Suzi Dilara Mangan

Suzi Dilara Mangan
Yildiz Technical University · Department of Architecture

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January 2019 - January 2020
Eindhoven University of Technology
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Publications (13)
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As residential buildings and urban areas account for a significant proportion of overall energy consumption, priority should be assigned to this dimension of housing and urban design solutions. This study developed an analytical framework to support coherent decision making in the early design stage regarding the impacts of different urban configur...
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Settlement textures have continued to exist for many years without any major changes in terms of the performance of the buildings or outdoor thermal comfort conditions. Radical changes in a settlement texture are only possible when the existing texture is completely demolished and a new settlement texture is built in place of the old one during urb...
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Cities that expand and grow with new areas allowed for construction as a result of a rapidly increasing population have become the centre of global energy consumption. Most of the energy consumed is still based on fossil fuels, which is considered the most important cause of the rise in greenhouse gases and thus the deepening climate crisis. Theref...
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Rapid urbanization, responsible for considerable global energy consumption, emphasizes sustainability challenges, in particular that of climate change. In order to tackle with climatic and environmental problems, the first step is to achieve energy efficiency in urban textures, are the main source of emissions, the major part of which is due to the...
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The energy and environmental problems, which have arisen due to the significant increase in energy consumption, require the implementation of energy efficiency measures in the building sector which is the main source of primary energy consumption in Turkey. In this regard, in order to decrease the energy demand of buildings, supporting for in situ...
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Energy consumption in residential buildings contributes significantly to negative environmental impacts such as climate change and ozone depletion, and the implication for carbon dioxide emissions reductions in buildings during the construction phase as the embodied carbon and the operation phase in the form of operational carbon are widely acknowl...
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The environmental and energy problems that have arisen in Turkey because of the dramatically increase in energy consumption require the implementation of energy efficiency and microgeneration measures in the building sector which is the main sector of primary energy consumption. Since Turkey is highly dependent on exported energy resources, the bas...
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In this study based on life cycle energy and environmental performance, the alternatives related to energy retrofit strategies were evaluated in order to improve the energy performance of the existing residential buildings. In this context, the effect of each measure on life cycle energy consumption and CO2 emission was determined by using the “Lif...
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In residential buildings, the usage of non-renewable resources, which are scarce and exhaustible, the negative impacts of resource usage on the environment and the high energy costs require the evaluation of residential energy performance on a life cycle basis. Therefore, in the framework of this study, it is intended that the measures effective in...
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In today’s world, improving the energy efficiency level constitutes a focal point in Turkey’s energy policies, just as in other countries, in order to achieve a fast and cost effective solution to globalising energy and environmental problems and to create a sustainable, resource efficient economy which encompasses transformation and growth. In thi...

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