Session schedule

 
Monday 16th of June    See schedule on: Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday

Stora Salen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 09:15 Symposium opening
09:15 – 10:00 Keynote lecture by Professor Johnny Kronvall
Building Physics – an attempt to a 30 years´ evolution story
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Air tightness I
Session chair: Nuno Ramos
A quantitative evaluation of airtightness measurement experiences
Thomas Olofsson, Umeå University
1
Analysis and prediction of transient flow during night ventilation in a full scale test room
Dirk Saelens, KU Leuven
2
Determination of the ventilation rate in a full scale night ventilation experiment through tracer gas measurements
Dirk Saelens, KU Leuven
3
The impact of leakage properties onto the flow-through of single leakages
Jens Schmidt, TU Kaiserslautern
4
Effect of different facade systems on the cooling capacity of a cooled ceiling – Tracer gas measurement of the air flow
Katharina Eder, Vienna University of Technology
5
Effect of different facade systems on the cooling capacity of a cooled ceiling – CFD modeling
Katharina Eder, Vienna University of Technology
6
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Air tightness II
Session chair: Stig Geving
Air leakage and hygrothermal performance of an internally insulated log house
Üllar Alev, Tallinn University of Technology
7
Apartment’s air-tightness in an apartment block area from the 1960s
Dan Jönsson, Lund University
8
On the coupling of a zonal model with a multizone building energy simulation modelLien
De Backer, Ghent University
9
A heat-airflow model for simulating the effects of air leakage on the temperature field in porous insulation
Clément Belleudy, LOCIE
10
Airtightness of office and school buildings in Sweden – measurements and analyses of the implication for the energy use
Åke Blomsterberg, WSP
11
Manageable supervision of air tightness for large buildings
Mikael Kläth, Dry-IT AB
12
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45 Retrofitting of Buildings I
Session chair: Petter Wallentén
Holistic retrofit and follow-up through monitoring: Case Virkakatu, Oulu, Finland
Simon le Roux, Aalto University
146
Energy retrofitting of an old multi-storey building with heritage value. A case study in Copenhagen with full-scale measurements
Maria Harrestrup, The Technical University of Denmark
147
Low Energy Retrofitting in Sweden – Thirty-one feasibility studies
Katarina Högdal, WSP Environmental / Speaker: Christina Andersson
148
Methodology to ensure good indoor environment in energy efficient retrofitting
Tuomo Ojanen, VTT
149
Individual energy savings for individual flats in blocks of flats
Anker Nielsen, Aalborg University
150
Renovation vs. demolition of an old apartment building: energy use, economic and environmental analysis.
Kalle Kuusk, Tallinn University of Technology
151

Monday 16th of June

Palaestra, Palaestra at Oedeum
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 09:15
09:15 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Building Materials and Structures I
Session chair: Folke Björk
State-of-the-Art and the Path to the Building IntegratedPhotovoltaics of Tomorrow
Bjørn Petter Jelle, SINTEF/NTNU
40
Emissions from concrete – an indoor air quality issue?
Ingrid Johansson, AK-konsult Indoor Air
41
Analytical model to calculate the temperature increase in a low conductive material covered by a highly conductive layer
Pär Johansson, Chalmers University of Technology
42
Moisture Transfer Study of Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing with Field Study and Computational Methods
Klaus Viljanen, Vahanen Oy
43
Hygrothermal performance of hollow brick with foam polyurethane cavity filler
Zbysek Pavlik, Czech Technical University in Prague
44
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Building Materials and Structures II
Session chair: Robert Černý
Wireless temperature sensors embedded in concrete
Magnus Åhs, Lund University
45
Influence of input data uncertainty in school buildings energy simulation
Ricardo Almeida, Polytechnic Institute of Viseu
46
Effect of Temperature on Moisture Buffering of Hemp Concrete.
Florence Collet, LGCGM
47
Performance results of a prototype ceiling panel with simultaneous heat and moisture transfer
Melanie Fauchoux, University of Saskatchewan
48
Experimental analysis of the repeatability of vacuum saturation and capillary absorption tests
Chi Feng, Guangzhou, China
49
Moisture deformations of calcium silicate boards
Peter Mihalka, Slovak Academy of Sciences
50
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45 Building Materials and Structures III
Session chair: Peter Johansson
Influence of Frost-Induced Damage on the Microstructure and Physical Properties of Cement Mortars
Dariusz Gawin, Lodz University of Technology
51
Large scale measurements and calculations of wall elementswith vacuum insulation panels (VIPs)
Silje Korsnes, SINTEF Byggforsk
52
Moisture dependency of the resistance to moisture flow of thin-layer materials
Lars-Olof Nilsson, Lund University
53
Analysis of the weighing methods for oven-dried porous building materials
Chi Feng, South China University of Technology
54
Effect of presence of salt on moisture accumulation and transport in burnt clay bricks
Olga Koronthalyova, Institute of Construction and Architecture SAS, Bratislava
55
Moisture diffusivities of calcium silicate board during absorption, wetting and drying
Matus Holubek, Slovak Academy of Sciences
56

