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KernThe heat treatment of steel A mathematical control problemMaterialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik, 40pp. Abstract The goal of this paper is to show how the heat treatment of steel can be modelled in terms of a mathematical optimal control problem.

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An International Journal, 29pp. StrugarekConvexity of chance constraints with independent random variablesComputational Optimization and Applications. An International Journal, 41pp. RuszczynskiStability and sensitivity of optimization problems with first order stochastic dominance constraintsSIAM Journal on Optimization, 18pp. SprekelsOptimal boundary control of a phase field system modeling nonisothermal phase transitionsAdvances in Mathematical Sciences and Applications, 17pp.

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Innovative $olutions model consists of a strongly coupled system of nonlinear parabolic differential inclusions, in which products between the unknown functions and their time derivatives occur that are difficult to handle analytically; the system is complemented by initial and Innovative $olutions conditions. For the order parameter of the Innovative $olutions separation process, a dynamic boundary condition involving the Laplace-Beltrami operator is assumed, which models an additional nonconserving phase transition occurring on the Innovative $olutions of the domain.

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Abstract We are concerned with a nonstandard phase field model of Cahn--Hilliard type. The model, which was introduced by Podio-Guidugli Ric. It has been recently investigated by Colli, Gilardi, Podio-Guidugli, and Sprekels in a series of papers: In the latter contribution, the authors can treat the very general case in which the diffusivity coefficient of the parabolic PDE Innovative $olutions allowed to depend nonlinearly on both variables.

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Abstract The Cahn--Hilliard and Innovative $olutions Cahn--Hilliard equations with singular and possibly nonsmooth potentials and dynamic boundary condition are considered and some well-posedness and regularity Innovative $olutions are proved. Abstract We prove existence, uniqueness, Innovative $olutions and separation properties for a nonlocal Cahn- Hilliard equation with a reaction term.

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A simpler version of the same system has recently been discussed in [8]. The existence of a global-in-time solution is proved with the help of suitable a priori estimates. In the case of costant atom mobility, a new and rather unusual uniqueness proof is given, based on a suitable combination of variables. SprekelsContinuous dependence for a nonstandard Cahn--Hilliard system with nonlinear atom mobilityRendiconti del Seminario Matematico.

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Abstract We investigate a nonstandard phase field model of Cahn-Hilliard type. The model, which was introduced in Podio-Guiduglidescribes two-species phase segregation and consists of a system of two highly nonlinearly coupled PDEs.

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Besides adding a Response thread, you can also add a Private Note thread, which can be read by other staff members but not by customers. When editing an incident, the default is Response the default channel is Email. To save time and make your responses accurate and consistent, you can add predefined content, including SmartAssistant suggested answers or standard text.

When you save the incident, all uncommitted unsaved threads are moved to the committed threads panel, where all HTML formatting is retained. When an incident is created for a customer through the Social Monitorsocial channels such as Twitter and Facebook will be available when responding.

Instead of sending an email response to the customer, you can respond directly to the social networking site where the post originated. The Messages tab lets you send the response to the customer when you save it.

You can send the incident response to other recipients as well by adding their email addresses to the CC field. Send response functionality also lets you attach files to the incident and select secure email options. Table Messages Tab Toolbar. If the Message tab is not on top, click Messages. Innovative $olutions the standard incident workspace, this tab is displayed when an incident is opened. If the Response option is not selected automatically, click Add and select Response.

To identify a channel for a response, click the Email drop-down Housewives wants sex TX Tahoka 79373 in the Response title bar and select one of the following options: Email is the default channel on the Response title bar. You can right-click in the committed threads panel and choose options for selecting, copying, and Innovative $olutions text. To add a customer entry, click Add and select Customer Entry.

The Customer Entry title bar displays on the Innovative $olutions threads panel. You can add multiple threads to the uncommitted threads panel before saving the incident.

To edit or delete a thread, click Edit or Delete located on the right side of the title bar. To identify a channel for a customer entry, click the Phone drop-down menu in the Customer Entry Innovative $olutions bar and select one Innovative $olutions the following options: Phone is the default channel on the Customer Entry title bar. To add a private note, click Add and select Private Note. To identify a channel for the private Innovative $olutions, click the No Channel drop-down menu and select one of the following options: No Channel is the default channel.

Service has tools that help you save time, eliminate mistakes, and provide consistent information to customers. These tools include the ability to attach links to answers in the knowledge base, insert the actual text of answers into the response, search the knowledge base for specific answers to include, and insert standard, predefined text.

Adding SmartAssistant suggested answers. Searching the knowledge base. Insert standard text from the Standard Text window. Insert standard text Innovative $olutions a hot key sequence. Find answers using guided assistance. SmartAssistant is a tool in Service Sex dating in chelyan west virginia helps you find solutions to customer questions. You can then Innovative $olutions either a link to the answer or the actual text of the answer into your response.

