CO2 Emissions and Cost by Floor Types of Public Apartment Houses in South Korea
AbstractIn each country in the world, there is a strong need for all industries to reduce CO2 emissions for sustainable development as a preparation for climatic change. The biggest issue in many developed countries, including the United States, is to reduce CO2 emissions for the upcoming implementation of Carbon Emissions Trading. The construction industry, in particular, which accounts for up about 30% of CO2 emissions, will need studies on the amount of CO2 emissions. The purpose of this study is to present the most environmentally friendly and economical apartment house plan types according to the increasing number of layers by evaluating the amount of CO2 emissions and economic efficiency. The results indicated that flat and Y-shaped types are more eco-friendly and economical in lower levels of less than 20 stories. However, the L-shaped type is more highly eco-friendly and economically efficient in higher levels of more than 20 stories. The results of this paper would help to make a decision on the building types and the number of stories in the early stages of construction. View Full-Text
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Jang, H.J.; Kim, T.H.; Chae, C.U. CO2 Emissions and Cost by Floor Types of Public Apartment Houses in South Korea. Sustainability 2016, 8, 445.
Jang HJ, Kim TH, Chae CU. CO2 Emissions and Cost by Floor Types of Public Apartment Houses in South Korea. Sustainability. 2016; 8(5):445.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jang, Hyoung J.; Kim, Tae H.; Chae, Chang U. 2016. "CO2 Emissions and Cost by Floor Types of Public Apartment Houses in South Korea." Sustainability 8, no. 5: 445.
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