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Journal of Architectural Engineering Technology
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Nikos Papamanolis

BSc, Dipl., MSc, PhD,Department of Architectural Engineering, Technical University of Crete | TUC ยท


Dr.Nikos Papamanolis completed his BSc, Dipl., MSc, PhD,Department of Architectural Engineering, Technical University of Crete | TUC. His study interests major on Energy Efficiency in Building, Building,Built Environment,Building Simulation.He published 21 articles in many journals and the articles are informative and got good citations.


An Overview of the Architectural Methods Used to Manage the Variable Environmental Influences on Buildings in the Mediterranean Region

Most of the environmental influences on buildings are variable by their very nature. This fact creates a need for diverse solutions in energy and environmental design and construction that can facilitate optimum building performance throughout the changing periods. Such solutions, in order to be successful, should be compatible with the climatic, a... Read More»

Nikos Papamanolis

Research Article: J Archit Eng Tech 2014, 3:130

DOI: 10.4172/2168-9717.1000130

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