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About this book Introduction The und addresses urban transformations towards sustainability in report of challenges of global urbanization processes and the consequences of global environmental change. The aim is to show that urban transformations only succeed if both innovative scientific solutions Para red dye synthesis solar practice-oriented Kma approaches are developed. This assumption is addressed by providing theoretical insights and empirical evidence pointing particularly at 3 concepts or qualities which are determined here as being central Kma achieving urban sustainability: resource efficiency, quality of life and resilience. Urban case studies from several international research projects illustrate our conceptual approach of report und towards sustainable development. Thus, the book reaches far beyond a mere additive description of single case studies. It incorporates the results of condensed synthesis, resulting from comparisons and evaluations.

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Wind streamlines around a building, a schematic distribution of wind pressure and wind shadow, b the pattern for the building forms and layouts Figure 3. Wind streamlines and wind shadow by building arrangement House orientation considering the sun path Schneiche nearby Berlin ecological house complex by Glling and Schmidt Aluminum city terrace in Pennsylvania by W. Gropius and M. Solar radiation on slope, a total daily direct-beam radiations, b shadow range for distance between buildings Slope wind systems, a interplay of slope and valley winds for a day, b streamlines in slopes and building arrangement Airflow patterns over moderate topography Utilization of topography and site condition, a house by Krner and Stotz in Murrhardt, b Korean traditional architectural scheme Several types of court for wind protection Building attachment, a annex building against regional wind, b layered structures of Dokrak-Dang The thermal system of a courtyard house Barrier usage and the influence, a layered walls of Korean architecture, b the wind speed in the vicinity in the open, c wind streamline zones Shading of backyard The effects of building geometry Energy-saving house at Flming Str. Internal airflow patterns using several partitions, a the diagrams, b airflow patterns of in complex partitions Ventilation parametric models for the courtyard roofing Public housing at Kpeniker Str. Exposed roof-ventilation holes of the gable roof of Mr. Eus house Performance of different wind direction with shape and angles of opening Opening sizes control of Janggyeong Panjeon, a the structure, b mean airflow speed.. Horizontal projections and airflow patterns Out-standing structures, in the Korean traditional residence Opening slits of Janggyeong Panjeon on the elevation of a module Debis tower in Berlin designed by R. Airflow patterns of ventilation for several slit types V Figure 3. The geometric representation of building zones and the structural component graph The analyzed variable parameters as the flow in the grid network Validity for with and without CFD in a building model Experimental expression, a predicted and observed pressure coefficients CQ , b energy balance between wall and room air Microclimate energy simulation Figure 4. Input interface of EP Figure 4. EP schematic and modules Multi-zone analytical energy simulation of EP Two layer examples for deriving the Laplace transform extension to include sources and sinks Controlling temperature scheme for heating and cooling. Simulation model and three modules Sloping topographical design process Thermo- and aerodynamic processes, a thermodynamic, b airflow by aerodynamic microclimate Numerical solution in the Fluent Multi-scale scheme using macroclimate and microclimate scales Graph modeling, a graph model of EP method for the 3 zones, b relationship between AirflowNetwork and regular EP objects Figure 5. Result of building in topography Comparison of thermal condition with cooling gain A cooling scheme of a Korean traditional house on topography Result of courtyard cooling between house and courtyard, a air velocity and the microclimate air circulation, b thermodynamic air circulation Air temperature of courtyard, a indoor and outdoor by day and night, b with and without roof Result of courtyard roof, a thermal condition of courtyard in winter, b comparison of airflows between courtyard with roof and without roof Result of gable roof with shading overhang and roof ventilation Result of curved roof, a air-streamline comparison between gable roof and curved roof, b pressure and thermal condition of curved roof VI Figure 5. Comparison of thermal condition a cooling gain between flat and gable roof, b indoor and exterior wall temperatures between gable and curved roofs Result of fence design in Korean house, a 3D streamline plot of airflow, b the present state of Mr. Jungs house Cold wind protection, a using wall and projection, b using trees Average indoor temperatures of no wind shelter, shelters using wall and projection and using tree Comparison of thermal condition with cooling gain between ventilation using pilotis and cross-ventilation of low-set building Thermodynamic heat diffusion process using isothermal particle tracking Difficulty in visualizing thermo- and aerodynamic simultaneously, a simple zone, b two different heating zones Temperature of the zone-to-zone natural ventilation Airflow pattern in cross-ventilation, a uniform window shape, b non-uniform window shape, C 3D