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5 June 2023

     17:38  Energy demand‎‎ 4 changes history +783 [Elie‎ (4×)]
     
17:38 (cur | prev) +393 Elie talk contribs →‎Tables
     
17:15 (cur | prev) +383 Elie talk contribs →‎Tables
     
15:04 (cur | prev) +4 Elie talk contribs →‎Tables: Fixed the dp usa.residential.cooling
     
14:43 (cur | prev) +3 Elie talk contribs →‎Tables

3 June 2023

N    22:31  Passivhaus‎‎ 3 changes history +1,002 [Elie‎ (3×)]
     
22:31 (cur | prev) +6 Elie talk contribs
     
02:08 (cur | prev) +192 Elie talk contribs →‎Construction costs
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00:56 (cur | prev) +804 Elie talk contribs Created page with "A '''passivhaus''' is any building designed to maintain a comfortable indoor air temperature without any active heating or cooling. To stay warm in the winter, a passivhaus relies on sunlight and good insulation. The colder the winter, the more insulation is needed. ===Construction costs=== {{sum|{{rn}} }} Passivehauses are more complex to build, requiring more labor & energy {{qn}} and possibly rarer materials. The increased environmental footprint of..."
     22:16  File:u value walls table.png‎‎ 2 changes history +535 [Elie‎ (2×)]
     
22:16 (cur | prev) +47 Elie talk contribs →‎Summary
     
01:54 (cur | prev) +488 Elie talk contribs →‎Summary
     22:15  (Upload log) [Elie‎ (2×)]
     
22:15 Elie talk contribs uploaded File:u value windows table.png(U-values needed for windows in a passivhaus design. <small> <cite>Source: [https://blog.passivehouse-international.org/ug-uf-uw-uwhat-an-intro-to-the-u-value-and-those-most-important-to-passive-house-design/ Ug, Uf, Uw, Uwhat? : An intro to the U-value and those most important to Passive House design]</cite> Description: <q>Maximum heat transfer coefficient for vertically installed windows by climate. |Table adapted from [https://passiv.de/downloads/03_certification_criteria_transparen...)
     
01:47 Elie talk contribs uploaded File:u value walls table.png(U-values needed for walls in a passivhaus design. Source: [https://blog.passivehouse-international.org/ug-uf-uw-uwhat-an-intro-to-the-u-value-and-those-most-important-to-passive-house-design/ Ug, Uf, Uw, Uwhat? : An intro to the U-value and those most ...])
N    02:02  Passive house diffhist +24 Elie talk contribs Redirected page to Passivhaus Tag: New redirect

2 June 2023

N    14:22  Evaporative cooling diffhist +166 Elie talk contribs Created page with "Uses the evaporation of water for cooling the air in homes & buildings. ==Types== {{empty}} ==Considerations== ===Water consumption=== {{sum|{{qn}} }} {{empty}}"
N    00:29  Subdividing diffhist +1,573 Elie talk contribs Created page with "==Motivations== There's often a lack of single-person housing, or housing in general. Subdividing is probably cheaper and more environmentally-friendly than building all new units from scratch. ==Types / examples== * Apartments into studios * Single-detached houses into duplexes ==Considerations== ===Size & space=== {{sum|Sufficient}} A studio or one-bedroom apartment is suited for a single person, especially if affordable and in a walkable area. A half-duplex is..."
     00:04  Does expensive housing indirectly help the poor diffhist +145 Elie talk contribs →‎See also

1 June 2023

N    23:58  Commercial to residential diffhist +45 Elie talk contribs Created page with "==Types== * Converting offices to housing"
N    23:57  Does expensive housing indirectly help the poor diffhist +1,677 Elie talk contribs Created page with "Does expensive housing indirectly help the poor? ===No, if the new housing is expensive to ''build''.=== Materials & labor are both in limited supply. Expensive construction puts more strain on natural resources, leaving less for the poor. Oldschool economists may say otherwise, but this is because they downplay ecological limits, and/or exaggerate the rate at which technological progress can improve {{alt|energy|labor|materials}} efficiency of construction. ===No, if..."
N    23:37  Single-person housing‎‎ 2 changes history +1,401 [Elie‎ (2×)]
     
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22:12 (cur | prev) +1,366 Elie talk contribs Created page with "In some regions, single people vastly outnumber single-person housing units. For example in Canada, there are over 8 million single adults but only 2 million one-bedroom units and bachelor units combined. As a result, * Young adults often live with their parents. * Couples, after breakup or divorce, still end up sharing the same home. * People may get stuck in abusive relationships with nowhere to move to. * People have to look for roommates onlin..."
     23:36  Walkability diffhist +2,478 Elie talk contribs
N    20:53  Converting offices to housing diffhist +1,988 Elie talk contribs Created page with "Ever since the pandemic, office buildings have become less popular (sometimes to the extent of being almost abandoned). So it might be worth converting some of that space into housing. '''Hybrid approach''' If only ''part'' of an office building is converted into housing, the considerations become easier: * Less load on plumbing & wiring. * Housing units could get the window space; office units could be in the building core. * The building becomes ''mixed-use'', wh..."