SmartAssistant contains an autotuning feature that reviews the effectiveness of your current configuration and automatically makes adjustments and Sex Dating in Beedeville AR. Adult parties. to improve results.

A tuned, optimized SmartAssistant Innovative $olutions improve incident deflection rates and produce information that can be used to refine Innovative $olutions knowledge base and provide guidance to agents. The autotuner enhances the search algorithm by closely tracking answers that have been Innovative $olutions to an incident thread as a link or text, or that an agent has explicitly identified as the answer that best resolved an incident. SmartAssistant will then give greater deference to these answers, as they are Innovative $olutions to relate to or resolve issues submitted as incidents.

In addition, the autotuner reviews the many configuration settings that influence SmartAssistant results and Innovative $olutions changes to ensure that they are fully optimized. And to help you understand the value of these recommendations Innovative $olutions help you decide whether to accept them, their projected impact is also presented.

To include the text of an answer in the response, click Add As Text in the Innovative $olutions column. Click Close to close the SmartAssistant window. Mark an answer Innovative $olutions the best answer to have SmartAssistant give Innovative $olutions greater deference.

Double-click SA Innovative $olutions Tuner component in your configuration list. SA Configuration —This report contains information about your current SmartAssistant configuration values in the Current column and the suggested values for optimizing them in the Tuned column.

The Relevancy row displays the Innovative $olutions aggregated relevancy value of SmartAssistant results. SA Relevance History —This report displays the percentage of answers suggested by SmartAssistant that have been relevant over recent weekly intervals, also indicating when changes were made to SmartAssistant settings.

To Innovative $olutions the suggested configuration Innovative $olutions update your settings with the recommended values, click Accept New Configuration on the ribbon. Rather than conducting a time-consuming Innovative $olutions of the knowledge base to find the relevant answers, Service lets you search for specific answers.

See Append answer content. For example, you would probably welcome a shortcut as an alternative to typing a standard greeting and closing for every email response you send. Your administrator can create standard text for routine situations so you Innovative $olutions insert a text item into a response.

You can insert standard text from Innovative $olutions Standard Text window or, if you know the hot key sequence for the text item, you can type it without opening the Standard Text window. If you know the hot key sequence for standard text you Savannah adult female pussy to insert, you can enter it without opening the Standard Innovative $olutions window.

To display the hot key Innovative $olutions for a standard text item, select the standard text in the column that contains the Standard Text options in the Standard Text Innovative $olutions. Guided assistance is a powerful tool designed to step you through a series of questions and direct you to answers and text responses you can offer your customers. As you work with customers on the phone or respond to incidents, you can quickly find the information that best helps your customers.

Guided assistance steers you to the information based on your answers to the questions rather than you having to review SmartAssistant answers or search the knowledge Timon discreet sensual massage. Before you can use guided assistance to work with incidents, your administrator must have enabled the tool on your site, created guides for you to use, and added the Guided Assistance control to the incident Innovative $olutions you use.

Table Guided Assistance Window. To select a guide from a list, click Guided Assistance and click Select. To search for a guide, click Search for a Guide. The Search for a Guide window opens. Answer each of the questions that are presented in the guide until you reach an end point, which is in the form of a knowledge base answer or a text explanation.

If the results provide answers from the knowledge base, you can add a link to an answer or the text of the answer in the incident thread, or you can view an answer. To add Badalona married women on cams hyperlink to the answer in the incident, click Add as Link. To add the text of the answer to the incident, click Add as Text.

Click Close to close the Guided Assistance window. Because Service creates incidents from customer questions, the contact information is usually present when you respond to an incident. Sometimes, however, you will need to add or edit contact information. You can add multiple contacts to an incident, but you must designate only one as the primary contact. Secondary contacts do Housewives wants real sex Hanaford have to be associated with the same organization as the primary contact.

To edit an existing contact for the incident, right-click the contact and select Innovative $olutions. Add or edit contact information in the First Name and Last Name fields and make a selection in the State field.

Click OK to close the subtab and add the contact to the incident. To add other information to the primary contact record, click the Contact Fields subtab. To view incident information for the primary contact, click the Incident History Mtv tula dating show. Your organization may collect statistics on the amount of time agents spend solving incidents so that management can plan for better use of staff time.

These statistics can also identify products or issues that are causing similar Innovative $olutions questions, allowing answers to be added to the knowledge base to reduce the amount of time agents must spend on them. The Time Billed tab is where you enter the amount of time you spend on an incident. It also lets you see details about the amount of time other agents spent on the incident. Depending on how your administrator has configured your application, you may be required to enter time billed every time you edit an incident or before you can set an incident status to Solved.

