Overend, M and Jin, Q and Thompson, P (2011) A whole-life value based assessment and optimisation model for high-performance glazed facades'. In: Building Simulation 2011, -- to --, Sydney pp. 1017-1024..Full text not available from this repository.
Façade design is a complex and multi-disciplinary process. One major barrier to devising optimal façade solutions is the lack of a systematic way of evaluating the true social, economic and environmental impacts of a design. Another barrier is the lack of automated design aids to assist decision-making. In this paper, we present our on-going study in developing a whole-life value based multi-objective optimisation model for high-performance façades. The principal outcome of this paper is a multi-objective optimisation model for early-stage façade design. The optimisation technique coupled with other 3rd party software and/or specially developed scripts provide façade designers with an integrated design tool of wide applicability.
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|Date Deposited:||16 Jul 2015 14:26|
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