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Conveniently organized and packed with robust technicalcontent and clear explanations of key principles Written by an architect who is the director of sustainability ata global architecture firm, Net Zero Energy Design is apractical guide for architects and related constructionprofessionals who want to design and build net zero energycommercial architecture. It offers no-nonsense strategies,step-by-step technical analysis, and valuable examples, in additionto developed case studies. With a focus on application in a varietyof building types and scales, the book also develops a…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Conveniently organized and packed with robust technicalcontent and clear explanations of key principles Written by an architect who is the director of sustainability ata global architecture firm, Net Zero Energy Design is apractical guide for architects and related constructionprofessionals who want to design and build net zero energycommercial architecture. It offers no-nonsense strategies,step-by-step technical analysis, and valuable examples, in additionto developed case studies. With a focus on application in a varietyof building types and scales, the book also develops a broad-basedunderstanding of all the integrated principles involved inachieving net zero energy. This book is an indispensable resource for anyone venturing intonet zero energy design, construction, and operation, and it alsoserves as an excellent resource on a variety of sustainable designtopics. Important features include: * Organization based upon the commercial building deliveryprocess * Robust technical content for use in actual projectapplications * Analysis examples that demonstrate key technicalprinciples * Plenty of design data for use as a valuable designresource * Abundant and sophisticated information graphics and colorillustrations and photographs * A distinct design focus on the content that inspires adoptionof principles into projects

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 464
  • Erscheinungstermin: 20.09.2012
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118348482
  • Artikelnr.: 37339251
Autorenporträt
TOM HOOTMAN, AIA LEED AP BD + C, is an architect and theDirector of Sustainability at RNL, a global design firmspecializing in sustainable design for the built environment.Hootman provides leadership and guidance to RNL's sustainableproject work, design standards, staff education, research, andoutreach. Tom has worked on several net zero energy designprojects, including the NREL Research Support Facility.
Inhaltsangabe
Acknowledgments IX In Introduction xiii My Net Zero Energy Journey XIII How To Use This Book xi v OV Chapter 1: Net Zero Energy Building Overview 1 The Case for Net Zero Energy Buildings 1 Defining Net Zero Energy 4 Classifying Net Zero Energy Buildings 10 Alternative Approaches to Net Zero Energy 12 Certifying Net Zero Energy Buildings 15 Building Industry Research and Trends 16 Building Industry Programs 19 Building Industry Codes and Regulations 20 Building Rating and Energy Labeling Systems 23 PC Chapter 2: Project Conception and Delivery 27 The Net Zero Energy Objective 27 Project Conception 36 Project Planning 40 Project Team Selection 44 Delivery Methods 49 Risks and Rewards 53 IP Chapter 3: Integrated Process 57 Integrated Delivery and Management 57 Project Delivery Phases 63 Integrated Design Methods 69 Building Energy Modeling 73 En Chapter 4: Energy 89 Energy Basics 89 Energy Use Intensity 102 Energy Targets 109 Energy and Thermal Comfort 125 DF Chapter 5: Design Fundamentals 133 Energy Design Conditions 133 Climate Assessment 133 Site Assessment 158 Building Massing and Geometry 166 Building Type and Zoning 177 PA Chapter 6: Pa ssive Architecture 183 Passive Design 183 Design Science 186 Building Envelope 202 Passive Strategies 215 EE Chapter 7: Energy
Efficient Building Systems 231 Active Systems 231 Basic Concepts 235 HVAC Overview 240 Low
Energy Distribution 243 Low
Energy Primary Equipment 247 Domestic Hot Water 256 Lighting 258 District Energy 266 RE Chapter 8: Renewab le Energy 271 Renewable Energy Basics 271 Solar Power 272 Solar Thermal 284 Wind 293 Hydro 300 Geothermal 306 Biomass 309 Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 314 Ec Chapter 9: Economics 319 Financial Considerations 319 Financial Models 329 Financial Analysis 333 Net Zero Energy and the Real Estate Market 341 OO Chapter 10: Operations and Occupancy 347 Building Operation 347 Plug Loads 352 Green Behavior 357 Net Zero Energy Performance Plan 363 NZ Chapter 11: Net Zero Energy 367 Net Zero Energy Balance 367 Net Zero Energy Measures 367 Carbon Neutrality 377 CS Chapter 12: Case Study: DOE /NREL Research Support Facility 387 Introduction 387 Process 388 Project Economics 389 Climate, Site, and Program 391 Design Response 394 Operation and Occupancy 406 Performance Metrics 411 Bib liography 417 About the Author 427 Index 429