Monday 16th of June

Konsertsalen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 09:15
09:15 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Building Envelope Systems I
Session chair: Targo Kalamees
Performance of internal wall insulation systems – experimental test for the validation of a hygrothermal simulation tool
Valentina Marincioni, University College London
15
Watertightness of window-wall interfaces in wood-frame construction
Nathan Van Den Bossche, Ghent University
16
An Outdoor Hut Testing Platform forEvaluating Advanced Building Enclosures
Bryan Urban, Fraunhofer CSE
17
Stochastic Modelling of Hygrothermal Performance of Wood-frame Wall Assemblies: the Influence of Cladding Ventilation
Hua Ge, Concordia University
18
Low carbon economy in cities of China Possibilitys to estimate the potential of CO2-emissions
Ing H.-P Leimer, University of Applied Sciences and Arts – HAWK Hildesheim
19
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Miscellaneous
Session chair: Vahid Nik
Industry Standard ByggaF
Kristina Mjörnell, SP Technical Research institute of Sweden
145
The potential of thermal energy storage in food cooling processes in retail markets for grid balancing
Tommie Månsson, Chalmers University of Technology
116
Comparison of Different Methods for Evaluating the Thermal Conductivity of Granular Core Materials for VIPs
Peyman Karami, Royal Institute of technology (KTH)
63
Monitoring-based dynamically updated occupancy models for predictive building systems control
Ardeshir Mahdavi, Vienna University of Technology
68
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 17:15 RAP-RETRO
Session chair: Carl-Eric Hagentoft
Hygrothermal Risk Assessment – Retrofit of External Wall by the Application of Interior Insulation
Angela Sasic Kalagasidis, Chalmers University of Technology
169
Moisture safe cold attics – Assessment based on risk analyses of performance and cost
Carl-Eric Hagentoft, Chalmers University of Technology
170
Prediction of indoor climate based on questionnaires
Christoph Harreither, Vienna University of Technology
171
Uncertainty of climate related parameters of a building envelope – case of leakage characteristics
Krystyna Pietrzyk, Chamers University of Technology
172
Relevance of site location on heat stress in a naturally ventilated residential building
Zoltan Sadovsky, Slovak Academy of Sciences
173
Variability of building airtightness and ventilation due to user actions on envelope and systems
Nuno M. M. Ramos, University of Porto
174
Concepts for development of stochastic data bases for building performance simulation – a material database pilot project
Jianhua Zhao, Dresden University of Technology
175
Influence of Ice Formation on Thermal Conductivity and Liquid Water Conductivity in Hygrothermal Transport Models
Luisa Sontag, TU Dresden
176

 

 

Tuesday 17th of June     See schedule on: Monday / Wednesday / Thursday

Stora Salen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 10:00 Keynote lecture by M.Sc. Anders Kumlin
Practical Moisture Problems
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Moisture Safety I
Session chair: Hartwig Künzel
Accounting for unintended moisture sources in hygrothermal building analysis
Hartwig M. Künzel, Fraunhofer-Institute for Building Physics
117
Results from laboratory tests of wind driven rain tightness in more than 100 facades and weather barriers
Lars Olsson, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
118
Actions against moisture damage in ETIC walls
Anders Jansson, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
119
Hygrothermal simulation of green roofs – new models and practical application
Daniel Zirkelbach, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP
120
Moisture conditions in a cold attic – Case study of design
Kimmo Kurkinen, University of Borås
121
IAQ simulator for evaluating the effects of moisture and microbial problems on indoor air quality
Vuokko Lappalainen, University of Eastern Finland
122
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Moisture Safety II
Session chair: Thomas Bednar
Moisture status in municipal buildings
Anders Kumlin, AK-konsult
123
Moisture in bathrooms and kitchens: the impact of ventilation systems
Jelle Laverge, Ghent University
124
Moisture problems in a narrow gap under the suspended floor: A case study
Kamil Stanek, Czech Technical University in Prague
125
Convective drying of a calcium silicate sample: measurements and simulations
Marijke Steeman, Ghent University
126
Guidelines on the prevention of built-in moisture
Ernst Jan de Place Hansen, Danish Building Research Institute
127
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45

