• Future Housing Energy Efficiency Associated with the Auckland Unitary Plan 

      Su, Bin (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2014)
      Based on energy consumption of 200 Auckland sample houses, mean extra winter energy is a large portion (28.4%) of mean winter energy of Auckland sample houses. Mean total winter energy consumption is also a large portion ...
    • The impact of passive design factors on house energy efficiency 

      Su, Bin (2011)
      The energy consumption of a house can be affected simultaneously by many building design factors related to its main architectural features, building elements and materials. The relationship between the building design ...
    • Impacts of building design factors on Auckland school energy consumptions 

      Su, Bin (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2013)
      This study focuses on the impact of school building design factors on winter extra energy consumption which mainly includes space heating, water heating and other appliances related to winter indoor thermal conditions. A ...
    • Indoor moisture control of Auckland houses with different ventilation systems 

      Su, Bin (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2013)
      Auckland has a temperate climate with comfortable warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Auckland house design not only focus on winter thermal performance and indoor thermal condition, but also indoor moisture control, ...
    • Prevention of Winter Mould Growth in Housing 

      Su, Bin (2006)
      This paper reports on a study that researched the possibility of building passive designs to prevent mould growth in housing in humid and mild winter climatic zones without permanent thermal active controls. This study ...