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3rd international conference on innovative technologies for clean and sustainable development : itcsd 2020 / / edited by Deepankar Kumar Ashish, Jorge de Brito, Sanjay Kumar Sharma
3rd international conference on innovative technologies for clean and sustainable development : itcsd 2020 / / edited by Deepankar Kumar Ashish, Jorge de Brito, Sanjay Kumar Sharma
Edizione [1st ed. 2021.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Cham, Switzerland : , : Springer, , [2021]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (XXVII, 586 p. 250 illus., 199 illus. in color.)
Disciplina 691.0286
Collana RILEM Bookseries
Soggetto topico Sustainable construction
Sustainable buildings - Design and construction
Building materials - Environmental aspects
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 3-030-51485-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Embodied energy and cost of load bearing masonry with alternative binders and units - case study -- Assessing efficiency of protective treatment materials for brick structures -- Structural Performance of Timber-Framed Joints for Sustainable Civil Engineering Construction -- Enhancement of Sub-Grade Soil Strength with Additives: Cement & Molasses -- Development of innovative green self-compacting concrete with partial replacement of fine and coarse aggregate by using slag -- Utilization of industrial wastes in concrete mixes - A review -- Precious Recycling of Reclaimed Asphalt as Hot Mix Asphalt by Use of Rejuvenator -- Thermal properties of foamed concrete; a review -- Influence of Bacillus megaterium on crack healing and mechanical properties of concrete -- Re-interpreting and Adapting the Site Specific Vernacular Passive House Architectural Strategies for Reducing Building Energy Demand -- A comparative study on the sustainability of public and private road transportation systems in an urban area: Current and future scenarios -- Structural Property Assessment of GFRP Reinforced Concrete Beams -- Concrete with Encapsulated Self-Healing Agent: A Critical Review -- Effect of masonry infills on seismic response of RC framed buildings -- Role of FRP in developing sustainable infrastructure - A review -- Applications of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Laminates in Strengthening of Structures -- Behaviour of RC Beam-Column Joint subjected to Opening Moments: Test & Numerical Validation -- Reduction of annual energy consumption of Multifamily dwellings using BIM and Simulation Tools -- Evaluating the effect of speed variation on vehicular emission using an integrated modelling approach -- Cold-formed Steel Concrete Composite Slab: Structural Performance Evaluation through Experimental Study -- Investigation of Critical Factors Influencing Cost Overrun in Highway Construction Projects -- Use of Char Derived from Waste Plastic Pyrolysis for Asphalt Binder Modification -- Development of sustainable masonry blocks using industrial rejects and alkali activation -- Self-Compacting Concrete – Optimization of Mix Design Procedure by the Modifications of Rational Method -- Corrosion characteristics of rebar induced in different types of fibre reinforced concrete -- Physical and microstructural properties of Construction and Demolition Waste based masonry units -- Waste Recycled PET as A Binder in Polymer Mortar -- A Study on Performance of Carbon based Nano-enabled Cement Composites and Concrete -- Cost and Feasibility Analysis of Chromium Removal from Water using Agro and Horticultural Wastes as Adsorbents -- Influence of the packing density of fine particles in ternary, quaternary and quinary blends on High Performance Concrete -- Experimental Investigation of Rheological Properties of Recycled Aggregate Concrete -- Management of sustainable infrastructure projects: A scientometric analysis -- Utilization of stone dust as an effective alternative for sand replacement in concrete -- Design of new green building using Indian Green Building Council rating system -- Characterization and Optimization of Polyurethane Based Bituminous Waterproofing Membrane -- An overview on utilization of stone waste in construction industry.
