Thermal comfort and energy related occupancy behavior in Dutch residential dwellings 2018

Anastasios Ioannou

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ISBN: 9789463660969, geïllustreerd, 244 blz., October 2018, Engels
Formaat: 23.5 (h) x 19.0 (b) x 1.8 (d) cm. Gewicht: 524 gram.

Uitgever: TU Delft Open

serienaam/reeks: A+BE Architecture and the Built Environment


Residential buildings account for a significant amount of the national energy consumption of all OECD countries and consequently the EU and the Netherlands. Therefore, the national targets for CO2 reduction should include provisions for a more
energy efficient building stock for all EU member states.
National and European level policies the past decades have improved the quality of the building stock by setting stricter standards on the external envelope of newly made buildings, the efficiency of the mechanical and heating components, the renovation practices and by establishing an energy labelling system. Energy related occupancy behavior is a significant part, and relatively unchartered, of buildings’ energy consumption. This thesis tried to contribute to the understanding of the role of the occupant related to the energy consumption of residential buildings by means of simulations and experimental data obtained by an extensive measurement campaign.

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