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OBJECTIVES:
 To Understand the concept of Energy efficiency
 An insight into various Energy Efficient Materials and Sustainable Construction Technology

UNIT I INTRODUCTION ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY 09
Energy Efficiency – Energy Conservation – Recourse Consumption – Introduction – Distribution of Energy use in India – Factors affecting the Energy use in Buildings – Pre Building
Stage, Construction Stage & Post Occupancy stages – Concept of Embodied Energy – Energy
needs in Production of Materials – Transportation Energy – Concept of light footprint on
Environment

UNIT II RECYCLABLE AND RENEWABLE MATERIALS 09
Concept of Recyclable materials – Sustainable Building Materials – Life Cycle Design of
Materials – Biodegradable & Non-Biodegradable Materials – Green rating and Building Materials – LEED and other Green rating Systems – Concept of Resource rescue, Recycled content,
Regional materials, Rapidly renewable materials – Fly ash bricks, Cement – Recycled Steel,
Bamboo based products

UNIT III PASSIVE DESIGN IN MATERIALS 09
Passive Design and Material Choice – Traditional Building Materials – Importance of envelope
material in internal temperature control – Specification for walls and roofs in different climate – Material and Humidity Control
UNIT IV SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION 09
Design issues relating to sustainable development including site and ecology, community and
culture, health, materials, energy, and water- Domestic and Community buildings using self help
techniques of construction; adaptation, repair and management – portable architecture.

UNIT V ENERGY EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGIES 09
Energy Efficient Construction Technology – Filler Slab – Rat trap Bond – Technologies developed
by CBRI – Traditional Building Construction Technologies – Introduction to other Technological
interventions to save Energy – Intelligent Buildings – Energy Conservation through
Technological intervention – Saving Energy used f or lighting by design innovation – Case studies

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES:
 An understanding on sustainability as applicable to architecture and planning.
 Ability to critically analyse buildings with respect to sustainability.

REFERENCES:
1. Bansal Naveendra K., Hauser Gerd and Minke Gernot, “Passive Buildings Designs :
Handbook of Natural Climatic Control”, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam 1997
2. Givonji B., “Man, Climate and Architecture”, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1986
3. Koenigsberger O.H, T.G. Inger Soll, “Manual of tropical Housing and Building” Longman
Group United Kingdom, 2012
4. Watson Donald, ‘Climatic Design: Energy Efficient Building Principles & Practices”, Mc Graw
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