Péter Medgyasszay

Péter Medgyasszay
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Construction Materials and Technologies

Master of Architecture, Master of Buisness Administration, Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture

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Introduction
Péter Medgyasszay currently works at the Belső Udvar Architect Research and Expert Office. He is also involved in the research work of Department of Construction Materials and Technologies, Budapest University of Technology and Economics as external researcher. Péter does research in Sustainable Building with special attantion of Climate Change. He is expert in LCA and LCC analysis and in dynamic building simulation.

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Publications (11)
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The energy performance directive mandates that all new buildings in Europe shall be "nearly zero energy" buildings. New, innovative solutions have arisen both on the demand and on the supply side of the market that aim at much more ambitious energy and environmental performance levels than nearly zero at an affordable price. The basic principle of...
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Természetes anyagok lehetséges alkalmazását kutató cikksorozatunk mostani számában egy világviszonylatban is csak alig 150, az EU területén 100, míg Magyarországon 15 éves építőanyag, illetve technológia lehetséges jövőbeni alkalmazási formáit elemezzük. Az építés várható jövőjére vonatkozó megállapításainkat nem ismételjük, azokról korábbi cikkünk...
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The paper examines a public building constructed of partially natural materials and two imagined buildings with the same geometry, using LCC and LCA methods, with self-developed software. The imagined buildings were designed using the building materials and building mechanical systems commonly used in Hungary which fulfil the relevant energetic req...
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The paper introduces the planning and construction experiences and development ideas of additional insulation of walls made from straw-bale. The energetic refurbishment of existing building is an important priority in the action plan of the EU dealing with the energy efficiency. The additional insulation of walls reduces significantly the energy de...
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Recent national and international building regulations on the energy performance of buildings focus mainly on the reduction of operational energy. This can be achieved by increasing the energy efficiency of the building, installing highly efficient building service systems and applying renewable energy sources. However, these measures have a price...
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A kutatás teljesítette célkitűzéseinek nagy részét, és hazai gyakorlatban egyedülállóan nagyszámú környezeti indikátor szerint elemzett és értékelt épületszerkezeteket és építési rendszereket. A kutató-munka során a következő, önállóan is használható, de egymásra épülő kiadványok születtek: A) Nemzetközi és hazai építésökológiai és biológiai értéke...
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WHY HAVE COME INTO THE LIMELIGHT THE EARTH ARCHITECTURE? During the history of humanity developed rightly an idea about, that the raw materials and energy sources, which are the basis of economy, are boundless and for this reason they are available for free or for very low prize. Of course we could rightly think this way as long as we only used rep...