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Topics covered in Vol 1 include site layout, building form, internal planning, the design of windows and opaque elements, ventilation, heating systems and controls, and conservatories.
Vol 2 gives detailed information on examples of buildings to which these principles have been applied.5/5(1).
This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment.
Topics covered in Volume 1 include site layout, building form, internal planning, the design of windows and opaque elements, ventilation, heating systems and controls, and conservatories.
The first of two volumes reviewing and analysing the principles and application of passive solar design as it has evolved throughout the s. Vol. 1 supplies a detailed exposition of the theory and. This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment.
Topics covered in Vol 1 include site layout, building form, internal planning, the design of windows and opaque elements, ventilation, heating systems and controls, and conservatories. Solar Energy and Housing Design: Vol 1: Principles Solar energy and housing design, Vol Principles, objectives, design guidelines.
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