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Energy Manual: Sustainable Architecture - M. Fuchs, Karlhans Stark

Energy Manual: Sustainable Architecture - M. Fuchs, Karlhans Stark

733,95 kn

autor: M. Fuchs, Karlhans Stark
broj stranica: 280
godina izdanja: 2008
vrsta uveza: meki
jezik: engleski

Najnoviji Detailov priručnik pokazuje zašto je energija neophodan čimbenik u razvijanju energetske učinkovitosti. Priručnik donosi pravne normative koje uvodi Europska Unija, a koji su neophodni za posao arhitekata, inženjera građevine i dizajnera. Kako je ova knjiga iz edicije DETAIL uz same osnove i normative obiluje i primjerima te detaljima konstrukcija. 

Opis (engleski):

Preface (extract)
(by Manfred Hegger)

The Energy Manual not only adds one more tittle to the series of Construction Manuals but also a new dimension.
For the first time it is not primarily concerned with fundamentals, a building material or a construction element group. This Manual approaches design and construction from apparently invisible qualities: the sustainability and energy-efficiency of buildings.

There is a whole range of arguments in favour of this way of looking at things. No other sector of industry uses more materials and energy, produces more waste and contributes less to material recycling than the building industry.
For quite some time now, these themes have also dominated international public discussions and the process of forming political opinion.
There are many reasons for this: some materials are becoming scarce and consequently more expensive, others have undesirable effects on the environment and users, and yet others fail to live up to people´s expectations in the long term. This applies just as much to conventional energy sources.

Index

Preface 6 (2)

Part A Positions
Global change
Chris Luebkeman
Energy change
Hermann Scheer
Architecture and sustainability – a difficult relationship
Robert Kaltenbrunner
Doing things right – on efficiency and sustainability
Manfred Hegger
Solar Architecture
Thomas Herzoz
Planning and building in life cycles
Karl-Heinz Petzink
Bernhard Lenz

Part B Planning
Fundamentals
Global boundary conditions
Energy
Climate and comfort
Urban space and infrastructure
Land use
Planning to suit the location
Infrastructure and technical services
Building envelope
Maintaining and gaining heat
Avoiding overheating
Decentralized ventilation
Using the daylight
Generating electricity
Building services
Sustainable building services
Heating
Cooling
Mechanical ventilation
Optimising the artificial lighting
Generating electricity
Materials
Heat flow
Embodied energy
Materials in the life cycle
Strategies
Energy concepts
Politics, legislation, statutory instruments
Planning process
Sustainable architecture
Diagnosis system for sustainable building quality (DSQ)

Part C Case studies
Project examples 1 to 20
Part D Appendix
Parameters
Climate data
LCA data
Statutory instruments, directives, standards
Bibliography
Picture Credits
Subject index

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