Benchmarking the energy performance of office buildings: a Data Envelopment Analysis approach
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///Paper release, March 2017. El artículo “Benchmarking the energy performance of office buildings: a Data Envelopment Analysis approach” escrito por Dra. Maria Molinos, investigadora del proyecto FONDEF Fachada Variable en conjunto con Dr. Felipe Encinas y Dra. Francisca Ureta ha … Read More

Baseline of energy consumption and indoor air quality of office buildings in Santiago de Chile
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The project aimed to characterize the energy consumption of office buildings built in Santiago between 2005 and 2011 through indicators that explain its energy performance, the architectural qualities of the surroundings, the characteristics of its surroundings, the perception of users … Read More

Energy performance of office buildings in Santiago, Chile: results of unregulated and high solar radiation context
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In Chile, non-residential buildings are not subject to regulations in regard of energy consumption or indoor environmental quality. With the exception of urban aspects related to volume and sun obstructions, other aspects such as energy performance or façade performance are … Read More

Office Buildings in Santiago: What are we doing from the point of view of energy consumption?
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This paper presents an analysis of the energy performance of office buildings built in Santiago between 2005 and 2011. Based on information collected in-situ with facility managers and municipal archives, a database was developed, focused on characterizing the shape, façade … Read More

Thermal and lighting perception in four fully glazed office buildings in Santiago, Chile
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This paper is part of a general research project whose main objective is to establish a baseline for post-occupancy energy consumption and indoor environmental quality for office buildings in Santiago, Chile. This study aims at understanding how architectonical variables relate … Read More