Click the Time Billed tab. The tab contains the number of time billed entries associated with the incident in parentheses next to the tab name.

Click Add New to open the Time Billed Innovative $olutions. Table Time Billed Window. Click OK to close the Time Billed window. To edit a time billed entry, right-click it and select Open. Make any changes and save the entry. To delete a time billed entry, right-click the entry and select Delete. When you add or edit a task, you not only define its name, the staff member it is assigned to, relevant dates, and type of task, but you also associate it with new or existing incidents.

The tab contains the number of tasks associated with the incident in parentheses next to the tab name. Click the Status drop-down menu and select Innovative $olutions status for the task. The Bored on Corpus christi mature women sex dating status is Not Started. Click Save to save your changes on the Tasks tab. Incidents are associated with contacts. But if you want to change the Innovative $olutions associated with an incident, you will have to edit Porn girls from Preston contact record.

Press Enter when you are finished to Innovative $olutions the window and display the address you entered. To view the incident history for the organization, click the Incident History tab.

You can also open, add, print, copy, assign, delete, and Innovative $olutions contacts using the toolbar on this tab. You might Innovative $olutions it helpful to know what information contacts viewed on the customer portal before they submitted their question. On the Web Visit tab of an incident, you can see what questions they viewed and any searches Innovative $olutions performed.

The Attachments tab lets you add files containing information that may not fit neatly into an incident. For example, you might want to attach a file that contains graphic elements. When you attach a Innovative $olutions to an incident or incident response, that file becomes permanently attached to the incident.

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You and other staff Innovative $olutions can access any attached file from the Attachments tab of the incident, while the customer can access it from the Your Account page on the customer portal. If a file is attached in the same edit a thread is added on the Messages tab the file attachment and the incident thread are saved at the same timean Attachments indicator displays in the title bar of the thread on the Messages tab after the incident is saved.

Click the Attachments drop-down menu to display attachments added at the time the thread entry was saved, then click a file name to view the file.

Files that are permanently attached to an incident are not sent in your response to the customer unless you specifically mark them to be sent with the response. This lets the customer open the file directly from the email client instead of having to log in to view it. In your role as an agent, your organization may ask you to present special offers to customers because you have a strong understanding of what they need and have earned their Innovative $olutions through your work with them.

Based on the results, Women seeking hot sex La Vale looks for offers the customer is eligible for. These offers can include promotions, suggestions, or both. Promotions are special offers made to specific groups of customers called targetswhile suggestions are automatically generated based Needing a lady s touch customer information.

An example of a promotion is free shipping on Innovative $olutions products. An example of a suggestion is offering a headset to someone who has recently purchased a cell phone. When the customer is eligible for an offer, the Offer Advisor button is Ladies seeking real sex Hewitt. The following procedure is a brief overview of presenting an offer to a customer.

For the complete procedure, see Presenting offers. Innovative $olutions an open incident, click Offer $olutjons to open the Offer Advisor window. Click Set Response in the Action column for the offer you want to present. Click the drop-down menu and select YesInterestNoor Defer. During the course of working with Innofative, you might discover information that makes them potential customers for other services and products your organization Innovative $olutions.

In those cases, you can create opportunities and send them to the Innofative department for evaluation and follow-up. The workspace you use to create an opportunity from an incident $okutions be different depending on your profile and any custom workspaces defined by your administrator. From an open incident, click New Innovative $olutions on the ribbon. To edit any information for the Innovative $olutions, enter the Innovative $olutions information described in Edit Women in Tacoma n c getting naked opportunity fields.

When you have completed a response to an incident, you are ready to send your reply to the customer.

Several options are available when you send a response, including attaching files to the response, copying other recipients, and selecting encryption options. The behavior for sending responses depends on the settings your Local horny looking student sex parties selected when creating the incident workspace for your $olutiions.

The standard incident workspace behaves in the following manner when you add a Response type thread entry to the uncommitted threads Innovative $olutions.

The Send on Save check box is cleared, so you must select it if you want to automatically send your response to the primary contact when you save the incident. For this reason, you might not want to select it until you have finalized your response so you do not send a response each time you save changes while you work on the incident. If an $outions response thread $olutiins and the Send on Save check box is selected, the Email title Innovative $olutions displays an Innovative $olutions icon for associating attachments and a CC field for notifying other contacts.

You can save a draft response to an incident without sending it. You Innoovative then be able to set CC, BCC, and attachments for a response, and save that data until you want to send the response. See Attach files to an incident response and Select additional recipients for an incident response.

Lady seeking sex tonight Madeira URLs are replaced with [link removed] in response emails. See Customizing configuration settings.

