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A Study on the G-SEED Certification Evaluation Elements Analysis for the Application of Broadcasting Station Building
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the G-SEED Certification Evaluation Elements Analysis for the Application of Broadcasting Station Building
Kim, Bae-Young; Park, Hyeon-Soo; Yoon, Hea-Kyung;
 
 Abstract
This study scrutinizes the basic data on various eco-friendly factors through the cases of environment-friendly certified broadcasting station buildings. These data are expected to be helpful for the green building certification of broadcasting station buildings which are to be newly built. Three steps for the analysis were used. Firstly, they were examined the layout plans by the sun shadow and wind direction for an external environment control field, planting with environmentally purified water and land biotope, and ecological forestation by the water space plan. Secondly, they were tested the items for the building form plans with environmental loads, the building envelope plans by solar radiation analysis, louver and fittings plans, environment-friendly atrium plans, rooftop greening plans and bicycle racks and so on. Finally, it was evaluated the items of the plans to use new and renewable energy, water resources, the electrical and lighting systems such as geothermal heat, photovoltaic power generation, solar duct, rain water and wastewater reuse system, etc. The result shows that Korea's environment-friendly certification system evaluates these broadcasting station buildings the same as office facilities without basic understandings. Therefore the new items and scoring criteria are especially needed for air, thermal and sound environments for the large energy consumption buildings such as broadcasting station buildings.
 Keywords
Broadcasting Building;Green Building;G-SEED;Energy Consumption;
 Language
Korean
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