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Pavlaki, Kalliopi M.
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2015-06-18T09:05:03Z
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2015-09-27T05:57:34Z
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2015-06-18
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/404
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Environmental assessment methods and their impact on buildings’ life cycle cost
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masterThesis
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Architecture and energy conservation
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heal.keyword
Buildings--Energy conservation
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Buildings--Environmental aspects
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heal.keyword
Buildings--Environmental engineering
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Sustainable construction
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heal.keyword
Sustainable buildings
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Sustainable architecture
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Dissertations, Academic
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heal.language
en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Science and Technology, MSc in Energy Systems
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2013-12
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Pavlaki, Kalliopi , 2013, Environmental assessment methods and their impact on buildings' life cycle cost ,Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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This dissertation was written as a part of the MSc in Energy Systems at the International Hellenic University. An existing multi-tenant / multifamily building located in the area of Thessaloniki in Greece was evaluated under LEED 2009 for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance criteria and thereafter alterations and additions were proposed in order the building to be certified under the same rating system. The goal of this dissertation is to investigate the impacts of the proposed modifications on the building’s life cycle cost, targeting construction, operation and demolition – waste management phases of the building’s life cycle. At this point, I would like to thank my supervisor and my professor at International Hellenic University, Prof. Dimitrios Anastaselos, for the guidance, encouragement and advice throughout my time as his student. As well as, my family members for their support, encouragement and patience towards all of my ups and downs during the preparation of this dissertation.
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ABSTRACT ................................................................................................................. III CONTENTS ................................................................................................................... V 1. INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................... 7 2. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT METHODS ............................................... 11 2.1. THE SITUATION IN EUROPE – ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS DIRECTIVE (E.P.B.D.) .............................................................................................. 11 2.1.1 Hellenic Regulation on Energy Performance in the Building Sector – Κ.ΕΝ.Α.Κ. ....................................................................................... 13 2.2 BRITISH RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT METHOD……………… ............................................................................................ 17 2.3 LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN ................................... 20 2.3.1 LEED 2009 FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AND MAJOR RENOVATIONS ............................................................................................ 23 2.3.2. LEED 2009 FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS: OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE (LEED 2009 EBOM) ....................................................... 23 2.4 COMPARISON BETWEEN B.R.E.E.A.M. AND L.E.E.D. ..................................... 24 3. LEED 2009 EBOM CREDITS ................................................................................ 28 4. ASSESSMENT OF THE BUILDING UNDER KENAK ...................................... 56 4.1. GENERAL BUILDING FEATURES ......................................................................... 56 4.2. OPAQUE BUILDING ELEMENTS ........................................................................... 59 4.3. TRANSPARENT BUILDING ELEMENTS ................................................................. 60 4.4. HEATING SYSTEM .............................................................................................. 61 4.4.1. Heating production system ............................................................... 62 4.4.2. Heating distribution system .............................................................. 62 4.4.3. Heating emission system .................................................................. 62 4.5. COOLING SYSTEM .............................................................................................. 62 4.5.1. Cooling production system ............................................................... 63 -vi- 4.5.2. Cooling emission system .................................................................. 63 4.6. DOMESTIC HOT WATER ..................................................................................... 63 4.6.1. DHW production system ................................................................... 63 4.6.2. DHW distribution system .................................................................. 63 4.7. ENERGY RANKING ............................................................................................. 63 5. ADAPTION OF THE BUILDING TO MEET LEED 2009 EBOM ..................... 65 6. THE IMPACT OF THE ADAPTIONS TO THE BUILDINGS’ LIFE CYCLE COST ............................................................................................................................. 94 6.1. CONSTRUCTION PHASE ..................................................................................... 94 6.2. OPERATION PHASE ........................................................................................... 94 6.3 DEMOLITION - WASTE MANAGEMENT PHASE ...................................................... 97 6.4 NET PRESENT VALUE OF BUILDING’S LIFE CYCLE COST ..................................... 97 7. CONCLUSIONS ...................................................................................................... 99 BIBLIOGRAPHY ....................................................................................................... 102 APPENDICES ............................................................................................................ 104
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heal.advisorName
Anastaselos, Prof. Dimitrios
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heal.committeeMemberName
Dr. Anastaselos
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Prof. Papadopoulos
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Dr. Martinopoulos
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heal.academicPublisher
School of Science &Technology, Master of Science (MSc) in Energy Systems
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ihu
heal.numberOfPages
127
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