Sustainable subdivisions – ventilation monitoring

CRC Construction Innovation (2006) Sustainable subdivisions – ventilation monitoring. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.

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Abstract

Australia’s current pattern of residential development is typified by relatively low-density subdivision of land and highlights the necessity for development to be more sustainable to avoid unnecessary demand on natural resources and to prevent environmental degradation and to safeguard the environment for future generations. What role can climatically appropriate sub-division design play in decreasing the use of energy required to cool premises by maximising access to natural ventilation? How can this design be achieved?

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ID Code: 27033
Item Type: Report
Refereed: No
Keywords: CRC for Construction Innovation, Program B : Sustainable Built Assets , Project 2002-077-B : Sustainable Subdivisions - Ventilation
Divisions: Current > Research Centres > CRC Construction Innovation
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Deposited On: 25 Aug 2009 23:55
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2010 13:58

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