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Cham, Switzerland : , : Springer, , [2021]
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Advances in sustainable construction and resource management / / Hemanta Hazarika [et al.], editors
Advances in sustainable construction and resource management / / Hemanta Hazarika [et al.], editors
Pubbl/distr/stampa Gateway East, Singapore : , : Springer, , [2021]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (949 pages) : illustrations
Disciplina 690
Collana Lecture notes in civil engineering
Soggetto topico Architecture
Building
Engineering
Building materials
Hazard mitigation
Sustainable construction
Sustainable engineering
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 981-16-0077-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Recycled geomaterials in constructions Physical and numerical modeling of disaster mitigation techniques Characterization of construction materials Advancement in sustainable construction techniques Climate change independent natural disasters Innovative and sustainable techniques in geoengineering Climate change induced disasters Geological and hydrological phenomena on hazard estimation Application of information technology towards natural disaster mitigation Innovative case studies in earthquake geotechnical engineering
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Gateway East, Singapore : , : Springer, , [2021]
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Advances in sustainable construction materials : select proceedings of ASCM 2020 / / Sabyasachi Biswas [et al.], editors
Advances in sustainable construction materials : select proceedings of ASCM 2020 / / Sabyasachi Biswas [et al.], editors
Pubbl/distr/stampa Singapore : , : Springer, , 2021
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (xv, 830 pages) : illustrations
Disciplina 624.0684
Collana Lecture notes in civil engineering
Soggetto topico Sustainable construction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 981-334-590-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Chapter 1. Comparative Analysis of Municipal Solid Waste in Faridabad & Gurugram Chapter 2. Treatment of Grey Water in College of Engineering Vadakara Chapter 3. Moisture Sensitivity Characteristic of Rubberized Warm Mix Asphalt With Cashew Nut Shell Liquid Chapter 4. Waste Glass Powder as Part Partial Replacement of FA for Sustainable Paver Blocks Chapter 5. Study on Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM) for Pavement Applications Chapter 6. Review on Warm Mix Asphalt- A Sustainable Paving Mixture Chapter 7. Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of Sustainable Concrete Pavement Utilizing Medium to High Volume Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag- Chapter 8. Shape-Based Study on Properties of Previous Concrete Paver Blocks Chapter 9. Analysis of Challenges Developed Post Construction of Railways Underpass Project Chapter 10. Use of Low Density Polyethylene Waste for the Road Construction in Manipur, India
Altri titoli varianti ASCM 2020
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Advances in sustainable materials and resilient infrastructure / / edited by Krishna R. Reddy [and three others]
Advances in sustainable materials and resilient infrastructure / / edited by Krishna R. Reddy [and three others]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Singapore : , : Springer, , [2022]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (422 pages)
Disciplina 690.028
Collana Springer Transactions in Civil and Environmental Engineering Ser.
Soggetto topico Building materials - Environmental aspects
Sustainable construction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 9789811697449
9789811697432
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- 1 Tiered Quantitative Assessment of Life Cycle Sustainability and Resilience (TQUALICSR): Framework for Design of Engineering Projects -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Framework (TQUALICSR) Basis -- 1.2.1 Tier 1 Tools and Indicators -- 1.2.2 Tier 2 Tools and Indicators -- 1.2.3 Tier 3 Tools and Indicators -- 1.3 Framework (TQUALICSR) Description -- 1.3.1 Phase 1: Design Constraints, Exposure and Vulnerability Assessment -- 1.3.2 Phase 2: TQUALICSR Framework Assembly -- 1.3.3 Phase 3: Sustainability and Resilience Assessment -- 1.3.4 Phase 4: Decision-Making -- 1.4 Sustainability Indicators and Tools -- 1.4.1 Environmental Requirements -- 1.4.2 Social Requirements -- 1.4.3 Economic Requirements -- 1.5 Conclusion -- References -- 2 The Effect of COVID-19 on Public Transportation Sectors and Conceptualizing the Shifting Paradigm: A Report on Indian Scenario -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Level of Lockdown and Unlock Phases in India -- 2.2.1 Lockdown-Through Lens of an Optimist -- 2.3 Economic Sector During Lockdown Period -- 2.4 Impact of COVID-19 on the Public Transport Sector -- 2.4.1 Road Sector -- 2.4.2 Rail Sector -- 2.4.3 Airway Transport Sector -- 2.4.4 Tourism Sector -- 2.5 Effect of the Second Wave of COVID-19 in India -- 2.6 Post-Lockdown Scenario -- 2.6.1 Survey Analysis -- 2.7 World Coping with the Crisis -- 2.7.1 Scenario in India Due to Crisis -- 2.8 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Life Cycle Assessment to Identify Sustainable Lime-Pozzolana Binders for Repair of Heritage Structures -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Materials -- 3.2.1 Hydrated Lime -- 3.2.2 Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) -- 3.2.3 Fly Ash -- 3.2.4 Ggbs -- 3.2.5 Sand -- 3.2.6 Water -- 3.2.7 Mixes -- 3.3 Methods -- 3.3.1 LCA Approach and Framework -- 3.3.2 System Boundary for Mortar Production -- 3.3.3 Assumptions.
