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The Resource Green and Smart Buildings : Advanced Technology Options

Green and Smart Buildings : Advanced Technology Options

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Green and Smart Buildings : Advanced Technology Options
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Green and Smart Buildings
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Advanced Technology Options
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Green and Smart Buildings : Advanced Technology Options
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Green and Smart Buildings : Advanced Technology Options
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 Green and Smart Building Trends -- 2.1 Business Case for Going Green -- 2.2 Smart Buildings Solutions on the Rise -- 2.3 Green and Smart Buildings Standards and Regulations -- 2.4 Financing Green and Smart Buildings -- 2.5 Zero Energy Buildings -- 2.6 Buildings Enabled by IoT -- 2.7 People Centric Focus in Buildings -- 2.8 Green Buildings at the Paris Climate Conference 2015 -- References -- 3 Integrated Design Concepts and Tools -- 3.1 Integrated Design Process -- 3.2 Building Information Modeling -- 3.3 Energy Modeling and Simulation -- 3.4 Advance Optimization Tools -- 3.5 Airflow Modeling -- References -- 4 Passive Design Technologies -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Building Location and Orientation -- 4.3 Building Layout and Massing -- 4.4 Building Envelope -- 4.4.1 Insulation -- 4.4.2 Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) -- 4.4.3 Infiltration or Air Leakage -- 4.4.4 Visible Light Transmittance (VLT) -- 4.5 Building Envelope Technologies -- 4.5.1 Shading -- 4.5.1.1 External Shading Fixtures -- 4.5.1.2 Motorized Internal Shading Devices -- 4.5.2 Cool Roofs and Coatings -- 4.5.3 High Performance Insulation -- 4.5.3.1 Sandwich Walls -- 4.5.3.2 Thermal Insulation Plaster -- 4.5.4 High Performance Glazing -- 4.5.4.1 Multi-pane Windows and Gas Fills -- 4.5.4.2 Low-E Coatings -- 4.5.4.3 Selective Transmission Films -- 4.5.4.4 Adaptive Glazing -- 4.5.4.5 Thermal Breaks -- 4.5.4.6 Overall Glazing Unit Performance -- 4.6 Passive Heating Technologies -- 4.6.1 Massing and Orientation for Heating -- 4.6.2 Thermal Mass and Phase Change Materials -- 4.6.3 Trombe Walls for Passive Heating -- 4.7 Passive Cooling Technologies -- 4.7.1 Natural Ventilation and Cooling -- 4.7.1.1 Massing and Orientation for Natural Ventilation -- 4.7.1.2 Openings for Cross Ventilation -- 4.7.1.3 Wing Walls
  • 4.7.1.4 Stack Ventilation -- 4.7.1.5 Solar Chimney -- 4.7.2 Air Cooling in Dry Climates -- 4.7.3 Double-Skin Facades -- 4.8 Passive Lighting or Day Lighting -- 4.8.1 Daylight Apertures or Fenestration -- 4.8.1.1 Side Windows -- 4.8.1.2 Skylight -- 4.8.2 Light Shelves -- 4.8.3 Daylight Redirecting Glazing/Window Films -- 4.8.4 Light Pipes and Mirror Ducts -- 4.8.5 Transparent Insulation -- 4.8.6 Measuring Daylight Effectiveness -- 4.8.7 Integration with Electric Lighting Controls -- References -- 5 Active Design Technologies -- 5.1 Heating, Cooling and Ventilation -- 5.1.1 Air Heating and Cooling Technologies -- 5.1.1.1 Furnaces and Boilers -- 5.1.1.2 Electric Heaters -- 5.1.1.3 Compression Chillers -- 5.1.1.4 Absorption Chillers -- 5.1.1.5 Other Emerging Cooling Cycles -- 5.1.2 District Heating and Cooling -- 5.1.3 Heat Pumps -- 5.1.4 Evaporative Cooling -- 5.1.5 Dehumidification Technologies -- 5.1.6 Radiant/Heating and Cooling -- 5.1.7 Passive Displacement Ventilation -- 5.1.8 Demand Controlled Ventilation -- 5.1.9 Duct Sealing Technologies -- 5.1.10 Fabric Ducts -- 5.1.11 Ductless Jet Fans -- 5.1.12 High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) Ceiling Fans -- 5.1.13 Liquid Immersion Cooling for Data Centers -- 5.2 Lighting -- 5.2.1 Lighting Performance Metrics -- 5.2.2 Light Source Technologies -- 5.2.2.1 Compact Florescent Lamps (CFL) -- 5.2.2.2 Linear Florescent Lamps (LFL) -- 5.2.2.3 Inductive Florescent Lamps -- 5.2.2.4 High Intensity Discharge Lamps (HIDs) -- 5.2.2.5 LED Lighting -- 5.2.2.6 Lighting Ballasts and Drivers -- 5.2.3 Task Lighting -- 5.2.4 Lighting Controls -- 5.2.4.1 Occupancy Sensors -- 5.2.4.2 Photosensors -- 5.3 Energy Efficient Elevators -- 5.3.1 Gearless Traction Elevators -- 5.3.2 Flat Steel Belts -- 5.3.3 Machine-Room-Less (MRL) Elevators -- 5.3.4 Regenerative Drives -- 5.3.5 Permanent Magnet Motors
