Dr Bin Su

Professor
Architecture
Location: Building 001, Room 2042

Qualifications

Ph.D Arch, MPhil.Arch, BEng in Naval Arch & Ocean Eng.

Professional memberships

ASCE member (American Society of Civil Engineers)
ASHRAE member (American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers)

Supervised thesis projects

Wang, Shuo (2016). Daming Lake Meditation Centre : a Chinese meditation retreat centre in central Jinan
Zhu, Lijie (2016). Chinese community centre design : explanatory document aimed at creating a better Auckland City to live in by the hand of the community
Zhang, Jinghua (2015). High density housing
Zhang, Chen (2015). Zigzagging through : an architectural research project that examines how the proposed hutongism building complex could create an architectural link between past and present in a historic run down area
Razak, Mohammad Iskandar Abd. (2015). Air rights
Wang, Haunyu (2014). Avondale future vision
Li, Hui (2013). Investigate design methods for the Chinese academic library in the future : a design of Nan Hu campus library of Wu Han University of Technology in the future
Zheng, Hao Su (2012). 融 Fusion: Church design for a new Christian group in Auckland
Yang, Chen-yu (2012). HUB-210 : from destructor to generator
Roskruge, Alyssa (2011). A design system for homes and housing: A rationalised approach to housing supply for Auckland.
Sephton, Anthony (2011). Loose space and place: Finding sense of place within an industrial city fringe site
Ninas, Claudia (2011). Reuse: The lifecycle of buildings in New Zealand
Kang, Jong-Gyun (Richard) (2011). Point Britomart museum: Auckland waterfront development
Zhang, Li (2010). From efficiency to sufficiency: Towards the green high-rise building
Fu, Hao Yue (2010). The space of history museum
Jiao, Jie (2010). Design for Chinese University campus
Wen, Rui (2010). Architecture and tradition
Yap, Alby (2009). 'Static dynamic': An urban Outward Bound centre for youth

Publications

Su, B. (2017). Field study to compare and evaluate winter indoor thermal and health conditions of school buildings with different envelopes. Architectural Science Review (Vol. 60(1)).

Su, B. (2016). Impact of Building Envelope Design on Energy Consumption of Light Structure School Building. In R. Komurlu, A. P. Gurgun, A. Singh and S. Yazdani, Proceedings of The First European and Mediterranean Structural Engineering and Construction Conference.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3608

Su, B. (2016). Impact of Building Design on Energy Usage of Auckland Public Library. R. Komurlu, A. P. Gurgun, A. Singh and S. Yazdani, Proceedings of The First European and Mediterranean Structural Engineering and Construction Conference, Istanbul, May 24-29, 2016.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3607

Su, Bin. (2016). A wind tunnel CO2 trace gas testing device for building model external ventilation and air change rate. ZL 2016 2 0338154.6 (CN 205620105 U), 05 October 2016, China.

Su, Bin. (2016). A wind tunnel testing device for building model surface static pressure and pressure coefficient. ZL 2016 2 0351435.5 (CN 205655980 U), 19 November 2016, China.

Su, Bin. (2016). An indoor thermoelectric cooling air conditioning tent. ZL 2016 2 0332915.7 (CN 205747261 U), 30 November 2016, China.

Su, B. (2016). Field studies to investigate winter indoor thermal conditions of mechanical ventilated houses with different R-value of building envelopes. International Journal of Ventilation (Vol. November 2016).

Su, B. (2016). Field Studies to Investigate Impact of Increasing R-value of Building Envelope on Winter Indoor Relative Humidity of Auckland Houses. Miller, W. Healthy Housing 2016: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Energy and Environment of Residential Buildings.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3842

Su, B. (2015). Field Study for Evaluating Winter Thermal Performance of Auckland School Buildings. (CD Rom), Proceedings of 17th International Conference on Civil and Geological Engineering.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2841

Su, B. (2015). Field Study for Evaluating Winter Thermal Performance of Auckland School Buildings. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. International Journal of Civil, Structural, Construction and Architectural Engineering (Vol. (9)2).

