Green Building Technology Guide: Commercial
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Green Building Technology Guide: Commercial presents users with a comprehensive set of tools that allow them to understand, evaluate, design, and execute green building strategies.

The book includes commentary from expert authors who share clear- and-concise best practices for achieving high-performance building solutions at multiple levels, from basic LEED projects to advanced Zero Net Energy Buildings (ZNEB), exploring all aspects of green building design.

Materials, equipment, systems, methods, and resources are all broken down by CSI format and aligned with USGBC LEED categories, as well as Enterprise Green Communities criteria.

Materials discussed include concrete/fly ash, structural steel, building systems such as green roofs and translucent walls, and energy systems, like building-mounted wind turbines, photovoltaics, and active building envelopes. The green and sustainable technologies presented in this volume showcase newly available and soon-to-be released prototype products and systems.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 191 x 235 x 22mm | 381g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • Illustrated; Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0124079121
  • 9780124079120

Table of contents

Volume 2 - Commercial

Section 1 - Materials 1.01 Concrete/Fly Ash 1.02 Structural Steel 1.03 Flooring 1.04 Interior Paint 1.05 Smart Windows

Section 2 - Building Systems 2.01 Green Roofs 2.02 Passive Solar Cooling 2.03 Advanced Window Wall Systems 2.04 Translucent Walls 2.05 Air Circulation Systems and Stack Effect

Section 3 - Energy Systems 3.01 Building Mounted Wind Turbines 3.02 Wind Power: Micro Technology 3.03 Advances in Photovoltaics 3.04 Algae Living Skin : Architectural Cladding Bioreactor 3.05 Active Building Envelopes 3.06 Vehicle-to-Building (V2B)/Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) Technology
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