Embodied Energy in Buildings Materials of Middle-Class Residential House: A Case Study
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2020 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Authors : Hendrino, Mohd Zin Bin Kandar, I Nengah Tela, Boy Yendra Tamin
|DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I8P213S|
MLA Style: Hendrino, Mohd Zin Bin Kandar, I Nengah Tela, Boy Yendra Tamin "Embodied Energy in Buildings Materials of Middle-Class Residential House: A Case Study" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.8(2020):68-74.
APA Style:Hendrino, Mohd Zin Bin Kandar, I Nengah Tela, Boy Yendra Tamin. Embodied Energy in Buildings Materials of Middle-Class Residential House: A Case Study International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(8),68-74.
while sustainability is an emerging plan in Indonesia, embodied energy is not a significant concern in West Sumatra. This study provides an insight into the embodied energy of a typical building. This study aimed to determine the average total embodied energy of middle-class residents in Padang City of West Sumatra Province, Indonesia. The methodology used included a content analysis of building design drawings and specifications and observation of six selected middle-class residents` construction activities. The floor area of the residents ranges from 312 m2 to 638 m2. Based on that information, the embodied energy in transportation and production stages were calculated to determine total embodied energy. It was found that the total embodied energy of middle-class residents ranges from 3.010 GJ/m2 to 3.790 GJ/m2, with an average of 3.38 GJ/m2. The data, methodology, and findings are useful for future research in sustainable construction. The results could be a reference in comparing energy performance with similar residents in other developing countries.
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Embodied Energy, Building Materials, Transport, Energy, Residential House.