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    • A model-based feasibility study of combined heat and power systems for use in urban environments 

      Frankland, Jennifer Hope (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-07-03)
      In the United States, 40% of energy use was for electricity generation in 2011, but two thirds of the energy used to produce electricity was lost as heat. Combined heat and power systems are an energy technology that ...
    • Belt line - Atlanta : design of infrastructure as a reflection of public policy 

      Gravel, Ryan Austin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999)
    • The Future of Energy and Design 

      Augenbroe, Godfried; Breen, Rita; Gentry, Russell; Jackson, Roderick; MIller, Justin; Schmidt, Jacqueline (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-11)
      Every year, the world’s population increases by 65 million people, and over the next 13 years, 600 cities will account for nearly 65 percent of global GDP growth. This afternoon symposium will explore ideas related to 21st ...
    • Media, Democracy, and Technology 

      Alonso, Paul; Rodriguez, Juan Carlos; Liu, Jin; Farooq, Nihad (2015-10-16)
    • Metropolitan American in a Globalizing Age: Inequalities and Opportunities 

      Amsterdam, Daniel; Higginbotham, Elizabeth; Needham, Andrew; Nicolaides, Rebecca; Shapiro, Thomas; Usselman, Steven W. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-04-22)
      This keynote panel presentation, a part of the Metropolitan America in a Globalizing Age: Inequalities and Opportunities symposium hosted by the School of History and Sociology at Georgia Tech, seeks to investigate various ...
    • The Net Fiscal Effects of Illegal Immigrants: Evidence from the Urban Counties of Georgia 

      Glover, Victoria Anne (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-11-26)
      This thesis engages in a review of the existing literature and empirical analysis, which addresses the impact of immigrants, specifically illegal, on urban counties in Georgia. It is increasingly accepted that immigration ...
    • Operating Speed Models for Low Speed Urban Enviroments based on In-Vehcile GPS 

      Wang, Jun (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-04-07)
      Low speed urban streets are designed to provide both access and mobility, and accommodate multiple road users, such as bicyclists and pedestrians. However, speeds on these facilities often exceed the intended operating ...
    • Organization and Simplification of High-Resolution 3D City Facades 

      Parry, Robert Mitchell; Ribarsky, William; Shaw, Christopher D.; Jang, Justin; Faust, Nick L. (Nickolas Lea) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      This paper describes an approach for the organization and simplification of high-resolution geometry and imagery data for 3D buildings for interactive city navigation. At the highest level of organization, building data ...
    • Rethinking downtown highways 

      LaRoche, Lealan Dorothy Marie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-12-21)
      Freeways have had a strong influence not only on the urban transportation but also on downtown areas both physically and socially. Certainly, they have extended the commuting limits of the city and made lower land costs ...
    • Urban Watershed Initiatives: A City of Atlanta Case Study 

      Hall, Ken C.; Richards, Tyler (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, 1997-03)
      Watershed based initiatives are often proposed for water supply watershed protection or for growing areas in order to plan growth in ways that minimize impacts on water quality. However urban watersheds, once considered a ...