Tuesday 17th of June

Palaestra, Palaestra at Oedeum
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Low Energy Buildings I
Session chair: Helena Bülow Hube
Case study – Performance of a masonry house – Energy consumption and air-tightness
Anders Lidholm, Saint-Gobain Byggprod AB/Weber
83
Statistical study on the link between real energy use, official energy performance and inhabitants of low energy houses
Marc Delghust, Ghent University
84
Optimized energy concept for an office building with waste heat from IT cooling using building energy simulation
Dirk Weiss, TU-Dresden
85
The performance of subsoil frost protection system of mechanical heat recovery ventilation unit in a cold climate in the context of net zero energy
Jaanus Hallik, University of Tartu
86
Classification of building envelopes for solar energy applications
Elisabeth Kjellsson, Lund University
87
Indoor environment in four newly build low energy houses in Fairbanks, Alaska
Martin Kotol, Danish Technical University
88
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Low Energy Buildings II
Session chair: Kaisa Svennberg
Low-energy mechanical ventilation: a case study of two new office buildings
Claus Wessel Andersen, ALECTIA A/S
89
Energy Balance Calculation and Nearly-Zero-Energy Standard of Industrial Buildings
Pascal Brinks, TU Kaiserslautern, Lindab S.A.
90
Experimental investigations of heat transfer in Thermo Active Building Systems in combination with suspended ceilings
María Alonso Álvarez, DTU
91
Estimating the input parameters of lumped building thermal models on the basis of standard design values
Pavel Kopecky, CTU Prague
92
Reliability of meta-modelling in robust low-energy dwelling design Liesje Van Gelder, KU Leuven 93
The first year’s results from the first passive house in Estonia
Targo Kalamees, Tallinn University of Technology
94
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45 Low Energy Buildings III
Session chair: Birgitta Nordquist
LowEx Communities: Optimized Performance of Community Energy Supply Systems with Exergy Principles
Dietrich Schmidt, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP
95
Frosting limit in Air-to-Air Membrane Energy Exchangers
Mohammad Rafati Nasr, University of Saskatchewan
96
Thermal comfort in summer in low energy buildings
Ansis Ozolins, University of Latvia
97
Investigation of the Indoor Environment in a Passive House Apartment Building Heated by Ventilation Air
Mathias Young Bok Lysholt Hansen, Technical University of Denmark
98
Integration of energy and indoor environment simulation tools into building design processes
Reinier Kok, DTU
99
External shading control principles for low energy office buildings Martin Thalfeldt, Tallinn University of Technology 100

