Publications of Jean-Marie Hauglustaine
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See detailMulti-aspects architectural design: the conception of new building envelopes
Dupagne, Albert ULiege; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Conference (1999, October)

The building is not a unique object any more, but results from the assembly of components, among which the envelope is one of the objects assembled. The components are more and more specialised and ... [more ▼]

The building is not a unique object any more, but results from the assembly of components, among which the envelope is one of the objects assembled. The components are more and more specialised and acquire an actual independence. On the other hand, the components of the building and of the envelope have a large diversity of life cycles; moreover the life duration of the components shortens, because they rapidly become obsolescent from many points of view: technology, technique, performance, functionality, etc., so that their easy transformability, adaptability (and/or removability) becomes an important quality required to them. The conception of new building envelopes must take these aspects into account, in order to obtain a best practice design. [less ▲]

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See detailAid to the Conception of the Building Envelope, during the First Stages of the Design
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Report (1999)

In the conception of the envelope of a building, the sketch design is a crucial moment of the design. The first drawing gives a concrete expression to the first choices of the project author, in respect ... [more ▼]

In the conception of the envelope of a building, the sketch design is a crucial moment of the design. The first drawing gives a concrete expression to the first choices of the project author, in respect of a set of requirements and of general preferences, expressed by the multiple stakeholders of the project, namely: the client, the users, the administrative authorities and the design team surrouding the architect. In order to help the stakelhoders in improving the sketch design, the present study explores a multicriteria decision aiding procedure. This MultiCriteria Decision Aid (MCDA) methodology should be close to the usual design process. This paper presents the design process and the decision aiding procedures, in parallel. At this time of the study, the decision aid process is a first attempt to cope with the architectural design challenge. [less ▲]

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See detailAn Open Problem of MCDA: Aid to the Conception of the Building Envelope
Colson, Gérard ULiege; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Conference (1999, March)

In the conception of the envelope of a building, the sketch design is a crucial moment of the design. The first drawing gives a concrete expression to the first choices of the project author, in respect ... [more ▼]

In the conception of the envelope of a building, the sketch design is a crucial moment of the design. The first drawing gives a concrete expression to the first choices of the project author, in respect of a set of requirements and of general preferences, expressed by the multiple stakeholders of the project, namely: the building owner, the users, the administrative authorities and the design team surrounding the architect. In order to help the stakeholders in improving this stage of the sketch design, the present study explores a multicriteria decision aiding procedure. This MultiCriteria Decision Aid (MCDA) methodology should be close to the usual design process. This paper presents the design aid procedures, in parallel. At this time of the study, the decision aid process is a first attempt to cope with this architectural design challenge. The floor is expected to react to the suggested presentation of this MCDA open problem. [less ▲]

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See detailL'isolation thermique de la toiture inclinée - Guide pratique pour les architectes
Simon, Francy; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Book (1999)

In 1996, for primarily environmental motivations, the Walloon Government reinforced the requirements as regards thermo isolation of the buildings of the sectors residential and tertiary. For the new ... [more ▼]

In 1996, for primarily environmental motivations, the Walloon Government reinforced the requirements as regards thermo isolation of the buildings of the sectors residential and tertiary. For the new housing, the level of total thermo isolation necessary K55 replaced the K70 level, while a K65 level was fixed for the lately built offices and the schools. In alternative, the energy needs Be 450 replaced the needs Be 500 required previously for the new housings. The intervention of the originators is essential because it returns to them to integrate the performances to be reached, as of the initial stages of the process of design. These performances should not however slow down their creativity; on the contrary, it is a question of building buildings combining beauty, comfort, durability and economy. Conscious of the importance of information to be brought to the professionals on the one hand and to the public on the other hand, the Walloon region has set up, for a few years, a multiform device of information and formation, relaying the research undertaken by the Scientific and Technical Center of Construction and the Universities. A first handy guide intended for the architects explored the methodology of design of the thermo isolation of the hollow wall. Its authors, Francy Simon, Professor at the Catholic of Leuwen, and Jean-Marie Hauglustaine, ir University. of research - doctorand at the University of Liege, continue this approach for the thermo isolation of the inclined roof, proposing a coherent step, draft with the project. In this guide, the architect will find a step conceptual integrated allowing him to direct and adapt his choices, by the recourse in particular to tables presenting the current systems of inclined roofs, their performances, as well as a predimensioning thicknesses of insulator and type of complementary vapor barrier possibly necessary. Another guide intended for roofers and for carpenters is currently diffused by Funds of Professional training of Construction, while the private individuals can find booklets and councils which go in the same direction, near the Counters of Energy. These achievements are integrated in the policy which the Rational Use of Energy (RUE) in the buildings has carried out the Walloon region for several years in order to support. Belgium indeed engaged, in Rio and Kyoto, to decrease the consumption of energy and thus the CO2 emissions, in order to reduce the greenhouse effect. Let us guarantee that we will reach that point thanks to the efforts of all. [less ▲]