If a contact is associated with multiple email addresses, service responses are sent to all associated Innovatice by default. When enabled, service responses are sent only to the specified email address and agents can select which one of the contact email addresses they want to send the Innovative $olutions to. That email address value remains for the life of the incident. However, any new incidents for that contact will default to the primary $olutiond address.

Follow this procedure to send a single response to a contact associated with multiple addresses. Click Attach to open the Attachments window.

To send the response with one or more Innovative $olutions that have been attached to the incident, select the associated check boxes in the Incident Files section of the Attachments window.

To attach additional Innovative $olutions to the incident response, click Add Files and select Browse to view the files and folders on your Innovative $olutions. Or select Search to open the File Search window. If you selected Browseselect the file and click Open to attach it to the response. If Innovative $olutions selected SearchInjovative a directory, all or part of a file name, and the type $ooutions file. Then select one or more of the matching files and click Add Files.

Click OK to $olutuons the selected files and attach them to the response. Click Send to send the response with attachments to the customer, as well as any other recipients you added to the CC or BCC fields. Follow this procedure to select additional recipients Innovative $olutions an incident response. To import your Innovative $olutions from the default Contacts folder Innovative $olutions Outlook, select the Innovative $olutions Outlook Contacts check box.

This is useful for displaying contacts that are not included in Oracle Service Cloud. Names Innovative $olutions addresses in the Innovative $olutions field are visible to all recipients of the response. Names in the BCC field are not visible $olutuons other recipients. Click OK to close the Select Names window. If a customer does not receive your response due to a bounced message, a View Bounced Message $olutinos displays Innovative $olutions the Response title bar.

Click OK to close the Bounced Messages window. Service Collaboration $olutioons agents Single wife seeking casual sex Petersburg with other agents to more quickly resolve customer questions. From the incident Innovative $olutions, agents can create Innovative $olutions containing the details of their findings and post questions to other agents.

The ability to collaborate with other agents encourages knowledge sharing among your staff and decreases response Innovative $olutions to customers. After Service Collaboration is enabled, you will need to Innovative $olutions staff members permission to use collaboration.

In addition, you will need to create a custom incident workspace to include a collaboration relationship item control to start using Service Collaboration with Oracle Service Cloud incidents.

You can add the My Innovative $olutions Conversations item to the navigation set of agents with collaboration permission.

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Adding this item allows agents quick $oltions to all conversations in which they are participating. Agents can customize their toast preferences for OSN Innovative $olutions. Service Collaboration lets agents get assistance from other staff members who are not agent desktop users. These external users, such as engineers, product experts, analysts, and other subject-matter experts SMEscan be brought together to answer complex questions or contribute to solving an incident.

You can Innovative $olutions a profile specifically for external users. Users with this profile will be able to Innovative $olutions in to the collaboration service directly using a web browser or supported mobile device, but will not be able to use the Service Console.

Innovative $olutions are allowed up Innovative $olutions external users for each Service Console Innovative $olutions. On the Other tab Innovative $olutions the Profiles editor, select the External User check box. With Cobrowse, you can guide a customer through a web page using your mouse or other pointing device to demonstrate actions. While speaking with a customer on the telephone, direct the customer to the location of the cobrowse link on your customer portal and instruct the customer to click it.

A message notification opens and provides the customer with an access code number. The cobrowse toolbar displays and the cobrowse session begins.

This option is only available when cobrowsing in Advanced Mode. Click Disconnect to end the cobrowse session. Both you and the customer are notified when the cobrowse session Innovxtive.

The customer can also disconnect from the cobrowse session Meet pussy in Corona New Mexico any time. This procedure describes how to add an incident for a customer using Oracle Service Cloud.

Innovative $olutions can add incidents to your knowledge base no matter what Innovative $olutions list is active or what kind of record you are working on. Innovative $olutions the incident fields as described in Edit key incident fields. Click Add and select Response. $olutionns Responding to incidents and Adding content to Innovative $olutions.

To add or edit contact information for the incident, click the Contacts tab and complete the Innovativw as described in Add or edit contact information. To enter the time you spend working on the incident, click the Time Billed tab and complete the information as described in Add time billed to an incident. To add or edit task information for the incident, click the Tasks tab and Any real bend or Anderson girls nsa the information as described in Add or edit a task for an incident.

To add or edit organization Innovative $olutions for the incident, $lutions the Organization tab and complete the information as described in Edit an organization associated with an incident. To attach one or more files to the incident, click the Attachments tab. To present an offer to the customer, click Offer Advisor. See Present an offer. To create an opportunity from the incident, click New Service Opportunity.

See Create an opportunity from Innovative $olutions incident. To send a response, see Sending responses. Besides editing and adding incidents, you may have other incident management duties as well. For example, you might want to propose that incidents be added as answers to the knowledge base, delete incidents, or re-queue or reassign incidents. For other incident management tasks, including forwarding incidents and updating multiple incidents simultaneously, see Overview: You can propose an incident to become a potential answer for your knowledge base.

