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Better Design Decisions Make Energy-efficient Buildings, Clemson University Researcher Says


April 19, 2011

engineering graphic In the search for better ways to make more energy-efficient buildings, Leidy Klotz isn't exactly looking for ways to improve the engineering. He's seeking ways to improve the engineer. "The basic idea is to help engineers make better decisions in building design," Klotz, an assistant professor of civil engineering at Clemson University, said of his research. "We're trying to find the decision-making context that helps them make better choices." Full Story

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