3.4 Results and Discussions of LCA Study -- 3.4.1 Cumulative Energy Demand Assessment -- 3.4.2 CML-IA (Baseline) Method Impact Assessment -- 3.4.3 Eco-Indicator 99 Impact Assessment -- 3.5 Conclusions -- References -- 4 Utilization of Recycled Industrial Solid Wastes as Building Materials in Sustainable Construction -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 Sustainable Management of Industrial Wastes-Benefits of Utilization in Construction -- 4.2 Industrial Solid Wastes and Environmental Implications -- 4.2.1 Major Industrial Solid Wastes Used in Construction -- 4.2.2 Challenges and Issues Related to Industrial Waste Recycling -- 4.3 Potential Avenues for Future Research -- 4.3.1 Engineering and Environmental Assessment of Wastes for Suitable Applications -- 4.3.2 Treatment and Processing of Wastes for Valorization -- 4.3.3 Environmental Implications of the Waste-Incorporated Building Products -- 4.4 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Development of a Machine Learning-Based Drone System for Management of Construction Sites -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Literature Review -- 5.3 Proposed Drone-Powered Machine Learning Model for Construction Site Management -- 5.4 Performance Analysis -- 5.5 Conclusion and Future Scope -- References -- 6 Influence of Binder Chemical Properties on the Elastic Properties of Asphalt Mixes Containing RAP Material -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Objective of the Work -- 6.3 Scope of the Present Work -- 6.4 Materials and Methods Considered -- 6.4.1 Materials -- 6.4.2 Mix Design of RAP Mixes -- 6.4.3 Oscillation Test on RAP-Virgin Binder Blends -- 6.4.4 Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy on Binder Blends -- 6.4.5 Stiffness Modulus Test -- 6.5 Results and Discussion -- 6.5.1 Oscillation Test Results -- 6.5.2 FTIR Test Results -- 6.5.3 Stiffness Modulus Test Results.
