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2020-04-20

Uncertain multi-criteria sustainability assessment of green building insulation materials

Abstract

Sustainability assessment is the key procedure applied for selecting building insulation materials in order to ensure satisfactory performance and long-term impacts on society and environment. Insulation of buildings is considered as a very efficient energy saving technique leading to significant reduction in GHG emission. There are many building insulation materials and technologies ranging from traditional inorganic synthetic to organic natural ones which are based on recyclable and renewable biological resources. The paper aims to propose a framework for sustainability assessment of insulation materials for buildings. The interval TOPSIS method is applied for multi-criteria assessment. The results of multi-criteria sustainability assessment of organic and inorganic building insulation materials revealed that recycled glass and sheep wool appear as the most desirable options when different scenarios are assumed.

 

Keywords: Sustainability assessment; Building insulation materials; Green insulation materials; Multi-criteria assessment

 

Impact Factor: 4.495 (2018 Journal Citation Reports, Clarivate Analytics, 2019)

 

 

Streimikiene, D.; Skulskis, V.; Balezentis, T.; Agnusdei, G. P. 2020 Uncertain multi-criteria sustainability assessment of green building insulation materials, Energy and Buildings. Vol.219: 110021, ISSN: 0378-7788; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2020.110021; [Compendex; Architectural Periodicals Index; Cambridge Scientific Abstracts; Current Contents - Engineering, Technology & Applied Sciences; Current Energy Information; Energy Abstracts; EIC/Intelligence (Energy Index); Environmental Periodicals Bibliography; Focus On: Global Change; Fuel and Energy Abstracts; INSPEC; International Building Services Abstracts; Sage Urban Studies Abstracts; Referativnyi Zhurnal VINTI-RAN (Russian Academy of Sciences); Scopus; Science Citation Index Expanded].

 




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