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Resilient cooling of buildings to protect against heatwaves and power outages
Attia, Shady
2023In Fernando Pacheco-Torgal; Claes Goran-Granqvist (Eds.) Adapting the Built Environment for Climate Change
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Keywords :
Overheating; Resilience; Resistance; Robustness; Recovery; Thermal comfort; Climate change; Cooling technologies
Abstract :
[en] Adapting the Built Environment for Climate Change: Design Principles for Climate Emergencies analyzes several scenarios and proposes various adaptation strategies for climate emergencies (heat waves, wildfires, floods, and storms). Divided into three themes, the book offers an organized vision of a complex and multi-factor challenge. It covers climatic resilience and building refurbishment, implications for service life prediction and maintainability, and climate adaptation in the maintenance and management of buildings. Sections cover infrastructure materials, climate emergency adaptation and building adaptation to heat waves, wildfires, floods and storms. The book will be an essential reference resource for civil and structural engineers, architects, planners, designers and other professionals who have an interest in the adaptation of the built environment against climate change.
Research center :
Sustainable Building Design Lab
Disciplines :
Architecture
Author, co-author :
Attia, Shady  ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département ArGEnCo > Techniques de construction des bâtiments
Language :
English
Title :
Resilient cooling of buildings to protect against heatwaves and power outages
Publication date :
01 February 2023
Main work title :
Adapting the Built Environment for Climate Change
Author, co-author :
Claes Goran-Granqvist
Editor :
Fernando Pacheco-Torgal
Publisher :
Elsevier, Cambridge, United States
ISBN/EAN :
978-0-323-95336-8
Pages :
430
Peer reviewed :
Editorial reviewed
Development Goals :
11. Sustainable cities and communities
13. Climate action
3. Good health and well-being
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