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Sustainable Home Design by Applying Control Science

Today's homes must prepare for a progressing ageing population and an increasing risk caused by climate change, as well as to reduce CO2 emissions. How homes can be designed to meet all of these requirements? How such design can be promoted in the housing market? Sustainable Home Design by Applying Control Science answers these questions, by using a novel approach. Kazutoshi Fujihira, an innovative environmental scientist and sustainable housing award winner, demonstrates the "control system for promoting sustainable home design" with the "sustainable design guidelines" and "sustainability checklist". Moreover, the chapter of case study illustrates an actually designed and constructed house, which shows excellent sustainability and energy-saving performance.

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Sustainable Home Design by Applying Control ScienceAuthored by Kazutoshi Fujihira

Published: December 6th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/64660

ISBN: 978-953-51-3658-3

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3657-6

Copyright year: 2017

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1. Requirements for Sustainable Housing Design

By Kazutoshi Fujihira

440

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2. Background: Existing Japanese Systems Related to Sustainable Housing

By Kazutoshi Fujihira

322

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3. Basic Schemes: Preparations for Applying Control Science to Sustainable Design

By Kazutoshi Fujihira

391

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4. Methodology of Applying Control Science to Sustainable Housing Design

By Kazutoshi Fujihira

378

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5. Case Study: Detached House Designed by Following the Control System

By Kazutoshi Fujihira

445

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6. Discussion and Conclusion: Effectiveness, Characteristics and Future Prospects of the Methodology

By Kazutoshi Fujihira

341

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