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  • Building Massing and Orientation in the Passive Design Process 

    Mazzuca, Nathan (2016-04)
    Passive Design refers to a design approach that uses natural energy sources in place of purchased energy such as electricity or natural gases. Depending how a structure is designed, the natural energy from the sun can ...
  • Defining Eastern North Carolina Upriver Steamboats Through Tar River Archaeology and History 

    Wyllie, Elizabeth (East Carolina University, 2012)
    This thesis will identify the salient features of North Carolina upriver steamboats and their relationships to steamboats from a variety of regions in the United States in an effort to understand the means by which people ...
  • Risk Considerations in the Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the Construction Industry 

    Wang, George; Hollar, Donna; Sayger, Susan; Zhu, Zhen; Buckeridge, John S.; Li, Jie; Chong, Jimmy; Duffield, Colin; Ryu, Dongryeol; Hu, Wei (2016-12)
    The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the construction industry is swiftly growing worldwide. UAVs are changing the way construction companies do business. Contractors are increasingly using camera-mounted UAVs ...
  • Rooftop Gardens and Solar Energy 

    Wilson, Tyler (2016-04)
    Green roofs are a form of green architecture used to provide a natural insulation for a residential or commercial building. The green roof replaces the traditional roofing shingles. The roof is composed of soil and vegetation. ...