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Author: Steven V. Szokolay
ISBN13: 978-0851395708
Title: Solar Energy and Building
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Language: English
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Publisher: Architectural Press; 2nd Revised edition edition (October 1977)
Pages: 120

Solar Energy and Building by Steven V. Szokolay

by. Steven Vajk Szokolay.

Rubrics: Solar heating Solar energy Solar houses. ; mit einem Vorwort von Ernst Breit und Heinz-Werner Meyer. by Wolfgang Däubler, Wolfgang Lecher (Hrsg. ISBN: 3766321889 Publication & Distribution: Köln Download book Solar energy and building, S. V. Szokolay.

World Solar Architecture. 95953/?tag prabook0b-20. Szokolay, Steven Vajk was born on November 22, 1927 in Budapest. Emigrated to Australia, 1957. Son of Bela Istvan and Marta (Tompa) Szokolay. Graduate in Architecture, University New South Wales, 1961.

Steven V Szokolay Department of Architecture, The University of Queensland Brisbane 4072 AUSTRALIA . zokolaybox. Abstract This paper attempts to give a potted history of solar energy (and energy conservation) work over the last 30 years in an obviously biased way: through the personal reminiscences of the writer. Objectivity or completeness is not even implied.

Steven Szokolay, author of Introduction to Architectural Science: The Basis of Sustainable Design, on LibraryThing. Steven Szokolay is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Steven Szokolay is composed of 5 names. You can examine and separate out names.

Fig. 4 The psychrometric chart, with SET lines superimposed (after Szokolay, 1980).

Fully updated and expanded throughout, the book provides the data required for architects to design buildings that will maintain the users comfort in a variety of conditions, with minimal reliance on energy intensive methods like air conditioning. This is not a & to' book but answers the question why. It equips the reader with the tools to realize the full potential of the good intentions of sustainable, bioclimatic design.

He has experience in architectural practice in Sydney, Australia, and has taught extensively, including positions at the University of Queensland (Australia), the University of East Africa (Nairobi) and in London (UK). The content is good and this is one of the few books that bridges between architecture and building technology in a clear manner. This is why I am using it. My problem with the book is that it is sometimes a little too complicated - the explanations are not deep enough and the author also assumes a certain amount of background knowledge in the subject matter. This is bad because this is an introductory book, so there should be no such assumptions.

Routledge, Jun 20, 2008 - Architecture - 360 pages. Introducing the basics of architectural science, this book is an ideal reference, providing an understanding of the physical basis of architectural design. The knowledge gained from this book equips the reader with the tools to realize the full potential of the good intentions of sustainable, bioclimatic design.