"Exploring the Impact of Nexor Structures in Zero Energy Architecture: A Review of Design Principles and Sustainable Strategies"

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 14 شهریور 1402

Abstract:

As the world faces the challenges of climate change, there is a growing demand for more sustainable and energy-efficient buildings. Zero-energy architecture is one approach that addresses these challenges by reducing energy consumption and incorporating renewable energy sources. Nexor structures have emerged as a key element of zero-energy architecture, offering the potential to minimize energy consumption while maximizing energy production. This article provides a comprehensive review of the impact of Nexor structures in zero-energy architecture, highlighting the benefits and challenges of their use, and the current state of research in this field. the impact of Nexor structures in zero-energy architecture can be further explored through mathematical calculations and statistical plots. One way to evaluate the potential of Nexor structures in zero-energy architecture is to calculate their energy efficiency. This can be defined as the ratio of useful energy output to energy input, and in the case of zero-energy buildings, energy efficiency can be expressed as the ratio of energy produced to energy consumed over the course of a year. In conclusion, Nexor structures are a crucial element of zero-energy architecture, offering the potential to minimize energy consumption while maximizing energy production. Despite some challenges, their use in sustainable building design can significantly reduce energy consumption, improve building performance, and contribute to the transition to a more sustainable and energy-efficient built environment. Further research in this field is necessary to fully understand their potential impact.

Authors

Amir Masoud Dabagh

associate professor at Soore University Soore University’s Faculty Member Academic

Mojgan Moradidarehchi

Graduated with a master's degree in architecture - Islamic Azad University, Tehran North Branch