The present work is based on the elaboration of flexible multi-functional modules for public use assigned for waiting rooms, box-offices, hygienic services, kiosk and coffee-bars, employed for example to support the transport of intermodal services located in public areas. Usually realized after calamitous events to respond to emergency situations, such modules’ typologies are thought and planned to be used in the long term. On the base of the exposed criteria, prebuilt in the factory, the module (both in sections or completely) is decomposable and entirely re-employable on other sites, it is realized with a dry stratified technology and it is at high energy performance. The module is planned to realize a building at nearly zero energy consumption; for such end, simulations for the determination of the energy performance finalized to the choice of materials and/or functional layers are devised. On the base of the principles affirmed in the Document “Energy Roadmap 2050" (European Commission Communication 15.12.2011), section 3.1) not only should the realization of buildings to nearly zero energy consumption must concern residential or tertiary buildings, but also any type of building, even if temporary, detachable and/or movable. The use of such criterion must become of routine in the planning and realization of any type of building for any destination of use; besides, the building does not have to be an energy consumer but it must become a producer of it. Although the planning uses products and materials already present in the production process, it appears to be innovative because it uses renewable energy systems opportunely integrated.

Nearly zero energy multifunctional modules for public use

CAINI, MAURO;PAPARELLA, ROSSANA
2016

Abstract

The present work is based on the elaboration of flexible multi-functional modules for public use assigned for waiting rooms, box-offices, hygienic services, kiosk and coffee-bars, employed for example to support the transport of intermodal services located in public areas. Usually realized after calamitous events to respond to emergency situations, such modules’ typologies are thought and planned to be used in the long term. On the base of the exposed criteria, prebuilt in the factory, the module (both in sections or completely) is decomposable and entirely re-employable on other sites, it is realized with a dry stratified technology and it is at high energy performance. The module is planned to realize a building at nearly zero energy consumption; for such end, simulations for the determination of the energy performance finalized to the choice of materials and/or functional layers are devised. On the base of the principles affirmed in the Document “Energy Roadmap 2050" (European Commission Communication 15.12.2011), section 3.1) not only should the realization of buildings to nearly zero energy consumption must concern residential or tertiary buildings, but also any type of building, even if temporary, detachable and/or movable. The use of such criterion must become of routine in the planning and realization of any type of building for any destination of use; besides, the building does not have to be an energy consumer but it must become a producer of it. Although the planning uses products and materials already present in the production process, it appears to be innovative because it uses renewable energy systems opportunely integrated.
2016
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