Performance prediction tools for low impact building design

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Abstract

IT systems are emerging that may be used to support decisions relating to the design of a built enviroment that has low impact in terms of energy use and environmental emissions. This paper summarises this prospect in relation to four complementary application areas: digital cities, rational planning, virtual design and Internet energy services.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of EPIC 02 Conference
Subtitle of host publicationenergy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities
Place of PublicationSint-Stevens-Woluwe
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2002
EventEPIC 02 - Energy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities - Lyon, France
Duration: 1 Jan 2002 → …

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ConferenceEPIC 02 - Energy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities
CountryFrance
CityLyon
Period1/01/02 → …

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Keywords

  • building design
  • ventilation
  • design engineering
  • renewable energy systems
  • control systems
  • emissions
  • performance
  • prediction tools
  • low impact
  • digital cities
  • rational planning
  • internet energy services
  • virtual design

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Clarke, J. A. (2002). Performance prediction tools for low impact building design. In Proceedings of EPIC 02 Conference: energy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities Sint-Stevens-Woluwe.
Clarke, J.A. / Performance prediction tools for low impact building design. Proceedings of EPIC 02 Conference: energy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities. Sint-Stevens-Woluwe, 2002.
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Clarke, JA 2002, Performance prediction tools for low impact building design. in Proceedings of EPIC 02 Conference: energy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities. Sint-Stevens-Woluwe, EPIC 02 - Energy efficient and healthy buildings in sustainable cities, Lyon, France, 1/01/02.

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