Fundamentals of Building Energy Management and Conservations-Green Building-Part II

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Duration: 4 Hours
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    Building as an Energy System, Energy Saving Approaches for Building, Passive Design: Passive designs take advantage of local climates and reduce energy consumption for heating or cooling the building by optimizing insulation, ventilation, orientation, and shade of a building.

    Outline:

    1. Building as an Energy System
    2. Energy Saving Approaches for Building
    3. Passive Design
      • Form and Orientation
      • Minimizing heat gain through roofs: Cool roofs, Green roofs, External shading
      • Fenestration, the properties relevant to daylight harvesting and energy efficiency: Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC), Visual Light Transmission (VLT), U value, Light to Solar Gain Ratio (LSG)
      • Effective building material sealing, High performance glass, Windows with low solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC), Low-E Glass, Double-glazed units, Triple-glazed units, Thermochromic and Electrochromic Glass, Double skin facades
      • Low energy cooling: Natural ventilation, Stack-Effect ventilation, Passive downdraft evaporative cooling (PDEC)
      • Thermal insulation
      • Lighting: Daylighting, Light Shelves

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