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- PublisherElsevier Science & Technology
- Date of Publication23/02/2015
- GenreCivil Engineering & Environmental Engineering
- Place of PublicationCambridge
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintWoodhead Publishing Ltd
- Weight900 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Edited byClaes G. Granqvist,F. Pacheco Torgal,Fernando Pacheco-Torgal,Joao Labrincha,Luisa F. Cabeza
- Table Of ContentsCh 1- Introduction F. Pacheco-Torgal, University of Minho, Portugal PART I. PAVEMENTS FOR MITIGATING URBAN HEAT ISLAND EFFECTS Ch 2 - Coating materials to increase pavement's surface reflectance N Xie, Harbin Institute of Technology, China Ch 3 - Pavements made of concrete with high solar reflectance Farhad Reza, University of California, USA Ch. 4 - Comparison of the performance of concrete and asphalt materials H. Li, University of California, USA PART II. FACADE MATERIALS FOR REDUCING COOLING NEEDS Ch. 5 - Green facades and living walls: vertical vegetation as a construction material Irina Susorovo, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA Ch. 6 - Comparing the performance of different facade materials N Alchapar, INCIHUSA, Argentina Ch. 7 - Lotus ceramics for counteracting urban heat island effects Kiyoshi Okada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Ch. 8 - Innovative evaporative cooling walls Alessandro Carbonari, Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Italy PART III. ROOFING MATERIALS FOR REDUCING COOLING NEEDS Ch. 9 - High albedo roof coatings for reducing cooling needs Anna Laura Pisello, University of Perugia, Italy Ch 10 - Solar cooling with hydrophilic porous materials for reducing cooling needs D. Karamanis, University of Ioannina, Greece Ch 11 - Cool green roofs for reducing cooling needs Yann-Jou Lin, National Taiwan University, Taiwan Ch 12 - Influence of damaged vegetation on the reduction of cooling needs A. F. Speak, The University of Manchester, UK Ch 13 - Technical and economic analysis of green roofs to reduce cooling needs Fabrizio Ascione, University of Naples, Italy PART IV. PCMS AND CHROMOGENIC SMART MATERIALS FOR REDUCING COOLING NEEDS Ch. 14 - PCMs for reducing cooling needs Luisa F. Cabeza, University of Lleida, Spain Ch. 15 - Nanomaterials embedded PCMs for reducing building cooling needs S.Kalaiselvam, Anna University, India Ch. 16 - Thermocromic materials for reducing cooling needs Claes Granqvist, Uppsala University, Sweden Ch. 17 - Electrochromic walls for reducing cooling needs Marco Pittaluga, Cagliari University, Italy Ch. 18 - Electrochromic windows impact in the energy performance of buildings in Mediterranean climates: A case study P.Tavares, INESC Coimbra, Portugal
- Author BiographyFernando Pacheco-Torgal is a Senior Researcher in the C-TAC Research Centre at the University of Minho, Portugal. He has authored almost 300 publications, including 96 in ISI Web of Science-WoS and 92 on Scopus. Having received 798 citations in WoS (h-index=15) and 1125 citations on Scopus (h-index=18). He has a SCI Platinum h=30 the highest in the field of civil in Portugal. He has also been the Lead Editor of 14 international books, with more than 500 contributors from 52 countries in the five continents. Prof. Dr. Luisa F. Cabeza is a full professor on Thermal Engineering at the University of Lleida, Spain. She holds a degree in Industrial Engineering and in Chemical Engineering, as well as a MBA and a PhD in Industrial Engineering (University Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain). Prof. Cabeza's research interests include thermal energy storage in all its aspects, from the different technologies (sensible, latent and sorption&chemical reactions) to different applications. Further research interests include social aspects (social acceptance, social evaluation, etc.). She is active in different national and international networks on the topic and she holds numerous awards. Prof. Cabeza has co-authored more than 250 journal papers and book chapters in the area of thermal energy storage. Claes Goran Granqvist is a Senior Professor of Solid State Physics at the Angstrom Laboratory, Uppsala University, Sweden. His research is focused on optical and electrical properties of materials, especially thin films for energy efficiency and solar energy utilization. Professor Granqvist has been a member of the CEI-Europe Faculty since 2002.
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