading research directions are defined on the basis of self-analysis of the study results on the use of cloud technologies in training by employees of joint research laboratory “Сloud technologies in education” of Kryvyi Rih National University and Institute of Information Technology and Learning Aids of the NAES of Ukraine in 2009-2018: cloud learning technologies, cloud technologies of blended learning, cloud-oriented learning environments, cloud-oriented methodological systems of training, the provision of cloud-based educational services. The ways of implementation SaaS, PaaS, IaaS cloud services models which are appropriate to use in the process of studying the academic disciplines of the cycles of mathematical, natural science and professional and practical training of future specialists in information technology are shown, based on the example of software engineering, computer science and computer engineering. The most significant advantages of using cloud technologies in training of future information technology specialists are definite, namely, the possibility of using modern parallel programming tools as the basis of cloud technologies. Conclusions are drawn; the direction of further research is indicated: designing a cloud-oriented learning environment for future specialists in computer engineering, identifying trends in the development of cloud technologies in the professional training and retraining of information technology specialists, developing a methodology for building the research competencies of future software engineering specialists by using cloud technologies.
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Johra, Hicham. Project CleanTechBlock 2 Thermal conductivity measurement of cellular glass samples. Department of the Built Environment, Aalborg University, janvier 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.54337/aau307323438.

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The goal of the project CleanTechBlock 2 is to develop and test a durable and sustainable construction wall element which complies with the building regulations of 2020, and has a certain aesthetics attractiveness. The CleanTechBlock (CTB) prefabricated elements consist of cellular glass insulation blocks mounted in between two layers of brick masonry [1] [2]. The aim of this technical document is to report the results of the different experimental investigations performed on the CTB and other commercial cellular glass samples to determined their thermal conductivity. These experimental investigations have been carried out at the Laboratory of Building Energy and Indoor Environment at the Department of Civil Engineering of Aalborg University (Denmark).
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Nobile, F., Q. Ayoul-Guilmard, S. Ganesh, M. Nuñez, A. Kodakkal, C. Soriano et R. Rossi. D6.5 Report on stochastic optimisation for wind engineering. Scipedia, 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.23967/exaqute.2022.3.04.

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This report presents the latest methods of optimisation under uncertainties investigated in the ExaQUte project, and their applications to problems related to civil and wind engineering. The measure of risk throughout the report is the conditional value at risk. First, the reference method is presented: the derivation of sensitivities of the risk measure; their accurate computation; and lastly, a practical optimisation algorithm with adaptive statistical estimation. Second, this method is directly applied to a nonlinear relaxation oscillator (FitzHugh–Nagumo model) with numerical experiments to demonstrate its performance. Third, the optimisation method is adapted to the shape optimisation of an airfoil and illustrated by a large-scale experiment on a computing cluster. Finally, the benchmark of the shape optimisation of a tall building under a turbulent flow is presented, followed by an adaptation of the optimisation method. All numerical experiments showcase the open-source software stack of the ExaQUte project for large-scale computing in a distributed environment.
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Ayoul-Guilmard, Q., F. Nobile, S. Ganesh, M. Nuñez, R. Tosi, C. Soriano et R. Rosi. D5.5 Report on the application of multi-level Monte Carlo to wind engineering. Scipedia, 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.23967/exaqute.2022.3.03.

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We study the use of multi-level Monte Carlo methods for wind engineering. This report brings together methodological research on uncertainty quantification and work on target applications of the ExaQUte project in wind and civil engineering. First, a multi-level Monte Carlo for the estimation of the conditional value at risk and an adaptive algorithm are presented. Their reliability and performance are shown on the time-average of a non-linear oscillator and on the lift coefficient of an airfoil, with both preset and adaptively refined meshes. Then, we propose an adaptive multi-fidelity Monte Carlo algorithm for turbulent fluid flows where multilevel Monte Carlo methods were found to be inefficient. Its efficiency is studied and demonstrated on the benchmark problem of quantifying the uncertainty on the drag force of a tall building under random turbulent wind conditions. All numerical experiments showcase the open-source software stack of the ExaQUte project for large-scale computing in a distributed environment.
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Bridges, Todd, Jeffrey King, Johnathan Simm, Michael Beck, Georganna Collins, Quirijn Lodder et Ram Mohan. International Guidelines on Natural and Nature-Based Features for Flood Risk Management. Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.), septembre 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.21079/11681/41946.

