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Investigation of school building microclimate using advanced energy equipment: Case study
Environmental Engineering Research
Buildings are responsible of major energy consumption globally. In addition, they are linked to thermal comfort. The need to provide comfort becomes more crucial in schools as they are the place where students learn, and develop their skills. This research aims to investigate the energy responsiveness of new and traditional school building design, where major variation in form, amount of external walls and glazing are different. The research focused on indoor microclimate condition of selecteddoi:10.4491/eer.2017.010 fatcat:f72sbixqijfvdfjnmgebfwvj2u