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In case you this is not readable the same has been sent by email to your email id also. Thanks bala Chapter1: Green Buildings 1. What does LEED stand for? Leadership in Energy & Environment Design 2. Which was the first LEED Platinum rated building in India? CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre 3. Which website can you get information about green buildings and the Indian Green Building Council? http://www.igbc.in 4. Which credit and how many points are awarded to a project with IGBC AP as a principal design team member Innovation , one point 5. Who can become members of IGBC? Any organisation (Arch, consult, Builder, instituiton etc) 6. Which member of the team needs to be a IGBC member for the project to claim the discount? Owner 7. Name the 4 Green rating systems available in India through IGBC, and which year these were launched? LEED India New construction -2007 LEED India core & shell in 2007 IGBC green Homes-2009 IGBC Green Factories -2009 8. What is the most recommended time for a project register for rating through IGBC? Initial Design Stage 9. At which stage should a project select the rating system the project will be following? Feasibility study 10. Where can the fees be found for registration / certification for an IGBC rating system? http://www.igbc.in and Particular rating page
11. Which area should not be considered in calculation of fees? Parking area 12. What is the next stage after the registration form is submitted on IGBC website? CIR 13. What does the project team receive after a project is registered with IGBC? Reference guide & Leed India templates 14. What is a CIR? Credit Interpretation Ruling 15. What steps should you take before filing a CIR? Check the intent, requirement, calculation details in reference Guide Check the previously logged CIR’s in the CIR page of IGBC website Submit a CIR 16. With registration, how many CIR’s does project receive for free and how much do subsequent CIRS cost? 2 free & beyond this 5000 per CIR 17. Where can you find other project CIR’s? http://www.igbc.in 18. What is Pre Certification? To market the project, apply for the leed rating proposed with submittals. 19. Which rating systems can you apply for Pre certification? Leed India Core & shell & IGBC Green homes 20. Can a project be denied credits in pre certification submittal? Yes. 21. If a project achieves “Gold” rating in pre certification, can it apply for Platinum in final certification? Yes 22. How often should project team update IGBC on status of project after pre certification? Every 6 months 23. If a project is achieving 45 credits and missing one pre requisite, can it still apply for certification? No 24. What items should be submitted with the application for
Pending & Denied 28. How long does IGCB take to perform preliminary review? 30 working days 26. How many credits / prerequisites does the IGBC verify on site? Up to six credits and/or prerequisites 32.igbc. Is there a discount for IGBC members? Yes 30. What is a clarification Reply of the Project team for the IGBC preliminary report of Pending & Denied credits. Name the 2 stages at which on site inspection takes place? During construction before awarding the certificate 33. How much time is given for project team to respond to Preliminary review? 30 working days 31.000/credit 36. Who reviews an Appeal? What documents should be submitted? Other than the first reviewed party all relevant documents related to that credit alone with All drawings & narration (original submittal for the credit) . What are the contents of Preliminary Review report? CAA (Credit Accept Anticipated. Filled in Leed india Templates Calculations Fees 25.certification? All building drawings.ft. How much does an appeal cost? Rs. Where are the fees available for certification and what are the fees based on? http://www. what are the options for a project team? Accept or appeal 34. How long does a project team have to appeal 15 working days 35. On receiving the final review.in & fees based on Sq. 20. 29. 27.
Is erosion and sedimentation control mandatory for a NC project? Yes 4. What are the different types of seeding? Temporary & Permanent 9. Sediment basin 11.in 40.37. Silver. Award letter & metal plague 38. air pollution reduce. On which website can you find the information on certified projects and accredited individuals of IGBC in India? http://www. Sediment trap. Name 4 structural controls to E&S? Earth dike. Certified 3. Is addressing construction stage for erosion & sedimentation sufficient? No 8. improve water quality 7. What is the difference between CIR and Clarification? CIR. What does erosion and sedimentation control helps to protect? Protect the top soil.igbc. Gold. What does a “certified” project receive from IGBC? Certificate. How many copies (soft & hard) of documents need to be sent to IGBC? 2 sets Soft copy Chapter 2: Sustainable Sites: 1. What impact does mulching have? Retains moisture & protect top soil 10. Which Indian standard is followed for Erosion & Sedimentation . What is a major renovation? More than 50% renovation (Envelope. What are the 4 levels of LEED certification a project can achieve? Platinum. Silt fencing. Which type of projects can NC rating system be applied to? New projects / more 50% owner occupied 5. HVAC & Electrical system) 6.requires details from IGBC Raised by project team answered by IGBC Clarification-Project team reply for the IGBC preliminary review 39. What are the 5 major chapters in LEED rating system? Sustainable Site/water efficiency / Energy & Atmosphere / Indoor Environment Quality / Material & Resources 2.