Zhang, J., Su, B., & Zhao, J. (2015). A mechanical ventilation window with the photo-voltaic power. ZL2014 1 0045610.3, 15 September, China.

Su, B. (2015). Urban environmental design and green building. Zhao, J. L. and Kong, Y. W. Proceedings of 2014 Taishan Academic Forum - Green Building Design and Theory.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3843

Su, B. (2014). Future Housing Energy Efficiency Associated with the Auckland Unitary Plan (CD Rom). International Conference on Municipal Engineering, Proceedings of the ICME 2014.

Su, B. (2014). Future Housing Energy Efficiency Associated with the Auckland Unitary Plan. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. International Journal of Civil, Architectural, Structural and Construction Engineering (Vol. 8(7)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2913

Su, B. (2013). Impacts of Building Design Factors on Auckland School Energy Consumptions, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. International Journal of Civil, Architectural Science and Engineering (Vol. 7(12)).

Su, B. (2013). Indoor moisture control of Auckland houses with different ventilation systems, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. International Journal of Civil, Architectural Science and Engineering (Vol. 7(10)).

Su, B. (2013). Impacts of building design factors on Auckland school energy consumptions. Proceedings of ICBSE 2013: International Conference on Building Science and Engineering (CD Rom), Melbourne, December, 16-17, 2013. .

Su, B. (2013). Indoor moisture control of Auckland houses with different ventilation systems, Proceedings of ICCBE 2013: International Conference on Civil and Building Engineering (CD Rom), Dubai, October 22-23, 2013. .

Su, B. (2012). House indoor thermal and health conditions with different passive designs. Proceedings of ICECE 2012: International Conference on Environmental and Civil Engineering (CD Rom), Copenhagen, June 11-12, 2012.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2184

Su, B. (2012). Hotel Design and Energy Consumption. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (Vol. 72 (8)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2186

Su, B. (2012). House Indoor Thermal and Health Conditions with Different Passive Designs. House indoor thermal and health conditions with different passive designs. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 66 (1), pp. 22-25. pISSN 2010-376X, eISSN 2010-3778.

Su, B. (2012). Hotel Design and Energy Consumption. Proceedings of ICCAE 2012: International Conference on Civil and Architectural Engineering (CD Rom), Bangkok, Thailand. December 22-23, 2012.

Su, B. (2011). School design and energy efficiency. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (Vol. 60 4: 585-589).

Su, B. (2011). School design and energy efficiency. CD Rom N 109. Proceedings of ICSBIE: International Conference on Sustainable Building and Infrastructure Engineering.

Su, B. (2011). Impacts of the Courtyard with Glazed Roof on House Winter Thermal Conditions. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (Vol. 76 7).

Su, B. (2011). A Pilot Study on the Indoor Thermal Comfort of the 'Wind-Rain' House. International Journal of Ventilation (Vol. 10 1).

Su, B. (2011). Impacts of the Courtyard with Glazed Roof on House Winter Thermal Conditions. C. Ardil (Ed.). Proceedings of ICESSE 2011: International Conference on Environmental Systems Science and Engineering. Venice. (Vol. CD Rom).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2182

Su, B. (2011). The impact strength of building passive design on housing energy efficiency. Architectural Science Review (Vol. 54 (4)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2185

Su, B. (2010). A Field Study of "Wind - Rain" House. Rashed, A.Y.M., Othman, A.A.E. (Eds), Future Intermediate Sustainable Cities. Proceedings of First International Conference on Sustainability and the Future (Vol. Chapter 4).

Su, B. (2010). Dense housing and urban sustainable development. Brebbis, C.A., Hernandez, S. and Tiezzi, E. (Eds), The Sustainable City VI. Proceedings of Sixth International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability.

