Informații generale despre proiect:
The rapidly growing world energy use has already raised concerns in developed and developing countries, the environmental regulations are becoming stricter and this is noted in the recent European Directives which aware the need for reducing environmental impacts and to increase energy efficiency. It is well known that the construction industry is one of the major responsible of the environmental damages, buildings construction sectors are responsible for 36% of the global final energy consumption and nearly 40% of total direct and indirect CO2 emissions, so to manage these is important to start to calculate these emissions and the environment impact for both new and existing buildings.
Industrial sites employ energy-intensive systems to heat, ventilate, air condition, light, and otherwise support processes and personnel, these support functions consume up to 33% of all energy used in manufacturing sub-sectors. As the industrial buildings play a major role in the use of energy and natural resources, it is necessary to start to implement in the educational sector the carbon footprint, studies about the materials efficiency of the industrial areas through the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and the use of renewable energy sources to satisfy the energy demand of the industrial constructions for facilities and industrial processes. The need for energy restoration of the industrial buildings will highly help to implement in a pedagogical way the use of the new technologies such as thermography cameras, laser scanners and drones, in the energy efficiency combined with BIM (Building Information Modelling) and LCA.