6.5.4 Relationship Between the Chemical and Elastic Properties of Binders and Mixtures -- 6.6 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Principles and Prospects of Using Lignosulphonate as a Sustainable Expansive Soil Ameliorator: From Basics to Innovations -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Formation, Structure, and Properties of LS -- 7.3 Efficacy of LS as an Expansive Soil Stabilizer -- 7.3.1 Soil Plasticity and Grain Size Distribution -- 7.3.2 Volumetric Change Behavior -- 7.3.3 Compressibility and Permeability Parameters -- 7.3.4 Strength Characteristics -- 7.3.5 Stabilization Mechanism -- 7.4 Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- 8 Use of Photocatalyst in Self-Cleaning Constructions Material: A Review -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.1.1 How Self-Cleaning Material was Invented and It's History -- 8.2 Photocatalytic Cementitious Materials -- 8.3 Process Parameters -- 8.3.1 Environmental Parameters -- 8.4 Various Techniques for Self-Repairing -- 8.4.1 Taxonomy of Self-Cleaning Techniques -- 8.5 Cost Analysis -- 8.6 Challenges and Future Prospects -- 8.7 Conclusions -- References -- 9 Investigations on Chemical, Mechanical, and Long-Term Characteristics of Alkali-Activated Concrete -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Materials and Methods -- 9.2.1 Materials -- 9.2.2 Mix Proportions and Specimen Preparation -- 9.2.3 Experimental Methods -- 9.3 Results -- 9.4 Conclusion -- References -- 10 Ash Utilization Strategy in India-A Way Forward -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.1.1 Ash Generation from Thermal Power Plants -- 10.1.2 Trends in Ash Utilization in India -- 10.1.3 Usage of Ash in Construction Industry and Other Allied Sectors -- 10.1.4 Challenges in Ash Utilization in India -- 10.2 Classification of Ash -- 10.2.1 Classification on the Basis of Chemical Composition -- 10.2.2 Classification on the Basis of Physical Characteristics -- 10.2.3 Standards and Specification on Fly Ash.
10.3 Studies Done at Nccbm for Ash Utilization-A Way Forward -- 10.3.1 Bottom Ash as Replacement of Fine Aggregate -- 10.3.2 Flyash Concrete-A Cost Effective Solution -- 10.3.3 Fly Ash and Slag-Based Geopolymer Concrete -- 10.3.4 Sintered Fly Ash Light Weight Aggregate for Structural Concrete -- 10.3.5 Controlled Low Strength Material for Backfilling -- 10.3.6 Pond Ash-Clay Fired Bricks -- 10.4 Conclusion and Need of Further Research -- References -- 11 Sustainable Pavements for Low-Impact Developments in Urban Localities -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Cool Pavements -- 11.2.1 Reflective Pavements -- 11.2.2 Evaporative Pavements -- 11.2.3 Heat Storage Modified Pavements -- 11.2.4 Future Research Prospects -- 11.3 Pervious Concrete -- 11.3.1 Materials and Properties of Pervious Concrete -- 11.3.2 Applications of Pervious Concrete in Pavements -- 11.3.3 Mix Design of Pervious Concrete -- 11.3.4 Pervious Concrete Pavement Design -- 11.3.5 Limitations and Way Forward -- 11.4 Summary -- References -- 12 Review on Biopolymer Stabilization-A Natural Alternative for Erosion Control -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Particle Size of Untreated and Biopolymer Admixed Soils -- 12.3 Soil Morphology -- 12.4 Strength of the Biopolymer Treated Soils -- 12.5 Laboratory Assessment of Erosion -- 12.6 Field Implementation -- 12.7 Summary -- References -- 13 A Parameter to Assess the Strength of Fly Ash and GGBS-Based Geopolymer Concrete -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Factors Affecting Strength of Ggbs and Fly Ash-Based Geopolymer Concrete -- 13.3 Unified Parameter-Binder Index -- 13.4 Conclusions -- References -- 14 Influence of Soft Drink Bottle Caps as Steel Fibre on Mechanical Properties of Concrete -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Materials -- 14.3 Methodology -- 14.4 Observations -- 14.5 Tests on Concrete -- 14.6 Results and Discussions -- 14.7 Conclusions -- References.
