design strategy for the integration of climate-responsive building elements in dwellings remco looman abstract high performance architecture meets both comfort and energy issues to a maximum level. the application of climate-responsive architecture is a strategy that can meet both issues. climate-responsive building elements
impact of ecbc, low energy strategies, and ecbc low energy strategies on conventional case for tcil building, composite climate. the above graph shows the variation in the electrical load kw , coil load tr and epi energy performance index for all the cases.
basic needs for high performance building: use of passive means rather than. active means. passive design strategies indirect cooling includes ventilation and stack effect and venture effect, roof pond, earth air tunnel, courtyards and wind scoops and wind towers.
composite climate: an architects aim would be to design a building in such a way that solar gains are maximized in winter and, reduce solar gains in summer, and maximize
passive design strategies in composite and warm-humid climates. 1. passive solar design for mud huts in jharkhand, considering microclimatic parameters for comfort janmejoy gupta phd/arch/1053/2011 deptt. of architecture guide: dr manjari chakraborty 2. impact of climate on design of rural dwellings in composite climate and warm humid type climate. 3.
sustainable architectural built environment . ca ndr ,cpwd architectural design strategies conservation of natural soil and trees. orientation of building has been planned reduce ingress of solar radiation. large openings north and south faces. green areas have been developed on
effective design strategies for high-rise office buildings in composite climate are investigated through a comparative study of six sustainable office buildings. although some design strategies reduce the lighting load, they increase the hvac load of the building.
design and development of sustainable construction strategy for residential buildings: a case study for composite climate article pdf available · february 2013 with 9,263 reads how we measure
location specific passive strategies can be developed using this tool based on the severity of the climate with in a composite climate zone in india. discover the world's research 15 million members
bio-climatic design strategies for buildings in delhi, india. abstract building sector plays a vital role towards energy efficiency and energy conservation. in india, building sector accounts almost 35% of the countrys energy consumption. building sector has been growing rapidly and is expected to increase five folds from 2005 to 2030.
moreover, the energy performance data are compared with the national energy consumption benchmarks for composite climate. the comparison indicates the design strategies performed well, that lead to a decrease in the energy consumption of high-rise office buildings in composite climate.
commercial buildings benefit from passive cooling, but in the vancouver climate, design must strike a balance between heating and cooling performance. carefully detailed and constructed high-performance insulation in the envelope with minimal thermal bridging, including exterior walls and roofs.
this paper identifies passive design strategies that can be adopted in this climatic region to minimize the use of energy for cooling, improve occupants comfort and enhance low energy architecture. the objective is to reduce overdependence on electricity demand and energy use in residential buildings.
treatment to the external spaces. large projecting eaves and wide verandahs are needed in composite climate as out-door living areas, to reduce sky glare, keep out the rain and provide shade. a courtyard is the most pleasant out-door spaces for most of the year, because it excludes the winds and traps the sun.
bioclimatic analysis for location within a composite climate zone of india naveen kishore to develop location specific passive design strategies within a composite climate zone.
solar passive design features . composite climate: an architects aim would be to design a building in such a way that solar gains are maximized in winter and, reduce solar gains in summer, and maximize natural ventilation. once the solar passive architectural concepts are applied to design, the load on conventional systems hvac and lighting is reduced.
passive cooling of roof over composite climate in india. heat gain in buildings is a major problem in most climatic zones in india, especially in the study area of nagpur in maharashtra. it is particularly acute in the top storeys of buildings directly beneath the roof, where internal temperatures generally exceed the ambient temperature.
in temperate climates there must be a combination of strategies in order to achieve both results in summer and winter. it is important to benefit from the solar heat in winter through the proper orientation but also to provide shading in summer to avoid intense solar radiation.
the aim of this paper is to examine the energy consumption of and determine energy-efficient design strategies for mid-rise and high-rise office buildings in composite climate. for this purpose, a comparative study is performed of six energy-efficient office buildings in composite climate in india.
the passive design strategies for composite climate and also presents the various methods of passive cooling techniques. the key of design take an advantage of local climate microclimate for human comfort. the actual comfort conditions achieved will be contextual and depend on the building topology and building design specifications. references