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metadata.theses.dc.title: Feasibility Study of Building Envelope for Building Energy Simulation (BES)
metadata.theses.dc.contributor.*: Alnorulhadi Bin Ab Hamid
metadata.theses.dc.subject: Building envelope, passive design, thermal conductivity, OTTV, building simulation, thermal comfort. 14-Jun-2016
metadata.theses.dc.description.abstract: In the building sector the highest energy saving potentials can be realized by energy efficient building design. The energy efficiency of buildings is significantly influenced by passive and active design strategies. This paper will do a case study (feasibility study) of the Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysia France Institute (UniKLMFI) Welding Workshop using building simulation software Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES-VE). The measure on the potential for improvements were based on the passive design strategies, Malaysian Standard 1525 (MS1525:2014) and energy efficiency elements in Green Building Index (GBI). The problem statement is the Workshop MFI was design and build without green building concept or strategies. The scope of this study will be focusing the feasibility study of building envelope for energy efficient building as a baseline use with IES-VE software. The energy consumption and indoor comfort level can slightly improve where the reduce value of Overall Thermal Transfer Value (OTTV) and Roof Thermal Transfer Value (RTTV). The value of OTTV and RTTV are important as an indicator for energy efficient building envelope.
metadata.theses.dc.theses.course: Master of Engineering Technology (MGEEB)
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