15 Effect of Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP) Aggregates on Strength of Fly Ash-GGBS-Based Alkali-Activated Concrete (AAC) -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Materials and Methods -- 15.3 Results and Discussion -- 15.4 Conclusions -- References -- 16 An Index for Assessment of Onsite Waste Management Performance in Indian Construction Sites -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Literature Review -- 16.2.1 Definition of Construction Waste -- 16.2.2 Existing Studies on C& -- D Waste Management. -- 16.2.3 C& -- D WM in India -- 16.2.4 Software Developments in C& -- D Waste Management -- 16.3 Methodology -- 16.3.1 Identification and Ranking of OCWMPA Variables -- 16.3.2 Developing Onsite Construction Waste Management Performance Assessment (OCWMPA) Index -- 16.4 Analysis Results and Discussion -- 16.4.1 Outlier Elimination -- 16.4.2 Relative Importance Index (RII) -- 16.4.3 Category Weightages and OCWMPA Index -- 16.4.4 Content Validity -- 16.5 Conclusion -- 16.5.1 Conclusions of the Analysis Results -- 16.5.2 Suggestions Based on Categorization: -- 16.5.3 Implications of the Research on Academia, Industry and Policy Developers -- Appendix -- References -- 17 Production of Lightweight Aggregates for Construction Industry from Industrial Byproducts: A Review -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Lightweight Concrete -- 17.3 Methodology -- 17.4 Lightweight Aggregate Production and Properties -- 17.5 Potential Industrial Byproducts -- 17.5.1 Fly Ash -- 17.5.2 Municipal Solid Waste -- 17.5.3 Palm Oil Shell -- 17.5.4 Water Treatment Sludge -- 17.6 Conclusions -- References -- 18 Sulfate Resistant Mortar Using Coarse Fraction of Red Mud as Fine Aggregate -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 Material and Methodology -- 18.3 Results and Discussion -- 18.3.1 Physical Characteristics -- 18.3.2 Compressive Strength -- 18.3.3 Corrosion Resistance -- 18.4 Conclusions -- References.
19 Condition Assessment and Repair Strategy for RCC Chimney of Thermal Power Station Located in Semi-Arid Region in India.
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BIM in small-scale sustainable design [[electronic resource] /] / François Lévy
BIM in small-scale sustainable design [[electronic resource] /] / François Lévy
Autore Lévy François <1966->
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, NJ, : Wiley, c2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (308 p.)
Disciplina 628
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Soggetto topico Building information modeling
Sustainable construction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-119-57261-4
1-118-10682-2
1-283-33240-X
9786613332400
1-118-10385-8
1-118-15342-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Building Information Models and Modeling; The cost of buildings; See, change; BIM for the rest of us; What this book is, and isn't; A word on the case studies; 1: BIM and Sustainable Design; The emergence of Building Information Modeling; BIM for design; High-performance architecture; Case study: Moonrise Ranch; 2: Design Software; BIM applications; Complementary software; Further reading; Case Study: Parameterized Hauer Curtain Wall; 3: Site Analysis; Developing a site model; Analyzing the site
Case Study: House in Sonoma4: Massing Analysis; Creating massing models; Perimeter/volume ratios: optimizing for envelope quantity; Confirming desirable and undesirable views; Preliminary cost and feasibility analysis; Preliminary passive heating and cooling design data; Case Study: New High School; 5: Solar Geometry and Daylighting; Shade from the sun; Daylighting; Case Study: Ross Street House; 6: Passive Cooling; Appropriate responses for local climates; Rules of thumb and sizing guidelines for cooling strategies; Case Study: Hadlow College Rural Regeneration Centre; 7: Passive Heating
Rules of thumb and sizing guidelines for heating strategiesWhole-building heat loss; Whole-building heat gain; Case Study: Battelle Darby Creek Environmental Center; 8: Onsite Energy Systems; Solar photovoltaics; Azimuth and elevation; Solar thermal systems; Wind turbines; Case Study: Cascadia Center for Sustainable Design and Construction; 9: Building Hydrology; Site design for water; Rainwater harvesting; Plumbing fixture efficiency; Sizing constructed wetlands; Gutter sizing; Case Study: Bee Ranch; 10: Materials and Waste; Material takeoffs and cost calculations; Advanced framing
Sheet materialsPreliminary life cycle analysis; LEED material calculations; Case Study: Loblolly House; 11: Collaboration; Imported backgrounds; Exporting files; Project coordination; Case Study: Paisano Senior Housing; Afterword; Bibliography and References; Index
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Lévy François <1966->  
Hoboken, NJ, : Wiley, c2012
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BIM in small-scale sustainable design [[electronic resource] /] / François Lévy
BIM in small-scale sustainable design [[electronic resource] /] / François Lévy
Autore Lévy François <1966->
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, NJ, : Wiley, c2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (308 p.)
