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Introduction to Bio-Climatic Design (ABY22U)

H38WR (Autumn 2021, 25%, Day, Normal, Borlänge, Round 2, ORD)

Literature

  • Auliciems, A., & Szokolay, S. V. (1997). Thermal comfort (1st ed.). ISBN: 0867767294
    Reading instructions:Available for download from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/234169993_THERMAL_COMFORT
    Book / Anthology
  • Evans, M. (1980). The basic data for climatic design. In Housing, climate, and comfort (1st ed., pp. 4-16). London: Architectural Press.
    Chapter in book
  • Evans, M. (1980). Thermal comfort. In Housing, climate, and comfort (1st ed., pp. 17-32). London: Architectural Press.
    Chapter in book
  • Fanger, P. O. (1970). Condition for thermal comfort. In Thermal comfort. Analysis and applications in environmental engineering (1st ed., pp. 19-67). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company.
    Chapter in book
  • Humphreys, M., Nicol, F., & Roaf, S. (2015). Adaptive thermal comfort: Foundations and analysis (1st ed.). New York, N.Y: Routledge. ISBN: 9780415691611
    Book / Anthology
  • INNOVA. (n.d.). Thermal comfort. Retrieved 2021 September 1 from http://www.blowtex-educair.it/downloads/thermal%20comfort.htm.
    Website
  • (2015). The bioclimatic approach. In V. Olgyay (Ed.), Design with climate: bioclimatic approach to architectural regionalism (1st ed., pp. 14-23). Princeton University Press.
    Chapter in book