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Alive2Green, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South African Institute of Architects

01 January 2018

English

uKESA Librarian

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Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

South Africa

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Bioclimatic analysis

Building performance

Building performance analysis

Built environment

Climate Change/Resilience

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Construction

Energy

Energy

Geothermal energy

Geothermal heating and cooling

Heat exchanger analysis

Human settlements

IBT

Indigenous knowledge systems

Indigenous peoples

Infrastructure

Innovative building technologies

Innovative building technology

Interior architecture

Net zero

Passive design

Performance assessment

Post occupancy evaluation

Rail

Resilience

Roads

STEM

Sanitation

Science

Shading

Social facilities

Solar chimneys

Solar energy

Solar research

South Africa

Sustainability

Technology

Technology and innovation

Waste water

Water

Water and sanitation

The Green Building Handbook

South African Volume 12 - The essential guide

This Green Building Handbook is part of the Sustainability Series of Handbooks. It was developed to provide built environment practitioners with (amongst other benefits) the best practical sector related learning material possible, design strategies and solutions, and advice and guidance on technologies and their applications and specifications. This twelfth volume presents some of the observations made during the development, implementation and assessment of numerous passive design and innovative building technologies for the construction of the Cofimvaba science centre in the Eastern Cape.

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