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A Study on the Development of Building Envelope Elements for Energy Reduction in Multi- Rise Residential Buildings
- Lee, Myung Sik (Division of Architectural Engineering, Dongguk University)
- Received : 2016.11.21
- Accepted : 2016.12.07
- Published : 2016.12.30
It is necessary to improve the performance of buildings with respect to the energy efficiency while improving the quality of occupants' lives through a sustainable built environment. During the design and development process, building projects must have a comprehensive, integrated perspective that seeks to reduce heating, cooling and lighting loads through climate-responsive designs. The aim of this study is to find an optimal thermal transmittance (U-values) for building envelope elements for low energy multi-rise residential buildings in the early design phase in Korea. The study found that using small U-values of
Building Envelope;Residential Building;Energy Reduction;U-value
Supported by : Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology (KEIT)
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