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Abstract

The central thesis of this work is the potential widespread and efficient application of bioclimatic architecture to different residential building types, being influenced by different climatic conditions and adopting many current technological systems, within the scope of the E.E.C. countries. The study presented is concerned with Bioclimatic Architecture, considered as a building system using current building production technologies. This represents an evolution beyond the past energy bound concept of Passive Solar Systems, restricted to specific devices and components. Demonstration of this thesis is pursued by an articulated method which entails the elaboration of the series of projects presented at the performance level, the analysis and verification of their energy efficiency using a computer simulation program, and finally, a technological formulation of the building systems. This method is summarized in the following.

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Authors: ZACCARIA G, AGIP NUCLEARE S.P.A., MILANO (ITALY);LOS S, AGIP NUCLEARE S.P.A., MILANO (ITALY);PULITZER N, AGIP NUCLEARE S.P.A., MILANO (ITALY);TRESCA A, AGIP NUCLEARE S.P.A., MILANO (ITALY);ZAMBELLI E, AGIP NUCLEARE S.P.A., MILANO (ITALY);RAITIERI R AGIP NUCLEARE S.P.A., MILANO (ITALY), AGIP NUCLEARE S.P.A., MILANO (ITALY)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 9712 EN-IT (1985) MF, 379 P., BFR 600, BLOW-UP COPY BFR 1895, EUROFFICE, LUXEMBOURG, POB 1003
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