Luther, Mark 2008, A time for real building performance measurement, in ISES-AP 2008 : Proceedings of the 3rd International Solar Energy Society Conference, Asia Pacific Region 46th ANZSES Annual Conference, AP ISES, Sydney, N.S.W., pp. 1-9.
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ISES-AP 2008 : Proceedings of the 3rd International Solar Energy Society Conference, Asia Pacific Region 46th ANZSES Annual Conference
International Solar Energy Society and Asia Pacific Region Conference
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The Mobile Architecture and Built Environment Laboratory (MABEL) was conceived upon the principle of investigating building environmental performance in situ. MABEL provides the first means of integrated, on-site measurement of the key aspects of internal built environments; energy, lighting, air quality, ventilation, acoustics and comfort using state-ofthe- art technology and instrumentation. The intention of this paper is to explain the how and what need to be measured in our buildings if we are to search of a genuine performance answer as well as the information to provide a solution. Several results of real building measurement are provided here, suggesting that a national program on 'as performing' is required if we are to proceed in a sustainable manner.
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