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Author: Manfred HeggerCaroline FafflokJohannes HeggerIsabell PassigRaymond Peat, (Translator)All authors
Publisher: Basel : Birkhäuser, part of Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Active House is a logical development of existing building standards. It draws renewable energy from the sun and wind in order to cover energy needs as completely as possible. In this book, the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Architectural drawings
Designs and plans
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Manfred Hegger; Caroline Fafflok; Johannes Hegger; Isabell Passig; Raymond Peat, (Translator); David Koralek
ISBN: 9783038216438 3038216437
OCLC Number: 948967954
Description: 239 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 31 cm
Contents: The Aktivhaus principle --
[I.] Design : Principles : Basic needs of building and living ; The role of energy ; Consequences of energy use ; Population growth and resource conservation ; The price of energy ; Energy in the building sector ; Building energy standards in selected countries ; Energy in a broader sense : Electrical energy; Embodied energy ; Contributing to sustainable development : Efficiency; Eco-effectiveness; Sufficiency ; Aktivhaus ; Strategies : Programme; Construction measures; Building services; Energy generation ; One planning strategy: no energy standard ; Emotions --
Energy balance : Developing the building energy balance ; Principles of an energy balance : Balance scope; Balance criterion; Balance boundaries; Balance interval; Balance regulations ; An overview of building energy standards : Energy house; Passivhaus; Nearly zero-energy and zero-energy house; Efficiency house plus; Active house; MINERGIE® standard; Italy ; Beyond energy : Life cycle considerations; 2,000-watt society; Other energy balance fields; Sustainability evaluation --
Aktivhaus design : Fundamental requirements of the building project: Interior requirements; External boundary conditions ; Development of a conceptual idea ; Design strategies ; Building design ; Building envelope design ; Energy supply ; Examples of integrated design : New building; Refurbishment --
Toolkit : Building envelope : Receiving and retaining heat; Insulation; Windows and glazing; Ventilation; Solar shading; Building envelope qualities; Minimising cold bridges; Airtightness; Storage mass; Generating energy; Photovoltaics; Solar thermal technology; Geothermal technology; Heat pumps; Lighting; Natural lighting/daylight; Artificial lighting; Qualities and details ; Building services : Collecting and converting renewable energies; Solar radiation; Biomass; Water, groundwater, ground; Wind; Outside air; Wast heat; Generation of electrical energy, heat and cold; Storage and distribution; Heat; Cold; Moisture; Electricity; Heat and cold transfer; Control and regulation; Installation systems; User intervention; Load management, smart grid; Monitoring --
[II.] Projects : Presentation of the projects ; Energy-plus house Luchliweg, Münsingen (CH) ; LichtAktiv Haus, Hamburg (DE) ; Zero-energy house, Driebergen (NL) ; Energy flex house, Taastrup, Copenhagen (DK) ; Home for life, Aarhus (DK) ; Residential and office buildings, Zurich (CH) ; Kraftwerk B, Bennau (CH) ; Multifamily dwelling, Dübendorf (CH) ; Solar-werk 01, Kassel (DE) --
[III.] Positions and perspectives : Positions : Which is the more sustainable solution: the passive or the active building concept? / interview with Dr. Winfried Heusler ; Tomorrow's sustainable buildings, today: a holistic approach / interview with Michael K. Rasmussen ; Energy efficiency in the heating market / interview with Prof. Martin Viessmann --
Perspectives : Performance ; Aktiv-Stadhaus, Frankfurt (DE) ; Users and operation ; The Aktivhaus in existing contexts ; From Aktivhaus to Active City ; Sustainable building as model : Choice of materials; Construction; Site selection; Building programme ; Planning and design ; Conclusion.
Other Titles: Aktivhaus - vom Passivhaus zum Energieplushaus.
Responsibility: Manfred Hegger, Caroline Fafflok, Johannes Hegger, Isabell Passig ; translation, Raymond Peat, David Koralek.

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