Best place for produce food. What are requirements if Alternative fuel vehicles are provided? 3 % of occupancy & preferred parking . hospital. What are the 2 options for Alt Trns C4. bus stop. What is the intent of encouraging alternative fuel vehicles? To reduce pollution from automobiles /save fuel 23. bank. library. 2 bus lines 21. How many bus stops and bus lines are required to achieve the credit? 1 stop with min. 2 buses 22. sodium Adequate & dependable water No rock or less rock 14. fitness centre & Museum . public transportation access? ½ mile Rail line or ¼ mile Bus Stop with min. Who lists endangered species in India? Wild life institute of India 15. What is a farmland? Produce crops with less damage to resources.000 sq. What is the minimum distance between site and wet land? 100 feet 16.Control? NBC part 10. Day care. R=. park. post office. senior care facility. section -4 12. laundry. What is a site with environmental or chemical contamination called? Brown field 20. pharmacy. cleaners. Is development on parkland appropriate? No 17. school.ft / acre 18.3root (acre x 43560) 19. beauty parlour. fire station. Acceptable acidity/alkalinity. What is the minimum density onsite and in calculated radius to achieve SSC2? 1. crop. Within 100 feet of wet land (ENVIS) Habitat of endangered species (WII) & Public parkland 13. salt. Name any 10 basic services & what is the radius within which 10 basic services and residential is required for SSc2? Hotel. chapter 1. place of worship. grocery.38 FAR ½ mile radius 60. Theatre. least cost. community centre. What types of sites are inappropriate for green buildings? Prime Farm land.
next to handicapped parking 27. brick 31. How can we minimize site disturbance in a Green Field site? By use less area for construction work. How much area of site should have vegetation to achieve SSC5. How do High SRI roofs help in Green Buildings? reduce the heat transfer to building 39. Is it better to meet or exceed the local parking requirements? Meet (Not to exceed) 26. How do Green Roofs greatly help to reduce Heat Island Effect? Green roof reduce the heat transfer/ gain 38. Concrete. What does Heat Island effect mean? Thermal gradient difference b/w developed & non developed area 35. Run off coefficients are higher for which materials? Asphalt. What are the requirements if recharge stations are provided? 3% of parking capacity 25. White coating. Define “preferred parking” Parking nearer to entrance. In any development should post development run off be higher or less than pre development run off? Should be less than 32. parking under shades. How can TSS be reduced before recharge? Harvesting pit 34. What is the intent of “Light Pollution Reduction” credit? Remove up lights and reduce ompact on nocturnal environments .24.1? 50% 29. Name any 4 strategies to prevent Heat Island Effect on non roof areas? Gardening. less disturbance to vegetation 28.2? 25% 30. What is TSS? Total suspended solid 33. A site should exceed local open space requirement by XX% to achieve SSC5. core. Higher 37. 36. What does SRI stand for? Is higher or lower SRI better to prevent heat island? Solar Reflectance Index . parking in basement.
What is the minimum % of potable water quantity is to be reduced to achieve the credit on water efficiency in air conditioning systems? 50% 14.1 Chapter 3: Water Efficiency: 1. Name the 3 largest consumers of water in a typical building? Irrigation. What is RBTS and which water can be treated using this system? Reed Bed Treatment system. What is potable water? Drinkable water 2. sprinkler irrigation 11. GPM.40. Toilets. What are appropriate ways to recharge roof and ground storm water? Roof water to open wells. Which are the 2 options to achieve the “innovative waste water . waste water 6. What is the standard pressure at which toilet fixtures should be measured? 80 PSI (Piunds per square inch) 4. integrate building with local ecology 10. Name some types of efficient irrigation systems? Drip irrigation . What is Xeri-scaping? Usage of desert plant/dry Landscape 9. Ac make up water 3. chemical oxygen demand & PCB 7. LPM and LPF stand for? Gallons per flush. How long is it acceptable to use temporary irrigation system when the project is attempting to completely eliminate the use of potable water consumption credit? 1 year 12. What are BOD and COD and who decides the allowable limits? Biochemical oxygen demand. What type of air conditioning systems utilizes water? Water cooled 13. Gallons per minute. litre per minute. What does GPF. litre per flush 5. Which standard is followed for calculating LPD for exterior lighting? Ashrae 90. surface water to Rain water harvesting pits 8. Why are native landscape considered green? They don’t need special care much of water.
