Application of Sensitivity Analysis in Design of Sustainable Buildings

Per Heiselberg, Henrik Brohus, Allan Tind Hesselholt, Henrik Erreboe Schou Rasmussen, Erkki Seinre, Sara Thomas

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelSDBE 2007 : Sustainable Development of Building and Environment
Antal sider8
ForlagChongqing University
Publikationsdato2007
StatusUdgivet - 2007
BegivenhedSustainable Development of Building and Environment - Chongqing, Kina
Varighed: 25 sep. 200727 sep. 2007

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KonferenceSustainable Development of Building and Environment
LandKina
ByChongqing
Periode25/09/200727/09/2007

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Heiselberg, P., Brohus, H., Hesselholt, A. T., Rasmussen, H. E. S., Seinre, E., & Thomas, S. (2007). Application of Sensitivity Analysis in Design of Sustainable Buildings. I SDBE 2007: Sustainable Development of Building and Environment Chongqing University.
Heiselberg, Per ; Brohus, Henrik ; Hesselholt, Allan Tind ; Rasmussen, Henrik Erreboe Schou ; Seinre, Erkki ; Thomas, Sara. / Application of Sensitivity Analysis in Design of Sustainable Buildings. SDBE 2007: Sustainable Development of Building and Environment. Chongqing University, 2007.
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Heiselberg, P, Brohus, H, Hesselholt, AT, Rasmussen, HES, Seinre, E & Thomas, S 2007, Application of Sensitivity Analysis in Design of Sustainable Buildings. i SDBE 2007: Sustainable Development of Building and Environment. Chongqing University, Sustainable Development of Building and Environment, Chongqing, Kina, 25/09/2007.

Application of Sensitivity Analysis in Design of Sustainable Buildings. / Heiselberg, Per; Brohus, Henrik; Hesselholt, Allan Tind; Rasmussen, Henrik Erreboe Schou; Seinre, Erkki; Thomas, Sara.

SDBE 2007: Sustainable Development of Building and Environment. Chongqing University, 2007.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingKonferenceartikel i proceedingForskningpeer review

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