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See detailUsing Thermal Regulations to Give Architectural Projects an Order of Preference from their Energy Performance
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege; Duforestel, Thierry

in Neumann, Heike (Ed.) 10. Bauklimatisches Symposium - 10th Symposium of Building Physics and Building Climatology (1999)

Architectural projects are rarely object of accurate energy simulations, but always are assessed from thermal energy regulation criteria, in order to obtain the authorisation of building. On the other ... [more ▼]

Architectural projects are rarely object of accurate energy simulations, but always are assessed from thermal energy regulation criteria, in order to obtain the authorisation of building. On the other hand, the choice to himself interest with lawful methods results from the will to widen the evaluation of the project performances with a set of criteria (sound insulation, fire resistance, illumination, etc.), all criteria which cannot necessarily be evaluated with sophisticated evaluation tools, like in energy matters. Such an approach justifies of hold with some simplified methods for the evaluation of the performance energy and, when they exist, for the evaluation of other qualities. The use of lawful methods can help project authors: - to handle the parameters managed at the preliminary stages of the project (such as: volumetry, fenestration, orientation, shape factor, compactness, etc.) and to locate the influence of the architectural choices characterised by these parameters, on the future energy consumption of the building. - to exceed the simple report of an energy performance resulting from a calculation in order to improve the choices, arise the critical parameters and lead to the solution the most preferred by the actors intervening in the project (owner, users, public authorities, ect.) Some European thermal regulations are approached, with regard to the criteria of their energy performance assessment and to the related values of their criteria. The results of the simulations are compared, from: - the satisfaction of the criteria with a look to the accuracy of the results; - the respect, by each project, of the different options proposed by the regulations and their mutual correlation, for the different scopes of the criteria: envelope, heating energy needs and heating energy consumption. In conclusion of the paper, the lawful calculation methods may be used to improve the design of a project, by choosing the most appropriate one and by comparing the evolution of the results, to significant changes introduced in the project. [less ▲]

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See detailThe use of thermal regulations to classify architectural projects from their energy performance
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege; Duforestel, Thierry

Report (1998)

The choice to himself interest with lawful methods results from the will to widen the evaluation of the project performances with a set of criteria (sound insulation, fire resistance, illumination, etc ... [more ▼]

The choice to himself interest with lawful methods results from the will to widen the evaluation of the project performances with a set of criteria (sound insulation, fire resistance, illumination, etc.), all criteria which are not necessarily objects of a collection of evaluation tools, like in energy matters. Such an approach justifies of hold with some simplified methods for the evaluation of the performance energy and, when they exist, for the evaluation of the other qualities. [less ▲]

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See detailSystème d'Information Multimédia de Gestion Environnementale des Communes
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege; Navez, J.-C.

