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Produkte Buch EEHB 2022. The 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings

EEHB 2022. The 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings (Softcover)

4th and 5th May 2022 Benediktbeuern, Germany

EEHB 2022. The 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings
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Fraunhofer-Institut für Bauphysik IBP, Stuttgart, Fraunhofer-Informationszentrum Raum und Bau IRB, Stuttgart, Ralf Kilian, Sara Saba, Caroline Gietz
Bibliografische Angaben

3., erw. Aufl., 257 Seiten, num. illus. and tab.


Fraunhofer IRB Verlag

ISBN 9783738809671

In order to achieve the ambitious governmental and societal goals in CO2 reduction that are needed to mitigate global climate change, the contribution of all sectors including buildings and the construction industry is required. Historic and traditional buildings compose a considerable part of the worldwide building stock. In this context solutions are needed that respect the historic fabric of these buildings and yet contribute to energy efficiency improvements and CO2 reduction.
This volume collects papers given at the 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings EEHB2022 at the Fraunhofer Centre for Conservation and Energy Performance of Historic Buildings at Benediktbeuern Monastery, Germany, from May 4th to 5th 2022. Scholars presented new research and best practices on a wide range of topics relating to energy efficiency in historic buildings.
Aus dem Inhalt:
  • An integrated H-BIM approach for energy retrofit of built heritage (Thravalou Stavroula, Alexandrou Kristis, Artopoulos Georgios)
  • Reality capture technologies as a support for efficient energy diagnosis and simulation of heritage buildings: the case of the ›Alte Schäfflerei‹ in Benediktbeuern (S. Dubois, J. Desarnaud, M. de Bouw)
  • Seismic Upgrade as an Opportunity for Energy Retrofitting Historic Unreinforced Masonry Buildings in Aotearoa New Zealand (P. Besen, P. Boarin)
  • Legal and Social Challenges to a Fossil-Free Historic Built Environment: A Comparative Review of Laws and Policies from Sweden and India (H.V. Bhati, M. Geijer, T. Broström, Y. Epstein)
  • Damage-free energetic window renovation in old and listed buildings – Hygrothermal aspects of box-type windows (S. Bichlmair, M. Krus, D. Stiegler, Ch. Milch)
  • Transparent internal wall insulation (S. Bichlmair, M. Krus, R. Kilian)
  • Improving the (energy) performance of (historic) buildings and communities: towards »neighbourhood Energy Performance Certification« (nEPC) (N.S. Brito)
  • Building stock categorization for energy retrofit of historic buildings: A literature review (L. Briz)
  • Investigating stakeholders’ opinion on energy retrofit of historic buildings, grasping their needs and experiences – An overview on the use of retrofit guidelines and decisional tools (A. Buda)
  • Identification and thermal behaviour of traditional flat roofs in the Mediterranean using remote and in situ sensing technologies – an innovative approach (J. Cassar, C. Galdies, E. Muscat Azzopardi)
  • Internal insulation – a preliminary assessment tool based on probabilistic simulations (E.J. de Place Hansen, E. B. Moller, T. K. Hansen)
  • Does age matter? How building age influences energy use in the Swedish residential building stock (A. Donarelli, T. Broström)
  • »Mechanization Takes Command« – Indoor Environmental Control in 20th-Century Historic Buildings (A. Bonora, K. Fabbri, G. Favaretto, M. Pretelli)
  • Hygrothermal building simulation from a 3D point cloud – the Edo-Wiemken-Monument in Jever (L. Feldmann, S. Bichlmair, R. Kilian, M. Winkler)
  • Preserving and Improving Energy Efficiency in Modern Architecture – Efficacy of Digital Tools (G. Franco, S. Bergero, D. Desideri, B. Filograna)
  • Future energy performance and overheating risks in retrofitted historic buildings of South Tyrol (L. Hao, D. Herrera-Avellanosa, Alexandra Troi)
  • Launching an experimental label on both energy retrofitting and heritage preservation: early lessons (E. Heberle, J. Borderon, Y. Dervyn, A. Sage, H. Arnichand)
  • Retrofit plan for energy performance improvement of masonry historic buildings on campus: cultural heritage building cases (Hyun Mi Cho, Hyeonseong Yuk, Ho Hyeon Jo, Beom Yeol Yun, Sungwoong Yang, Jihee Nam, Sumin Kim)
  • Balancing energy efficiency and conservation aspects of Terragni’s Casa del Fascio in Como: thermal analysis, energy modelling and intervention proposals (S. Mauri, V. Pracchi)
  • Traditional and innovative materials and solutions to improve the energy efficiency of historic windows: a literature review (S. Mauri, V. Pracchi)
  • Historic buildings and energy efficiency in New Zealand: A theoretical study of a holistic refurbishment of a 1930s heritage building’s windows (R. Paschoalin, N. Isaacs)
  • The Carbon Value of the U.K.’s Historic Housing Stock (James Ritson)
  • Energy Efficiency Intervention in Brutalist buildings: New Challenges in preservation of 20th century built heritage (E. J. Uranga, L. Azcona, L. Etxepare, I. Lizundia, M. Sagarna)
  • Action within the Flemish climate fund to reduce CO2 emission of protected buildings in Flanders (N. Vernimme, Y. Vanhellemont, M. de Bouw)
  • Barriers to reducing carbon from heritage buildings: residents’ views from Cumbria and the English Lake District World Heritage Site (F. Wise, A. Moncaster, D. Jones)
  • Link Historic Buildings to Cloud with Internet of Things and Digital Twins (Zhongjun Ni, Yu Liu, Magnus Karlsson, Shaofang Gong)
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