We are very happy to present you the index of our training project.

 

URSOS: SUSTAINABLE URBAN DESING

1. CONTEXT AND INTRODUCTION    

1.1 General view about the concepts "urban sustainability" and "bioclimatic architecture"

1.2 Urban planning: problems and needs of urban regeneration.     

1.4  European legislation on urban planning and individual building  (EU2020 Target)

1.3 Urban patterns traditionally, pathologiesenergy efficency and environment care.

1.5 General view about the procedures to be managed among public administration, property and the other actors involved in the project process of energy efficiency.

 2. ENERGY DESIGN: URBAN PLANNING AND BUILDINGS        

2.1 Main factors involved in sustainable urban planning:

2.1.1 Microclimate and topography   

2.1.2 The solar path and its role in urban design.         

2.1.3 Concepts on streets distribution under standard and energy efficient point of view      

2.1.4 The influence of ground lots shape over energy consumptions                           

2.1.5 The adequate ground uses distribution for rational district use, adequate vegetation integration, etc.            

2.1.6 Good management of water, lighting, waste and mobility.      

2.1.7 Plan best sites for district heating and cooling facility.  

2.2 Main factors involved in sustainable building design:.

2.2.1. Shape and orientation  

2.2.2 Solar radiation and shading elements        

2.2.3 Constructive materials and thermal insulation level       

2.2.4 Passive desing solutions for energy demands reduction

2.3 Building energy balances and simulation.

2.4 Legal and normative aspects, national or Eropean, affecting energy efficiency management involved in construction projects

 3.URSOS SOFTWARE USE       

3.1 Energy balances and computer simulation for individual buildings and neighbourhood level.

3.2  Analysis a urban area, with URSOS Software, under related variables to keep in mind:

3.2.1 Adequate ground uses distribution

3.2.2 Adequate distribution of buildings

3.2.3 Rational design of urban areas

3.2.4 Assessment of urban sustainability

 

BEST PRACTICES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN CONSTRUCTION

1. Performance and Sustainability based approach        

2. Healthy and comfortable indoor environment  

3. Renewable resources-based products, Building materials recyclability and re-use of components

4. Multi-materials and composites, advanced thermal insulation construction materials

5. Electric or thermal generation and storage materials and systems, including building integrated technologies

 

EMPOWERING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN BUIDLING OPERATION & MAINTENANCE

1. Controlling, servicing and maintaining building systems and components

1.1 Operation of Building Systems

1.2 Servicing and repair of building systems

1.3 Maintenance and compliance with legal requirements for the use stage

 2. Monitoring and optimizing processes of building systems with the help of automatic equipments

2.1 Building automation operation

2.2 Handling malfunctions

2.3 Modification and adaptation of automation systems to changing needs

 3. Creating concepts for (processes of) buildings systems or their component / sub-processes

3.1 Determining user requirements

3.2 Competence in legal requirements

3.3 Facility management concepts and processes

3.4 Data management

3.5 Tendering processes

 4. Identification, realization and checking of legal requirements for the operation of building systems (operator responsibility)

4.1 Identifying legal requirements

4.2 Checking legal compatibility

4.3 Risk analysis

4.4 Preparing guidelines and templates regarding legal requirements

 5. Monitoring operation costs and controlling

5.1 Calculating operation costs

5.2 Analyzing operation costs

5.3 Optimizing operation costs

 

IIA: REDUCING CONSUMPTION BY INTERACTING WITH INHABITANTS

1. IIA METHODOLOGY: CONTEXT

1.1 Buildings energy performance: Design and construction quality. Installations and users

1.2 Urban planning from and environmental and social perspective

1.3 Monitoring systems for buildings

1.4 IIA Methodology (integration of users in energy saving and efficiency in buildings)

 2. INTERACTION WITH USERS FOR ENERGY SAVING AWARENESS

2.1 Basic fundamentals of saving for buildings efficient use and management

2.2 Motivation techniwues in interaction with users process

2.3 Mechanisms of users awareness and saving promotion

2.4 Methodologies and techniques of social research data gathering (surveys, interviews, focus groups

 3. DATA ACQUISITION

3.1 Information gathering and selection for analysis and data acquisition.

3.2  Acquisition of Location climate data

3.3  Acquisition of data about quality contruction

3.4 Acquisition of consumptions data

3.5 Acquisition of socioeconomic and using habit data: Surveys design

4. DATA ANALYZING  AND VISUALIZATION

4.1 Analysis of energy data gathered on building design and construction quality

4.2 Analysis of quantitative and qualitative data gathered after interaction with users

4.3 Combined interpretation of energy data building and users habit

4.4 Visualization systems of results

 

 

Cofinanced project by

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

Erasmus+

This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Blesil is a Erasmus+ KA2 project (2014 - 2016).

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