As a result of the rapid economic development in Vietnam, lifestyles and the needs of residents change in new building typologies with materials, constructions, and supply systems that were not previously common. This development leads to far-reaching issues with structures and building physics, especially under the demanding climatic conditions. This hinders the implementation of energy-efficient and sustainable construction practices in the local construction market. Consequently, the German-Vietnamese project CAMaRSEC supports the implementation and further development of energy-efficient, resource-efficient and sustainable construction practices.
Based on interdisciplinary problem analysis and fundamental research, effective infrastructures for research, characteristic value determination, training, education and the transfer of scientific results into Vietnamese construction and planning practices are developed.
Most of the work package in the CAMaRSEC project have tangible outputs designed and developed the make an effective contribution to energy- and resource-efficient construction practice and improve living in the modern build environment in Vietnam and the tropical region. On the following pages the outputs are introduced and made available to the relevant stakeholders.
As a basis for the work in the context of the CAMaRSEC project various resource and references have been collected during the research. Also own scientific publications, status reports and presentations have been prepared and listed on the following page.