Treated water must be infiltrated or used on-site 16. How do aerators help in flow fixtures? Maintain pressure & reduce the water usage 4: Energy & Atmosphere 1. wall. What are the major consumers of energy in a building? AC. What are dual flush toilets? Toilets with 2 flow rates 20. light. reduce the waste water generation (Ground water protection /less usage of water) 17. What are components that add to heat gain in a building? Glass.technologies” credit? Reduce potable water for sewage by 50% by using non potable water (or) treat 50% waste water to tertiary standards 15. What is the standard flow for a WC? 1. What are the 3 properties of glass considered while selecting glazing? U.. occupants 3. low flow fixtures. 7.) 4. owner etc. Which consultant is responsible for energy efficiency? All (Arch. Shading co-efficient. Reduce potable water use for building sewage by 50% by use of non potable water Treat 50% waste water onsite to tertiary standards. fans 2. Which fixtures are considered for calculating water use reduction in a building? Water efficient fixtures. Which is ideal orientation for building in terms of energy efficiency? Longest space facing north south 5. MEP. water less urinals 18. Vent.6 GPF at 80 psi 19. What is the intent of the “water use reduction” credit? Maximise water efficiency. What do SC and SHGC stand for? What is the conversion factor? . Lower is better. lights power equipment. VLT 6. What are the units of U value? And is higher / lower better? Btu/hr/ft2/0F or W/m2/ 0K. power equipments. Name any 3 ways to reduce amount of waste water generated in a building? Use STP treated water .
or ECBC whichever is more stringent 12. Name any 3 methods to improve efficiency of AC system? Water cooled chiller. Mention any 3 ways to improve efficiency of lighting systems? Natural lighting. What is fundamental commissioning? Agent to review design intent Incorporate commissioning requirement in the documents Develop commissioning plan During construction: • Verify installation • Functional performance • Training. VFD. Al powder. What are the options for improving wall U-value? Brick wall with insulation. AAC blocks 9. brick wall with air cavity. fly ash bricks. water). What are the types of roof insulation? Over deck. 18. heat recovery wheels. Which standard is followed for energy calculation / simulation? ASHRAE 90. under deck. individual control 15. Day light sensor. economiser. BMS 13.SC: Shading co-efficient & SHGC: Solar heat gain co efficient 8. What is BMS? Building management System 16. checking the equipments designed & commissioned properly. lime. installed & calibrated as intend 17. Hollow blocks. cement. What is LPD? Light power density 14. What are AAC blocks and which component is “recycled content”? Autoclaved Aerated Concrete blocks (with fly ash.1. High COP. Development and implement a commissioning plan. Can a member of the project team do fundamental commissioning? Yes if less than 50000sqft . insulation sandwiched 10. operation & maintenance documentation • Commissioning report Basically a plan. Occupancy sensor. fly ash 11. What are the benefits of commissioning? Cross checking all are as per documents & design. To ensure equipments are designed.
renewable energy? Produced at site (2. Global Warming Potential 21. Which protocol outlines requirements for preventing ozone depletion Montreal protocol 31. Hydro Fluoro Carbon. MEP services. . What are the requirements for energy produced to be claimed under EAC2. Which data is required to do energy modelling? All data – Arch. Which standards must be met to achieve “minimum energy performance” prerequisite? ECBC/ASHRAE 90. biogas 26. Hydro Chloro Fluoro Carbon. Wind. HCFC. Hydro.5%) 27. Who performs additional commissioning? Third party 29. glazing. How many points are available for energy efficiency in LEED NC Rating? 10 23. ODP and GWP stand for? Chloro Fluoro Carbon. Which are the 2 methods to prove compliance with ASHRAE / ECBC? Prescriptive & whole building performance (simulation) 24. What are examples of Renewable energy? Tidal. 25. Solar. etc. What is the intent of eliminating the use of CFC in HVAC & R systems? Prevent ozone depletion & global warming 22.1 20. HFC.19. What does CFC. % of renewable energy is calculated in comparison to… Total energy consumed in the building 28. landscape.5% 5% & 7. What stage is commissioning agent hired and how long is his role in project? Initial Stage of construction & up to one year after occupancy 30. What are requirements of “measurement & verification” credit? IPMVP (International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol) document to be verified & to be checked for 1 year after occupancy Third party will do measurement & verification during occupancy. Ozone Depletion Potential.
