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Year 2022, Volume 17, Issue 4, 135 - 147, 31.12.2022

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References

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BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW

Year 2022, Volume 17, Issue 4, 135 - 147, 31.12.2022

Abstract

In with parallel to the population growth, the increasing for energy throughout the world causes increase in environmental health problems at the end of energy use have made it necessary to use energy more effectively and efficiently. Reasercher show that most of the energy consumption is caused by buildings. The increase in the buildings with each days causes to Investigate the In energy consumption at the same rate. Due to the continuous increase in energy consumption, the global warming and health problems that have become threatening to humanityled to the emergence of the sustainable Building. Sustainable buildings are environmentally friendly structures designed to use energy resources in the most efficient way. In this Review, more effective and environmentally friendly building energy models have become an attractive topic and common in both research and industrial society in recent years. In this study, which aims to evaluate sustainable building in terms of energy efficiency and to determine the criteria that should be found in green building applications; Energy efficiency and Eco- Environment building concepts have been mentioned and a general review has been made on methods of building information modeling (BIM) utilized in building design process for building energy modeling (BEM) process. Finally, explanatory information about a sample energy analysis simulation study to be carried out including use the Design Builder and Energy Plus programs is included.

References

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  • [71] Amor R, Jalaei F, & Jrade A, (2014). Integrating Building Information Modeling (BIM) and energy analysis tools with green building certification system to conceptually design sustainable buildings.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Mustafa Obaid Omar BANEAEZ> (Primary Author)
NECMETTİN ERBAKAN ÜNİVERSİTESİ, FEN BİLİMLERİ ENSTİTÜSÜ
0000-0002-4931-5615
Türkiye


Mustafa Tahir AKKOYUNLU>
NECMETTIN ERBAKAN UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING-ARCHITECTURE, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
0000-0003-1884-5805
Türkiye

Early Pub Date December 25, 2022
Publication Date December 31, 2022
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 17, Issue 4

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Bibtex @review { jieas1077631, journal = {Journal of International Environmental Application and Science}, issn = {1307-0428}, eissn = {2636-7661}, address = {}, publisher = {Selcuk University}, year = {2022}, volume = {17}, number = {4}, pages = {135 - 147}, title = {BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW}, key = {cite}, author = {Baneaez, Mustafa Obaid Omar and Akkoyunlu, Mustafa Tahir} }
APA Baneaez, M. O. O. & Akkoyunlu, M. T. (2022). BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW . Journal of International Environmental Application and Science , 17 (4) , 135-147 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jieas/issue/74146/1077631
MLA Baneaez, M. O. O. , Akkoyunlu, M. T. "BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW" . Journal of International Environmental Application and Science 17 (2022 ): 135-147 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jieas/issue/74146/1077631>
Chicago Baneaez, M. O. O. , Akkoyunlu, M. T. "BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW". Journal of International Environmental Application and Science 17 (2022 ): 135-147
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ISNAD Baneaez, Mustafa Obaid Omar , Akkoyunlu, Mustafa Tahir . "BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW". Journal of International Environmental Application and Science 17 / 4 (December 2022): 135-147 .
AMA Baneaez M. O. O. , Akkoyunlu M. T. BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW. JIEAS. 2022; 17(4): 135-147.
Vancouver Baneaez M. O. O. , Akkoyunlu M. T. BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW. Journal of International Environmental Application and Science. 2022; 17(4): 135-147.
IEEE M. O. O. Baneaez and M. T. Akkoyunlu , "BUILDING ENERGY MODELLING REVIEW", Journal of International Environmental Application and Science, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 135-147, Dec. 2022

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