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Solar oriented architecture

Solar oriented architecture

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Published by Arizona State University in Tempe .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar heating.,
  • Solar houses.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 139-142.

    Statement[prepared by] College of Architecture, Arizona State University.
    ContributionsArizona State University. College of Architecture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination142 p. :
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16607122M

    This chapter describes fundamentals of solar architecture. As all energies accessible on earth directly or indirectly originate from the sun, and buildings are rooted to specific geographical locations, it follows that the only successful application of solar energy in buildings will be the most desirable, economic blend of energies readily available to the building's site and : A. Bowen.   SOLAR SHADING The proportion between the three components is determined by the angle at which the solar beam strikes the glazing, i.e. ‘angle of incident’ and by the type of glazing. For most types of glazing, the transmitted component is very small if the angle of incidence is larger than 45º from the normal to the glazing.

      5 solar-powered buildings that will forever change architecture From Apple's Spaceship HQ to GE's Boston campus, these solar-integrated designs are raising the : Michael D'estries.   Architect Thomas Doerr shows just what you need to know about passive solar house design to save over 80% of your home's heating and cooling bills. You will learn what you need to .

    The city’s solar oriented streets and houses remain intact. Chapter Solar Architecture in Europe after Faust and Vorherr () The slums of nineteenth-century industrial cities showed, in Fredrich Engels words, “how little space a human being can move, how little air – and such air! – he can breathe, how little civilization he.   Ancient Greek and Roman houses were oriented and constructed with seasonal solar exposure in mind. Certain realities that influence orientation of buildings never change. The sun .


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