in a green building? Paper. foundation 5. plastics 2. false ceiling . What is additional commissioning ? • 3rd party to review design intent • Contractor submittal verification • Re commissioning management plan • Post occupancy review Chapter 5: Materials & Resources 1. In addition to bins. Name any 3 building elements that categorize as Shell.Exterior wall. 4. wooden flooring Structure-column. basement wall. what else needs to be incorporated in the design of the building? Space to earmarked. Heat Recovery Wheels & Economizers? Variable Frequency Drive : Give the A/c as per the requirement/ person so energy reduced Heat Recovery wheel: for pre cooling the fresh air using waste exhaust air which is at comparatively lower temperature (for energy conservation) Economizers : Supply fresh air when required (occupant) 36. glass.32. metal. What are the 5 materials (at a minimum) that a building occupant should have the appropriate bin to dispose off. roof deck. What are thermal breaks? Air gap between windows to reduce the heat conduction act as insulation is thermal break 35. What are VFD’s. What is Green Power? Producing renewable energy off site 33. Non Shell and Structure? Shell. Is “Storage & Collection of Recyclables” for during construction or post occupancy? Post occupancy 3. roof. beam. floor deck. doors. How much of building energy load should be green power? 50% 34. What is the intent of Building Reuse credit? . Centralised space to located. framing Non shell-windows. card board.
plastics Post industrial – Fly ash. What are the types of recycled content? Give some examples Post consumer – bottle-glass. steel. Name any 5 materials that would be considered construction waste? Brick. steal. How is construction waste measured and what is is the % to be achieved for 1 & 2 points? For 50% – 1 point & 75% – 2 and above 95% exemplary 1 point 11.Extent the life of the existing building & reduce construction waste 6. furniture’s. paper. Are windows shell or non shell? Non shell 7. How the value of resource reuse calculated and what is is it compared to for achieving points? The price of the actual (new item) – 5% of building material cost – 1 & 10% -2 13. glass. What is the goal of Construction waste management? Avoid the construction lead to landfill. gypsum 14. reduce the waste. pollution. Name 3 examples of Resource Reuse? Brick. recycle it properly 8. 16. reduce transportation. 9. Define manufacture and extraction? Final assembling place is Manufacture Raw material extraction – initial – Extraction 18. What is the intent of local / regional materials credit? Encourage local economy. wing. From where is the radius for local materials calculated? From site 19. What is allowable distance for a material to be “local” 500 miles (800 km) 17. How many years is the harvesting cycle considered as “rapidly renewable”? . What is the average recycled content % of steel and glass? Steel – 20-25% Glass – 10-15% 15. 10. 12. Is sand a construction waste? No. cement bags. Aeroplane tyre.
1 2. Can a material be counted in Building and Resource reuse? No. cooling tower 5. 6. 24. What is best location for CO2 sensors in terms of spaces and height? From floor between 3 ft 6 ft . Can a material be taken in rapidly renewable and certified wood credits? Yes Chapter 6: Indoor Environmental Quality 1. ETS. What are the standards outlined in ASHRAE 62. The forest is well managed. How is FSC wood better than un-certified wood? The wood is not better than normal wood. Which locations are inappropriate for fresh air intakes? Not near to exhaust areas. What is ETS? What is the intent of this credit? Environmental Tobacco Smoke. cotton. What does FSC stand for? Forest Stewardship Council 22. What is the benefit of monitoring CO2 in a space? Increase the fresh air 8. Avoid the exposure of ETS to occupants/non-smokers.Less than 10 years 20. [Eucalyptous. wool] 21. What are the 2 options for meeting ETS requirements? Declare building as No Smoking Provide dedicated smoking area with proper ventilation (to be maintained under –ive pressure) 7. parking garage. 23. What standard is followed for Minimum Indoor Environmental Ventilation requirements? ASHRAE 62. MDF (Medium Density Fibre board). What is CFM? Cubit Feet per Minute 4. 25.1? Ventilation standrards 3. straw. What certificate is required for credit compliance for FSC wood? Chain of custody. Some examples of rapidly renewable? Bamboo.
