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benimpactIntegrated Life Cycle Design for Buildings: Invest in Simulation to Increase Comfort and Environmental Sustainability at a Reasonable Cost

With the evolution of both technological and cultural aspects on sustainability, the building industry is facing the need to reconcile energy savings and environmental and economic sustainability during both construction and operation phases. The more comprehensive theme of “life cycle sustainability” involves all members in the production.

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unisalentoStructural optimization of a bridge beam section subjected to instability of equilibrium

It is well known that in the design of thin-walled structures, extreme attention must be made to the instability of equilibrium problem. This phenomenon involves a performance characteristics loss of the element in which it is manifested, almost instantaneous. If the is a single structural element it can be called local instability”.

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       unisaTopological Optimization procedure for civil steel frame design

In the Civil Engineering industry, design optimization of structural components is often obtained through methods applied on already existing solutions. These methods are based on a “library” approach which allows the selection of materials and dimensions, overlooking where they are located.

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unisaecoMulti-Objective Optimization Analysis for Selection of Eco-Friendly Materials According to Itaca Protocol for Zero Energy Buildings in the Mediterranean Climate

The recent worldwide environmental issues impose to reduce the energy consumption and the greenhouse gas emissions of the building sector, keeping in mind the whole life cycle of construction materials. The Itaca protocol (Institute for Innovation and Transparency of Contracts and Environmental Sustainability) promotes the use of recycled, renewable and locally sourced materials.

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