Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/3269
Title: Bioclimatic Interventions for Reducing Cooling Energy Demand in Hot and Humid Climates
Authors: Dönmez, Burak
Elias, Özkan Sofia Tahira
Rahbarianyazd, Rokhsaneh
Nia, Hourakhsh A.
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Keywords: Bioclimatic Interventions
Passive Cooling in Hot and Humid Climate
Energy Simulation
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: Municipality of Alanya
Source: DÖNMEZ, B. (2019). BIOCLIMATIC INTERVENTIONS FOR REDUCING COOLING ENERGY DEMAND IN HOT AND HUMID CLIMATES (Doctoral dissertation, MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY).
Abstract: While development of industry and science has been tremendous, population has also increased dramatically in the last centuries. As a consequence, unchecked consumption of energy mainly based on fossil fuels is the main culprit for triggering climate change worldwide. Meanwhile, an impressive amount of energy is being used for just cooling or heating the existing building stock. The need for energy can be reduced by adopting traditional bioclimatic measures that can be tested for their appropriateness through building performance simulations. To this end, collection and evaluation of empirical data through parametric design simulations can enable predictions about the adaptability and appropriateness of different bioclimatic interventions/features in different buildings in different climates. For instance, predictions about the impact of all or a combination of some interventions on energy performance of buildings may be helpful for optimizing the retrofit design. This approach may also help to provide a design process where the parametric variations in the building design are made according to the building performance simulation outputs. The aim of this research is to determine, test, select and implement the most effective passive cooling strategies in retrofitting a local government building located in the hot and humid climate of Alanya, in Turkey
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/3269
https://drive.google.com/file/d/11T4Y9-dvNw_OsDkJlOavhTjPtDBU3EPY/view
ISBN: 9786056824340
Appears in Collections:Mimarlık Bölümü / Department of Architecture

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