Architectural sealants. chemical pollutants & dusts 21. what is the MERV value credit? MERV-13 . What does VOC stand for? Volatile Organic Compound 16. To achieve the credit. Green label plus 19. What types of rooms require independent ventilation? Chemical. 22.Sheet Metal & Air conditioning Contractors National Association 12. What is the intent of the “indoor chemical & pollutant source control” credit? Avoid exposure of building occupants to hazardous.9. What is the benefit of using low VOC materials? Prevent exposure of chemical toxicants. What is the benefit of a Construction IAQ Plan? Well being of construction workers / occupants Protection of equipments 11. What % better than ASHRAE should be achieved to get credits and for what % of spaces? 30% for 90% spaces 10. Sealants & primer. AC Insulation adhesive. Use phenol formaldehyde 20. Which resin is not allowed in Wood & Agrifiber products? Mention any other resin? Urea formaldehyde – not allowed. irritation 15. Name the 4 categories of low VOC materials required by LEED? Adhesives. What is Building Flush Out and when is it done? Before occupation. Which standard is used for Construction IAQ? SMACNA. Paints & coating. What is MERV and where is it used? Minimum Efficiency reporting Value – this is filter media used in AHU 13. Carpet 17. tile adhesive. by natural fresh air for 2 weeks Ac operation & replace the MERV 8 14. Name 4 adhesives & sealants in a building? Carpet adhesive. ETS. Which standard is followed for carpets and carpet adhesives? Carpet & Rug Institute. copier. Fire sealants 18.
Car pooling. Mention any 3 innovations in a green building? Green education. . Which areas are to provide the controllability? Regularly occupied areas 26. What topics are covered in innovation & design chapter? Innovative performance in Green Building categories not specifically addressed by LEED also it provides one point if IGBC AP is involved 2. Green house keeping. thermostat. Amount of glass in comparison to floor area.23. What is the % of spaces to have indoor – outdoor connection 95% Chapter 7: Innovation & Design 1. What is the minimum % of occupants should satisfied with thermal conditions. 32. Facilitates individual thermal & lighting controllability 24. 25. When must the verification survey be conducted? 6-18 months 30. What does daylight factor depend on? VLT. What are the advantages of providing “Controllability of systems”? Save energy. below which corrective action needs to be taken? 80% 31. Example of controllability of systems. What is “Innovation” in a green building rating system? Doing something new which were not related to any of the credit system 3. Automatic sensors . lighting? BMS . What is the benefit of natural daylight? Energy saving & conservation 33. 27. What % of space should meet minimum daylight requirements? 75% of regularly occupied area 34. What is the height between which views are possible through glazing? 2’6” to 7’6” 35. What are the standards for operable windows? 10 ft either side of the window and 20 ft inside the window. What are the focus areas of ASHRAE 55? Thermal comfort : Temperature & Humidity control 29. Which standard is followed for Thermal comfort credit? Ashrae 55 28.
which are the applicable . What is covered in NBC Part 10. optimizing energy performance 11. refrigeration & air-conditioning Engineers. Composite. cold 9. Envelope. What does ASHRAE stand for? Americal seceity of heating. warm humid. and Chapter 4? Control of erosion & sedimentation control 2. What is maximum glazed area (% of gross wall area) in prescriptive approach? 60% 8. What does ECBC stand for? Energy conservation building code 3. Which topics are covered in ASHRAE 62. Who developed the ECBC? Is it mandatory? BEE – Bureau of Energy Efficiency. temperate. What are 2 approaches for Energy Conservation? Prescriptive & whole building performance (simulation) 7. Mention any 3 credits which could qualify for exemplary performance? 100% AC make up water from Treated water. reducing or salvage more than 95% construction waste. 5. Section1.1. Define exemplary performance? Meeting more than specified in the credit limit 5. Lighting. To which projects can ECBC be applied? Moe than 500kW connected load or 600kva contract demand or 1000 sq. architect. Which topics are covered in ASHRAE 90. What are the building systems covered under ECBC? Ac. 95% to 100 % FSC wood . More than 20% regional material. 10. hot water system. which are the applicable credits? Energy . Not mandatory 4. At a minimum.1. What are the 5 climate zones in India per ECBC? Hot dry.mtr Ac space 6. 95% lighting energy reduction by day light views 6. more than 10% (15%) recycle content. who should be a LEED AP to achieve the point in LEED rating system? Consultant. more than 50%(95%) roof garden .4. Design team member Chapter 8: Green Building Codes 1.
