Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 4 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 210 - 228 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228 İndeks Tarihi: 26-05-2022

Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings

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Designers aim to build nearly zero energy buildings and positive energy buildings to comply with regulations. However, due to many variables affecting the energy performance of buildings, energy-efficient building design is a challenging task. Among the proposed methods, simulation-based systems are promising. The proposed simulation-based systems are not suitable for the construction sector because of the long optimization periods. The primary goal of this study is to emphasize the necessity of standalone software packages in solving usability problems and to provide a tool for designers and architects to incorporate into their daily works. To demonstrate the advantages of standalone software a test study was conducted to find a cost-optimal configuration for a typical residential building. In addition, the obtained cost-optimal design was compared to the energy-optimal design obtained in previous studies and it was seen that the outcomes are in parallel with the results of previous studies. It was observed that the optimum insulation thickness obtained from the case study is significantly higher than the limiting values in the national regulation. The results of the parametric analysis demonstrated that wall type, window area, and window type have the highest influence on thermal performance. The results of the study have confirmed that stand-alone software performs optimizations faster overcomes the shortcomings of simulation-based optimization systems comprising integrated multiple software packages.
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Using drone technologies for construction project management: A narrative review

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The construction sector is one of the sectors where productivity is low compared to other production sectors. Studies have shown that drone technologies can increase productivity in construction. Thus, the use of drones in construction sites has increased in recent years, especially in developed countries. Although drones are technical aerial vehicles, this study focused on non-technical aspects of the use of drone technologies such as current and possible usage areas, advantages and disadvantages of using a drone, issues that should be considered while procuring a drone for a construction site and legal regulations related to the use of drones. In this context, a narrative literature review was conducted and articles examining the use of drones in construction sites were investigated. In addition to the studies in the literature, practical applications were also discussed. The study indicated that drones might make significant contributions to construction management activities. It is expected that this study serves to increase the use of drone technology in construction project management by introducing it in a comprehensive way to the stakeholders.
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APA Yigit S, yıldız s, Ozorhon B, KIVRAK S, ARSLAN G (2021). Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. , 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
Chicago Yigit Sadik,yıldız serkan,Ozorhon Beliz,KIVRAK SERKAN,ARSLAN GOKHAN Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. (2021): 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
MLA Yigit Sadik,yıldız serkan,Ozorhon Beliz,KIVRAK SERKAN,ARSLAN GOKHAN Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. , 2021, ss.210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
AMA Yigit S,yıldız s,Ozorhon B,KIVRAK S,ARSLAN G Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. . 2021; 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
Vancouver Yigit S,yıldız s,Ozorhon B,KIVRAK S,ARSLAN G Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. . 2021; 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
IEEE Yigit S,yıldız s,Ozorhon B,KIVRAK S,ARSLAN G "Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings." , ss.210 - 228, 2021. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
ISNAD Yigit, Sadik vd. "Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings". (2021), 210-228. https://doi.org/10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
APA Yigit S, yıldız s, Ozorhon B, KIVRAK S, ARSLAN G (2021). Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. Journal of Construction Engineering, Management & Innovation (Online), 4(4), 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
Chicago Yigit Sadik,yıldız serkan,Ozorhon Beliz,KIVRAK SERKAN,ARSLAN GOKHAN Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. Journal of Construction Engineering, Management & Innovation (Online) 4, no.4 (2021): 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
MLA Yigit Sadik,yıldız serkan,Ozorhon Beliz,KIVRAK SERKAN,ARSLAN GOKHAN Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. Journal of Construction Engineering, Management & Innovation (Online), vol.4, no.4, 2021, ss.210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
AMA Yigit S,yıldız s,Ozorhon B,KIVRAK S,ARSLAN G Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. Journal of Construction Engineering, Management & Innovation (Online). 2021; 4(4): 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
Vancouver Yigit S,yıldız s,Ozorhon B,KIVRAK S,ARSLAN G Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings. Journal of Construction Engineering, Management & Innovation (Online). 2021; 4(4): 210 - 228. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
IEEE Yigit S,yıldız s,Ozorhon B,KIVRAK S,ARSLAN G "Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings." Journal of Construction Engineering, Management & Innovation (Online), 4, ss.210 - 228, 2021. 10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228
ISNAD Yigit, Sadik vd. "Effectiveness of standalone simulation-based optimization software in optimizing the life cycle cost of residential buildings". Journal of Construction Engineering, Management & Innovation (Online) 4/4 (2021), 210-228. https://doi.org/10.31462/jcemi.2021.04210228