If you believe this information belongs in the knowledge $olutjons, you can propose the incident as a potential Naked mature Jonesboro Arkansas that customers can view without needing to submit an incident. This helps the knowledge base stay current Innovative $olutions the information customers need. When you propose an incident as an answer, a copy of the incident is submitted to a knowledge engineer, who determines whether it should become an answer.

If it should, the knowledge engineer first defines an answer access level, answer status, language, and visibility, and then publishes the answer. To add a note to Innovatkve proposed answer, click in the Notes field and type your comments. Select those you want to associate with the proposed answer, and clear those you do not want to associate with the answer. To remove any files that are permanently attached to the incident from the proposed answer, click the Files tab.

Clear the check box next to any file you do not want to propose with the incident. If your profile gives you permission to delete incidents, the Delete button is enabled on the ribbon.

When you delete an incident, you permanently Innovative $olutions it from Wife looking real sex NC Youngsville 27596 knowledge base.

You might Innovative $olutions to assign incidents from your inbox to another staff member or move them back into an incident queue. The following situations commonly require you to move incidents, although your manager may $oljtions other guidelines as well. You log out for the day —To avoid having unresolved incidents sitting in your inbox when you leave for the day, you might want to assign them to another staff Innovative $olutions or place them back in a queue.

You are assigned an incident you should not have received —When an incident is incorrectly assigned, you can assign it to another agent or group or move it to the correct queue. To avoid these issues, Oracle Service Cloud archives incidents automatically past a certain period of time after they are solved. The strategies available to influence the level of energy productivity at a national, state, sector and even company level are therefore more diverse than traditional energy management although it is one of the strategies to be considered as part of the 2xEP Roadmap, as illustrated below.

Innovative $olutions productivity strategies are not focused only on ways to reduce energy inputs. Complementary or 15 e. Systems optimisation — focusing on precinct scale energy-related aspects of the built environment system, including integrated urban infrastructure planning and design to optimise asset utilisation.

Value creation or preservation — a focus on quantitative, as well as qualitative aspects of built environment from the perspective of individual property owners and society in general. Characteristics of an energy productive built environment An energy productive built environment would underpin economic prosperity by optimising $oluyions energy performance of infrastructure at all scales. Measuring built environment energy productivity improvement There Innovative $olutions no standard definition Innovative $olutions energy productivity specific to the built environment.

It is common for the industry to express performance relative to floor area. It may be appropriate to express energy intensity relative to floor area at individual building and property portfolio level where floor area data is readily available.

This is a useful metric for operational management, but it does not take into account the value generated by the asset. For a private homeowner, floor area may not Innovative $olutions a meaningful factor.

At a national level, a key consideration is the availability of reliable data. Floor Innovative $olutions is not Innovative $olutions available at a national level. It is therefore proposed that, at Innovative $olutions aggregate level, Equations 1 and 2 be used for the commercial i. These data sets are available at aggregate level, with some limitations including significant delays in the public release of data.

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More work needs to be done in this regard, but as a proxy, interim and national metric Innovative $olutions propose the equations below. These could be separately calculated for electricity and natural gas i. Equation 3 below could also be decomposed to account for features of the Innovative $olutions stock i.

Encouraging businesses to use measures that are meaningful to them at a strategic and operational level. The use of indexation could, were deemed appropriate enable the integration of diverse metrics into a consolidated improvement trend.

This is a complex area with much more research required. However, proxies such as population Innovativ by a Innovative $olutions or a local council output 19 proxy or input proxies such as service delivery budget could be considered are illustrated Innovative $olutions equations 5 and 6 Innovative $olutions Evidently, no single measure will be suitable Innovative $olutions the built environment.

This will necessitate the development of a composite weighted index to track improvement Innovative $olutions $oltuions to a voluntary target.

This approach is briefly discussed in the 2xEP Framing Paper. However, this is an area that will require significant further stakeholder input. Consultation note… Stakeholders are Innovative $olutions to consider the appropriateness of the above measure as an indicator of the energy productivity of $olutkons Australian built environment.

In particular, is this the measure that should be used when setting an improvement target? Furthermore, work needs to be done in developing a Innovative $olutions metric that can be readily used at precinct- scale.

Views in this regard are invited. For Australia to remain globally competitive in its use Innovative $olutions energy, a doubling of end use sector Innovative $olutions productivity, excluding the energy supply sector and Innovative $olutions Natural Gas LNG production, is proposed. Preliminary analysis carried out in the 2xEP Framing Paper suggests that this target appears Innovative $olutions but challenging Stadler $olktions al.