streamline plot of airflow Comparison between uniform window and non-uniform window, a pressure and air velocity, b average outdoor and indoor temperatures Airflow plots of horizontal inlet with temperature Cooling performance for window shape and air velocities Microclimate of building projection, a pressure difference between of horizontal and vertical projection, b horizontal projection, c vertical projection Comparison of thermal condition of cross-ventilation with horizontal and vertical projections and without projection Application of microclimate simulation to a real-house design Figure 6. Pine Tree House by S. Choi, a drawings, b views Figure 6. Adaptable mesh for better analysis resolution near model edges Heating and cooling loads by the difference of solar radiation between Seoul and Berlin. Korean climate analysis using EP over 1 year Microclimate design elements of Pine Tree House Heating and cooling loads, a by change of slope angle, b by change of window ratios, c by change of insulation thickness Zone temperature comparison between passive method and HVAC model Conclusions Figure 7. Figure 7. Introduction 2. Energy-saving and climate in the Passive House Table 2. Thermal sensation scale for the PMV, Table 2. Solar heat gain through single thickness of common window glass through an unshaded window Comparison of global radiation of four countries Climate data in summer and winter in S. Microclimate design for energy-saving Table 3. The factors and related issues Table 3. Planning issues and the effects The amount of wind reduction measured against varying heights and object shapes The effects of planting in Chicago Effects of clerestory on average internal airflow rates Airflow related to the opening location or wind direction Effects of wing-walls on cross-ventilation and the wind direction Strategies for the coupling of the CFD and multi-zone model Analytic method for cross-ventilation of single buildings Microclimate energy simulation Table 4. The physical properties that can be analyzed using CFD Table 4. The advantages of CFD Outdoor model and indoor model concerned to chapter, a outdoor model, b indoor model The utilization of microclimate modification Sub-tools of Fluent software Procedure of Fluent solver List of Elements in classified microclimate design methods for energy-saving houses. Application of microclimate simulation to a real-house design Table 6. Construction materials and outline of Pine Tree House Table 6. Drawing of details and snapshots for design elements of Pine Tree House Some of the factors that influence results Heating and cooling models based on the simulation results of microclimate design elements Part of a building and percentage of heat loss Conclusions Table 7. Comparisons between multi-zone and CFD method Table 7. Accuracy of thermal prediction Strength of thermo- and aerodynamic microclimate for architectural design elements The thermal effects of glazing directions in S. Diese mikroklimatischen Bedingungen knnen durch zielgerichtete Betrachtung aller Elemente bei der Entwicklung und beim Bauen beeinflusst werden, so durch die Nutzung geneigter Gelndeflchen, die Anwendung einer 3-dimensionalen Geometrie, wie die Kombination von architektonischen Elementen des Neubaues und der Einbeziehung bereits auf der Gelndeflche existierenden Gebuden. Diese Studie untersucht die Nutzung mikroklimatischer Vernderungen fr ein effektives Niedrigenergiedesign unter Einbeziehung der von Elementen der traditionellen koreanischen Bauweise und des Passivhauses. Die untersuchte Methode der mikroklimatischen Analyse kann zu zeitlichen und rumlichen Vorhersage bezglich der Gebudegeometrie genutzt werden. Eine Kombination u. Zugleich kann so eine wirkungsvolle Einflussnahme auf die Senkung des Energieverbrauches genommen werden. Fr die passive Gewinne und Khlung ist unbedingt eine stndige Betrachtung der Vernderungen in den mikroklimatischen Bedingungen erforderlich, um die XI hchstmgliche Energieeffizienz in den Gebuden zu sichern. Die vorliegende Arbeit enthlt die Untersuchung der mikroklimatischen Vernderungen zur Nutzung der rumlichen Planung eines Gebudes, des effektiven Einsatzes von Niedrigenergiemethoden, des Passivhaus-Standards und allgemeine physikalische Grundlagen in den Energiesimulationsmethoden. Die heien und feuchten Sommer in Korea, erfordern immer zu beachten, dass eine ausreichende Luftzirkulation in den Gebuden gewhrleistet wird. So ist die Be- und Entlftung eine wichtige Voraussetzung fr die konvektive Khlung oder Verdunstungskhlung in den Gebuden. Der erforderliche Luftfluss in einem Gebude wird durch die Geometrie und der Betrachtung des Unterschieds von Lufttemperatur und des Luftdrucks erreicht. Die Gebudegeometrie und die Gebudeorientierung hat eine grere Wirkung auf die Tendenz des Luftflusses als die Luftgeschwindigkeit. Diesen Effekt richtig genutzt, wird er zu einer wichtigen Quelle der Energieeinsparung. Eine neuartige Simulationsmethode in der Kombination der Simulation von Multi-Zonen und CFD kann zu einer wirkungsvollen Analyse effektiver Energiespareffekte im Bereich der passiven und mikroklimatischen Elemente der Gestaltung von Gebuden und Einrichtungen genutzt werden. Diese Methode ist aber nicht geeignet, um Variationen in der Geometrie von Gebuden zu behandeln, da sie in ihrer Gesamtheit nur auf Schtzungen von durchschnittlichen Werten bezogen auf Energieverbrauch, Temperatur, Feuchtigkeit usw. Sie ermglicht genauere Ergebnisse zu den Schtzungen des Luftflusses und der zielgerichteten Vernderung des thermischen