Sustainable Steel Buildings (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
384
Utgivningsdatum
2016-10-21
Upplaga
1
Förlag
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Medarbetare
Hauke, Bernhard (red.)/Kuhnhenne, Markus (red.)/Lawson, Mark (red.)
Dimensioner
246 x 170 x 23 mm
Vikt
885 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
,
ISBN
9781118741115
Sustainable Steel Buildings (inbunden)

Sustainable Steel Buildings

A Practical Guide for Structures and Envelopes

Inbunden Engelska, 2016-10-21
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Sustainable Steel Buildings reviews steel and its potential as a sustainable building material and shows how steel can be used to deliver buildings and structures with a high level of sustainability. The book's main focus is on the advantages and disadvantages of steel and how those characteristics can be used under a range of international certification systems (DGNB, LEED, BREEAM, openhouse etc).
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The Editors Bernhard Hauke is CEO of bauforumstahl, the association of the German Steel Construction Industry Markus Kuhnhenne is Professor of Sustainability of Metal Constructions at RWTH Aachen University Mark Lawson is Professor of Construction Systems at the University of Surrey Milan Veljkovic is Professor of Steel and Composite Structures at the Technical University of Delft

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List of contributors xi Preface xvii 1 What does sustainable construction mean? An overview 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.1.1 The influence of the building sector 3 1.1.2 Can we afford sustainability? 6 1.1.3 How can we achieve sustainability in the building sector? 6 1.2 Aims of sustainable construction 7 1.2.1 Ecological aims 8 1.2.2 Social aims 10 1.2.3 Economic aims 11 References 12 2 Legal background and codes in Europe 13 2.1 Normative background 14 2.2 Comments on EN 15804 and EN 15978 14 2.2.1 Modular life -cycle stages 14 2.2.2 Comparability of EPDs for construction products 16 2.2.3 Functional equivalent 17 2.2.4 Scenarios at product or building level 17 2.2.5 Reuse and recycling in module D 18 2.2.6 Aggregation of the information modules 19 2.3 Legal framework 19 2.3.1 EU waste framework directive and waste management acts in European countries: product responsibility 19 2.3.2 EU construction products regulation 22 2.3.3 EU building directive and energy saving ordinance 23 2.3.4 Focus increasingly on construction products 26 2.3.5 EU industrial emissions directive 26 References 27 3 Basic principles of sustainability assessment 29 3.1 The life -cycle concept 29 3.1.1 What is the meaning of the life -cycle concept? 29 3.1.2 Life -cycle phases of a building 29 3.2 Life -cycle planning 32 3.2.1 Building Information Modeling in steel construction 32 3.2.2 Integrated and life -cycle -oriented planning 39 3.3 Life -cycle assessment and functional unit 45 3.3.1 Environmental impact categories 47 3.4 Life -cycle costing 48 3.4.1 Life -cycle costing cost application including cost planning 51 3.4.2 Net present value method 52 3.4.3 Life -cycle cost analysis 53 3.5 Energy efficiency 59 3.6 Environmental product declarations 60 3.6.1 Institute Construction and Environment (IBU) Program Operator for EPDs in Germany 62 3.6.2 The ECO Platform 63 3.7 Background databases 65 3.8 European open LCA data network 66 3.8.1 OKOBAUDAT 66 3.8.2 eLCA, an LCA tool for buildings 68 3.8.3 LCA a European approach 71 3.9 Environmental data for steel construction products 72 3.9.1 The recycling potential concept 72 3.9.2 EPD for structural steel 78 3.9.3 EPD for hot -dip galvanized structural steel 80 3.9.4 EPDs for profiled sheets and sandwich panels 81 3.10 KBOB -recommendation LCA database from Switzerland 85 3.10.1 KBOB -recommendation as a basis for planning tools 86 3.10.2 Environmental impact assessment within the KBOB -recommendation 87 3.10.3 Environmental impacts of hot -rolled steel products 88 3.10.4 Example using data from the KBOB -recommendation 90 References 93 4 Sustainable steel construction 97 4.1 Environmental aspects of steel production 97 4.2 Planning and constructing 99 4.2.1 Sustainability aspects of tender and contracting 99 4.3 Sustainable building quality 102 4.3.1 Space efficiency 102 4.3.2 Flexibility and building conversion 105 4.3.3 Design for deconstruction, reuse and recycling 108 4.4 Multistorey buildings 117 4.4.1 Introduction 117 4.4.2 Building forms 120 4.4.3 Floor plan design 122 4.4.4 Building height and height between floors 124 4.4.5 Flexibility and variability 124 4.4.6 Demands placed on the structural system 126 4.4.7 Floor systems 128 4.4.8 Columns 132 4.4.9 Innovative joint systems 133 4.5 High strength steel 134 4.5.1 Metallurgical background 136 4.5.2 Designing in accordance with Eurocodes 141 4.6 Batch hot -dip galvanizing 141 4.6.1 Introduction 141 4.6.2 The galvanizing process 144 4.6.3 Batch galvanized coatings 144 4.6.4 Sustainability 146 4.6.5 Example: 72 years young the Lydlinch Bridge 150 4.7 UPE channels 152