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Demolition Rates of Buildings with Different Functions and Construction Materials

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Demolition Rates of Buildings with Different Functions and Construction Materials. / Huuhka, Satu .

YRSB16 - iiSBE Forum of Young Researchers in Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future June 21, 2016, Prague. toim. / Julie Zelezna; Petr Hajek; Jan Tywoniak; Antonin Lupisek; Katerina Sojkova. Prague : Czech Technical University in Prague, 2016. s. 301-307.

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Huuhka, S 2016, Demolition Rates of Buildings with Different Functions and Construction Materials. julkaisussa J Zelezna, P Hajek, J Tywoniak, A Lupisek & K Sojkova (toim), YRSB16 - iiSBE Forum of Young Researchers in Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future June 21, 2016, Prague. Czech Technical University in Prague, Prague, Sivut 301-307, 22/07/16.

APA

Huuhka, S. (2016). Demolition Rates of Buildings with Different Functions and Construction Materials. teoksessa J. Zelezna, P. Hajek, J. Tywoniak, A. Lupisek, & K. Sojkova (Toimittajat), YRSB16 - iiSBE Forum of Young Researchers in Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future June 21, 2016, Prague (Sivut 301-307). Prague: Czech Technical University in Prague.

Vancouver

Huuhka S. Demolition Rates of Buildings with Different Functions and Construction Materials. julkaisussa Zelezna J, Hajek P, Tywoniak J, Lupisek A, Sojkova K, toimittajat, YRSB16 - iiSBE Forum of Young Researchers in Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future June 21, 2016, Prague. Prague: Czech Technical University in Prague. 2016. s. 301-307

Author

Huuhka, Satu . / Demolition Rates of Buildings with Different Functions and Construction Materials. YRSB16 - iiSBE Forum of Young Researchers in Sustainable Building 2016: Innovations for Sustainable Future June 21, 2016, Prague. Toimittaja / Julie Zelezna ; Petr Hajek ; Jan Tywoniak ; Antonin Lupisek ; Katerina Sojkova. Prague : Czech Technical University in Prague, 2016. Sivut 301-307

Bibtex - Lataa

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title = "Demolition Rates of Buildings with Different Functions and Construction Materials",
abstract = "Obsolescence of buildings is a complex phenomenon. Previous research has found that demolition of buildings is primarily determined by behavioural aspects, amongst which is the use of the building. At the same time, service life design of buildings keeps focusing strongly on physical factors, such as the durability of materials. This study intends to shed light on the relationship of the building’s function and material by investigating demolition rates of Finnish buildings that are made of different materials (timber, concrete, bricks, steel) and that have different functions (10 categories, both residential and non-residential). The study uses demolition data from the Finnish Building and Dwelling Register (50 818 buildings – all buildings demolished between 2000 and 2012) and statistical data on the composition of the entire building stock. According to the results, the building type seems to be more decisive than the material. The highest loss rates take place amongst warehouse buildings.",
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