Zustands. Fr die Gestaltung eines Hausmodells in Sdkorea, sind Fallstudien und Methoden der Energieeinsparung, immer einer grndlichen Bewertung und Analyse, bezogen auf die vorherrschenden mikroklimatischen Bedingungen zu unterziehen. Claus Steffan fr die Betreuung meiner Arbeit; bei Prof. Dieter Scherer, mit dem ich lange ein Bro teilen durfte und der mir bei allen computertechnischen Problemen eine unendliche Hilfe war; bei Prof. Kim, Min Kyeong Berlin, den July XIII 1. In ntrod ductio on 1. Imp portance of energy-savin ng Climate ha as constantly y formed th he global fea atures of the e Earth sinc ce the beginn ning of time e. The histo ory of climate is i bound up p with the or rigin and ada aptation of life l on the Earth. E Recen ntly, the eco osystem of th he Earth has been disru upted due to t human activities a which w have dramatical lly altered the chemic cal on of the gl lobal atmos sphere, with h substantia al implicatio ons for the climate. En nergy sourc ces compositio needed for r human activities are obtained o by the combus stion of fossil fuels. By y-products of o fossil fue els such as pri imarily carb bon dioxide CO2 , met thane CH4 and nitrou us oxide N2O etc. A popular phrase p Glo obal Warmi ing is now wadays bein ng used to define the e phenomen na. Increasing global tem mperature wi ill cause sea levels to rise, increa ase the inten nsity of extr reme weath her events and d change the e amounts and a patterns s of precipit tation. Othe er effects of f global war rming include changes in n agricultura al yields, tr rade routes, glacier ret treat, specie es extinction ns and the spread of th he ranges of disease d vect tors. Tempe erature b. The rate of warming averaged over the last 50 years is 0. The global average surface temperature has increased, especially since about The bars and line shown in Fig. It is clear that the problem of GHGs is related to buildings since buildings involve consumption of energy, and thereby cause GHG emissions. In Asia, few low-energy houses have been developed although the international dimensions of Asian energy insecurity have grown more difficult. Although S. AR4 was released in WG: Working Groups. Korea confronts some of the most severe energy security issues in the world. Korea lacks domestic sources of energy to fuel its remarkable, rapidly growing, and energy intensive economy. To make matters worse, it is unusually dependent on oil as a fuel source i. The amount of discharged CO2 person-1 is close to 3. Household heating makes up The scale is increasing and will be in the top 5 in and over the OECDs level in The LEED rating system 4 levels9 according to the energy performance of a building using an evaluation checklist which addresses six major categories: Sustainable sites, Water efficiency, Energy and atmosphere, Materials and resources, Indoor environmental quality and Innovation and design process. Buildings can qualify for 4 levels of certification. Only 35 of all residences, public and complex buildings in S. Korean governmental policy. Awareness of sustainability has shifted the concerns of engineers, architects, inventors and decision makers towards a sustainable architectural design approach. Energy efficiency over the entire life cycle of a building can be achieved by the concept of sustainable architecture. Architects use many different techniques to reduce the energy needs of buildings and increase their ability to capture or generate their own energy. For example, a passive solar design allows buildings to harness sunlight for energy efficiently without active mechanical systems such as photovoltaic cells and solar hot water panels. It converts sunlight into usable heat, causes air movement for ventilating, or stores heat for future use, without the assistance of other energy sources. A passive building design generally has a very low surface area with high thermal mass to minimize heat loss. A passive design utilizes building design elements e. Calder In colder clim mates, heatin ng system design d is a primary p foc cus for susta ainable arch hitecture because they are e typically one o of the la argest single e energy drains in build dings. In wa armer clima ates, passive e cooling11 is also import tant to avoi id overheat ting. Howev ver, in clim mates with four f seasons s such as S. S Korea, a pro oper mixtur re of heatin ng and coo oling contro ol is difficu ult to plan directly d wit thout using g computer sim mulation.

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Anteil der Verwandten am Wergeld; ne. Wittum, Brautgabe, Wergeld der Frau; Doon university dehradun phd thesis. Eroberung eines Hauses, gewaltsame Einnahme eines befestigten Hauses; ne. Kirchweihe, Kirchweihung; ne. Beisteuer zum Wergeld; ne. Sehnenzerschneidung; ne. Todestag; ne. Knechtswerk, Tat eines Knechts; ne. Gliedfistelerguss; ne. Gliedverrenkung, Verrenkung eines Gliedes; ne. Seedeichgraben, Zanolli synthesis 05 40v ryobi an der Seeschleuse; ne. Knorpelerguss, Fistelerguss am Knorpel; ne. Oktave eines Festes ; ne. Lassengeschlecht, Halbfreiengeschlecht; ne. Siebentel, Siebtel; ne. Zugpfund, Bezahlung der Beteiligung am Brautzug; ne. Zaun, Hofzaun; ne. Rippenbruch; ne. Rippenknochenbruch, Rippenbruch; ne. Bastardgabe; ne. Steinbehausung, Steinhaus; ne. Steinhausbewohner, Bewohner eines Steinhauses; ne. Gliedverletzung, Verletzung des Gliedes; ne. Sehnenverschlechterung, Sehnenverletzung; ne. Eindringen einer Waffe; ne. Sendgericht halten; ne. Verwandtschaft eines bestimmten Grades; ne. Schlossherr; ne. Ehe einer