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Net Zero Energy Building Predicted and Unintended Consequences




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Routledge

Pubblicazione: 04/2019
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

What do we mean by net zero energy? Zero operating energy? Zero energy costs? Zero emissions? There is no one answer: approaches to net zero building vary widely across the globe and are influenced by different environmental and cultural contexts. Net Zero Energy Building: Predicated and Unintended Consequences is the book to present a comprehensive overview of variations in "net zero" building practices. Drawing on examples from countries such as the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, and China, Hu examines diverse approaches to net zero and reveals their intended and unintended consequences. Existing approaches often focus on operating energy: how to make buildings more efficient by reducing the energy consumed by climate control, lighting, and appliances. Hu goes beyond this by analyzing overall energy consumption and environmental impact across the entire life cycle of a building – ranging from the manufacture of building materials to transportation, renovation, and demolition. Is net zero building still achievable once we look at these factors? With clear implications for future practice, this is key reading for professionals in building design, architecture and construction as well as students on sustainable and green architecture courses.




Sommario

Table of Contents Acknowledgements Foreword Preface Chapter One: The Evolution of Net-Zero Energy Building Background and ecological origin – ecological economics 1930-1969 Early Solar House 1970-1989 First energy crisis and the emerge of net-zero energy building 1990-2006 Second Energy Crisis and The Consensus of Net-Zero Energy Building 2076-2010 Finical Crisis and Rapid Development of Net-Zero Energy Building 2010–2016 Financial Recovery and Blooming Net-Zero Energy Building 2017–Beyond Net-Zero Energy Building Conclusion Chapter Two: Principles of Zero: Metrics and Assessment Existing Definition of Net-Zero Energy Building The equation behind the definitions Existing energy calculation method Metrics and Measurement Tools Conclusion Chapter Three: Predicted Impact of Net Zero Building Trends and Opportunities Direct Benefits of Net-Zero Building Indirect Benefits Culture-Social Shift – Impact on Community Conclusion Chapter Four: Unintended Consequences Net Zero Building – from a life cycle perspective Net Energy and Its Ecological Economics Origin Unintended Consequence One: environmental impact associated with embodied energy Unintended Consequence Two: societal impact - more sprawl and green life style? Unintended Consequence Three: ecological degradation Conclusion Chapter Five: Future Drivers and Economics Environmental Drivers Regulatory Drivers: mandates, regulations and incentives Human Health Drivers Technology Drivers Economic Drivers Conclusion Chapter Six: Advanced Building Materials and Systems- Smart Green Building Nanomaterial Phase Changing Material Smart Systems: Advanced Building Envelope Fabric Materials Conclusion Chapter Seven: Zero-Impact Building – new framework based on life cycle assessment Problems of Existing net zero definition Additional Impact Indicators Proposed definition of net zero impact building – from life cycle perspective Proposed measurement and evaluation framework for net zero impact building Conclusion Chapter Eight: Future Development – A Case Study Introduction Carbon Neutral Built Environment and City Three Case Studies Conclusion




Autore

Ming Hu is an Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, University of Maryland, USA. She teaches technology courseswhichfocus on the integration of architectural design with structural, materials, and building performance assessment. She is an architectural practitioner, educator, and researcher with expertise in high-performance building design, life cycle assessment, building performance measurement, and benchmarking. She has more than14 years’ experience of working on international high-profile projectsin firms includingHOK’s Washington, DC office. Her background includes training in the architectural discipline and years of practice across disciplines, which gives her a unique perspective and ability to weave these fields together in her research.







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780815367802

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.25 in
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:28 halftones and 33 line drawings
Pagine Arabe: 160






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