3 TOPICS Introduction to GREEN BUILDING Importance of GREEN BUILDING Materials used in GREEN BUILDINGMerits & DemeritsGreen building concept in INDIA
4 “Green building technology should reach all” Definition :- "It is the practice of increasing efficiency with which buildings use resources-energy,water and materials-while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment“Green building technology should reach all”
5 ConceptThe ‘Green building’ concept is gaining importance in various countries , including India. These are buildings that ensure that waste is minimizes at every stage during the construction and operation of the building , resulting in low costs , according to experts in the technology .The techniques associated with the ‘Green building’ include measures to prevent erosion of soil , rainwater harvesting , use of solar energy , preparation of landscapes to reduce in usage of water , recycling of waste and use of world class energy efficient practices.A similar concept is NATURAL BUILDING , which is usually on a smaller scale and tends to focus on the use of natural materials that are available locally.
6 How To Make Green Building? A green building is a structure that is environmentally responsible and resource efficient throughout its life-cycle . These objectives expand and complement the classical building design , concerns of economy , utility , durability and comfort.
7 IMPORTANCE OF GREEN BUILDING Nowadays, we should make a way to maximize our natural resources to help our mother earth to get relief from the pollutions like global warming that we all are experiencing . Non renewable resources are expensive and unsafe . Through this green building technology we can save a lot of energy.Green building are practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building’s life-cycle: from siting to design , construction , operation , maintenance , renovation and deconstruction.
8 Source of materials Renewable sources : Forests Reuse from waste : old plumbing , doors etc…..
9 Wool brickObtained by adding wool and a natural polymer found in seaweed to the clay of brick37% more strength than burnt bricksResistant for cold and wet climate
10 Sustainable concrete Crushed glass Wood chips or slag – a byproduct of steel manufacturing.Reduces the emission of CO2.
11 Solar Tiles Exist to simply protect a building. They spend a large portion of the day absorbing energy from the sun.
12 Paper Insulation Made from recycled newspapers and cardboard. Then filled with chemical foam.Insect resistant & fire retardant.
13 Triple –Glazed Window Super-efficient windows. Stops heat to enter the building & from direct sunlight.
14 Eco FriendlyUse Bamboo replacing the steel bars.
16 Merits & Demerits of GREEN BUILDING Healthier lifestyle and recreationEfficient Technologies.Easier Maintenance.Return on Investment.Improved indoor air quality.Energy efficiency.Water efficiency.Water reductionTemperature moderationWater conservationEconomical construction for poor.DEMERITSInitial cost is highAvailability of materialsNeed more time to constructNeed skill worker.
18 GREEN BUILDING POLICY & CODES NATIONAL BUILDING CODE(NBC)THE BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS (BIS)ENERGY CONSERVATION BUILDING CODE (ECBC)THE BUREAU OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY (BEE)ENVIORNMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA)THE MINISTRY OF ENVIORNMENTAL AND FOREST (MoFE).
21 CONTENTS Defining Intelligent building. Components of an intelligent building.Intelligent building at work.Intelligent building at home.
22 Defining intelligent building A building that integrates technology and process to create a facility that is safer, more comfortable and productive for its occupants, and more operationally efficient for its owners. Advanced technology—combined with improved processes for design, construction and operations—provide a superior indoor environment that improves occupant comfort and productivity while reducing energy consumption and operations staffing.
23 conti…..Building management: Building automation and the physical environment.Space management: Building’s internal space and operating cost , Capabilities and flexibilities to accommodate changes , personal moves and connectivityBusiness management: Management of the organization’s core business.
25 Defining Intelligent Building Major IB featuresAutomatic reactions (adjust internal conditions)Effective communication & IT managementResponsiveness to changesIntegrated pyramidSingle function/dedicated systemsMultifunctional systemsIntegrated systemsComputer integrated building
26 Components of an IB Integration of various building systems Energy management systemLighting management systemSecurity systems & fire safetyTelecommunications & office automationLocal area networks (LANs)Cabling managementIntelligent maintenance mgt. system (IMMS)Computer aided facility management (CAFM)
27 Components of an IB Four main aspects: Facility management Take care & maintain various functions for occupant comfort & operationInformation managementOffice automation (OA), LAN, wiringCommunicationTel/Fax, , video telecommunicationControlDDC, building automation system
28 Components of an IB Major categories: Energy efficiency Energy management and controlLifesafety systemsFire alarm and securityTelecommunications systemsPABX telephone, videotext, cablevision,Workplace automationData processing, word processing, CAD, information services
29 IB @ Work Current and future development New ways of working More interactionMore collaboration (physically or electronically)More individual autonomyNew patterns of space useMore group spacesMore shared spacesMore space for concentrationMore intermittent space use
30 IB @ Home Future home Home networking Internet appliances Webcam, web phonese-books, video wallsHome officeVirtual clinic/hospital……