Disciplina 628
728
Soggetto topico Building information modeling
Sustainable construction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-119-57261-4
1-118-10682-2
1-283-33240-X
9786613332400
1-118-10385-8
1-118-15342-1
Classificazione ARC004000
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Building Information Models and Modeling; The cost of buildings; See, change; BIM for the rest of us; What this book is, and isn't; A word on the case studies; 1: BIM and Sustainable Design; The emergence of Building Information Modeling; BIM for design; High-performance architecture; Case study: Moonrise Ranch; 2: Design Software; BIM applications; Complementary software; Further reading; Case Study: Parameterized Hauer Curtain Wall; 3: Site Analysis; Developing a site model; Analyzing the site
Case Study: House in Sonoma4: Massing Analysis; Creating massing models; Perimeter/volume ratios: optimizing for envelope quantity; Confirming desirable and undesirable views; Preliminary cost and feasibility analysis; Preliminary passive heating and cooling design data; Case Study: New High School; 5: Solar Geometry and Daylighting; Shade from the sun; Daylighting; Case Study: Ross Street House; 6: Passive Cooling; Appropriate responses for local climates; Rules of thumb and sizing guidelines for cooling strategies; Case Study: Hadlow College Rural Regeneration Centre; 7: Passive Heating
Rules of thumb and sizing guidelines for heating strategiesWhole-building heat loss; Whole-building heat gain; Case Study: Battelle Darby Creek Environmental Center; 8: Onsite Energy Systems; Solar photovoltaics; Azimuth and elevation; Solar thermal systems; Wind turbines; Case Study: Cascadia Center for Sustainable Design and Construction; 9: Building Hydrology; Site design for water; Rainwater harvesting; Plumbing fixture efficiency; Sizing constructed wetlands; Gutter sizing; Case Study: Bee Ranch; 10: Materials and Waste; Material takeoffs and cost calculations; Advanced framing
Sheet materialsPreliminary life cycle analysis; LEED material calculations; Case Study: Loblolly House; 11: Collaboration; Imported backgrounds; Exporting files; Project coordination; Case Study: Paisano Senior Housing; Afterword; Bibliography and References; Index
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Budownictwo o Zoptymalizowanym Potencjale Energetycznym = : Construction of Optimized Energy Potential / / Politechnika Częstochowska
Budownictwo o Zoptymalizowanym Potencjale Energetycznym = : Construction of Optimized Energy Potential / / Politechnika Częstochowska
Pubbl/distr/stampa Częstochowa : , : Wydawnictwo Politechniki Częstochowskiej
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Soggetto topico Sustainable construction
Sustainable buildings - Design and construction
Building - Energy conservation
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic journals.
Periodicals.
ISSN 2544-963X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Periodico
Lingua di pubblicazione pol
Altri titoli varianti Construction of Optimized Energy Potential
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Budownictwo o Zoptymalizowanym Potencjale Energetycznym = : Construction of Optimized Energy Potential / / Politechnika Częstochowska
Pubbl/distr/stampa Częstochowa : , : Wydawnictwo Politechniki Częstochowskiej
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Soggetto topico Sustainable construction
Sustainable buildings - Design and construction
Building - Energy conservation
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic journals.
Periodicals.
ISSN 2544-963X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Periodico
Lingua di pubblicazione pol
Altri titoli varianti Construction of Optimized Energy Potential
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Carbon management in the built environment / / Rohinton Emmanuel and Keith Baker
Carbon management in the built environment / / Rohinton Emmanuel and Keith Baker
Autore Emmanuel M. Rohinton <1962-, >
Pubbl/distr/stampa Abingdon, Oxon ; ; New York, N.Y. : , : Routledge, , 2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (241 p.)
