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Energy Vocab

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  • 1. Life<br />Media facade<br />Fengshui<br />Provoke movement<br />(Zaha Hadid)<br />Religion<br />Spiritual<br />Tai Chi<br />Architecture<br />Harvest Renewable energy<br />Magic<br />Sports<br />ENERGY<br />Art Form<br />Engineering/ Science<br />Music<br />Sculptures<br />Painting<br />Source<br />Receiver<br />Processed<br />Used<br />Stored<br />
  • 2. Definition of Energy<br />4BC - energy derives from Greek ἐνέργεια (energeia) = activity, operation<br />1600s - Gottfried Leibniz (vis viva) product of the mass of an object and its velocity squared <br />1807 - Thomas Young 1st to use the term “Energy”<br />Primary Energy<br />Secondary Energy<br />Energy consumable<br />Energy expanded<br />Net Energy (NEG) = EnergyConsumable − EnergyExpended<br />
  • 3. Definition<br />Low energy - uses less energy, from any source, than a traditional or average <br /> contemporary house <br />Passive - require little energy for space <br />Zero - zero net energy consumption and zero carbon emissions annually<br /> (requires the use of onsite renewable energy technologies ) <br />Net zero - produces as much energy as it uses over the course of a year <br />Plus Energy – produces more renewable energy than it consumes<br />Energy Conservation – usually comes in the form of codes and standards<br />On grid<br />ZEB in Singapore<br />Off grid<br />
  • 4. Low Energy Housing<br />
  • 5. Passive Building<br />
  • 6. Zero Energy <br />
  • 7. Plus Energy<br />“Energy Plus” office building, to be located outside of Paris<br />
  • 8. Understanding definition<br />F<br />F<br />F<br />W<br />W<br />W<br />Scalar and vector<br />Time = 0 - t<br />
  • 9. Work<br />
  • 10. Energy<br />
  • 11. Power<br />
  • 12. Exergy?<br />ENERGY is motion or ability to produce motion<br />EXERGY is work (= ordered motion) or ability to produce work. When exergy reaches the earth, it is gradually destroyed, but on the way it manages to drive, among other things, the water/wind system, and life on earth <br />
  • 13. Energy Charts<br />
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  • 15. Energy Flowchart<br />
  • 16. Energy Flowchart<br />
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  • 18. Relationship between Spatial distribution and Energy <br />
  • 19. Future of Energy<br />If energy cant be created nor destroyed why is there an energy crisis?<br />Perhaps we need a better quality of exergy. Thus, leading to the creation of new energy technologies and way of life of the future.<br />

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