Keywords: Hydronic Radiant Cooling, Building Conditioning, Radiant Conditioning, Concrete Core Cooling, Concrete Core Conditioning, Radiant Panel, Low-Energy Cooling, Bauverlag, Seminar, Kühldecke, Energy-Efficient Conditioning, Energy Efficiency, Hawaii, Resourcenschonende Gebäudekonditionierung, Heizung, Klima, Lüftung,

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Concrete Core Conditioning:
Museum: Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria

Office Building: Newspaper in Austria
Laboratory Building

Panel Cooling
Office Building: High-Rise Office Building, Oakland, California

Ground Coupling
Memorial: Topography of Terror, Berlin
Office Building Extension

Natural Ventilation
Hospital Winterthur, Switzerland


Hydronic Radiant Cooling,
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Center for Building Science, CBS Newsletter
This article based on the research of Helmut E. Feustel and Corina Stetiu provides insides in this resource-efficient technology

Special Issue on Radiant Cooling, Energy and Buildings, Volume 30, No. 2, June 1999
Gues-edited by Helmut E. Feustel, the issue includes 10 papers on the economics and design of radiant cooling systems in various climate zones around the world

Radiant Cooling Design Brief, Energy Design Resources
Energy Design Resources is a program developed by Southern California Edison to provide information and design tools to architects, engineers, lighting designers, and building owners and developers.

Hydronic Radiant Cooling - Literature Review
Article authored by Helmut E. Feustel and published by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.



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