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Journal of Buildings and Sustainability - 2018 - Volume 1, Issue 1

BIM-Based multi-objective optimization process for energy and comfort simulation: existing tools analysis and workflow proposal on a case study

2018, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 11-27

C. Zanchetta, C. Cecchini, and C. Bellotto, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Padova, Italy

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Zanchetta, C., Cecchini, C., and Bellotto, C., 2018. BIM-Based multi-objective optimization process for energy and comfort simulation: existing tools analysis and workflow proposal on a case study. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability,1(1), pp 11-27.

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Zanchetta, C., Cecchini, C., and Bellotto, C. (2018). BIM-Based multi-objective optimization process for energy and comfort simulation: existing tools analysis and workflow proposal on a case study. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability,1(1), 11-27.

11102 Cechini (11- 27)

Energy Demand Reduction Applying Different Window sizes for an office building in semi-arid climate

2018, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 1-10

Mounira Badeche and Yasmina Bouchahm, University 3 Constantine, Algeria



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Badeche, M., and Bouchahm, Y., 2018. Energy Demand Reduction Applying Different Window sizes for an office building in semi-arid climate. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability, 1(1), pp 1-10.

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Badeche, M., and Bouchahm, Y. (2018). Energy Demand Reduction Applying Different Window sizes for an office building in semi-arid climate. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability, 1(1), 1-10.

11101 Badeche (1-10)

The Relationship Between Surface Temperatures and Building Electricity Use: A Potential New Weather Application

2018, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 28-38

Menglin S. Jin, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, University of Maryland, United States

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Jin, M., 2018. The Relationship Between Surface Temperatures and Building Electricity Use: A Potential New Weather Application. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability,1(1), pp 28-38.

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Jin, M. (2018). The Relationship Between Surface Temperatures and Building Electricity Use: A Potential New Weather Application. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability,1(1), 28-38.

11103 Jin (28-38)

Projection of Temperature and Precipitation Related Climatic Design Data Using CMIP5 Multi-Model Ensemble

2018, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 39-54

Ziwang Deng, Jinliang Liu, Xin Qiu,Xiaolan Zhou, Hamed Babazadeh, Huaiping Zhu, York University and NOVUS, Canada



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Deng Z., Liu, J., Qiu, X., Zhou, X., Babazadeh, H., Zhu, H., 2018. Projection of Temperature and Precipitation Related Climatic Design Data Using CMIP5 Multi-Model Ensemble. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability, 1(1), pp 39-54.

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Deng Z., Liu, J., Qiu, X., Zhou, X., Babazadeh, H., Zhu, H. (2018). Projection of Temperature and Precipitation Related Climatic Design Data Using CMIP5 Multi-Model Ensemble. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability, 1(1), 39-54.

11104 Deng/Zhu (39-54)

Impact of Climatic Zones of Bangladesh on Office Building Energy Performance

2018, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 55-63

Mizanoor Rahman, Department of Building Engineering and Construction Management, Khulna University, Bangladesh



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Rahman, M., 2018. Impact of Climatic Zones of Bangladesh on Office Building Energy Performance. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability, 1(1), pp 55-63.

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Rahman, M. (2018). Impact of Climatic Zones of Bangladesh on Office Building Energy Performance. Journal of Buildings and Sustainability, 1(1), 55-63.

11105 Rahman (55-63)