no chemicals 8. What is the broad objective of using low VOC? Reduced exposure of occupants to toxic chemicals resulting in respiratory and discomfort 6. Which of the following are appropriate sites? Should not be farmland. Why do walls in a building need to be insulated? Reduce heat transfer / gain through conduction 4. How do VFD’s assist in green buildings? Variable Frequency Drives regulate air conditioning per requirement / occupancy and hence reduce energy consumption 9. What does Evapo-transpiration refer to? ` Evapo transpiration is loss of water by plants due to evaporation and transpiration 7. What does recycling construction debris encourage? . What is SMACNA? Which credit does it apply to? Sheet Metal & Air conditioning Contractors National Association & Construction IAQ credit 13. reduced heat island effect 10. What is ASHRAE 55 and what topics are covered? Thermal comfort : Temperature & humidity control 14.credits? Indoor environment quality 12. Work from home encourages what culture? Mixed use buildings with reduced travel (hence fuel & pollution) from travel 3. Why are lighter shades of paint preferred? Reflect away heat rather than conducting. Aerobic. What are materials with recycled content? Materials which have a certain amount of waste product or recycled product included in the manufacturing process. What is CRI & Green Label certification? Carpet & rug institute –are the certifying authority Green Label plus requirements –Certificate for carpet 1. endangered species. 2. 100fet of wetland & parkland 5. What principle does composite toilet work? Use of bacteria to treated organic waste and it can be reused as compost.
VOC & contaminants. What causes failure in day-lighting? . Also reduces waste and encourages onsite reuse 11. flooring. windows 25. halogens 21. What are factors determining IAQ? Fresh air. site imperviousness 18. CFL is good replacement for? Incandescent bulbs. What causes SBS? Sick Building Syndrome – poor indoor environment quality and inadequate fresh air 22. where one space can have higher LPD and one less. as long as total LPD is below ASHRAE 17. Waterless urinals help in what? Reduces water used for sewage conveyance 23. RWH calculations should be according to which parameters? Rainfall. When should fresh air be pumped into the space? When co2 levels are raised due to human occupancy 13. What are the ideal location of CO2 sensors 3’-6” above floor : breathing zone 14.Prevents waste being sent to landfill. savings in energy 20. Trade off in LPD is accepted when? Whole building method. What are Non shell elements? Non Shell: doors. What are Green Woods? Green wood can be FSC certified or rapidly renewable 16. U Value or SHGC is important for a building in tropical climate should be? Both are important. 24. What is the intent of roof garden? Roof garden reduces heat island effect and also reduces conductive heat gain by increasing insulating property of roof 12. What is the benefit of providing Individual controls to occupants? Adjust personal climate. What is silt fencing? Silt fence helps to prevents erosion & sedimentation by trapping silt from running water 15. partitions. & daylight 19.
earth dikes. Examples of Post industrial recycled content? Fly ash. to reduce water consumption for landscape 30. Installing moisture sensors in landscapes helps in? Supplying water for landscape only when required (soil becoming dry) 38. cacti and hard materials. sediment basin. less VOC and toxins which result in respiratory issues 27. Less VOC can cause what difference to occupants? Better air quality. What are stabilization using structural controls? Using structural controls to prevent sedimentation: silt fence. If the building is predominantly factory with other offices spaces attached to it what rating can we opt? . What happens to the water flow in faucet when pressure is decreased? Water flow is decreased 39. Maximum post development storm water run-off should be? Less than pre development run off 36.Inadequate glare control 26. sediment traps 29. reduce demand on virgin materials 32. co2 sensors 40. What is the percentage of recycled content in steel? 20 – 25 % for steel 33. steel 35. Objective for purchasing products with recycled content? Encourage recycling and use of recycled materials in manufacture process. Building orientation is crucial why? Reduced heat gain by longer axis facing north south 34. RBTS best to treat which water? Reed Bed Treatment System for waste water 31. Broad intent to design with daylight and view? Maximize indoor outdoor connection and reduce operation of artificial lights by using natural daylight 37. Economizers work in what principles? Supplying fresh air only when rooms are occupied. Runoff co-efficient for asphalt is low or high? High 28. What are Xeriscapes and what are the benefits? Landscape using minimum plants.
