Personalized HVAC system in a sustainable office building - building design concept and HVAC system performance

M. Sasaki, T. Yanai, T. Akimoto, T. Genma, H. Amai, Shinichi Tanabe

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    1 Citation (Scopus)

    Abstract

    HVAC load weighs a large portion of overall building energy consumption. A low storey building of 20,000m2 floor area adopted a task ambient conditioning system (TAC) in its design to reduce HVAC load while maintaining work environment. Applied in conjunction with other design techniques such as double-skin glass and structural thermal storage system, the TAC system achieved comfortable personal work-environment under reduced load.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHB 2006 - Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, Proceedings
    Pages191-194
    Number of pages4
    Volume4
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventHealthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, HB 2006 - Lisboa
    Duration: 2006 Jun 42006 Jun 8

    Other

    OtherHealthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, HB 2006
    CityLisboa
    Period06/6/406/6/8

    Fingerprint

    Office buildings
    Glass
    Loads (forces)
    Skin
    Energy utilization
    Hot Temperature
    HVAC

    Keywords

    • Double-skin-facade
    • Environmental design
    • Task/ambient conditioning system
    • Thermal storage

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Civil and Structural Engineering
    • Building and Construction
    • Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis

    Cite this

    Sasaki, M., Yanai, T., Akimoto, T., Genma, T., Amai, H., & Tanabe, S. (2006). Personalized HVAC system in a sustainable office building - building design concept and HVAC system performance. In HB 2006 - Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, Proceedings (Vol. 4, pp. 191-194)

    Personalized HVAC system in a sustainable office building - building design concept and HVAC system performance. / Sasaki, M.; Yanai, T.; Akimoto, T.; Genma, T.; Amai, H.; Tanabe, Shinichi.

    HB 2006 - Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, Proceedings. Vol. 4 2006. p. 191-194.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Sasaki, M, Yanai, T, Akimoto, T, Genma, T, Amai, H & Tanabe, S 2006, Personalized HVAC system in a sustainable office building - building design concept and HVAC system performance. in HB 2006 - Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, Proceedings. vol. 4, pp. 191-194, Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, HB 2006, Lisboa, 06/6/4.
    Sasaki M, Yanai T, Akimoto T, Genma T, Amai H, Tanabe S. Personalized HVAC system in a sustainable office building - building design concept and HVAC system performance. In HB 2006 - Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, Proceedings. Vol. 4. 2006. p. 191-194
    Sasaki, M. ; Yanai, T. ; Akimoto, T. ; Genma, T. ; Amai, H. ; Tanabe, Shinichi. / Personalized HVAC system in a sustainable office building - building design concept and HVAC system performance. HB 2006 - Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, Proceedings. Vol. 4 2006. pp. 191-194
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