Tuesday 17th of June

Konsertsalen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Building Envelope Systems II
Session chair: Anker Nielsen
Innovative façade refurbishment with integrated air ducting for the existing building stock
Matthias Ziegler, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics
20
Achieving Sustainable Roof Systems through Innovative Design
Thomas Hutchinson, Hutchinson Design Group, Ltd.
21
External insulation with cellular plastic materials – thermal properties, long term stability and fire properties
Lars Schiøtt Sørensen, Aalborg University
22
U-value determination of masonry walls with complex shape units and thermal insulating mortars applied as rendering
Nuno M. M. Ramos, University of Porto
23
Experimental investigations of highly hygroscopic and vapour permeable walls exposed to real climate
Yannick Kedowide, Université de Savoie
24
Co-heating test – state-of-the-art and application challenges
Geert Bauwens, KU Leuven
25
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Building Envelope Systems III
Session chair: Berit Time
The performance of unventilated wooden roofs with smart vapour barriers during winter conditions
Stig Geving, NTNU
26
On the hygrothermal performance of applying exterior air barriers in Northern climates
Jelle Langmans, KU Leuven
27
Computational simulation of hygrothermal performance of hollow brick-based building envelopes
Robert Cerny, Czech Technical University in Prague
28
Comparison of Direct and Iterative Linear Equation System Solvers for Building Component Simulation
Anne Paepcke, TU Dresden
29
The effect of weather data on glazing U-value in building performance simulation
Steffen Petersen, Aarhus University
30
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45 Building Envelope Systems IV
Session chair: Rudy Plagge
Hygro-thermal and Energy Related Performance of Vertical Greening on Exterior Walls – A Field Measurement Study
Johnny Kronvall, Malmö University
31
Characterising the actual thermal performance of buildings: round robin experiment within IEA EBC Annex 58
Staf Roels, KU Leuven
32
The application of a modified co-heating test and grey-box modelling for predicting building thermal dynamics
Paul Steskens, Belgian Building Research Institute
33
Sensitivity analysis for energy demand in existing buildings based on the Danish Building and Dwelling Register
Anker Nielsen, Aalborg University
34
Thermal performance of a window with in-between solar shading – Hot box measurements and simulated performance comparison
Steinar Grynning, NTNU / SINTEF
35
Modelling and Implementing efficient Three Dimensional Anisotropic Heat Air and Moisture Transport
Stefan Vogelsang, Technische Universität Dresden
36

 

 

Wednesday 18th of June     See schedule on: Monday / Tuesday / Thursday

Stora Salen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:15 – 10:00 Historical Buildings I
Session chair: Tor Broström
Quantifying the Influence of Hygroscopic Materials in the Fluctuation of Relative Humidity in Museums Housed in Old Buildings
Vasco Peixoto de Freitas, Porto University
74
Hygrothermal performance of energy saving measures in a wooden building from the 1920s
Fredrik Ståhl, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
75
Indoor climate and energy performance of traditional stone houses on Gotland
Endrik Arumägi, Tallinn University of Technology
76
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Historical Buildings II
Session chair: Tor Broström
Energy conservation in museums via setpoint strategies: a case study for a state-of-the-art museum using building simulations
Rick Kramer, TU Eindhoven
77
The importance of microclimate at biodeterioration in historic wooden structures
Johan Mattsson, Mycoteam AS
78
Damp floor and humid interior in Hellerup Church, Denmark
Poul Klenz Larsen, The National Museum of Denmark
79
Solar energy augmented adaptive ventilation in historic buildings
Magnus Wessberg, Uppsala University
80
Issues in calculation of infiltration in whole-building simulation: A wind-tunnel experiment studying wind pressure distribution on the facade in the case
Torun Widström, KTH
81
Accuracy Assessment of Hygrothermal Building Simulationsof Historic Buildings
Ralf Kilian, Fraunhofer Institut for Building Physics
82
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Moisture Safety III
Session chair: Angela Sasic Kalagasidis
Can painted glass felt or glass fibre cloth be used as vapour barrier?
Amira El-Khattam, ALECTIA A/S
128
Assessment of the moisture risk in constructions including convection inside air cavities
Michele Bianchi Janetti, University of Innsbruck
129
Measurement of water vapour transport through a porous non-hygroscopic material in a temperature gradient
Thor Hansen, Danish Technological Institute
130
Hygrothermal assessment of wind-driven rain as a risk for internal insulation retrofit of traditional buildings
Chris Sanders, Glasgow Caledonian University
131
Keeping risks at bay – improving a test method to reliably quantify the capability of capillary active interior insulation
Andrea Binder, Fraunhofer-Institute for Building Physics
132
Causes of Condensation in Mechanically Attached Cool Roof Systems
Manfred Kehrer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
133
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45 Moisture Safety IV
Session chair: Carsten Rode
Influence of construction design on moisture damage of wooden buildings
Eva Vahalová, Brno University of Technology
134
New analysis method for moisture performance of envelope structures
Juha Vinha, Tampere University of Technology
135
Wind-driven rain and runoff on a medium-rise building: experimental and numerical analysis
Thijs Van den Brande, KU Leuven
136
Method for determination of the critical moisture level for mould growth on building materials
Pernilla Johansson, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
137
Moisture and frost risks for different external walls of test houses under Latvian climate conditions
Ansis Ozolins, University of Latvia
138
HAM simulation of the drying out capacity of water ingress in wooden constructions
Glenn De Meersman, Universiteit Gent
139