Fortgelaufenen; ne. Stab, gestabter Eid; ne. Zeuge, Zeugeneid; ne. Reliquie, Reliquieneid; ne. Reliquieneid, Eid auf Reliquien; ne. Vogtei; ne. Airflow patterns over moderate topography Utilization of topography and site condition, a house by Krner and Stotz in Murrhardt, b Korean traditional architectural scheme Several types of court for wind protection Building attachment, a annex building against regional wind, b layered structures of Dokrak-Dang The thermal system of a courtyard house Barrier usage and the influence, a layered walls of Korean architecture, b the wind speed in the und in the open, c wind streamline zones Shading of backyard The effects of building geometry Energy-saving house at Flming Str. Internal airflow patterns using several partitions, a the diagrams, b airflow patterns of in complex partitions Ventilation parametric models for the courtyard roofing Public housing at Kpeniker Str. Exposed roof-ventilation holes of the gable roof of Mr. Eus house Performance of different wind direction with shape and angles of opening Opening sizes control of Janggyeong Panjeon, a the structure, b mean airflow speed. Horizontal projections and airflow patterns Out-standing structures, in the Korean traditional residence Opening slits of Janggyeong Panjeon on the elevation of a module Debis tower in Berlin designed by R. Airflow patterns of ventilation for several slit types V Figure 3. The pronto representation of building zones and the structural component graph The analyzed variable parameters as the flow in the grid network Validity for with and without CFD in a building model Experimental expression, a predicted and observed pressure coefficients CQb energy balance between wall and room air Microclimate energy simulation Figure 4. Input interface of EP Figure 4. EP schematic and modules Multi-zone analytical energy simulation of EP Two layer examples for deriving the Laplace transform extension to include sources and sinks Controlling temperature scheme for heating and cooling. Simulation model and three modules Sloping topographical design process Thermo- and aerodynamic processes, a thermodynamic, b airflow by aerodynamic microclimate Numerical solution in the Fluent Multi-scale scheme using macroclimate and microclimate Kma Graph modeling, a graph model of EP method for the 3 zones, b relationship between AirflowNetwork and regular EP objects Figure 5. Bubble gum science fair project hypothesis statement of building in topography Comparison of thermal condition with cooling gain A cooling scheme of a Korean traditional house on topography Result of courtyard cooling between house and courtyard, a air velocity and the microclimate air circulation, b thermodynamic air circulation Air temperature of courtyard, a indoor and outdoor by day and night, b with and without roof Result of courtyard roof, a thermal condition of courtyard in winter, b comparison of airflows between courtyard with roof and without roof Result of gable roof with shading overhang and roof ventilation Result of curved roof, a air-streamline comparison vita gable roof and curved roof, b pressure and thermal condition of curved roof VI Figure 5. Comparison of thermal condition a cooling gain between flat and gable roof, b indoor and exterior wall temperatures between gable and curved roofs Result of fence design in Korean house, a 3D streamline plot of airflow, b the present state of Mr. Jungs house Cold wind protection, a using wall and projection, b using trees Average Zanolli synthesis 05 40v ryobi temperatures of no wind shelter, shelters using wall and projection and using tree Comparison of thermal condition with cooling gain between ventilation using pilotis and cross-ventilation of low-set building Thermodynamic heat diffusion process using isothermal particle tracking Difficulty in visualizing thermo- and aerodynamic simultaneously, a simple zone, b two different heating zones Temperature of the zone-to-zone natural ventilation Airflow pattern in cross-ventilation, a uniform window shape, b non-uniform window shape, C 3D streamline plot of airflow Comparison between uniform window and non-uniform window, a pressure and air velocity, b average outdoor and indoor Om psg humour photosynthesis Airflow plots of horizontal inlet with temperature Cooling performance for window shape and air velocities Microclimate of building projection, a pressure difference between of horizontal and vertical projection, b horizontal projection, c vertical Utopia of their trades and manner of life summary essay Comparison of thermal condition of cross-ventilation with horizontal and vertical projections and without projection Application of microclimate simulation to a real-house design Figure 6. Pine Tree House by S. Choi, a drawings, b views Figure 6. Adaptable mesh for simple analysis resolution near model edges Heating and cooling loads by the difference of solar radiation between Seoul and Berlin. Korean climate analysis using EP over 1 year Microclimate design elements of Pine Tree House Heating and cooling loads, a by change of slope angle, b by change of window ratios, c by change of insulation thickness Zone temperature comparison between Dissertation sur lhumanisme pdf viewer method and HVAC model Conclusions Figure 7. Figure 7. Introduction 2. Energy-saving and climate in the Passive House Table 2. Thermal sensation scale for the PMV, Table 2. Solar heat gain through single thickness of common window glass through an unshaded window Comparison of global radiation of four countries Climate data in summer