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Hildebrand, L. (author), Konstantinou, T. (author), Kosanović, Saja (author), Klein, T. (author), Knaack, U. (author)
Buildings are characterised as some of the greatest consumers and pollutants of the planet. However, the genesis of environmental design, in the context of its modern meaning, as shown in this paper, is not so much based on initial requests to reduce the negative pressure on the environment, but more on the tendency to ensure the continuity of...
book chapter 2018
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Knaack, U. (author), Mohsen, Alamir (author)
The radical change in architectural design transcends the individuality of design towards multivarious individuation. The immersion of parametric diagrams in the representation of architectural objects leads into a process that could be grasped and manipulated with a high degree of efficiency. Computational advanced design techniques are...
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Knaack, U. (author)
The first law of thermodynamics defines: Energy can neither be produced nor destroyed, but only converted into other types of energy [1]. From this it follows for us and our topic of circularity in the building industry that we must deal with the energy that the earth receives or has received, the solar radiation, and can feed our requirements...
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Techen, Holger (author), Krimm, J. (author), Knaack, U. (author)
The increasing migration into cities leads to an increasing number of people stressed by noise. More and more people are moving into urban settings comprised of multiple noise sources and hard reflective glass and steel facades. The omnidirectional arrangement of noise sources like airborne noise or car traffic noise and their reflection on the...
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Pottgiesser, U. (author), Knaack, U. (author), Louter, P.C. (author)
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