Environmental science in building

Author: McMullan, Randall

Date published

2 March 2015

Price
Free to members
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Environmental science in building

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Environmental science in building
Date published

2 March 2015

Author

McMullan, Randall

Price

Free to members

Author

McMullan, Randall

The science, technology and services that relate to the comfort of humans and the environmental performance of buildings.

This popular text is designed to be useful, at all levels, to students and practitioners of architecture, construction studies, building services, surveying, and environmental science.

This new edition has been thoroughly updated and the contents reorganised to ensure optimum presentation and understanding of topics.

Covering a range of topical areas including climate change, carbon and energy management, sustainability in construction, and sick and green buildings, this remains the key introductory text for understanding the principles and theories of the environmental science behind construction.

Key features of the seventh edition are:

  • Clear and accessible text layout for ease of use
  • Minimum prior knowledge of science and mathematics assumed
  • Worked examples explained step-by-step
  • Fully updated dynamic illustrations and figures
  • Large resource sections of supporting information and references

 

Additional information

Format:
eBook
ISBN:
9780230390355
Pages:
433
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan

Tags

Education Climate change E-book Library

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