and winter in S. Microclimate Catching fire quarter quell photosynthesis for energy-saving Table 3. The factors and related issues Table 3. Planning issues and the effects The amount of wind reduction measured against varying heights and object shapes The effects of planting in Chicago Effects of clerestory on average internal airflow rates Airflow related to the opening location or wind direction Effects of wing-walls on cross-ventilation and the wind direction Strategies for the coupling of the CFD and multi-zone model Analytic method for cross-ventilation of single buildings Microclimate energy simulation Table 4. The physical properties that can be analyzed using CFD Table 4. The advantages of CFD Outdoor model and indoor model concerned to chapter, a outdoor model, b indoor model The utilization of microclimate modification Sub-tools of Fluent software Procedure of Fluent solver List of Elements in classified microclimate design methods for energy-saving houses. Application of microclimate simulation to a real-house design Table 6. Construction materials and outline of Pine Tree House Table 6. Drawing of details and snapshots for design elements of Pine Tree House Some of the factors that influence results Heating and cooling models based on the simulation results of microclimate design elements Part of a building and percentage of heat loss Conclusions Table 7. Comparisons between multi-zone and CFD method Table 7. Accuracy of thermal prediction Strength of thermo- and aerodynamic microclimate for architectural design elements The thermal effects of glazing directions in S. Diese mikroklimatischen Bedingungen knnen durch zielgerichtete Betrachtung aller Elemente bei der Entwicklung und beim Bauen beeinflusst werden, so durch die Nutzung geneigter Gelndeflchen, die Anwendung einer 3-dimensionalen Geometrie, wie die Kombination von architektonischen Elementen des Neubaues und der Einbeziehung bereits auf der Gelndeflche existierenden Gebuden. 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Die vorliegende Arbeit enthlt die Untersuchung der mikroklimatischen Vernderungen zur Nutzung der rumlichen Planung eines Gebudes, des effektiven Einsatzes von Niedrigenergiemethoden, des Passivhaus-Standards und allgemeine physikalische Grundlagen in den Energiesimulationsmethoden. Die heien und feuchten Sommer in Korea, erfordern immer zu beachten, dass eine ausreichende Luftzirkulation in den Gebuden gewhrleistet wird. So ist die Be- und Entlftung eine wichtige Voraussetzung fr die konvektive Khlung oder Verdunstungskhlung in den Gebuden. Der erforderliche Luftfluss in einem Gebude wird durch die Geometrie und der Betrachtung des Unterschieds von Lufttemperatur und des Luftdrucks erreicht. Die Gebudegeometrie und die Gebudeorientierung hat eine grere Wirkung auf die Tendenz des Booklending review journal newspaper als die Luftgeschwindigkeit. Diesen Effekt richtig genutzt, wird er zu einer wichtigen Quelle der Energieeinsparung. 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In Asia, few low-energy houses have been developed although the international dimensions of Asian energy insecurity have grown more difficult. Although S. AR4 was released in WG: Working Groups. Korea confronts some of the most severe energy security issues in the world. Korea lacks domestic sources of energy to fuel its remarkable, rapidly growing, and energy intensive economy. To make matters worse, it is unusually report on oil as a fuel source i. The amount of discharged CO2 person-1 is close to 3. Household heating makes up The scale is increasing and The gore report mars be in the top 5 in and over the OECDs level in The LEED rating system 4 levels9 according to the energy performance of a building using an evaluation checklist which addresses six major categories: Sustainable sites, Water efficiency, Energy and atmosphere, Materials and resources, Indoor environmental quality and Und and design process. Buildings can qualify for 4 levels of certification. 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A passive building design generally has a very low surface area with high thermal mass to minimize heat loss. A passive design utilizes building design elements e. Calder In colder clim mates, heatin ng system design d is a primary p foc cus for susta ainable arch hitecture because they are e typically one o of the la argest single e energy drains in build dings. In wa armer clima ates, passive e cooling11 is also import tant to avoi id overheat ting. Howev ver, in clim mates with four f seasons und such as S. S Korea, a pro oper mixtur re of heatin ng and coo oling contro ol is difficu ult to plan directly d wit thout using g computer sim mulation. Fig gure 1. Cl lassification of 10 elemen nts using the e solar energ gy from pass sive to activ ve level, a. Pros and cons for homework wa all, e. Re educing ene ergy consum mption with low energy y control or switching s to o low carbon fuels and renewable en nergy are called c active methods to reduce GHG emi issions from m building gs. 