Su, B., and Wang, Q. (2009). Building passive design and hotel energy efficienty. Ghatoori, N. Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions in Structural Engineering and Construction5th International Structural Engineering and Construction Conference978-0-415-56809-8.

Su, B., and Aynsley, R. (2009). Roof thermal designs for naturally ventilated houses in a hot-humid climate. The International Journal of Ventilation (Vol. 7 4).

Su, B. (2009). Impact of neighbouring buildings on estimating indoor and outdoor ventilation. Conference Proceedings: iNTA-SEGA 2009iNTA-SEGA 2009: Holistic approaches to (rapid) sustainable architecture & environment.

Su, B. (2009). Energy consumption related to winter housing thermal performance. Ghatoori, N. Challenges, Opprotunities and Solutions in Structural Engineering and Construction5th International Structural Engineering and Construction Conference978-0-415-56809-8.

Su, B. (2009). Energy Efficiency Design for a House with Temporary Heating and Winter Daytime Cross Ventilation. International Journal of Ventilation1473-3315 (Vol. 8 2).

Su, B. (2008). The third skin: Architecture, technology and environment. Drake, S. Architectural Science Review (Vol. 51 1).

Su, B. (2008). Building passive design for preventing winter mould growth. Str-Tejsen, P., Olesen, B., Wargocki, P., Zukowska, D., and Toftum, J. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate (Vol. CD Rom).

Su, B. (2008). Building passive design and housing energy efficiency. Architectural Science Review (Vol. 51 3).

Su, B. (2007). Passive design and thermal performance of houses for local climate. Xie, Y., and Patnaikuni, I. Innovations in Structural Engineering and Construction. Proceedings of the Fourth International Structural Engineering and Construction ConferenceISEC-4 Conference (Vol. 2 2).

Su, B. (2006). Prevention of winter mould growth in housing. Architectural Science Review (Vol. 49 (4)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2187

Su, B. (2006). Active thermal control for traditional naturally ventilated buildings. The International Journal of Ventilation (Vol. 5 2).

Su, B., and Aynsley, R. (2006). A case study of roof thermal performance in naturally ventilated houses in hot-humid climates under summer conditions. Architectural Science Review (Vol. 49 4).

Su, B., and Aynsley, R. (2006). Natural ventilation in residential subdivisions. Malla, R., Binienda, W., and Maji, A. Proceedings of the 10th Biennial International Conference on Engineering, Construction, and Operations in Challenging Environments (Earth & Space 2006)Earth & Space 2006 Conference.

Su, B., Turner, D., Hewitt, J., & Wagner, C. (2005). Case study of medium and high density housing development in Auckland region. In S. Pratt & C. E. Davies (Eds.), The 5th Asia Pacific Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Technologies, proceedings (pp. 74-79). Palmerston North: Massy University. Paper presented at the APCSEET 2005 Conference, 8-11 May, Wellington.

Su, B., Turner, D., Hewitt, J., & Wagner, C. (2005). Study of sustainable medium and high density housing development. In T. Hara (Ed.), 'Collaboration and harmonisation in creative systems', Proceedings of the 3rd International Structural Engineering and Construction conference (Vol. 1, pp. 453-459). London: Taylor & Francis Group. Paper presented at the 3rd International Structural Engineering and Construction Conference (ISEC-03), 20-23 September, Shunan, Japan.

Su, B. (2005). Mould control strategy in Auckland houses without permanent active control. In H. Skates, L. Christie, A. Rogerson, A. Melling, & A. Tonks (Eds.), Unofficial proceedings of the 39th Annual Architectural Science Association Conference 'Fabricating sustainability' (CD Rom ed., pp. 11). Wellington: Victoria University. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association 'Fabricating sustainability', 17-19 November, Wellington.

