Life cycle energy performances of a Net Zero Energy prefabricated building in Sicily

Maurizio Cellura, Giovanni Tumminia, Francesco Guarino, Sonia Longo, Davide Aloisio, Marina Mistretta, Vincenzo Antonucci, Marina Mistretta

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Abstract

The paper presents the energy performances in a life cycle perspective of a prefabricated building. The building was simulated in energy plus and validated on monitored data. To avoid the shifting of energy burdens from one life cycle stage to others, a Life Cycle Energy Assessment was performed.The primary energy use throughout the building’s life cycle is 1,242 GJ. The materials production stage consumes the highest amount of primary energy (680 GJ) followed by the use stage (484 GJ), while the construction and end-of-life require respectively 1.7 % and the 4.6 % of total primary energy.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)486-494
Numero di pagine9
RivistaEnergy Procedia
Volume140
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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Life cycle energy performances of a Net Zero Energy prefabricated building in Sicily. / Cellura, Maurizio; Tumminia, Giovanni; Guarino, Francesco; Longo, Sonia; Aloisio, Davide; Mistretta, Marina; Antonucci, Vincenzo; Mistretta, Marina.

In: Energy Procedia, Vol. 140, 2017, pag. 486-494.

Risultato della ricerca: Conference article

Cellura, Maurizio ; Tumminia, Giovanni ; Guarino, Francesco ; Longo, Sonia ; Aloisio, Davide ; Mistretta, Marina ; Antonucci, Vincenzo ; Mistretta, Marina. / Life cycle energy performances of a Net Zero Energy prefabricated building in Sicily. In: Energy Procedia. 2017 ; Vol. 140. pagg. 486-494.
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