identifies any installation mistakes 53. Green roof is installed to? Roof garden reduces heat island effect and also reduces conductive heat gain by increasing insulating property of roof 48. CFC reduction/elimination in refrigerants helps in what? Reduce ozone depletion . Why we have to study the soil condition before landscape? Appropriate plants species and irrigation systems 52. except for one perquisite? No.Green factories IGBC 41. Who reviews the appeal? Different Assessor. Could certification be achieved if the project gets maximum credits. How much time does IGBC takes for 1st Review? 30 days 46. Can a project apply for platinum rating if its gold rating in precertified Yes 51. What does the project team do when there is a challenge in the interpretation of a credit or prerequisite? Submit CIR 42. Quantity of water required per head for domestic and non domestic usage (as per NBC)? 135 litres / person / day 50. Quantity of water required per head in a office building (as per NBC) 45 litres / person / day 49. What is the interval in which the pre-certified project should be updated with IGBC 6 months 47. How does commissioning help? Ensures proper installation and functioning per design. not the one who reviewed first time 45. all pre reqs should be achieved 44. What does the project team do when they have failed in getting a particular credit and they are confident in getting? Appeal 43.
If there is substantial wood requirement in a building how to make it green? FSC wood. Follow whichever is MOST stringent 66. Composite.54. Which is a brown field development? Contaminated site. smoking areas. Oil grit separators are installed to: To filter oil in storm water run-off 69. Which agency concern about construction IAQ management plan? SMACNA. chemical or physical. What is the benefit of construction waste management? Prevent waste going to landfill 55. ECBC is been devised by ECBC was devised by Bureau of Energy Efficiency BEE 65. Cold 67. and no pollutant source 59. The Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) is applicable to . should be done by contractor and documented by taking photos 61. ECBC has divided Indian into how many climate zones? 5 climate zone: Hot Dry. Where should the location of fresh air intakes be in a building? Away from exhausts. What is the ASHRAE standard for ventilation? ASHRAE 62. What does ASHRAE 55 speak about? Thermal comfort: temperature and humidity 58. What happens if we increase the ventilation in a building more than the ECBC standards? Better IAQ (more fresh air) but increase in energy consumption 60.. What does SRI property in a material define? SRI is solar Reflectance Index. What is the intent in developing in a previously developed site? Reduce development of green fields and use sites within developed area rather than away from city 64. landfill etc 63. Temperate. What does ENVIS concern about? ENVIS: wet lands 62. rapidly renewable wood or MDF (recycled content) 56. Warm Humid.1 57. What happens if the local control regulations are stringent than the ECBC or ASHRAE standards. how much solar radiation is reflected 68.
If a credit point has been denied for a project and the project team feels they have complied with the credit requirement. Storm water harvesting c. Brick wall Concrete walls vs. Neither too low nor too high 9. Both walls conduct same heat d. Glass wool d.9 b. Depends on the climate 8. Extruded polysterene c. Perform soil and climate analysis to determine the species of plants which will adapt best Reduce water requirement for landscaping Pervious pavement will secure points under which credit a. 15-30 air changes /hr b. Reducing site disturbance d. Select glass with high visual list transmittance value d.5 d. Provide light shelves above the working level b. 3-5 air changes /hr . 0 c. 0. Restrict users from closing down the windows c. 0.buildings or building complexes that have a connected load 500 kW or greater 70. Fly ash walls conduct less heat b. Light pollution 6. Optimal c. As high as possible d. 0. Heat island – non roof b. fly ash walls a. Concrete walls conduct less heat c. Provide artificial lighting 10. Recommended ventilation rates for non-a/c spaces in factories as per NBC a. As low as possible b. Design solution to address glare problem due to glazing a. Thermocol b. Shading Coefficient of Glass in tropical climate regions should be a. Given that thickness is a constant. the project team Can appeal for review of the credit 71.1 11. which insulation restricts the maximum conduction of heat a. Species factor for vegetation that need no water for irrigation is a.
