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Principles for Evaluating Building Materials in Sustainable Construction: Healthy and Sustainable Materials for the Built Environment provides a comprehensive overview of the issues associated with the selection of materials for sustainable construction, proposing a holistic and integrated approach.
The book evaluates the issues involved in choosing materials from an ecosystem services perspective, from the design stage to the impact of materials on the health of building users.
The three main sections of the book discuss building materials in relation to ecosystem services, the implications of materials choice at the design stage, and the impact of materials on building users and their health. The final section focuses on specific case studies that illustrate the richness of solutions that existed before the rise of contemporary construction and that are consistent with a sustainable approach to creating built environments. These are followed by modern examples which apply some, if not all, of the principles discussed in the first three sections of the book. <ul><li>Provides a holistic and integrated approach to the issues associated with the selection of materials for sustainable construction </li><li>Provides a thorough understanding of ecosystem services based on ecology research for built environment design </li><li>Provides an original review of the impact of materials on human health</li><li>Provides case studies to illustrate the points above</li></ul>
Materials for a Healthy, Ecological and Sustainable Built Environment: Principles for Evaluation (Woodhead Publishing Series in Civil and Structural Engineering) Emina K. Petrovic Materials for a Healthy, Ecological and Sustainable Built Environment: Principles for Evaluation (Woodhead Publishing Series in Civil and Structural Engineering) download without account
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Petrovic (author)eBook 156.00 Buy eBook Add to wishlist + Description Principles for Evaluating Building Materials in Sustainable Construction: Healthy and Sustainable Materials for the Built Environment provides a comprehensive overview of the issues associated with the selection of materials for sustainable construction, proposing a holistic and integrated approachPlasticity for Engineers Published: 1st September 2000 Author: CGuo Info/Buy All rights reservedFind more libraries Librarian? Claim your library to Materials for a healthy, ecological and sustainable built environment : principles for evaluation Author: Emina Kristina Petrovic; Maibritt Pedersen Zari; Brenda Vale Publisher: Duxford, United Kingdom ; Cambridge, MA : Woodhead Publishing,  2017 Series: Woodhead Publishing series in composites science and engineeringKarbhari L S Lee Info/Buy Elsevier.com visitor survey We are always looking for ways to improve customer experience on Elsevier.comScienceDirect is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V.
Sustainable and healthy building practice in Germany Abstract 17.1 Introduction 17.2 Sustainable and healthy construction in Germany 17.3 Example 1: A semidetached healthy residence 17.4 Example 2: Energy-efficient water residence 17.5 Conclusion References 18Inspection and Monitoring Techniques for Bridges and Civil Structures Published: 20th September 2005 Editor: G Fu Info/Buy Finite Element Techniques in Structural Mechanics Published: 1st January 1996 Author: Carl TUnderstanding the Tensile Properties of Concrete Published: 31st July 2013 Editor: Jaap Weerheijm Info/Buy Close Non-Destructive Evaluation of Reinforced Concrete Structures Published: 4th June 2010 Editors: Christiane Maierhofer Hans-Wolf Reinhardt Gerd Dobmann Info/Buy Affiliations and Expertise Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Brenda Vale Author Brenda Vale is an architect and Professorial Research Fellow, at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand> # Emina Kristina Petrovi a schema:Person ; schema:familyName "Petrovi" ; schema:givenName "Emina Kristina" ; schema:name "Emina Kristina Petrovi" ;
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