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Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering

Front. Struct. Civ. Eng.    2020, Vol. 14 Issue (5) : 1049-1055     https://doi.org/10.1007/s11709-020-0668-6
FOREFRONT PERSPECTIVE
Green building research from design to operation in the past 20 years: A perspective
Borong LIN1,2, Yi WANG3,4, Jiaping LIU3,5(), Juan YU1,2
1. Department of Building Science, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China
2. Key Laboratory of Eco Planning & Green Building, Ministry of Education, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China
3. State Key Laboratory of Green Building in Western China, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, Xi’an 710055, China
4. School of Building Services Science and Engineering, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, Xi’an 710055, China
5. College of Architecture, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, Xi’an 710055, China
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Online First Date: 29 October 2020    Issue Date: 16 November 2020
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Borong LIN,Yi WANG,Jiaping LIU, et al. Green building research from design to operation in the past 20 years: A perspective[J]. Front. Struct. Civ. Eng., 2020, 14(5): 1049-1055.
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Fig.1  Distribution of the number of green building research articles in various countries.
no. country/region quantity ratio of quantity times cited ratio of times cited citations per paper
1 China 42 22.83%? 2661? 35.76%? 63.36
2 USA 27 14.67%? 1331? 17.89%? 49.30
3 Australia 25 13.59%? 1130? 15.18%? 45.20
4 Italy 15 8.15% 394 5.29% 26.27
5 UK 14 7.61% 398 5.35% 28.43
6 Singapore 10 5.43% 224 3.01% 22.40
7 Spain ?9 4.89% 556 7.47% 61.78
8 Switzerland ?9 4.89% 372 5.00% 41.33
9 Norway ?9 4.89% 209 2.81% 23.22
10 Germany ?8 4.35% 244 3.28% 30.50
Tab.1  The main counties/regions with publications on the green building design methods based on the whole life cycle
NO. Institution Quantity Ratio of quantity T Ratio of times cited Citations per paper
1 Hong Kong Polytechnic University 18 9.78% 1021 13.72% 56.72
2 National University of Singapore 8 4.35% 205 2.75% 25.63
3 Chongqing University 7 3.80% 279 3.75% 39.86
4 City University of Hong Kong 5 2.72% 756 10.16% 151.20
5 the University of Melbourne 5 2.72% 186 2.50% 37.20
6 Central Queensland University 5 2.72% 163 2.19% 32.60
7 University of Perugia 4 2.17% 255 3.43% 63.75
8 Norwegian University of Science and Technology 4 2.17% 134 1.80% 33.50
9 Yonsei University 4 2.17% 124 1.67% 31.00
10 Swiss Fed Inst Technol 4 2.17% 94 1.26% 23.50
Tab.2  The main organizations with publications on the green building design methods based on the whole life cycle
Fig.2  Cooperation network between the top ten countries/regions with publications of the green building design methods based on the whole life cycle.
Fig.3  Cooperation network between the top ten organizations with publications of the green building design methods based on the whole life cycle.
no. country/region citing quantity ratio of citing quantity mean year
1 China 1429? 28.43%? 2017.4
2 USA 766 15.24%? 2017.0
3 UK 518 10.31%? 2017.1
4 Australia 502 9.99% 2017.1
5 Italy 471 9.37% 2016.9
6 Spain 333 6.63% 2017.1
7 Germany 235 4.68% 2017.2
8 Canada 205 4.08% 2017.4
9 South Korea 201 4.00% 2017.1
10 France 195 3.88% 2016.8
Tab.3  The main counties/regions citing publications on the green building methods based on the whole life cycle
no. institution citing quantity ratio of citing quantity mean year
1 Hong Kong Polytechnic University 208? 21.73%? 2017.3
2 Tsinghua University 104? 10.87%? 2017.6
3 Chongqing University 94 9.82% 2017.5
4 Chinese Academy of Sciences 81 8.46% 2017.2
5 National University of Singapore 78 8.15% 2017.2
6 City University of Hong Kong 71 7.42% 2016.4
7 Tongji University 67 7.00% 2017.4
8 Yonsei University 66 6.90% 2016.4
9 Shenzhen University 66 6.90% 2017.3
10 University of Perugia 61 6.37% 2016.3
Tab.4  The main organizations citing core publications on the green building design methods based on the whole life cycle
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