Su, B. (2005). A feasibility study of an indoor air-conditioning tent for hot climates. In S. Pratt & C. E. Davies (Eds.), The 5th Asia Pacific Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Technologies, proceedings (pp. 7-12). Palmerston North: Massey University. Paper presented at the APCSEET 2005 Conference, 8-11 May, Wellington.

Turner, D., & Su, B. (2005). A classification methodology for medium density housing based on site layout analysis. In H. Skates, L. Christie, A. Rogerson, A. Melling, & A. Tonks (Eds.), Unofficial proceedings of the 39th Annual Architectural Science Association Conference 'Fabricating sustainability' (CD Rom ed., pp. 13). Wellington: Victoria University. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association 'Fabricating sustainability', 17-19 November, Wellington.

Aynsley, R., & Su, B. (2005). Insulation of roof in warm climates. In K. Sullivan & D. T. Kashiwagi (Eds.), Proceedings of the CIB W92/T23/W107 International Symposium on Procurement Systems 'The impact of cultural differences and systems on construction performance' (Vol. 2, pp. 617-625). Las Vegas, USA: Arizona State University. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Procurement Systems, 8-10 February, Las Vegas.

Su, B. (2004). Wind tunnel study for estimating outdoor ventilation in a dense low-rise building area. The International Journal of Ventilation, 3 (3), 245-253. www.ijovent.org.uk

Su, B. (2004). Architectural design of large hotel and energy used for internal space thermal control, International Conference on Sustainability Engineering and Science. Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Society for Sustainability Engineering and Science, 6-9 July, Auckland, New Zealand. www.nzsses.org.nz/conference/

Su, B. (2004). Mean energy used for central air-conditioning system related to hotel building design. In Z. Bromberek (Ed.), Contexts of architecture. Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA and International Building Performance Simulation Association - Australasia Conference (pp. 38-42). Launceston, Australia: School of Architecture, University of Tasmania, 10-12 November, Launceston, Australia.

Su, B. (2003). Estimating wind frequency limits for natural ventilation at remote site. In S. A. Rahman, K. Sopian, A. Z. Ahmed, & M. Y. Othman (Eds.), Proceedings at the international symposium on renewable energy 'Enviroment protection and energy solution for sustainable development' (pp. 323-330), 14-17 Setember, Kuala Lumpur.

Su, B. (2003). Developments in wind tunnel studies for estimating the cross ventilation potential for a low-rise building in a built-up area. International Journal of Ventilation, 2(1), 77-86.

Aynsley, R., & Su, B. (2003). A field study of indoor wind speed coefficients. In L. N. Lowes & G. R. Miller (Eds.), 2003 Structures congress and exposition (CD Rom ed., pp. 12 p.c.). Washington: American Society of Civil Engineers. Paper presented at the American Society of Civil Engineers conference, 29-31 May, Seattle.

Aynsley, R., & Su, B. (2003). CFD modelling at airflow for indoor comfort in the tropics. In S. A. Rahman, K. Sopian, A. Z. Ahmed, & M. Y. Othman (Eds.), Environment protection and energy solution for sustainable development (pp. 315-322). Kuala Lumpur, 14-17 September.

Su, B. (2002). A field study of mould growth and indoor health conditions in Auckland dwellings. Architectural Science Review, 45 (4), 275-284.

Aynsley, R., & Su, B. (2002). Estimating wind frequency for natural ventilation at remote sites. International Journal of Ventilation, 1 (2), 157-164.

Su, B. (2001). Estimation of Natural Cross-Ventilation Potentials of Medium-Density Housing in the Humid Tropics. Architectural Science Review, 44, 405-418.

Su, B. (2001). Estimation of Natural Ventilation Around Medium Density Housing in the Humid Tropics. Architectural Science Review, 44, 241-249.

Aynsley, R., & Su, B. (2000). Final Report on Field Study of Summer Thermal Conditions in Roofs. (Report to the Office of Sustainable Energy of the Department of Mines and Energy, Australia). Auckland: Unitec.