Green Building Technology Guide: Emerging Technologies

Green Building Technology Guide: Emerging Technologies

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Green Building Technology Guide: Emerging Technologies provides users with a comprehensive set of tools to understand, evaluate, design, and execute green building strategies.

Expert authors share clear and concise steps to achieve 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.

The book focuses on emerging green building technologies, discussing materials (plastics, shape-memory alloys, metallic foams, thin-film technology), building systems (magnetic systems and nanotechnology), and energy systems (gasification, anaerobic digestion, renewable ocean technology, and more).

Users will find valuable information on how to confidently incorporate these cutting-edge concepts into their designs and projects.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 191.01 x 234.95 x 22mm | 381g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • Illustrated; Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0124079113
  • 9780124079113

Table of contents

Volume 3 - Emerging Technologies

Section 1 - Materials 1.01 Plastics 1.02 Metallic Foams: A New Greenbuilding Material 1.03 Shape Memory Alloys 1.04 Self-healing Polymers 1.05 Thin Film Technology 1.06 Phase Change Materials

Section 2 - Building Systems 2.01 Nano Technology & Advanced Windows 2.02 Magnetic Systems 2.03 Waste Equals Food

Section 3 - Energy Systems 3.01 Gasification 3.02 Anaerobic Digestion 3.03 Magnetic Levitation Wind Power Generation 3.04 Photovoltaics - Embodied Energy & New Technology 3.05 Kinetic Vibrational Energy 3.06 Renewable Ocean Technology 3.07 Energy Storage
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