Wednesday 18th of June

Palaestra, Palaestra at Oedeum
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:15 – 10:00 Low Energy Buildings IV
Session chair: Juha Vinha
Vertical temperature increase in multi-storey buildings
Mats Dahlblom, Lund University
101
Optimized damper control of pressure and airflow in ventilation systems
Chrysanthi Sofia Koulani, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
102
Variations in indoor temperature in residential apartments of different size and building category
Mats Dahlblom, Lund University
103
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Low Energy Buildings V
Session chair: Maria Wall
Simulation study of solar chimney assisted solarium
Afrooz Ravanfar, Ryerson University
104
Perceived and measured indoor climate in new-family buildings including identifying technical deficiencies
Birgitta Nordquist, Lund University
105
HVAC models coupled with hygrothermal building simulation software
Matthias Pazold, Fraunhofer IBP
106
A comparison between a commercial energy calculation tool for buildings with calculations using a response model
Victoria Bonath, LTU
107
Mathematical modeling of airflow velocity and temperature fields for experimental test houses
Jānis Ratnieks, University of Latvia
108
A new Passive House design tool and its application in cold climates
Florian Antretter, Fraunhofer IBP
109
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Low Energy Buildings VI
Session chair: Svend Svendsen
Development of a Solid Wood Panel for Heating and Cooling of Floor, Wall and Ceiling Constructions
Nadja Bishara, Dresden University of Technology
110
Wood construction: Energy, Emissions and Experience
Kristine Nore, Norwegian Institute of Wood Technology
111
Window-opening and indoor climate in new multifamily-dwellings – A questionnaire survey
Victor Fransson, Lund University
112
Numerical investigation of diffuse ceiling ventilation in an office under different operating conditions
Christian Anker Hviid, Tech. Univ. of Denmark
113
Application of the energy signature method for evaluation the effect of an exchange from electric coil heating system to a hydronic ground source heat
Folke Björk, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology
114
Transfer of engery sufficient building concept to subtropical climate –The first MINERGIE P based building in Japan
Yutaka Goto, Chalmers University of Technology
115
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45 Building Materials and Structures IV
Session chair: Ardeshir Mahdavi
The effect of surface roughness on mould growth on wood
Annika Ekstrand-Tobin, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
57
Strategy for visualisation of the activity of phase change materials by transient plane source technique
Angela Sasic Kalagasidis, Chalmers University of Technology
58
Modeling the moisture buffering behaviour of a bio-based building material
Dylan Lelièvre, Université de Bretagne-Sud
59
Impact of moisture buffering effect of wooden materials on energy demand and comfort conditions
Matthias Winkler, Fraunhofer IBP
60
Vapour resistance of modern roof underlay products at real winter conditions
Sivert Uvsløkk, SINTEF
61
Mould growth on building timber collected from three different single-house factories
Pernilla Johansson, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
62

