A 3D GEOMETRICAL MODEL OF THE NON-DOMESTIC BUILDING STOCK OF ENGLAND AND WALES
24 June 2014
This paper describes the development of a 3D model of the non-domestic building stock of England and Wales. The model’s purpose is to assess energy use in the stock, and study conservation options. Previous stock models have used data on floor area by activities, and have not represented building geometry. The present model by contrast combines digital maps and property taxation data to build a 3D representation in which separate premises are located within buildings, with floor areas on each level. Sub-activities per floor are also represented in 2D. A case study of the London Borough of Camden is presented.
A 3D GEOMETRICAL MODEL OF THE NON-DOMESTIC BUILDING STOCK OF ENGLAND AND WALES. BSO14 London. Proceedings of the 2014 Building Simulation and Optimization Conference.
Evans, S.D., Steadman, J.P., Liddiard, R. (2014)
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