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The energy efficiency performance requirements of the Australian National Construction Code have been regularly enhanced since 2003 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Since 2010 research has increasingly raised a concern about high air moisture content, moisture accumulation and mould growth....
The New Zealand Ministry of Education (MoE) is an organization looking to use measured environmental data to manage its portfolio of buildings and have deployed a one-point sensor to measure the environmental conditions of 90 selected schools. Using the MoE portfolio as a case study, physical...
In mild climatic conditions, residential houses are often ventilated by windows on a single exterior wall. The resulting airflow in single-sided naturally ventilated spaces is complex due to the involvement of buoyancy and wind driven forces that can reinforce, or restrict, the buoyancy-driven...
Urban overheating has become a growing concern in the Northern Territory of Australia, where residents are suffering from excessive heat and frequent heatwaves. The characteristics of the local climate of Alice Springs and the impact of mitigation strategies are investigated in this study....
The implementation of two pre-occupancy evaluation tools (P-OET) demonstrating the feasibility of using mixed reality are documented. The focus is on the early design stages, where relative merits of distinct options are being considered. For proof-of-concept, a simple architectural design...
Regarding laypeople’s active participation with artefacts in the early stage of urban design, there is a certain difference between conventional urban design process and participatory urban design process. The design artefacts used in the conventional urban design process do not allow laypeople...
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