Report (1998)

The principal goal of the study is to equip the small ones and common averages, of the computer tools of which they miss as regards management of the environment, and in particular in the following fields ... [more ▼]

The principal goal of the study is to equip the small ones and common averages, of the computer tools of which they miss as regards management of the environment, and in particular in the following fields: - the quality of the built medium, public spaces and the landscapes; - the consumption of energy of heating in the public buildings and the management of public lighting; - draining, the cleansing, the management of the cycle of water; - the waste harvest and processing. [less ▲]

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See detailLow-energy social housings Marchin (BE): A case study revisited
Desmecht, James; Dupagne, Albert ULiege; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege et al

in Maldonado, Eduardo; Yannas, Simos (Eds.) Environmentally Friendly Cities (1998, June)

In, 1997, the LEMA research team revisited 20 house settlement of Marchin. It was to assess the houses performances 15 years after their construction, and check the possible interactions between "energy ... [more ▼]

In, 1997, the LEMA research team revisited 20 house settlement of Marchin. It was to assess the houses performances 15 years after their construction, and check the possible interactions between "energy-conscious design" and social factors. This paper briefly exposes the results of this recent reassessment, in the light of the project requirements, design options and design methodology. It indicates that careful design may guarantee, for quite long periods of time, both robustness and affordability of "energy-conscious" housings. [less ▲]

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See detailSystème d'Information Multimédia de Gestion Environnementale des Communes
Dupagne, Albert ULiege; Desmecht, J.; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege et al

Report (1998)

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See detailThe optimisation of the design of a building envelope
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Report (1997)

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See detailSystème d'Information Multimédia de Gestion Environnementale des Communes
Dupagne, Albert ULiege; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Report (1997)

An work group entitled CO.S.T. - EUA (= COoperation in Science and civil Technology-urban engineering) was set up, whose aims in view are to facilitate the international cooperation in the numerical ... [more ▼]

An work group entitled CO.S.T. - EUA (= COoperation in Science and civil Technology-urban engineering) was set up, whose aims in view are to facilitate the international cooperation in the numerical fields of the research and the development and, more specifically, to improve the process of general management of the urban project. [less ▲]

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See detailL'isolation thermique des murs creux - Guide pratique pour les architectes
Simon, Francy; Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Book (1996)

The Walloon regulation imposes on the new buildings a minimum level of insulation. The level standard K 70 is now reinforced while passing to K 55, while the regulation extends to other types of buildings ... [more ▼]

The Walloon regulation imposes on the new buildings a minimum level of insulation. The level standard K 70 is now reinforced while passing to K 55, while the regulation extends to other types of buildings. The concern of insulating well should not however attach the creativity of the architect who aims at carrying out a beautiful frame, livable, durable and of a minimum cost. This is why this work proposes a whole of devices making it possible to reconcile these goals. The design and the drafting of this guide were entrusted to professor Francy SIMON of the Catholic University of Leuwen and to Jean-Marie HAUGLUSTAINE, attending the University of Liege; their work was followed by a reading panel where the Order of the Architects and the French-speaking Federation of the companies of architects of Belgium were represented. Moreover, these two institutions supported the impression and the diffusion of this document and I thank them for this collaboration. But the architect who wants to progress in this way will undoubtedly meet a certain reserve of the trade associations de with regard to new techniques and more complex devices. This is why, also with the assistance of the Walloon region, another guide for the insulation of the hollow walls, intended to the masons and for the carpenters, is diffused by the Funds of professional training of construction. Thus, by these initiatives, the Area prolongs and amplifies the information and research task carried out since many years by the Scientific and Technical Center of Construction. This multiform device to improve the current practice of construction doubles of a description of the achievements of particularly innovating architects, by the contest PHOTOGRAVURE, like an research effort, whose most visible element is the house PLEIAD, with Leuwen-the-New. To convince the companies to accept his requirements for quality, the architect is thus not alone. He is not it either in his effort of conviction with regard to the building owners. The private individuals find, in the Counters of the Energy of the Walloon region, the publications and the councils which go in the same direction. All this relates to the residential or tertiary building. Industry and the public corporations are the subject of the same policy of rational use of energy. Thus, the Walloon Government shows its will to reduce our dependence and our puncture on resources to be divided with the people under development but also to reduce the harmful effects for natural environment and health. It is there a commitment which Belgium undertook in Rio and to which the Walloon region subscribed. Together, we will reduce the consumption of energy and thus the CO2 emissions. We are committed there; we all must work to achieve this goal. [less ▲]

