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Selection Criteria for Building Performance Simulation Tools : Contrasting Architects and Engineers Needs

Bibliographic reference Attia, Shady Galal Mohamed ; Hensen, Jan LM ; Beltrán, Liliana ; De Herde, André. Selection Criteria for Building Performance Simulation Tools : Contrasting Architects and Engineers Needs. In: Journal of Building Performance Simulaion, , p. 1-15 (2011/09/14)
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