Modeling and Implementation of an Adaptive Facade Design for Energy Efficiently Buildings Based Biomimicry

2020-01-01
Nalcaci, Gozde
Nalçacı, Gamze
In the present and future, the buildings more qualified and energy saved to their inevitable surroundings has turned into a need and turn into a critical research point. To accomplish total decarbonization inside the buildings is vital to change structures from wasteful vitality consumers into net-zero vitality structures. This paper displays a modeled biomimetic way to deal with encourage the implementation of a shielding form to eco-friendly buildings and improve the advancement of the building structure. The shielding type contributes to consumption of energy thanks to the movement of kinetic cells placed on the outer surface of the building, provides comfort for usage and maintains the thermal balance for residents. Our design can be implemented as a coating material reducing cooling and heating electricity consumption for building facades that we will use in smart cities soon and adapted to self-supporting building types.
Citation Formats
G. Nalcaci and G. Nalçacı, “Modeling and Implementation of an Adaptive Facade Design for Energy Efficiently Buildings Based Biomimicry,” 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/88557.