My Library

University LibraryCatalogue

     
Limit search to items available for borrowing or consultation
Record 27 of 106
Result Page: Previous Next
Can't find that book? Try BONUS+
 
Look for full text

Search Discovery

Search CARM Centre Catalogue

Search Trove

Add record to RefWorks

Cover Art
PRINTED BOOKS
Author Eicker, Ursula, author.

Title Energy efficient buildings with solar and geothermal resources / Ursula Eicker.

Published Chichester : Wiley, 2014.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM ERC  696 EICK    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 593 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.Energy consumption of buildings -- 1.1.Residential buildings -- 1.2.Office and administrative buildings -- 1.3.Air conditioning -- 1.4.Lighting electricity consumption -- 1.5.Influence of the urban form on energy consumption of buildings -- 1.6.Office buildings in an urban context -- 1.7.Residential buildings in an urban context -- 1.8.Site density effect -- 1.9.Climate effect -- 1.10.Albedo effects -- 1.11.Thermal properties of the building envelope -- 1.12.Solar gains and glazing -- 1.13.Building typology and urban form -- 1.14.Conclusions -- References -- 2.Part A: Passive solar -- 2.1.Passive solar use by glazing -- 2.2.Transparent thermal Insulation (TTI) -- 2.3.Heat storage by interior building elements -- pt. B Natural ventilation -- 2.4.Analytical methods for volume-flow calculations -- 2.5.Air flow network simulations -- 2.6.Ventilation potentials --
Contents note continued: 2.7.Thermal comfort and energy savings in office rooms with controlled natural ventilation -- 2.8.Weekly simulations with dynamic boundary conditions -- 2.9.Natural single-sided ventilation with sliding windows -- 2.10.Annual simulations -- pt. C Daylighting of buildings -- 2.11.Luminance and illuminance -- 2.12.Visual performance and quality of lighting -- 2.13.Light measurements -- 2.14.Sky luminous intensity models -- 2.15.Daylight distribution in interior spaces -- 2.16.Calculation of daylight availability in buildings -- 2.17.Standardisation and calculation methods -- 2.18.Determination of needed artificial light sources -- References -- 3.Solar and geothermal resource -- 3.1.Extra-terrestrial solar irradiance -- 3.2.Sun--Earth geometry -- 3.3.Equator coordinates -- 3.4.Horizon coordinates -- 3.5.Atmospheric transmission and spectral irradiance -- 3.6.Statistical production of hourly irradiance data records --
Contents note continued: 3.7.Global irradiance and irradiance on inclined surfaces -- 3.8.Shading -- 3.9.Temperature time series modelling -- 3.10.Geothermal resource -- References -- 4.Solar thermal heating -- 4.1.Markets and economics -- 4.2.System overview -- 4.3.Systems engineering -- 4.4.Large solar plants for heating drinking water with short-term stores -- 4.5.Solar district heating -- 4.6.Modelling of thermal collectors -- 4.7.Storage modelling -- 4.8.Solar air collectors -- 4.9.Calculation of the available thermal power of solar air collectors -- 4.10.Design of the air circuit -- References -- 5.Solar cooling -- 5.1.Introduction to the technologies -- 5.2.Technology trends -- 5.3.The absorption cooling process and its components -- 5.4.Components of absorption chillers -- 5.5.Physical principles of the absorption process -- 5.6.Energy balances and performance figures of an absorption chiller -- 5.7.Static absorption cooling model --
Contents note continued: 5.8.Parameter identification for the static absorption cooling machine model -- 5.9.Open cycle desiccant cooling -- 5.10.Physical and technological bases of sorption-supported air conditioning -- 5.11.The technology of heat recovery -- 5.12.Technology humidifier -- 5.13.Design limits and climatic boundary conditions -- 5.14.Energy balance of sorption-supported air conditioning -- 5.15.Closed cycle adsorption cooling -- 5.16.Heat rejection and auxiliary electricity consumption -- References -- 6.Geothermal heating and cooling -- 6.1.Direct geothermal energy use for cooling and preheating of buildings -- 6.2.Indirect geothermal energy use -- 6.3.Geothermal heat exchangers for chiller heat rejection -- 6.4.Modeling of geothermal heat exchangers -- 6.5.Economics of geothermal heat exchangers -- 6.6.Performance summary on geothermal heat exchangers -- References -- 7.Photovoltaics -- 7.1.Structure of grid-connected systems -- 7.2.Solar cell technologies --
Contents note continued: 7.3.Module technology -- 7.4.Building integration and costs -- 7.5.Energy production and the performance ratio of PV systems -- 7.6.Physical fundamentals of solar electricity production -- 7.7.Current-voltage characteristics -- 7.8.PV performance with shading -- 7.9.Simple temperature model for PV modules -- 7.10.Systems engineering -- References -- 8.Compression chillers and heat pumps -- 8.1.Overview of heat pump and chiller technologies -- 8.2.Energy efficiency of heat pumps and chillers -- 8.3.Heat pump and compression chiller modelling -- 8.4.Case studies for photovoltaic compression versus thermal cooling -- 8.5.Conclusions on case studies for photovoltaic and thermal cooling -- References -- 9.Thermal analysis of building-integrated solar components -- 9.1.Empirical thermal model of building-integrated photovoltaic -- 9.2.Energy balance and stationary thermal model of ventilated double facades --
Contents note continued: 9.3.Heat transfer coefficients for the interior and facade air gap -- 9.4.Building-integrated solar components (U and g values) -- 9.5.Warm-air generation by photovoltaic facades -- 9.6.Photovoltaic thermal collectors for heating and cooling generation -- References.
Subject Buildings -- Energy conservation.
Solar energy.
Geothermal engineering.
Sustainable buildings.
Solar buildings.
Geothermal space heating.
Air conditioning -- Energy conservation.
Heating -- Energy conservation.
ISBN 9781118352243 (hbk.)