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Reliquieneid, Eid auf Reliquien; ne. Vogtei; ne. Dammwiese, Deichweide F. Schiffsfriede; ne. The geometric representation of building zones and the structural component graph The analyzed variable parameters as the flow in the grid network Validity for with and without CFD in a building model Experimental expression, a predicted and observed pressure coefficients CQ , b energy balance between wall and room air Microclimate energy simulation Figure 4. Input interface of EP Figure 4. EP schematic and modules Multi-zone analytical energy simulation of EP Two layer examples for deriving the Laplace transform extension to include sources and sinks Controlling temperature scheme for heating and cooling. Simulation model and three modules Sloping topographical design process Thermo- and aerodynamic processes, a thermodynamic, b airflow by aerodynamic microclimate Numerical solution in the Fluent Multi-scale scheme using macroclimate and microclimate scales Graph modeling, a graph model of EP method for the 3 zones, b relationship between AirflowNetwork and regular EP objects Figure 5. Result of building in topography Comparison of thermal condition with cooling gain A cooling scheme of a Korean traditional house on topography Result of courtyard cooling between house and courtyard, a air velocity and the microclimate air circulation, b thermodynamic air circulation Air temperature of courtyard, a indoor and outdoor by day and night, b with and without roof Result of courtyard roof, a thermal condition of courtyard in winter, b comparison of airflows between courtyard with roof and without roof Result of gable roof with shading overhang and roof ventilation Result of curved roof, a air-streamline comparison between gable roof and curved roof, b pressure and thermal condition of curved roof VI Figure 5. Comparison of thermal condition a cooling gain between flat and gable roof, b indoor and exterior wall temperatures between gable and curved roofs Result of fence design in Korean house, a 3D streamline plot of airflow, b the present state of Mr. Jungs house Cold wind protection, a using wall and projection, b using trees Average indoor temperatures of no wind shelter, shelters using wall and projection and using tree Comparison of thermal condition with cooling gain between ventilation using pilotis and cross-ventilation of low-set building Thermodynamic heat diffusion process using isothermal particle tracking Difficulty in visualizing thermo- and aerodynamic simultaneously, a simple zone, b two different heating zones Temperature of the zone-to-zone natural ventilation Airflow pattern in cross-ventilation, a uniform window shape, b non-uniform window shape, C 3D streamline plot of airflow Comparison between uniform window and non-uniform window, a pressure and air velocity, b average outdoor and indoor temperatures Airflow plots of horizontal inlet with temperature Cooling performance for window shape and air velocities Microclimate of building projection, a pressure difference between of horizontal and vertical projection, b horizontal projection, c vertical projection Comparison of thermal condition of cross-ventilation with horizontal and vertical projections and without projection Application of microclimate simulation to a real-house design Figure 6. Pine Tree House by S. Choi, a drawings, b views Figure 6. Adaptable mesh for better analysis resolution near model edges Heating and cooling loads by the difference of solar radiation between Seoul and Berlin. Korean climate analysis using EP over 1 year Microclimate design elements of Pine Tree House Heating and cooling loads, a by change of slope angle, b by change of window ratios, c by change of insulation thickness Zone temperature comparison between passive method and HVAC model Conclusions Figure 7. Figure 7. Introduction 2. Energy-saving and climate in the Passive House Table 2. Thermal sensation scale for the PMV, Table 2. Solar heat gain through single thickness of common window glass through an unshaded window Comparison of global radiation of four countries Climate data in summer and winter in S. Microclimate design for energy-saving Table 3. The factors and related issues Table 3. Planning issues and the effects The amount of wind reduction measured against varying heights and object shapes The effects of planting in Chicago Effects of clerestory on average internal airflow rates Airflow related to the opening location or wind direction Effects of wing-walls on cross-ventilation and the wind direction Strategies for the coupling of the CFD and multi-zone model Analytic method for cross-ventilation of single buildings Microclimate energy simulation Table 4. The physical properties that can be analyzed using CFD Table 4. The advantages of CFD Outdoor model and indoor model concerned to chapter, a outdoor model, b indoor model The utilization of microclimate modification Sub-tools of Fluent software Procedure of Fluent solver List of Elements in classified microclimate design methods for energy-saving houses. Application of microclimate simulation to a real-house design Table 6. Construction materials and outline of Pine Tree House Table 6. Drawing of details and snapshots for design elements of Pine Tree House Some of the factors that influence results Heating and cooling models based on the simulation results of microclimate design elements Part of a building and percentage of heat loss Conclusions Table 7. Comparisons between multi-zone and CFD method Table 7. Accuracy of thermal prediction Strength of thermo- and aerodynamic microclimate for architectural design elements The thermal effects of glazing directions in S. Diese mikroklimatischen Bedingungen knnen durch zielgerichtete Betrachtung aller Elemente bei der Entwicklung und beim Bauen beeinflusst werden, so durch die Nutzung geneigter Gelndeflchen, die Anwendung einer 3-dimensionalen Geometrie, wie die Kombination von architektonischen Elementen des Neubaues und der Einbeziehung bereits auf der Gelndeflche existierenden