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] EN 15251 , Indoor environmental input parameters for design and assessment of energy performance of buildings-addressing indoor air quality, thermal environment, lighting and acoustics, CEN, Brussels, 2007 .

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Mohammad Reza Ganjali Bonjar, Kristóf Roland Horváth, Bálint Baranyai, and István Kistelegdi

summer overheating and glare effect in today's Information Technology (IT) governed office indoor environment. The present problem is an investigation domain of several simulation supported studies, aiming to improve comfort and energy performance with

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Boeck L. , Verbeke S. , Audenaert A. , De Mesmaeker L. Improving the energy performance of residential buildings: A literature review , Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews , Vol. 52 , 2015 , pp. 960 − 975

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‘Marcali’ industrial and office facility 3 Comfort and energy performance results A comparative analysis was carried out between the existing and the new establishment. The thermal building models were created by the help of IDA ICE 4.8 software

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References B eerepoot , M. & B eerepoot , N. ( 2007 ): Government regulation as an impetus for innovation: Evidence from energy performance regulation in the Dutch

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. 107 , 2015 , pp. 264 – 278 . [8] Turner C. , Frankel M. Energy performance of LEED ® for new construction buildings , New Build

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Monika Čuláková, Ingrid Šenitková, and Alena Paulíková

Katunská J. Energy performance of wood buildings (in Slovak), Proc. of Budova a Energia 9 , Košice, Slovakia, 2–4 December 2009, pp. 49–52. Fay R., Treloar G., Iyer-Raniga U. Life-cycle energy analysis of buildings, a

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] Ham Y. , Golparvar-Fard M. ( 2015 ), Mapping actual thermal properties to building elements in gbXML-based BIM for reliable building energy performance modeling . Automation in Construction , 49 , 214 – 224

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as in real implementation building design optimization projects. This interesting coincidence underlines the building envelope’s crucial and decisive role in office building comfort and energy performance. Fig. 1 displays the new building block of

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Mohammad Reza Ganjali Bonjar, Bálint Baranyai, Kristóf Roland Horváth, and István Kistelegdi

5 × 90 min weekdays_75% Auditorium Final plan Real use 14 376 W 5 × 90 min, weekdays_75% The final energy performance was measured by a BMS, monitoring district heat and electricity consumption, as well as HVAC system operation set-points, states and

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