Disciplina 690.028/6
Altri autori (Persone) BakerKeith <1979->
Soggetto topico Sustainable buildings
Sustainable construction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-52076-1
9786613833211
0-203-80331-0
1-136-63291-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; SECTION A: Overview; 1 Historical background: from sustainable development to carbon management; 1.1 The built environment's role in the global carbon cycle; 1.2 History of policies and protocols for carbon management; 1.3 Equity implications of carbon management; References; 2 Overview of climate change; 2.1 Climate change science and the greenhouse gases (GHGs); 2.2 Global greenhouse gas emissions; 2.2.1 Contraction and Convergence; 2.3 Greenhouse gas sources
2.3.1 Peak oil2.4 Greenhouse gas sinks; 2.5 Adaptation and mitigation; 2.6 Vulnerability; Bibliography; 3 Sectoral approaches to carbon management; 3.1 Energy generation; 3.2 Transport; 3.3 Water and wastewater; 3.4 Waste management; 3.5 Information and communications technology; 3.6 Manufacturing and distribution; 3.7 Green spaces; 3.8 Human behaviour; Bibliography; SECTION B: Strategies for a low carbon built environment; 4 Energy generation for a low carbon built environment; 4.1 Micro and distributed generation; 4.1.1 Solar thermal; 4.1.2 Solar photovoltaics; 4.1.3 Micro wind
4.1.4 Ground source heat pumps4.1.5 Air source heat pumps; 4.1.6 Geothermal; 4.1.7 Micro and community CHP and biomass; 4.1.8 Anaerobic digestion; 4.1.9 Micro-hydro; 4.2 Centralised renewable generation; 4.2.1 Hydropower; 4.2.2 Wind farms; 4.2.3 Solar farms; 4.2.4 Wave and tidal power; 4.2.5 Biomass; 4.2.6 Nuclear; References; 5 Carbon management in the new build; 5.1 Defining the 'carbon problem'; 5.1.1 Principal emission drivers in the built environment; 5.2 Physics of buildings; 5.2.1 Climate; 5.2.2 Indices to quantify the climatic burden on buildings; 5.2.3 Thermal comfort
5.2.4 Key building processes and needs5.3 Passive/low energy design approaches; 5.3.1 Temperate climates; Case study: The Passivhaus approach; Case study: Zero carbon domestic buildings in temperate climates; Case study: The case of zero energy (i.e. energy exporting) buildings in the UK; 5.3.2 Warm, humid climates; Case study: Zero carbon non-domestic buildings in warm, humid climates: MAS Intimates Thurulie, Thulhiriya, Sri Lanka; 5.3.3 Hot, dry climates; 5.4 Problems needing urgent action; 5.4.1 Overheating; 5.4.2 Thermal comfort standards; 5.5 Drivers and barriers to LZC in the new build
References6 Carbon management in the existing stock; 6.1 Retrofitting buildings for low/zero carbon - climate-specific solutions; 6.1.1 Retrofit in temperate climates; 6.1.2 Retrofit in warm climates; 6.2 Retrofitting buildings for low/zero carbon - climate-independent solutions; 6.2.1 Green roofs; 6.2.2 Lighting and small appliances; 6.2.3 Smart meters; 6.2.4 CHP and renewable energy; 6.3 Barriers and opportunities to LZC in existing buildings; 6.3.1 Key drivers; 6.3.2 Key challenges; References; 7 Carbon management in cities; 7.1 Introduction
7.1.1 Data on global cities and their carbon emissions
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Emmanuel M. Rohinton <1962-, >  
Abingdon, Oxon ; ; New York, N.Y. : , : Routledge, , 2012
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Carbon management in the built environment / / Rohinton Emmanuel and Keith Baker
Carbon management in the built environment / / Rohinton Emmanuel and Keith Baker
Autore Emmanuel M. Rohinton <1962-, >
Pubbl/distr/stampa Abingdon, Oxon ; ; New York, N.Y. : , : Routledge, , 2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (241 p.)
