SCALE. Heat I Cool. Energy Concepts, Principles, Installations | Manfred Hegger, Joost Hartwig, Martin Keller | 9783034605137

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SCALE. Heat I Cool

Energy Concepts, Principles, Installations

Auteur:Manfred Hegger, Joost Hartwig, Martin Keller

Uitgever:Birkhäuser

ISBN: 978-3-0346-0513-7

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 160 pagina's
  • 13 jul. 2012
The second volume of the SCALE series, Heat | Cool, illustrates strategies for balanced and appropriate energy-efficient design and looks at energy-efficiency factors as part of the scheme and detailed design of a building. Using built projects as examples, the authors discuss the contribution - based on the respective climatic, topographic, and urban design context - that buildings can make through the choice of materials and design, the extent to which additional services installations are required for heating and cooling, and what combined measures are suitable for sustainable and holistic design. The authors cover currently available technical services for heating, ventilation, and cooling as well as ways in which the choice of materials and construction layout can support energy- efficiency in the building and optimize the lifecycle and flow of energy. Heat | Cool provides the basis for efficient and optimized conditioning of a building’s interior climate and how this forms part of the architectural design.

The second volume of the SCALE series, Heat | Cool, illustrates strategies for balanced and appropriate energy-efficient design and looks at energy-efficiency factors as part of the scheme and detailed design of a building. Using built projects as examples, the authors discuss the contribution - based on the respective climatic, topographic, and urban design context - that buildings can make through the choice of materials and design, the extent to which additional services installations are required for heating and cooling, and what combined measures are suitable for sustainable and holistic design. The authors cover currently available technical services for heating, ventilation, and cooling as well as ways in which the choice of materials and construction layout can support energy- efficiency in the building and optimize the lifecycle and flow of energy. Heat | Cool provides the basis for efficient and optimized conditioning of a building’s interior climate and how this forms part of the architectural design.

The authors and editors teach at the TU Darmstadt and the Hochschule Darmstadt.

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