Solar Energy in Buildings

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  • Author : Dorota Chwieduk
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 382 pages
  • ISBN : 0124105211
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Solar Energy in Buildings

Solar Energy in Buildings
  • Author : Dorota Chwieduk
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 19 June 2014
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Solar Energy in Buildings presents solar radiation fundamentals and their applications in buildings, supported by theoretical analysis and results of original simulation studies in solar energy availability, collection, and conversion for both active and passive use. In-depth coverage of energy balance and heat transfer in building envelopes is supported by the inclusion of calculations and case studies, while contextualizing within an integrated design approach. Explains the best uses of cutting-edge advances such as concentrated solar thermal, thermoelectric and polymetric materials

A Handbook on Low Energy Buildings and District Energy Systems

A Handbook on Low Energy Buildings and District Energy Systems
  • Author : L.D. Danny Harvey
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 21 August 2012
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Winner of Choice Magazine - Outstanding Academic Titles for 2007 Buildings account for over one third of global energy use and associated greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. Reducing energy use by buildings is therefore an essential part of any strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and thereby lessen the likelihood of potentially catastrophic climate change. Bringing together a wealth of hard-to-obtain information on energy use and energy efficiency in buildings at a level which can be easily digested and applied, Danny Harvey

Solution Sets for Net Zero Energy Buildings

Solution Sets for Net Zero Energy Buildings
  • Author : Françios Garde,Daniel Aelenei,Laura Aelenei,Joseph Ayoub,Alessandra Scognamiglio
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 20 November 2017
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Net Zero-Energy Buildings have been the object of numerous studies in recent years as various countries have set this performance level as a long-term goal of their energy policies. This book presents a unique study of 30 NZEBs that have been constructed and have had their performance measured for at least 12 months.

Solar Energy Houses

Solar Energy Houses
  • Author : Anne-Grete Hestnes,Robert Hastings,Bjarne Saxhof
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 05 November 2013
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Passive and active solar strategies together with the adoption of energy conservation measures and the integration of new materials and technologies can lead to a dramatic reduction of 75-90 per cent in the energy consumption of the buildings. The objective of Task 13 of the IEA's Solar Heating and Cooling Programme was to advance solar building technologies and demonstrate this potential by designing and constructing buildings that met very low energy consumption targets while maintaining a good indoor climate. This revised

Design with Energy

Design with Energy
  • Author : John Littler,Randall Thomas
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 30 August 1984
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Originating from their work at Cambridge University on the design of energy efficient homes in Northern Europe, the authors consider the site constructions, building designs, available renewable energy sources, and servicing systems in different types of low energy houses.

Thermal Analysis and Design of Passive Solar Buildings

Thermal Analysis and Design of Passive Solar Buildings
  • Author : AK Athienitis
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 18 October 2013
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Passive solar design techniques are becoming increasingly important in building design. This design reference book takes the building engineer or physicist step-by-step through the thermal analysis and design of passive solar buildings. In particular it emphasises two important topics: the maximum utilization of available solar energy and thermal storage, and the sizing of an appropriate auxiliary heating/cooling system in conjunction with good thermal control. Thermal Analysis and Design of Passive Solar Buildings is an important contribution towards the optimization

Solar and Heat Pump Systems for Residential Buildings

Solar and Heat Pump Systems for Residential Buildings
  • Author : Jean-Christophe Hadorn
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 08 September 2015
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The combination of heat pumps and solar components is a recent development and has great potential for improving the energy efficiency of house and hot water heating systems. As a consequence, it can enhance the energy footprint of a building substantially. This work compares different systems, analyses their performance and illustrates monitoring techniques. It helps the reader to design, simulate and assess solar and heat pump systems. Good examples of built systems are discussed in detail and advice is given