The study of Building development for Energy efficiency: Case study of Educational Buildings.
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Nowadays, energy consumption is increasing steadily. If we uncontrolled use of energy and not to study to improve the building envelope, It may impair many long-term costs. The study of Building development for Energy efficiency is an alternative to increased energy performance in building and guidelines to improve the existing building, as the energy conservation building. This research was conducted educational building (Faculty of Architecture building) as case study, 5 storey; Total areas 6,339.28 square meters; Air conditioned areas 52.01% of the total area; Window to wall ratio (WWR) in air conditioned areas is 0.256; Most of the window are dark coolgray float glass 6, 12 mm.; Exterior walls are white masonry; Hip roof thatched with concrete tile, fiber glass insulation; The building were simulated by BEC software, It was found the total energy consumption 587,041.07 kWh/Year; OTTV 63.63 W/m2 exceed the required standards. Which are the main factors in air conditioning systems and thermal transfer through the building envelope.