The Human Dimension of Building Energy Performance By: AICARR
This Research Topic welcomes all article types on the effects of human factors on building energy performance, with a special focus on innovative design, systems and/or control domains that can enhance a building’s energy sustainability consistently with its indoor environmental quality.
Indoor Thermal ComfortBy: AICARR
This Special Issue invites scholars to contribute original research and review articles on innovative design, systems, and/or control domains that can enhance occupant comfort, work productivity, wellbeing in a built environment, and the integration of human factors in buildings energy performance.
It aims to facilitate the work of the technician when choosing an air conditioning system suitable for a particular project. The first part deals with the most important constraints of the project (architectural, urban, system) and the second gives examples of typical installations
This is a help guide for the quality execution of the DHW and air conditioning installations. The chapters coincide with the phases of execution of a work. It considers compliance with quality standards (UNE, legal regulations, regulations and good practices).
The guidebook analyzes the different possibilities of using renewable energies in the rehabilitation of buildings. The objective is to improve the energy efficiency, to reduce the consumption of primary energy of non-renewable origin and the CO2 emissions derived from the energy consumption.
A guide for designers, maintainers, building owners and operators and facilities managers.
Ventilation Effectiveness (GB2)By: REHVA
This Guidebook provides easy-to-understand descriptions of the indices used to measure the performance of a ventilation system and which indices to use in different cases.