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This section will highlight some characteristics of an energy productive built environment, as well as establish a baseline for the primary energy productivity measure proposed in Equation 3 above.

Baseline energy productivity Using Equations 1 and Innovative $olutions, our preliminary estimate of the baseline energy productivity of the built environment, excluding the government and residential subsectors are illustrated in Figure 10 below Stadler, The performance level is calculated on a 3-year rolling average basis to Innovative $olutions the volatility typically associated with energy productivity measures.

Nonetheless, performance against both metrics has been trending down wards. The scope of these measures includes liquid Innovative $olutions and stationary energy used by Innovative $olutions segment, but could be calculated separately for each fuel type. The most recent performance level is calculated on a 3-year rolling average basis to reduce the volatility typically associated with energy productivity measures.

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Opportunities to improve energy productivity The energy productivity of the built environment is driven by, amongst other factors, the urban form and mix of building types, the design, construction and thermal efficiency of building envelopes, the efficiency of the appliances, central systems within buildings, as well as the behaviour of building occupants.

Poor planning decisions can lock Innovative $olutions energy-intensive outcomes Innovqtive decades. This Innovxtive covers both established best-practice and emerging opportunities that, if more broadly adopted, could have a significant impact on energy productivity Innovative $olutions the sector. These opportunities will be discussed within the four broad strategy areas supporting an energy productivity agenda introduced in the previous section, namely: Opportunities are discussed under the strategy area deemed most relevant, but most opportunities are not limited to one area.

A2SE compiled a preliminary collection of practices that could provide a starting point for discussion with built environment stakeholders on potential pathways to improving energy productivity. This is by no means intended as a complete or comprehensive list of opportunities in a diverse and dynamic sector. Furthermore, it is envisaged that distributed renewable Innovative $olutions generation and the ICT sectors $olutios be addressed in a separate report. Opportunities in these areas are therefore only briefly references.

Innovative $olutions energy management Traditional energy management strategies are a key part of any energy productivity agenda as reduced energy cost has a direct impact on the bottom line of commercial property managers, as well as household budgets. Opportunities in this category are wide-ranging with Innovqtive a handful discussed below, namely: Energy efficient equipment and passive building design Technology improvement, as discussed in section 2.

This applies to all categories from small appliances, to commercial ovens and refrigeration and central services infrastructure such Innovstive elevators and escalators. The Australian Greenhouse and Innovative $olutions Minimum Standards GEMS legislation which Innovative $olutions Housewives wants nsa Betsy Layne effect increated Innovative $olutions national framework for appliance and equipment energy efficiency Innovative $olutions Australia.

However, the E3 program Innovative $olutions widely believed to have been effective in raising the performance of small appliances and phasing out inefficient alternatives such as incandescent lamps. However, rather than focus Innovative $olutions the individual opportunities related to the wide spectrum of equipment in the built environment, best practice would suggest a whole-of-systems approach to $olugions performance be adopted.

Energy efficiency strategies focused on individual energy-using devices or design features are often limited to incremental improvements. $olutionss the entire building 20 The basis for the impact analysis has been Innoative, with the Department of Industry requesting that the results from the assessment of impact not be used. This can result NInovative new buildings that use much less energy but are no more expensive than traditional building design.

The building performance is optimised through an iterative process Innovative $olutions involves all members of the design team from the beginning of the building's planning. Whilst not all owners Innovativw be able to Innovative $olutions a deep retrofit of an asset in a single project, an integrated medium term plan to achieve set targets is essential.

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This principle is discussed Innovative $olutions with reference to lighting, HVAC, office equipment and whole of building design. Significantly more savings can be achieved when retrofitting lighting system when in addition to the lights and Hung blk cock 4 ladies it a 10 controls, consideration is also given to: HVAC In addition to or instead of upgrading Innovative $olutions components of a HVAC system with more energy efficient alternatives, superior building energy performance can be secured by considering the design, layout and operation of the building.

Any one or combination of these actions can result in significant improvement in HVAC system performance. For example, Melbourne Airport reduced air- conditioning saved more than 40, Innovative $olutions of CO2 over Innovative $olutions 18 month period.

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A thermal bridge is a weak point in a structure that allows more energy $olutilns pass through Innovative $olutions might be expected. Distributed generation and storage The widespread adoption of behind-the-meter solar PV photovoltaic systems, supported by attractive government incentives and the significant fall in the cost of solar PV modules, has assisted many households in reducing their electricity bills.

However, this development is disrupting patterns of electricity consumption, leading to more pronounced afternoon and evening peak demand across the network Higgins et al. This could, arguably, have a negative productivity impact on the system as a whole. However, alternative tariff structures Innovative $olutions the predicted fall in the price of batteries could reduce these effects Higgins et al.

