Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building

 
 
John Wiley & Sons Inc (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 6. April 2016
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  • 408 Seiten
 
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The Fully Updated, Indispensible Study of Sustainable Design Principles
Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building is the first textbook to merge principles, theory, and practice into an integrated workflow. This book introduces the technologies and processes of sustainable design and shows how to incorporate sustainable concepts at every design stage. This comprehensive primer takes an active learning approach that keeps students engaged.
This book dispenses essential information from practicing industry specialists to provide a comprehensive introduction to the future of design. This new second edition includes:
* Expansive knowledge--from history and philosophy to technology and practice
* Fully updated international codes, like the CAL code, and current legislations
* Up-to-date global practices, such as the tools used for Life-Cycle Assessment
* Thorough coverage of critical issues such as climate change, resiliency, health, and net zero energy building
* Extensive design problems, research exercise, study questions, team projects, and discussion questions that get students truly involved with the material
Sustainable design is a responsible, forward-thinking method for building the best structure possible in the most efficient way. Conventional resources are depleting and building professionals are thinking farther ahead. This means that sustainable design will eventually be the new standard and everyone in the field must be familiar with the concepts to stay relevant. Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building is the ideal primer, with complete coverage of the most up to date information.
2. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Hoboken
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  • USA
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978-1-118-88239-9 (9781118882399)
1118882393 (1118882393)
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MARIAN KEELER, ASSOCIATE AIA, LEED AP, is a San Francisco-based green building consultant, formerly with Simon & Associates, and a specialist on healthful building materials.
PRASAD VAIDYA, LEED AP, is a Professor and Area Chair for Building Energy Performance at CEPT University in India, and Director at zenerG, a San Francisco-based consultancy that specializes in projects, programs, and policies toward sustainable net-zero-energy solutions.
  • Intro
  • Title page
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Preface
  • Notes
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1 The Integrated Building Design Process
  • What Is Integrated Building Design?
  • The Process
  • The Focus Areas: Energy, Resources, and Indoor Environment
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 2 A History of the Environmental Movements
  • Roots
  • Grassroots Movements
  • The Industrial Revolution
  • The Modern Chemical Revolution
  • Twin Tracks of Environmentalism: Conservation and Preservation Movements
  • The Ecology Movement
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 3 International Conferences and Treaties
  • The Club of Rome
  • The International Conferences
  • After Kyoto
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 4 The Emergence of Green Building and Green Building Policy
  • Defining Green Building
  • The Roots of Green Building
  • Environmental Toll
  • Green Building Today
  • The History of U.S. Energy Policy
  • Green Building Codes in the United States
  • The Road to Green Codes
  • In Summary
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 5 Chemicals in the Environment, Buildings, and Humans
  • Emission, Transmission, Deposition, and Immission
  • Pathways of Transmission
  • The Right to Know: Chemical Transparency
  • Green Chemistry and Building Materials
  • Rethinking Building Systems
  • Air Systems
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 6 Fundamentals of Indoor Air Quality
  • Why Is Good IAQ Important?
  • Contributors to IAQ
  • Types of Indoor Pollutants
  • Pushing the Envelope for IAQ Design
  • Notes
  • 7 Indoor Environmental Quality Issues
  • What Is IEQ?
  • Other IEQ Issues
  • Benefits of Good IEQ
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 8 How Buildings Use Energy
  • Energy in the Life Cycle of a Building
  • Evolution of Buildings and Its Impact on Energy Consumption
  • Operating Energy Use Patterns
  • Heat and Heat Transfer Modes
  • Climate and Weather
  • Traditional Design Response to Climate
  • Occupant Needs
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 9 Reducing Energy Loads
  • Predesign: Site Selection, Building Size, and Transportation
  • Site Analysis
  • Massing and Orientation
  • Building Envelope
  • Lighting
  • Plug Loads
  • Passive Design
  • Case Study: School in Damascus, Syria
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 10 Energy-Efficient HVAC Systems
  • Central versus Decentralized Systems
  • Decentralized Systems
  • Central Heating and Cooling Systems
  • HVAC Controls
  • Domestic Hot Water
  • Thermal Zoning and Impact of Architectural Design
  • Preliminary Design Guidelines
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 11 Energy Modeling and Measurement
  • Metrics for Energy
  • Site Energy and Source Energy
  • Metering, Submetering, and Benchmarking
  • Energy Modeling
  • Energy Modeling Tools
  • Using Modeling to Drive Integrated Cost Estimation
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 12 Net Zero Energy and Renewable Energy Systems
  • NZE Definitions
  • On-site Renewable Energy Generation
  • NZE Technical Potential
  • NZEB Design Issues
  • NZE at Community Scale
  • Utility Grid and Distributed Generation
  • NZE in Policy
  • Case Studies
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 13 Climate Change and Resilience
  • The Science
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 14 How Buildings Use Resources
  • What Are Natural Resources?
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 15 Materials Selection and Product Certification
  • The Benefits of Healthy Skepticism
  • Materials Have Multiple Impacts
  • The Bases for Materials Selection
  • Making Contact with Technical Staff
  • Environmental Product Declarations
  • Emissions Testing
  • Product Certification, Rating, or Label
  • Tools: Putting It Together
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 16 How Built Landscapes and Buildings Contribute to Water Quality and Conservation
  • The Urban Watershed: Watershed Function
  • National Water Policy
  • Pollutants of Concern in the Landscape
  • Urban Stormwater Management: Low-Impact Design
  • Site Design: Primary Goals
  • Preservation and Protection of Creeks, Wetlands, and Existing Vegetation
  • Treatment Control BMPs
  • Water Conservation in the Landscape
  • Water Use and Energy Use in Buildings
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 17 Sustainable Neighborhoods and Communities
  • What Are Sustainable Communities?
  • A Brief History of Sustainable Planning
  • History of Conventional Development
  • Components of Sustainable City Planning
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 18 Rating Systems and Practice Tools
  • What Is a Rating or Certification System?
  • Living Building Challenge Mission
  • The WELL Building Standard by Delos
  • Regional Systems
  • Ed Mazria and the 2030 Challenge
  • Practice Tools that Drive the Rating System
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 19 Life-Cycle Assessment
  • Definitions
  • Standards and Methodology
  • Components
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • 20 Waste Management and the Building Industry
  • Waste Impacts
  • Waste Cycles
  • Defining Waste
  • Waste Streams
  • Hospital Waste
  • Integrated Waste Management
  • Benefits of Construction Waste Management
  • Green Demolition
  • Incineration
  • Waste to Fuel
  • Best Practices
  • Diversion
  • Design for Disassembly
  • Construction Waste Management Plans
  • Other Job-Site Waste Strategies
  • Zero Waste
  • Resources
  • Notes
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • EULA

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