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Low Energy Low Carbon Architecture
Recent Advances & Future Directions





ISBN 9781138027480
Published May 1, 2016 by CRC Press
310 Pages 85 Color & 41 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Providing a complete and in-depth overview of the available knowledge in the area of low energy and low carbon architecture. The scope of this edited book includes several important topics ranging from chapters giving a broad view of the progressing models in ecologically responsible environments to other chapters focussing on recent advances in design strategies and building technologies in low energy heating, cooling, daylighting, materials, and building sustainable systems. Two other essential topics are covered, providing a link between theory and implementation: sustainable energy policies/standards and performance modeling in low energy architecture. Finally, the book will give the readers insight into the future of low energy and low carbon architecture in the beyond-green era and discussed in the broader context of the progressing theories of regenerative design.

Table of Contents



Introduction



Ecologically responsible environments



Sustainable energy policies and standards



Low energy architecture in hot climates



Low energy architecture in cold climates



Daylighting strategies for low energy architecture



Comfort models in low energy architecture



Sustainable advanced building materials



Building energy efficient HVAC systems



Building integrated photovoltaics



Performance modeling in low energy architecture



Beyond green, the regenerative design



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Biography

Khaled A. Al-Sallal is currently a professor of architectural engineering and the director of the Daylighting Simulation Laboratory at UAE University. His area of expertise is sustainable design with emphasis on building energy. He has a Ph.D. from Texas A&M University and a Master’s degree from Arizona State University. His teaching and research has focused on building performance and simulation, carbon-neutral design, daylighting, and climatic responsive architecture.
In 2011, he established the state-of-the-art Daylighting Simulation Laboratory at UAE University that runs under his technical management. He has produced numerous publications in international refereed journals and scientific conference proceedings, and wrote several chapters in edited books by reputable scientific publishers (Taylor & Francis, Elsevier, Hogrefe & Huber). He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the EJER and served in the editorial board of four scientific journals.