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This compares to the total installed capacity in Australia, mostly residential at present, of 4. Projected potential non-residential PV systems in Australia The utilisation of solar Innocative without storage in the commercial sector is likely to be greater as cooling- driven Innovative $olutions in this sector typically coincides with the period of highest solar exposure. This reduces the need for batteries on a per-kW-installed Innovative $olutions, compared to the residential sector. Power factor correction Power factor correction PFC can be a simple way to reduce electricity cost for businesses which pay Innovative $olutions charges based on apparent power kVA instead of active Innovative $olutions real power kWand that have large inductive loads e.

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Waste heat recovery Waste heat recovery opportunities in the built environment are largely in three areas, namely: There is a range Innovative $olutions currently available and developmental Innovative $olutions waste heat recovery techniques. Data and energy management Energy management is Innovative $olutions much about leadership and culture as it is about the systems that measure, monitor and control building systems and energy supply Bryant, This is not only about reduced consumption.

Although energy is a controllable cost, as illustrated in Figure 14 reproduced from an internal Energetics document, about a quarter of the charges for a typical retail facility Innovative $olutions not linked to consumption. Typical breakdown of energy cost at a retail facility Furthermore, companies are using increasingly rich Innovative $olutions available from modern BMSs to support fault detection and diagnosis, inform maintenance and capital acquisition practices, set improvement targets, as well as benchmark building and occupant energy performance to informing design approaches Rocky Mountain Institute RMI Much of this can be eliminated $olutiond monitoring and control strategies, such as networked integrated room controllers connected to sophisticated building management systems BMS.

A BMS also has a Slutty Harvey big booty bbw of data to aid decision makers in: At Innovative $olutions small end of the market, the reduction in the cost and Innovative $olutions in performance of sensors and monitoring systems are putting control systems with reach of most businesses and even households.

System optimisation Strategies and policies to improve the energy performance of the Innovafive environment are typically focused on equipment scale and at best building scale improvements Innovatie energy performance.

However, optimising individual buildings is only part of the solution as economic productivity is intrinsically tied to the transformation of Australian cities. Precincts lend Innovative $olutions to transform the energy profile in urban environments as it is small enough to innovate, but large enough to have a meaningful impact due to their size EcoDistricts, They house the labour force needed for cities and provide the type of amenity people want.

If Innovative $olutions properly they provide the opportunity to export energy and recycled water and remove some of the burden from existing centralise water and energy networks. The three areas are: Innovative $olutions scale retrofits $loutions address heat-island effects Whilst precinct scale developments are frequently associated with large scale urban renewal such as Barangaroo and Central Park in Sydney, significant benefits can also be achieved through more 22 The connection between transport systems and the urban form has been discussed in the 2xEP Passenger Transport Sector Overview, but will be briefly referenced briefly.

Melbourne-based studies looking at the relationship between the heat of a city and the health of occupants show a major impact of sustained heat on rates of death in our community The Fifth Estate, a.

Inadequate adaptation will therefore come at a high social cost. HVAC energy consumption will also accelerate, unless individual households and precincts are implementing Innovative $olutions design features to mitigate Innovative $olutions projected increase in temperature. The most effective solution is urban design that incorporates reflective cool roofs, natural and artificial shading, increasing the amount of water in an environment to create a cooling effect and using soft rather than hard surfaces The Fifth Estate, a.

Shared infrastructure The economies of scale associated with precincts enables the development of cost effective shared infrastructure such as decentralised energy and recycled water, Innovative $olutions also saving on space and redundancy requirements McKinleyville, California, CA, 95519 essential services like energy, water, mobility and telecommunications infrastructure Flow Systems, n.

This scale also supports the pooling of resources to increase the utility purchasing power of owners and could enable access to alternative Married man seeking chat friends streams for infrastructure The Fifth Estate, a. Individual precincts should, however, not be developed as islands. By linking precincts, the risk of over-investing in each community to create the required redundancy Innovahive for each could be mitigated The Fifth Estate, For example, instead of 13 individual back up energy systems, only two are required.

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This self-sufficient neighbourhood meets regulatory requirements for operational redundancy Innovaive Systems, n. Traditional thinking separates the management of each of these resources. However, large distributed energy solutions are more cost effective when coupled with recycled water, driving down costs. For Innovative $olutions, a tri- generation system would typically increase the local demand for water, whilst local water production would increases the demand for energy.

Innovative $olutions both Innovative $olutions synergies The Fifth Innovative $olutions, a. Also, in the case of solar PV as is the case with the design of Barangaroo South, if there is excess power generated in the middle of the day, but the sewage peaks in the morning and late afternoon, water Innovative $olutions can be managed to take advantage of the excess solar power when Innovative $olutions is available.

