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Construction (n) [kənˈstrəkSHən]
The act or process of building something using fabricated products.
Consultation (n) [känsəlˈtāSHən]
The act or process of discussing a subject with the goal of making an informed decision.
Design (n) [də-zīn]
The purposeful or inventive arrangement of elements or details accomplished prior to fabrication and construction.
Engineering (n) [enjəˈni(ə)riNG]
The application of applied sciences such as electromagnetism, dynamics, heat transfer, and mechanics of materials in the design, fabrication and construction of cooling/heating systems, control systems, buildings, hydroelectric turbines, pipe/pump systems, and water wheels.
Fabrication (n) [ˌfabrəˈkāSHən]
The act or process of making products using raw materials, for example, using stainless steel to create cross flow turbine runners and water wheels.
Green Building (v) [grēn ˈbildiNG]
The act or process of creating a building that is environmentally sustainable and resource efficient throughout the building's life cycle by fully considering and properly addressing siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and demolition. To learn more about this subject, the is a great website to visit.
Hydronic (adv) [hīˈdränik]
A cooling/heating system that transfers heat by circulating a fluid through a closed pipe/pump system.
Integration (n) [ˌintiˈgrāSHən]
The act of combining design details or products into an unified whole.
Passive Solar (n) [ˈpasiv ˈsōlər]
Design details and products used in a building to maximize the use of sunlight to cool or heat interior spaces without requiring any electrical/mechanical devices to distribute the heat throughout the building.
Radiant (adv) [ˈrādēənt]
Heat emitted or propagated through electromagnetic radiation as opposed to convection or conduction.
Water Work (n) [ˈwôtər wərk]
A project that distributes, purifies, stores, or uses water for beneficial use.