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To deliver infrastructure that sustain our communities, economy, and environment, we must innovate, modernize, and even revolutionize our approach to infrastructure development. Change takes courage, but as one starts down the path of innovation, what was once novel becomes more familiar, more established. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is walking this path with our partners through the Engineering With Nature (EWN) Initiative, integrating human engineering with natural systems. The International Guidelines on Natural and Nature-Based Features for Flood Risk Management are the next step toward revolutionary infrastructure development—a set of real-world guidelines to help familiarize us with what was once novel. USACE and collaborators around the world have been building, learning, and documenting the best practices for constructing Natural and Nature-Based Features (NNBF) for decades. The consolidation of these lessons into a single guidance document gives decision-makers and practitioners a much-needed resource to pursue, consider, and apply NNBF for flood risk management while expanding value through infrastructure. Relationships and partnerships are vital ingredients for innovation and progress. The NNBF Guidelines was achieved because of the strong relationships in the nature-based engineering community. The magnitude and diversity of contributors to the NNBF Guidelines have resulted in a robust resource that provides value beyond a single agency, sector, or nation. Similarly, the work of incorporating NNBF into projects will require us to strengthen our relationships across organizations, mandates, and missions to achieve resilient communities. I hope you are inspired by the collaborative achievement of the NNBF Guidelines and will draw from this resource to develop innovative solutions to current and future flood risk management challenges. There is a lot we can achieve together along the path of revolutionary infrastructure development.
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Tarasov, Alexander F., Irina A. Getman, Svetlana S. Turlakova, Ihor I. Stashkevych et Serhiy M. Kozmenko. Methodological aspects of preparation of educational content on the basis of distance education platforms. [б. в.], juillet 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.31812/123456789/3857.

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The urgency of application of technologies and means of distance learning in educational process of higher educational institutions is designated. The growing frequency of using cloud services and electronic textbooks in mobile and distance learning is noted. The importance of building educational environment is highlighted, where the key element is e-learning resources in digital form, including structure, subject content and metadata about the course. For higher educational institutions, the need for methodical support for the preparation of educational content on the basis of distance education platforms is determined. The experience of using the free distance education platform Moodle within the framework of the higher educational institution Donbass State Engineering Academy is considered. Methodical aspects of training content preparation on the basis of distance education platforms on the example of MoodleDDMA system are given. The General structure of the distance course and an example of evaluation of test tasks of the distance course (module) on topics are considered. An example of the presentation of the course on the basis of distance education platform MoodleDDMA is given. Conclusions about the experience of using the Moodle distance education system at the Donbass State Engineering Academy from the point of view of teachers and students are drawn. The perspective directions of researches and development of the Moodle distance education platform in completion and expansion of educational materials by multimedia elements and links, and also creation of the application for mobile devices for possibility of more effective use of the platform are allocated.
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ERDC : Where Science and Engineering Meet. Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.), mars 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.21079/11681/43462.

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For nearly a century, the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) has been at the forefront of tackling our nation's toughest engineering challenges, providing innovative solutions in the areas of civil works and military engineering, and offsetting the negative effects of climate change. From its earliest days of hydrology experiments along the Mississippi River in 1929, ERDC's R&D has grown, along with its buildings and capabilities. Today, ERDC's facilities, combined with its people, have created one of the world's premier R&D organizations supporting the delivery of projects and programs for federal, state and local agencies as well as private, academic and international partners. ERDC's ongoing R&D, aligned with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) R&D portfolios, allows key investments to be targeted to strategic areas that can benefit multiple interests. ERDC's R&D enhances USACE's ability to execute its Civil Works (CW) missions to support commercial navigation, manage ecosystems and reduce flood risk, while our research in Installations and Operational Environments (IOE) is improving the reliability, efficiency and effectiveness of military infrastructure and on the battlefield. ERDC conducts scientific R&D to improve all aspects of mission planning, preparation, execution and sustainment, including innovations to protect the Warfighter. Sustained, multiyear support for ERDC R&D is critical to institutionalize successes and magnify benefits, enabling the nation to take a proactive approach to meeting the complex challenges of both today and tomorrow.
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Low-level waste drum staging building at Weapons Engineering Tritium Facility, TA-16, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico. Environmental Assessment. Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), août 1994. http://dx.doi.org/10.2172/10175615.

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FATIGUE BEHAVIOUR OF TITANIUM-CLAD BIMETALLIC STEEL PLATE WITH DIFFERENT INTERFACIAL CONDITIONS. The Hong Kong Institute of Steel Construction, août 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.18057/icass2020.p.273.

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Titanium-clad (TC) bimetallic steel is a type of high-performance steel, with high corrosion resistance attributed to the titanium alloy and economy as well as excellent mechanical properties resulted from structural steel. Such advanced bimetallic steel is suitable for marine structures, bridges, and buildings exposed to the highly corrosive environment. This paper aims to clarify the high cycle fatigue properties of the hot-rolled TC bimetallic steel with two interface shear strengths of 40MPa and 140MPa. Their stress-strain curves were obtained by the tensile coupon tests. The fatigue S-N curves of TC bimetallic steel at a stress ratio of 0.1 are introduced, which show excellent fatigue performance compared with structural steel. In addition, the hot-rolled TC bimetallic steel with 140 MPa interface shear strength has 21% improvement in fatigue performance than the other one. Despite this, the influence of the interfacial conditions on the high cycle fatigue performance is generally limited. Finally, the S-N curves suitable for these two kinds of TC bimetallic steel are suggested. The research outcomes can provide a reference for understanding the fatigue behaviour of the TC bimetallic steel and the selection of different interfacial conditions in structural engineering

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