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Energy Efficiency Solutions for Historic Buildings

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Energy Efficiency Solutions for Historic Buildings
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Publisher: Birkhäuser
ISBN/ASIN: 3038216461
Number of pages: 336

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This handbook holistically summarises the principles for the energy retrofitting of historic buildings, from the first diagnosis to the adequately designed intervention: preservation of the historic structure, user comfort, and energy efficiency. The content was developed by an interdisciplinary team of researchers.

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