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Children under 15 years spend over six hours per day in school buildings and are particularly vulnerable to the effects of poor indoor air quality (IAQ). However long-term monitoring of indoor environmental conditions is limited in Australian schools. This study evaluates IAQ in ten Australian...
The urban population in India is growing at a fast rate along with the growth in the construction of residential concrete houses. Though a majority of these residential buildings are still of naturally ventilated type due to the lower-middle-income group of the population, these buildings will...
Over the last decades, Australia has taken several measures to tackle the increasing trend of energy use in residential buildings. Recently, the Trajectory for Low Energy Buildings has been endorsed aiming to reduce energy usage in residential buildings. However, the primary focus of this...
The urban heat island (UHI) effect is one of the most critical issues for dense urban environments; building forms and facades increase this effect and building energy use intensity (EUI). This research hypothesizes that by using a design-based approach, a new generation of climate-responsive...
Open residential neighbourhood (ORN) and vertical greening system (VGS) are two emerging urban design strategies in Southern Chinese cities. This paper numerically analysed the potential in thermal comfort improvement of these strategies. The strength and limitations of the ENVI-met model is...
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