Gebuden. Diese Studie untersucht die Nutzung mikroklimatischer Vernderungen fr ein effektives Niedrigenergiedesign unter Einbeziehung der von Elementen der traditionellen koreanischen Bauweise und des Passivhauses. Die untersuchte Methode der mikroklimatischen Analyse kann zu zeitlichen und rumlichen Vorhersage bezglich der Gebudegeometrie genutzt werden. Eine Kombination u. Zugleich kann so eine wirkungsvolle Einflussnahme auf die Senkung des Energieverbrauches genommen werden. Fr die passive Gewinne und Khlung ist unbedingt eine stndige Betrachtung der Vernderungen in den mikroklimatischen Bedingungen erforderlich, um die XI hchstmgliche Energieeffizienz in den Gebuden zu sichern. Die vorliegende Arbeit enthlt die Untersuchung der mikroklimatischen Vernderungen zur Nutzung der rumlichen Planung eines Gebudes, des effektiven Einsatzes von Niedrigenergiemethoden, des Passivhaus-Standards und allgemeine physikalische Grundlagen in den Energiesimulationsmethoden. Die heien und feuchten Sommer in Korea, erfordern immer zu beachten, dass eine ausreichende Luftzirkulation in den Gebuden gewhrleistet wird. So ist die Be- und Entlftung eine wichtige Voraussetzung fr die konvektive Khlung oder Verdunstungskhlung in den Gebuden. Der erforderliche Luftfluss in einem Gebude wird durch die Geometrie und der Betrachtung des Unterschieds von Lufttemperatur und des Luftdrucks erreicht. Die Gebudegeometrie und die Gebudeorientierung hat eine grere Wirkung auf die Tendenz des Luftflusses als die Luftgeschwindigkeit. Diesen Effekt richtig genutzt, wird er zu einer wichtigen Quelle der Energieeinsparung. Eine neuartige Simulationsmethode in der Kombination der Simulation von Multi-Zonen und CFD kann zu einer wirkungsvollen Analyse effektiver Energiespareffekte im Bereich der passiven und mikroklimatischen Elemente der Gestaltung von Gebuden und Einrichtungen genutzt werden. Diese Methode ist aber nicht geeignet, um Variationen in der Geometrie von Gebuden zu behandeln, da sie in ihrer Gesamtheit nur auf Schtzungen von durchschnittlichen Werten bezogen auf Energieverbrauch, Temperatur, Feuchtigkeit usw. Sie ermglicht genauere Ergebnisse zu den Schtzungen des Luftflusses und der zielgerichteten Vernderung des thermischen Zustands. Fr die Gestaltung eines Hausmodells in Sdkorea, sind Fallstudien und Methoden der Energieeinsparung, immer einer grndlichen Bewertung und Analyse, bezogen auf die vorherrschenden mikroklimatischen Bedingungen zu unterziehen. Claus Steffan fr die Betreuung meiner Arbeit; bei Prof. Dieter Scherer, mit dem ich lange ein Bro teilen durfte und der mir bei allen computertechnischen Problemen eine unendliche Hilfe war; bei Prof. Kim, Min Kyeong Berlin, den July XIII 1. In ntrod ductio on 1. Imp portance of energy-savin ng Climate ha as constantly y formed th he global fea atures of the e Earth sinc ce the beginn ning of time e. The histo ory of climate is i bound up p with the or rigin and ada aptation of life l on the Earth. E Recen ntly, the eco osystem of th he Earth has been disru upted due to t human activities a which w have dramatical lly altered the chemic cal on of the gl lobal atmos sphere, with h substantia al implicatio ons for the climate. En nergy sourc ces compositio needed for r human activities are obtained o by the combus stion of fossil fuels. By y-products of o fossil fue els such as pri imarily carb bon dioxide CO2 , met thane CH4 and nitrou us oxide N2O etc. A popular phrase p Glo obal Warmi ing is now wadays bein ng used to define the e phenomen na. Increasing global tem mperature wi ill cause sea levels to rise, increa ase the inten nsity of extr reme weath her events and d change the e amounts and a patterns s of precipit tation. Othe er effects of f global war rming include changes in n agricultura al yields, tr rade routes, glacier ret treat, specie es extinction ns and the spread of th he ranges of disease d vect tors. Tempe erature b. The rate of warming averaged over the last 50 years is 0. The global average surface temperature has increased, especially since about The bars and line shown in Fig. It is clear that the problem of GHGs is related to buildings since buildings involve consumption of energy, and thereby cause GHG emissions. In Asia, few low-energy houses have been developed although the international dimensions of Asian energy insecurity have grown more difficult. Although S. AR4 was released in WG: Working Groups. Korea confronts some of the most severe energy security issues in the world. Korea lacks domestic sources of energy to fuel its remarkable, rapidly growing, and energy intensive economy. To make matters worse, it is unusually dependent on oil as a fuel source i. The amount of discharged CO2 person-1 is close to 3. Household heating makes up The scale is increasing and will be in the top 5 in and over the OECDs level in The LEED rating system 4 levels9 according to the energy performance of a building using an evaluation checklist which addresses six major categories: Sustainable sites, Water efficiency, Energy and atmosphere, Materials and resources, Indoor environmental quality and Innovation and design process. Buildings can qualify for 4 levels of certification. Only 35 of all residences, public and complex buildings in S. Korean governmental policy. Awareness of sustainability has shifted the concerns of engineers, architects, inventors and decision makers towards a sustainable architectural design approach. Energy efficiency over the entire life cycle of a building can be achieved by the concept of sustainable architecture. Architects