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Cities and Energy: Urban Morphology and Residential Heat-Energy Demand
This article examines the theoretical heat-energy demand of different types of urban form at a scale of 500 m × 500 m.
The study looks at typical residential building typologies in Paris, London, Berlin, and Istanbul using real and idealized samples.
The simulation looked at solar gains, building surface energy losses, U-vales and glazing ratios, and climate effects.
“Compact and tall building types were found to have the greatest heat-energy efficiency at the neighbourhood scale while detached housing was found to have the lowest.”
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