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See detailNamur-Bilbao-Posdam : Etude de programmation énergétique urbaine de la ville de Namur
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege; Ons, Pascal

Report (1994)

Three axes of reflection: - extension of the gas distribution network; - feasibility of a wire data bus; - energy saving in the buildings in the town of Namur;

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See detailL'action des Responsables Energie dans les bâtiments tertiaires : des projets qui aboutissent
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege

Report (1994)

Vis-a-vis the crisis of energy, the administrations and the public tertiary sector did not remain inactive in Wallonia. On the contrary, of many profets relating to the Rational Use of Energy (RUE) were ... [more ▼]

Vis-a-vis the crisis of energy, the administrations and the public tertiary sector did not remain inactive in Wallonia. On the contrary, of many profets relating to the Rational Use of Energy (RUE) were conceived and realized by persons in charge who took in heart an improvement of their energy situation. The report/ratio which reports the history of some of these projects concluded by dynamic actors, who were able to include/understand their energy problems, there to distinguish ways of possible improvements and to give them life. The objective of this booklet is not to draw up the exhaustive list of these projects, but rather to quote examples of actions RUE conceived and carried out in the respect of their context. [less ▲]

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See detailElargissement du domaine d'application du règlement thermique wallon
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege; Vandendries, P.; Wauthy, Y.

Book published by CSTC (1988)

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See detailTrois années de réglementation thermique wallonne
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege; Vandendries, P.; Wauthy, Y.

in Région wallonne - Administration de l'Energie et des Technologies Nouvelles (Ed.) Réglementation thermique dans la Communauté européenne - Etat de la question en Région wallonne après trois années de pratique réglementaire (1988)

In its meeting of February 29th, 1984, the Walloon Regional executive approved, in second reading, the project of decree of the Executive fixing the general terms of thermo isolation for the buildings to ... [more ▼]

In its meeting of February 29th, 1984, the Walloon Regional executive approved, in second reading, the project of decree of the Executive fixing the general terms of thermo isolation for the buildings to build intended for housing, or intended in principal order for housing, as well as the project of bearing ministerial decree execution of the above mentioned decree. It jointly charged the Minister with Energy and the Minister for Town and country planning to set up a formula of sensitizing of the architects at the new techniques making it possible to design not very consuming dwellings in energy. Thus a campaign of information and sensitizing was organized aiming not only the architects and various professional environments of construction, but also the Administration of Town planning and the capacities communal. Coordination was entrusted by it to C.S.T.C., which, within this framework, in particular engaged three architects charged to cover Wallonia. [less ▲]

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See detailCaractéristiques hydrothermiques des matériaux - Parois courantes : catalogue de coefficients k
Hauglustaine, Jean-Marie ULiege; Vandendries, P.; Wauthy, Y.

Book published by CSTC - 88.002 (1987)

The Walloon Regional executive adopted, on February 29th, 1984, a thermal Payment of the New housing. This payment offers two possibilities of calculation: K 70 and Be 500. The two methods require the ... [more ▼]

The Walloon Regional executive adopted, on February 29th, 1984, a thermal Payment of the New housing. This payment offers two possibilities of calculation: K 70 and Be 500. The two methods require the determination of the coefficients of thermal transmission K of the walls delimiting protected volume. To obtain comparable and reliable results, the calculation of the factors intervening in the method must be carried out on an identical basis and with approved values. The coefficients K must be justified by a note annexed at the request of license to build. Vis-a-vis the great diversity of the data employed in these calculations, it became necessary to publish a collection of values , R and precalculated, allowed cards K by all. The present publication contains a data bank hygrothermic of construction materials and a range of cards K calculated for various types of walls. It is constant change: the data bank will be supplemented as soon as new approved values appear; the bank of cards K will follow the evolution of the statistical starting sample. Turn like the technical standards and approvals, this booklet will be regarded as a reliable base during the control of the files of license to build by the Administration of Town and country planning. [less ▲]

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