No of occupants and function 13. flowers/leaves are not in entrance so that organic matter do not migrate into the building. Reporting Coefficient of Chiller is as per which standard: a. Increasing water use c. NBC parking are guidelines are based on: a. Good vegetation . Waste water reduction d. 8-10 air changes /hr d.c. Ensure species that drop berries. Enhance energy & IAQ 17. Location c. Provide IAQ during construction d. Reduce moisture d. Improve IAQ b. BEE c. Maximum day-lit areas b. Enhanced views c. Potable water d. Protect berries. Enhance interior lighting levels c. Building function d. Reducing LPD b. Low building footprint 14. 2-4 air changes /hr 12. Thermal comfort d. This is to take care of: a. Black water b. Reduce light pollution d. Design building walls with shallow floor plates will help in: a. Ensure good IAQ 16. Normal water 18. Ensure local bio diversity c. Building area b. ISHRAE d. Toilet and kitchen & sink waste water with organic waste are: a. Reducing water use b. CTI b. flowers/leaves b. Monitor building performance 15. Moisture sensors in landscape help in: a. LED and T-5 lights help in: a. ARI 19. Gray water c. Verify proper implementation of green building measures c. Insist on post-occupancy performance audit to: a.
b. 6. 2. Preferred location of CO2 sensors in rooms of low occupancy Fresh air entry Return air ducts Outside the room Inside the space at breathing level Preferred location of CO2 sensors in rooms of high occupancy Fresh air entry Return air ducts Outside the room Inside the space at breathing level LPD od office spaces as per ECBC is 10 w/ft2 20 w/ft2 30 w/ft2 1 w/ft2 Domestic & non-domestic water need as per NBS for urban population 100-150 ltr/head/day 70-100 ltr/head/day 30-50 ltr/head/day 150-200 ltr/head/day Pervious pavement will secure points under which credit Heat island – non roof Storm water harvesting Reducing site disturbance Light pollution Given that thickness is a constant. 7.1 1. 0. a.Species factor for vegetation that need no water for irrigation is a. 0. c. d. 5.5 d. d. c. 4. c. which insulation restricts the maximum conduction of heat Thermocol Extruded polysterene Glass wool Brick wall Concrete walls vs. d. c. fly ash walls Fly ash walls conduct less heat Concrete walls conduct less heat Both walls conduct same heat Depends on the climate . a. b. a. b. d. a. d. c. a. 3. b. b. 0. b. c. 0 c. d. a.9 b. d. b. a. c.
Optimal c. Enhance energy & IAQ . Monitor building performance 15. 8-10 air changes /hr d. Provide light shelves above the working level b. Provide artificial lighting 10. Design solution to address glare problem due to glazing a.1 11.5 d. Location c. 0 c. 15-30 air changes /hr b. Building area b. Restrict users from closing down the windows c.8. Recommended ventilation rates for non-a/c spaces in factories as per NBC a. Verify proper implementation of green building measures c. Protect berries. Design building walls with shallow floor plates will help in: a. Shading Coefficient of Glass in tropical climate regions should be a. As low as possible b. As high as possible d. Neither too low nor too high 9. This is to take care of: a. Species factor for vegetation that need no water for irrigation is a. Reduce moisture d. Reduce light pollution d. 0. Enhanced views c. Ensure good IAQ 16. flowers/leaves b. Select glass with high visual list transmittance value d. Insist on post-occupancy performance audit to: a. Ensure species that drop berries. 2-4 air changes /hr 12. Improve IAQ b. flowers/leaves are not in entrance so that organic matter do not migrate into the building. LED and T-5 lights help in: a. Maximum day-lit areas b. Ensure local bio diversity c. 3-5 air changes /hr c. NBC parking are guidelines are based on: a. 0. Provide IAQ during construction d. Low building footprint 14. Building function d. Reducing LPD b. Thermal comfort d. No of occupants and function 13.9 b. 0. Enhance interior lighting levels c.
b. Toilet and kitchen & sink waste water with organic waste are: Black water Gray water Potable water Normal water Reporting Coefficient of Chiller is as per which standard: CTI BEE ISHRAE ARI Moisture sensors in landscape help in: Reducing water use Increasing water use Waste water reduction Good vegetation ECBC divides India into how many climate zones 5 4 6 3 . a. 20. 19. b. a. b. a.17. d. d. d. c. c. a. b. d. c. 18. c.
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