Dynamic LCA applied to buildings and urban districts

Abstract : Existing Building LCA tools are based upon a static method, considering yearly average processes and impacts. This paper presents a dynamic method that has been developed to evaluate electricity-related impacts in buildings. Results on case studies show important discrepancy between the static and dynamic methods. This study is a first step towards the introduction of consequential LCA parameters in life-cycle assessment of buildings.
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C. Roux, B. Peuportier, G. Herfray. Dynamic LCA applied to buildings and urban districts. sb13 Munich: Implementing Sustainability – Barriers and Chances, session 4.6, Life Cycle Analysis, Apr 2013, Munich, Germany. ⟨hal-01463687⟩



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