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|Title:||Concept(s) of the energy-efficient house in the temperate regions of Australia : a critical review / Terence John Williamson.|
|Author:||Williamson, Terence John|
|School/Discipline:||Dept. of Architecture|
|Abstract:||In addressing the identification of the scope of energy-efficient goals within the broader design problem, the conceptions of the energy-efficient dwelling are examined, along with how published advice for the design of energy-efficient houses is derived from these conceptions, and the adequacy of this published advice as a basis for good design decisions.|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Architecture, 1997|
|Subject:||Dwellings South Australia Adelaide Design and construction.|
Dwellings Victoria Melbourne Design and construction.
Dwellings Energy conservation Victoria Melbourne.
Architecture and energy conservation Australia.
Dwellings Energy conservation South Australia Adelaide.
|Description:||Computer disk in pocket attached to back cover.|
Bibliography: leaves 159-170.
System requirements for accompanying computer disk: Macintosh or IBM compatible computer. Other requirements: Microsoft Excel V 5.0 or later.
ix, 228 leaves : ill., map ; 30 cm + 1 computer disk (3.5")
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