TYPOLOGY OF BUILDINGS
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Typology of building is grouping the building in a way that groups of public buildings may be separated per relevant energy efficiency indicators. Typology is an overall classification of buildings, where the quality of building is evaluated against the energy features.
Typology of public buildings includes the following variables (indicators):
1) General information (location of public building and type of public institution)
2) General construction information (year of construction, appearance and shape of premises, height of buildings, number of floors, number of underground floors, composition of outside wall construction, structure of roof construction, types of windows, type of window glasses, average U value of window, total surface of window, total surface of facade, total surface of roof, size of buildings and percentage of heated volume of building).
3) Energy indicators (specific actual annual energy consumption, types of fuel used for heating in the building, heating days per year for building location, heating capacities of boiler, estimated efficiency of annual use of fuel, annual demand for heating energy and loads)
4) Behavioural indicators (number of employees, number of users and daily working hours)
With development of 6 energy efficiency studies including over 2000 public buildings, CRP collected plenty of information about the buildings from the entire BiH, on the basis of which the first typology of public buildings in BiH is conducted.
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Contact person is MARKO NIŠANDŽIĆ