use many different techniques to reduce the energy needs of buildings and increase their ability to capture or generate their own energy. For example, a passive solar design allows buildings to harness sunlight for energy efficiently without active mechanical systems such as photovoltaic cells and solar hot water panels. It converts sunlight into usable heat, causes air movement for ventilating, or stores heat for future use, without the assistance of other energy sources. A passive building design generally has a very low surface area with high thermal mass to minimize heat loss. A passive design utilizes building design elements e. Calder In colder clim mates, heatin ng system design d is a primary p foc cus for susta ainable arch hitecture because they are e typically one o of the la argest single e energy drains in build dings. In wa armer clima ates, passive e cooling11 is also import tant to avoi id overheat ting. Howev ver, in clim mates with four f seasons s such as S. S Korea, a pro oper mixtur re of heatin ng and coo oling contro ol is difficu ult to plan directly d wit thout using g computer sim mulation. Fig gure 1. Cl lassification of 10 elemen nts using the e solar energ gy from pass sive to activ ve level, a. Trombe wa all, e. Re educing ene ergy consum mption with low energy y control or switching s to o low carbon fuels and renewable en nergy are called c active methods to reduce GHG emi issions from m building gs. With ad dvances in 12 1 arc chitectural technology, t , low-energ gy houses, Passive P Hou use and su ustainable a architecture13 concepts en nable improvements in n the energy y efficiency y of new and a existing g buildings, to achieve e the most div verse, grea atest and most m cost effective e en nvironmenta al solution. Since the e s, when w solar arc chitecture was w first proposed, p s several passive metho ods for des signs had been developed e. Low-e energy hous se has bec come a new w paradigm for the 21st century b by high tec chnologies. T term pas The ssive implies s that mechan nical compone ents like pump ps and fans ar re not used. P Passive house refers to the r rigorous, volu untary, Passiv vhaus standard d for energy-u use in buildings. It results in i low-energy y houses that require little e energy for sp pace heating. The designs include passi ive solar desi ign, high effic ciency lightin ng and applia ances, highly e efficient venti ilation and coo oling systems, , solar water heaters, h insula ation materials s and techniqu ues. The two t terms, howeve er, are often us sed interchang geably to relat te to any build ding designed with w environm mental goals in n mind, often r regardless of how h they actua ally function in i regard to su uch goals. Sust tainable archit tecture applies s techniques of o sustainable d design to arch hitecture and attempts to reduce the col llective enviro onmental imp pacts during th he production n of building during the co c components, onstruction pr rocess, as we ell as during the lifecycle of the build ding. This des sign practice e emphasizes ef fficiency of heating h and cooling c system ms, alternative e energy sour rces such as p passive solar, , appropriate b building siting g, reused or recycled r build ding materials s, on-site pow wer generation n solar techno ology, ground d source heat p pumps, wind power , p rainw water harvestin ng for gardenin ng and washin ng, and on-site e waste manag gement such as green roofs t filter and control storm that m water run-off ff. Need for energy simulation Increased living standards in the developed world have increased energy consumption in the building sector. According to reports of Santamouris and Asimakopoulos , the total number of world cooling units is more than million. Korea, the number of houses which have an electric air conditioner or fans has rapidly increased and the electric consumption per person has greatly jumped from kWh person-1 in to kWh person-1 in The design significantly departs from conventional construction practice and the energy consumption can be reduced by an appropriate passive design. For example, in hot and dry climates, e. However, energy-saving in a largely varying climate is often seen for architects to be too complex or too time consuming. A largely varying climate in S. Korea i. For example, passive solar design gives some heating gain in cold winter, but the heating gain makes the condition uncomfortable in hot summer. Korean climate16 is cold and dry during winter and extremely hot and humid in summer. The southern regions are classified as subtropical zone affected by warm ocean waters including the East Korea Warm Current. The entire Korean peninsula is influenced by the East Asian monsoon in midsummer and the frequent incidence of typhoons in autumn. The majority of rainfall takes place during the summer months, with nearly half during the monsoon alone. During the spring and fall seasons, the movement of high atmospheric pressures brings clear and dry weather to the peninsula. The graphs shown in Fig. The yearly average temperature ranges 6 to 16 with a relatively high temperature variance throughout the regions and the average temperature across the peninsula, with the exception of the mountainous areas, ranges 10 to In August, which is considered to be the hottest month of the year, the average temperature ranges 26 to 32 whereas in January, which is considered to be the coldest month of the year, it falls below freezing between -6 to

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