  • 5.3.6 Double-Deck Elevators and Twin Elevators -- 5.3.7 Elevator Controls -- 5.4 Plug and Process Load Management -- 5.4.1 Use of Energy Efficient Equipment -- 5.4.2 Timer Controlled Plugs -- 5.4.3 Smart/Advanced Plug Strips -- 5.4.3.1 Current-sensing Power Strips -- 5.4.3.2 Master-controlled Power Strips -- 5.4.3.3 Infrared (IR)-based Activity Monitor Power Strips -- 5.4.3.4 Motion-sensing Power Strips and Activity Monitors -- 5.4.3.5 Remote-switch Power Strips -- 5.4.3.6 Timer-controlled Power Strips -- 5.4.4 Software Power Management Settings -- References -- 6 Building Management and Automation Technologies -- 6.1 Sensors and Meters -- 6.1.1 Smart Sensors and Networks -- 6.1.2 Wireless Sensors Networks -- 6.1.3 Integrated Communication Technologies -- 6.2 Controllers -- 6.2.1 Mode Selection Controls -- 6.2.2 Pneumatic Controls -- 6.2.3 DDC Control Mode -- 6.2.4 Advanced Intelligent Controls -- 6.2.5 Model Predictive Controls -- 6.3 Actuators -- 6.4 BMS Communication and Protocols -- 6.5 Monitoring and Diagnostics -- 6.5.1 Dashboard and Data Analytics -- 6.5.2 Alarm Management -- 6.5.3 Automated Fault Detection and Diagnostic -- 6.6 Application and Control Strategies -- 6.7 Internet of Thing (IoT) Enabled Building Management Systems -- References -- 7 Renewable Energy Integration in Buildings -- 7.1 Solar PhotoVoltaic (PV) Energy -- 7.1.1 Rooftop Solar PV -- 7.1.2 Building Integrated PhotoVoltaic (BIPV) -- 7.2 Solar Thermal Collectors -- 7.2.1 Flat Plate Collectors -- 7.2.2 Unglazed Collectors -- 7.2.3 Evacuated Tube Collectors -- 7.2.4 Solar Thermal Based Cooling and Air-Conditioning -- 7.3 Wind Energy -- 7.4 Geothermal Energy -- 7.5 Energy Storage -- 7.5.1 Thermal Energy Storage -- 7.5.2 Battery Storage -- 7.6 Smart Energy Management Systems -- References -- 8 Water and Waste Management Technologies
  • 8.1 Water Consumption, Monitoring and Leak Detection -- 8.1.1 Identifying the Different Water Types in Buildings -- 8.1.1.1 Potable Water -- 8.1.1.2 Black Water -- 8.1.1.3 Greywater -- 8.1.1.4 Process Water -- 8.1.2 Water Sub-metering and Leak Detection -- 8.2 Water Efficient Fittings -- 8.2.1 Water Efficient Faucets and Tap Adaptors -- 8.2.2 Water Efficient Shower Heads -- 8.2.3 High Pressure or Trigger Spray Nozzles -- 8.2.4 Automatic Water Shut-off Showers and Faucets -- 8.2.5 Water On-Demand Sensors -- 8.2.6 Instant Water Heaters -- 8.2.7 Low Volume and Dual-Flush Cisterns for Toilets -- 8.2.8 Water-Less Urinals -- 8.2.9 Composting Toilets -- 8.2.10 Water Efficient Equipment Labels -- 8.3 Greywater Recycling -- 8.4 Rainwater Harvesting -- 8.5 Water Efficient Landscaping -- 8.5.1 Drip Irrigation -- 8.5.2 Rain Sensors to Control Irrigation -- 8.5.3 Xeriscaping -- 8.6 Water Reduction in Cooling Towers -- 8.6.1 Improving Cycles of Concentration -- 8.7 Reducing Construction Waste -- 8.7.1 Reuse and Recovery of Construction Materials -- 8.7.2 Optimising Material Usage During Construction and Deconstruction -- 8.7.3 Pre-fabricated and Pre-finished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) -- 8.8 Waste Reduction, Reuse and Recycling -- 8.8.1 Recycling Bins -- 8.8.2 Dual or Multiple Waste Chutes -- 8.8.3 Paper-Less Office -- 8.8.4 Eliminating Plastic Water Bottles -- 8.8.5 Food Waste -- References -- 9 Engaging Occupants in Green and Smart Buildings -- 9.1 Increasing Occupant Awareness -- 9.2 Using the Utility Bill to Engage Occupants -- 9.3 Interactive Applications and Gamification to Engage Occupants -- 9.4 Green Lease -- References -- 10 Green Building Performance Assessment and Rating -- 10.1 Performance Metrics for Green and Smart Buildings -- 10.1.1 Energy Use Intensity (EUI) -- 10.1.2 Passive Design Performance Metrics
  • 10.1.2.1 Overall Thermal Transfer Value (OTTV) -- 10.1.2.2 Percentage (%) Naturally Ventilated Spaces -- 10.1.2.3 Air Infiltration/Leakage Rate in ACH50 or CFM50 -- 10.1.2.4 Daylight Autonomy (DA) and Annual Sun Exposure (ASE) -- 10.1.3 Active Design Performance Metrics -- 10.1.3.1 Heating, Cooling and Ventilation Performance Metrics -- 10.1.4 Lighting Power Density -- 10.1.5 Renewable Energy Performance Metrics -- 10.1.5.1 Percentage (%) Energy by Renewables -- 10.1.5.2 Performance Ratio (PR) -- 10.1.6 Water-Use Performance Metrics -- 10.1.7 Waste Collection and Recycling Rate -- 10.1.8 Occupant Satisfaction Metrics -- 10.1.9 Life Cycle Costing Analysis -- 10.2 Green Building Standards, Certification and Rating Systems -- 10.2.1 Green Building Standards and Codes -- 10.2.2 Green Building Certification and Rating -- 10.2.2.1 Energy Star -- 10.2.2.2 LEED Certification -- 10.2.2.3 Living Building Challenge (LBC) -- 10.2.2.4 International Certification Programs -- References -- 11 Conclusion -- References
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