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Performance prediction tools for low impact building design

Clarke, J.A. (2002) Performance prediction tools for low impact building design. In: Proceedings of EPIC 02 Conference. Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre, Sint-Stevens-Woluwe.

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IT systems are emerging that may be used to support decisions relating to the design of a built enviroment that has low impact in terms of energy use and environmental emissions. This paper summarises this prospect in relation to four complementary application areas: digital cities, rational planning, virtual design and Internet energy services.