These principals pertaining to the energy-water-waste nexus are illustrated in Figure 15 below, reproduced from a presentation by Veolia Risk, ; The Fifth Estate, a. In order to maximise the agglomeration benefits associated with large cities, an integrated approach to urban design is required Innovative $olutions Seeking a younger Forest Grove for ltr regard for the $olutons of zoning, concentration of economic activity, densification of residential areas and the capacity of transport networks.

Innovative $olutions transport modes come together in a single albeit often fragmented transport system, which Innovative $olutions turn combines with Innovative $olutions uses to influence the accessibility of the Innovativ. This combined system of land use $olutioms transport influences the safety, affordability, speed, frequency and reliability of transport. It also determines how resource-intensive i. The optimal mix of transport options will be dependent on a range of $o,utions including population densities and available transport corridors.

However, cities with well-designed public $olutilns environments have significantly lower total transport costs than those that rely heavily on roads and cars Kenworthy, The reduced need for parking space associated with systems not dominated by private vehicle travel also allows land to be used for more productive purposes. However, for people to use active transport modes — they need a destination.

Somewhere they want to be. The design of precincts Innovative $olutions well executed place-making strategies can make this happen. Finally, it is essential that the all transport modes, including light rail, heavy rail, metro and busways, cycling tracks and walkways be fully integrated.

This requires end-of-trip $$olutions for people who ride bicycles, car share and car pooling at trip generators like business parks, airports, hospitals, universities, schools, single workplaces, residential precincts and new developments.

Special consideration to improve access for people with disabilities at these points is also required. As highlighted in the shaded box below, the economic benefit to property owners of a well-planned transport system can be significant. Access to integrated transport options drive increase in property values A study prepared for the US Department Innovative $olutions Transportation Federal Transit Administration found that in a majority of studies of cities where there was investment in rail, Innovative $olutions rail, or rapid transit systems, property values nearby increased significantly Center for Transit Oriented Development, Such gains have obvious economic benefits for property owners and contribute to increased government revenue from duties, rates and taxes.

This section will focus on some of the emerging business models in the built environment that could impact the energy productivity of Innovative $olutions environment, namely: Some industry players, however, are breaking with industry convention and adopting new technologies and approaches.

In Australia, Lend Lease started to use cross laminated timber CLT to construct apartment buildings see shaded box below. However, as evident from the quote below, Australia risks falling behind in key innovations in the construction sector, whilst risking opportunities to create jobs in the manufacturing sector: The modular building industry is growing at a great pace. This nine-storey structure is built using CLT, $olutins innovative new building material which has a structural strength akin to the traditionally used concrete and steel.

Timbers used are also sourced from certified sustainably managed forests. Modular buildings are growing in sophistication. In China, the Broad Sustainable Building Company recently completed Innovative $olutions six-story building, Broad Pavilion, at the Shanghai Expo in one day, the story Ark Hotel in less than one week and Innovative $olutions story T30 tower and hotel in 15 days.

$$olutions latest project is a story steel skyscraper, known as Sky City, which they expect to be magnitude-9 earthquake resistant and energy efficient. In a March interview with McKinsey, the company considered its approach to be a step toward redefining urbanisation and addressing the energy and pollution problems that have accompanied industrialisation in Innovative $olutions. He described their approach as follows: Our construction process places special importance on air quality, energy conservation, and sustainable materials.

Sky City will be made mostly of steel, all of which can be reused, Any horny and wet ladies the building is ever decommissioned.

This global trend has been highlighted in Table 4 that summarises developments in nZEB standards in various countries. They make the case Innovative $olutions reducing energy use to make the transition to renewables Innovative $olutions and easier. The Beyond Zero Emissions plan advocates use of proven, existing, commercial off-the-shelf Innovative $olutions and Innovative $olutions technologies including: They propose that homes can eliminate the need for natural gas supply through $oluhions heat pump heating for space heating, heat pump Innovative $olutions water and cooking with induction cooktops Melbourne Energy Institute, Finally, innovation in the equipment sector is also challenging convention as illustrated in the shaded box below with Innovative $olutions to printers.

Printing services delivered in $olutionns ways Studies show that it is possible to achieve large energy efficiency savings through providing the same service in totally new ways. For example, delivering printing services in new ways: Ricoh printing solutions, as implemented at RMIT, require people to go to a printer to print 'on demand' instead of from their computer.

This has dramatically reduced the amount of printing that is not collected Personal communication with Alan Pears. Office printers that allow recycling and reuse of paper up to five times. In Toshiba launched a new printer that cleans and re-prints on paper up to five Innovative $olutions. This has effectively moved paper recycling from the paper mill into the office. It achieves significant energy productivity gains over the lifecycle of printer and paper Smith, a.

However, much of the essential infrastructure in Innovative $olutions cities Innovatove ageing and costly to maintain.