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İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi (2013)

A Study To Evaluate The Passive House In Turkey

DEMİREL Banu

Titre : A Study To Evaluate The Passive House In Turkey

Pasif Ev Uygulamasının Türkiye İçin Değerlendirilmesine Yönelik Bir Çalışma

Auteur : DEMİREL Banu

Université de soutenance : İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi

Grade : Master of Science (MS) 2013

Résumé
Nowadays, with the rapid depletion of fossil energy and the increasing of the greenhouse gas emissions into the environment have become a common problem in the whole world. For this reason, some countries have variety of policies on researching and finding out recent depelopments in renewable energy sources. On building bases, regulations regarding the use of energy in an efficient way and energy efficient design parameters are developed. In Europe especially in cold cilmates such as Sweden, Norway and the northern countries, high energy savings have been obtained with the regulations regarding the use of energy efficiently in buildings. With the principle of Passive House which was originally developed in Germany, passive houses use about % 90 less energy to heat, while standardizing the term of thermal insulation, air tight construction, avoiding thermal bridges, highly insulated windows and heat recovery ventilation system. A Passive House is a very well-insulated, air-tight building that is primarily heated by passive solar gain and by internal gains from people, electrical equipment, etc. which provides a good indoor air quality. A heat recovery ventilation system provides a constant, balanced fresh air supply and energy uses are minimised. The result of the usage of these systems is extraordinary reductions in energy use and carbon emission in passive houses. To achive the passive house standard 15kWh/m year is required for the maximum space heating and cooling demand, 120 kWh/m year is required for the maximum total primary energy demand. Today in many countries all over the world, from single and multifamily residences, to schools, factories and office buildings many in the building sector have applied passive house standard to design. According to the information, in this study, while considering the renewable energy potential in our country, it is aimed to evaluate the passive house standarts in our country with the thought of getting high efficient results. For this purpose, a case study is designed according to the standards of passive house in İstanbul which represent temperate-humid climate, in Ankara which represent temperate-arid climate and in Antalya which represent hot humid climate in order to evaluate the study in these regions by means of simulation programs.

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