Chastas Panagiotis, Theodosiu Theodoros, Bikas Dimitrios
Rubrique:Usages de l’énergie
Titre Ouvrage:Embodied energy in residential buildings-towards the nearly zero energy building: A literature review
Édition:Bulding and Environment
This literature review addresses the Life Cycle Energy Analysis (LCEA) of residential buildings. As the fluctuation in the choice of functional units, boundaries of the system, life cycle inventory (LCI) methods, metrics and impact indicators complicated the potential comparability, the guidelines of Product Category Rule (PCR) 2014:02 for buildings were applied for the normalization procedure. Even though PCR provided a clear statement of the boundaries and a complete presentation of the results, uncertainty deriving from the LCI methods and the omissions in the system boundaries indicates that further standardization is needed. The sample consisted of 90 LCEA case studies of conventional, passive, low energy and nearly zero energy residential buildings (nZEB).
Available on line : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360132316301986
(Accessed on january 2017)