Comparative Study of Conventional And Green Residential Building


Authors : AMJAD NASSER, ASMIN ASHRAF,DILNA K. SALIM , GAYATHRI P., VISHNU N

Volume/Issue : Volume 2 - 2017, Issue 4 - April

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A green building uses less energy, water and natural resources, creates less waste and is healthier for the people living inside compared to a standard building. There is a rapidly expanding market for green building materials. Green building provide suitable environment by controlling solar radiation temperature, energy efficiency, water conservation using domestic treatment plant and indoor air quality. The main aim of green buildings is to reduce the environmental impact of new buildings. The sustainability in the environment can be well achieved by reducing the energy emission and consumption by the buildings. Sustainability means using the energy efficiently. Green Building refers to a structure that is environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building’s life-cycle. The aim of this project is to conduct a comparative study on conventional and green residential building. Data regarding temperature details are represented in energy simulation software – Energy 2D. A study on various green building rating system is to be conducted. Rate of water consumption and electricity consumption, waste generated in the selected building were collected for grading the building using LEED certification. A model showing all elements of green building such as rainwater harvesting plant, biogas plant, grey water filter, cooling tunnel, etc. were made.

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