Energy performance: A comparison of four different multi-residential building designs and forms in the equatorial region

@article{Jamaludin2011EnergyPA,
  title={Energy performance: A comparison of four different multi-residential building designs and forms in the equatorial region},
  author={Adi Ainurzaman Jamaludin and Nila Inangda and Ati Rosemary Binti Mohd Ariffin and H. Hussein},
  journal={2011 IEEE Conference on Clean Energy and Technology (CET)},
  year={2011},
  pages={253-258}
}
Building sector has been identified as a major energy consumer with nearly half of the world's energy used is associated with providing environmental conditioning in buildings. Approximately, two third of this is for heating, cooling and mechanical ventilation. Therefore, there is a need for optimizing the building design which collaborates with surrounding environment in enhances the energy conservation programme. Energy consumption evaluation and audits for buildings is the most important… CONTINUE READING

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