SEDL / STP / STP901-EB
Building Performance: Function, Preservation, and Rehabilitation
Researchers and practitioners offer recommendations on how to improve building performance. Theme A covers the scope, structure, and evaluation of building performance. Theme B focuses on historical buildings and building materials, including the rehabilitation of masonry, stone and wood, nondestructive testing of masonry and stone facades, and damage to the building fabric.
Table of Contents
The Concept of Total Building Performance and Building Diagnostics
Hartkopf V., Loftness V., Mill P.
The Role of Occupancy Analysis in Diagnosing Total Building Performance
John Z., Pleasantine D., Polly W.
Designing and Building with Rehabilitation in Mind
Archea J., Farbstein J., Kantrowitz M., Shibley R., Wineman J., Zimring C.
A Touring-Interview Method of Building Evaluation; the Place of Evaluation in Building Rehabilitation
Daish J., Gray J., Kernohan D.
Developmental History of Institutions—Life History of Their Buildings
Planning Standard Guidelines for Inspection and Evaluation of the Structural Condition of Existing Buildings
Promoting Energy-Efficient Rehabilitation and New Infill Construction in the Inner City
Hartkopf V., Loftness V.
Potential Hazards Resulting from the Misapplication of Energy Conservation Measures in Existing Religious Buildings
Technology of Preserving Wood Structures
A Method for Determining the Allowable Strength of In-Place Wood Structural Members
Lessons Learned from Investigations of Over 500 Distressed Masonry and Stone Facades
Chin I., Kellermeyer K.
Diagnosis of Building Condition by Neutron-Gamma Ray Technique
Evans L., Livingston R., Taylor T., Trombka J.
Evaluation of Building Deterioration by Water Runoff
Paper ID: STP901-EB
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