Wednesday 18th of June

Konsertsalen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:15 – 10:00 Building Envelope Systems V
Session chair: Shuichi Hokoi
Evaluating the desired accuracy for mould index calculations andrecommendations for crawlspace simulations
Anssi Laukkarinen, Tampere University of Technology
37
Evaluation of the solar heat gains through complex fenestration systems in existing office buildings in Chilean warm climate
Sergio Vera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
38
On the applicability of quantitative infrared thermography on window glazing
Kim Carbonez, Ghent University
39
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Retrofitting of Buildings II
Session chair: Vasco Peixoto de Freitas
Building performance simulation software for planning of energy efficiency retrofitsThomas
Fænø Mondrup, Technical University of Denmark
152
Uncertainty of indoor boundary conditions used in prediction of energy consumption for heating of residential buildings
Peter Matiasovsky, Slovak Academy of Sciences
153
Effect of orientation on the hygrothermal behaviour of a capillary active internal wall insulation system
Valentina Marincioni, University College London
154
Hygrothermal Performance of TES Energy Façade at two European residential building demonstrations – Comparison between Field Measurements and Simulations
Carl-Magnus Capener, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
155
New sustainable and insulating building material made of cattail
Martin Krus, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP
156
Cross Laminated Timber vs. timber frame walls in water damage – comparing drying and mould growth
Kristine Nore, Norwegain Institute of Wood Technology
157
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 – 14:45 Retrofitting of Buildings III
Session chair: John Grunewald
Retrofitting a brick wall using vacuum insulation panels: measured hygrothermal effect on the existing structure
Pär Johansson, Chalmers University of Technology
158
Energy savings in the Danish building stock until 2050
Kim B. Wittchen, Aalborg University
159
User behavior impact on energy savings potential
Jørgen Rose, Danish Building Research Institute, AAU
160
Façade integrated active components in timber-constructions for renovation – a case study
Fabian Ochs, UIBK
161
The influence from input data provided by the user on calculated energy savings
Jimmy Vesterberg, Umeå university
162
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:45 Challenges of the Future I
Session chair: Ingemar Samuelson
An analytical method for calculating the thermal conductivity of a twin pipe in district heating system
Vahid Nik, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
64
Comparative assessment of in-situ thermal characterisation techniques
An-Heleen Deconinck, KU Leuven
65
The energy performance of urban rooftop greenhouses
Mark Gorgolewski, Ryerson University / Speaker: Andrea Vickers
66
EU Maps of Climate Related Building Performances using State-Space Modeling
Jos van Schijndel, Eindhoven University of Technology
67
Monitoring-based dynamically updated occupancy models for predictive building systems control
Ardeshir Mahdavi, Vienna University of Technology
Please note! This presentation is moved to the Miscellaneous session, in Konsertsalen, Monday 16th of June.
68
Combining Three Main Modeling Methodologies for Building Physics
Jos van Schijndel, Eindhoven University of Technology
69

 

 

Thursday 19th of June     See schedule on: Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday

Stora Salen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 10:00 Keynote lecture by
Professor Mark Bomberg
A personal view on Building Physics: An address to the Nordic BP Symposium 2014
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Moisture Safety V
Session chair: Hans Bagge
Moisture assessment by fast and non-destructive in situ measurements
Eva B. Møller, Danish Building Research Institute /Aalborg University Copenhagen
140
Smart vapour barriers in passive house wall – a way to make the structure more moisture robust?
Arvid Dalehaug, NTNU
141
Hygrothermal simulations of internally insulated massive masonry walls exposed to driving rain in cold climate
Jon Ivar Belghaug Knarud, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
142
A method for status determination of historical buildings
Jesper Arfvidsson, Lund University
143
Infrared thermography in the diagnosis of moisture in building components
Eva Barreira, University of Porto
144
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch

Thursday 19th of June

Palaestra, Palaestra at Oedeum
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Challenges of the future II
and
Air Tightness III
Session chair: Staf Roels
Empirical and computational assessment of the urban heat island phenomenon and related mitigation measures
Ardeshir Mahdavi, Vienna University of Technology
70
Wind Driven Rain and Climate Change: A Simple Approach for the Impact Assessment and Uncertainty Analysis
Vahid Nik, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
71
Towards efficient numerical modelling on hygrothermal transfers using Proper Generalised Decomposition
Julien Berger, CETE de L’ouest /LOCIE
72
Road-map for future thermal insulation products and applications
Tuomo Ojanen, VTT
73
Method for measuring the air-tightness of facing formworks
Paul Wegerer, Vienna University of Technology
13
Airtightness variation over the year
Paula Wahlgren, Chalmers University of Technology
14
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch

Thursday 19th of June

Konsertsalen, AF Borgen
Time Session Presentation Paper nr
09:00 – 10:00
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:00 Retrofitting of Buildings IV
Session chair: Dennis Johansson
An approach for holistic energy retrofitting based on assessment of economic viability and durability of energy saving measures
Martin Morelli, Danish Building Research Institute / Aalborg Universitet Copenhagen
163
Destructive testing in buildings – building performance investigation and comparisons with non-destructive testingDennis Johansson, Lund University 164
Measurement of heat loss from hot water supply system in a hotel and insulation retrofit
Shuichi Hokoi, Kyoto University
165
The role of thermal investigations and user involvement in energy renovation
Marlene Hagen Eriksen, Technical University of Denmark
166
Predicting energy savings at district level:representative vs. individual dwelling approach
Mieke Deurinck, KU Leuven
167
Testing a new method for VIP interior insulation for heritage buildings
Stefan Bichlmair, Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP
168
12:00 – 13:15 Lunch