Disciplina 690.028/6
Altri autori (Persone) BakerKeith <1979->
Soggetto topico Sustainable buildings
Sustainable construction
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-136-63290-5
1-283-52076-1
9786613833211
0-203-80331-0
1-136-63291-3
Classificazione TEC005000
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; SECTION A: Overview; 1 Historical background: from sustainable development to carbon management; 1.1 The built environment's role in the global carbon cycle; 1.2 History of policies and protocols for carbon management; 1.3 Equity implications of carbon management; References; 2 Overview of climate change; 2.1 Climate change science and the greenhouse gases (GHGs); 2.2 Global greenhouse gas emissions; 2.2.1 Contraction and Convergence; 2.3 Greenhouse gas sources
2.3.1 Peak oil2.4 Greenhouse gas sinks; 2.5 Adaptation and mitigation; 2.6 Vulnerability; Bibliography; 3 Sectoral approaches to carbon management; 3.1 Energy generation; 3.2 Transport; 3.3 Water and wastewater; 3.4 Waste management; 3.5 Information and communications technology; 3.6 Manufacturing and distribution; 3.7 Green spaces; 3.8 Human behaviour; Bibliography; SECTION B: Strategies for a low carbon built environment; 4 Energy generation for a low carbon built environment; 4.1 Micro and distributed generation; 4.1.1 Solar thermal; 4.1.2 Solar photovoltaics; 4.1.3 Micro wind
4.1.4 Ground source heat pumps4.1.5 Air source heat pumps; 4.1.6 Geothermal; 4.1.7 Micro and community CHP and biomass; 4.1.8 Anaerobic digestion; 4.1.9 Micro-hydro; 4.2 Centralised renewable generation; 4.2.1 Hydropower; 4.2.2 Wind farms; 4.2.3 Solar farms; 4.2.4 Wave and tidal power; 4.2.5 Biomass; 4.2.6 Nuclear; References; 5 Carbon management in the new build; 5.1 Defining the 'carbon problem'; 5.1.1 Principal emission drivers in the built environment; 5.2 Physics of buildings; 5.2.1 Climate; 5.2.2 Indices to quantify the climatic burden on buildings; 5.2.3 Thermal comfort
5.2.4 Key building processes and needs5.3 Passive/low energy design approaches; 5.3.1 Temperate climates; Case study: The Passivhaus approach; Case study: Zero carbon domestic buildings in temperate climates; Case study: The case of zero energy (i.e. energy exporting) buildings in the UK; 5.3.2 Warm, humid climates; Case study: Zero carbon non-domestic buildings in warm, humid climates: MAS Intimates Thurulie, Thulhiriya, Sri Lanka; 5.3.3 Hot, dry climates; 5.4 Problems needing urgent action; 5.4.1 Overheating; 5.4.2 Thermal comfort standards; 5.5 Drivers and barriers to LZC in the new build
References6 Carbon management in the existing stock; 6.1 Retrofitting buildings for low/zero carbon - climate-specific solutions; 6.1.1 Retrofit in temperate climates; 6.1.2 Retrofit in warm climates; 6.2 Retrofitting buildings for low/zero carbon - climate-independent solutions; 6.2.1 Green roofs; 6.2.2 Lighting and small appliances; 6.2.3 Smart meters; 6.2.4 CHP and renewable energy; 6.3 Barriers and opportunities to LZC in existing buildings; 6.3.1 Key drivers; 6.3.2 Key challenges; References; 7 Carbon management in cities; 7.1 Introduction
7.1.1 Data on global cities and their carbon emissions
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Emmanuel M. Rohinton <1962-, >  
Abingdon, Oxon ; ; New York, N.Y. : , : Routledge, , 2012
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