Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 07/Sept/2020
8:30am
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9:00am
1-00: Registration, Tea/Coffee
9:00am
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10:30am
1-01: Plenary I
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Martin Thalfeldt
 
9:00am - 9:45am

Climate adaptation of wooden buildings – risk reduction by moisture control

Berit Time

SINTEF, Norway



9:45am - 10:30am

Thermally upgrading our existing building stock: possibilities and limitations of interior insulation

Staf Roels

KU Leuven, Belgium

10:30am
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11:00am
1-02: Tea/Coffee
11:00am
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12:30pm
1-1-1: Interior insulation
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Carsten Rode
Chair: Jan Tywoniak
Chair: Paul Klõšeiko
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Moisture Performance of a New Thermal Insulation Composite for Interior Application

Carsten Rode, Naja Kastrup Friis, Christian Pedersen, Nickolaj Feldt Jensen

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



11:15am - 11:30am

Evaluation of the Risk of Decay of wooden Beams embedded in internally insulated Walls by long-term Measurements

Timo De Mets, Antoine Tilmans

Belgian Building Research Institute, Belgium



11:30am - 11:45am

Internal insulation of solid masonry walls – field experiment with Phenolic foam and lime-cork based insulating plaster

Nickolaj Feldt Jensen1, Carsten Rode1, Birgitte Andersen2, Søren Peter Bjarløv1, Eva Møller1

1: Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Brovej 118, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark; 2: Department of Bioengineering, Technical University of Denmark, Søltofts Plads Building 221, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark



11:45am - 12:00pm

Guidelines for internal Insulation of historic Buildings

Ernst Jan de Place Hansen1, Eva Birgit Møller2, Morten Ørsager3

1: Department of the Built Environment, Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: DTU Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark; 3: ERIK Architects, Copenhagen, Denmark



12:00pm - 12:15pm

Moisture in walls before and after internal wall insulation: a long-term in-situ dataset

Naomi Luyang Grint, Clifford A Elwell

UCL Energy Institute, University College London, United Kingdom



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Internal Wall Insulation with a new Aerogel Panel: SLENTITE® for energetic Retrofit in historic Buildings

Eva Günther1, Stefan Bichlmair2, Sebastian Latz3, Marc Fricke4

1: BASF Construction Additives GmbH; 2: Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP; 3: Université du Luxembourg; 4: BASF Polyurethanes GmbH



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Towards the evaluation of a Thermal Compartmentation Renovation Concept through in-situ Measurements

Twan Johannes Hendrikus Rovers, Christian Struck, Jeroen van 't Ende

Saxion University of Applied Sciences, School of Business, Building & Technology, Chair of Sustainable Building Technology & Material



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Measurements behind Internal Insulation on Solid Masonry Walls with Different Orientations and Degrees of Repair in a Danish Multi-story Building

Lies Vanhoutteghem, Britt Haker Høegh, Thor Hansen

Danish Technological Institute, Denmark



12:24pm - 12:27pm

Hygro-thermal performance of wooden beam ends: experimental investigations of uninsulated and internally insulated brick wall

Pavel Kopecký, Kamil Staněk, Jan Tywoniak

CTU Prague, UCEEB, Czech Republic

1-1-2: Climate change and buildings
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Berit Time
Chair: Carl-Eric Hagentoft
Chair: Karl-Villem Võsa
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Energy and indoor climate performance of Swedish multi-unit residential buildings under future climate change conditions

Ambrose Dodoo

Linnaeus University, Sweden



11:15am - 11:30am

Resilience of Canadian homes and small buildings to the effects of climate change - Risk of deterioration due to condensation within wall assemblies

Maurice Defo

National Research Council, Canada



11:30am - 11:45am

Cooling of schools – results from a demonstration project using evaporative cooling with harvested rainwater

Christian A. Hviid, Daria Zukowska-Tejsen, Vilhjalmur Nielsen

Technical University of Denmark



11:45am - 12:00pm

Overheating risk of a single detached house built at different ages under current and future climate in Canada

Fuad Mutasim Baba, Hua Ge

Concordia University, Canada



12:00pm - 12:15pm

The effect of seasonal weather changes on the performance of databased models of the thermodynamic behavior of buildings

Thea Hauge Broholt, Louise Rævdal Lund Christensen, Michael Dahl Knudsen, Rasmus Elbæk Hedegaard, Steffen Petersen

Aarhus Univeristy, Denmark



12:15pm - 12:18pm

The Impact of Climate Change on Material Degradation Criteria in Heritage over Iran: Regional Climate Model Evaluation

Hamed Hedayatnia, Marijke Steeman, Nathan Van Den Bossche

Universiteit Gent, Belgium



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Overheating risk of a typical Norwegian residential building retrofitted to higher energy standards under future climate conditions

Zhiyong Tian1, Bozena Dorota Hrynyszyn2

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology; 2: Norwegian University of Science and Technology



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Impact assessment of climate change on the energy performance of the building stocks in four European cites

Yuchen Yang1, Kavan Javanroodi1,2, Vahid Nik1,2,3

1: Division of Building Physics Department of Building and Environmental Technology; 2: Division of Building Technology Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering Chalmers University of Technology; 3: Institute for Future Environments Queensland University of Technology



12:24pm - 12:27pm

Managing climate-change induced overheating in non-residential buildings

André Badura, Birgit Mueller, Ivo Martinac

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden



12:27pm - 12:30pm

The influence of unmeasured occupancy disturbances on the performance of black-box thermal building models

Louise Rævdal Lund Christensen, Thea Hauge Broholt, Michael Dahl Knudsen, Rasmus Elbæk Hedegaard, Steffen Petersen

Aarhus university, Denmark

1-1-3: Cooling and overheating
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Jan Carmeliet
Chair: Raimo Simson
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Design of smart wetting of building materials as evaporative cooling measure for improving the urban climate during heat waves

Andrea Ferrari1, Aytac Kubilay1, Dominique Derome2, Jan Carmeliet1

1: ETH Zürich, Switzerland; 2: Université de Sherbrooke, Canada



11:15am - 11:30am

Use of a radiator for user-centric cooling – Measurement and Simulation

Matthias Winkler, Matthias Pazold, Andreas Zegowitz, Sabine Giglmeier, Florian Antretter

Fraunhofer IBP, Germany



11:30am - 11:45am

Possibilities of combining radiant wall cooling with ejector cooling cycle powered by Fresnel solar collectors

Michal Krajčík1, Michal Masaryk2, Martin Šimko1, Peter Mlynár2

1: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak Republic; 2: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak Republic



11:45am - 12:00pm

Thermal mass and the effects on heating and cooling demands – An experimental study of an exposed concrete floor

Alessandro Nocente, Steinar Grynning

Sintef AS, Norway



12:00pm - 12:15pm

Investigating overheating by measurement and simulation in classrooms

Matthias Pazold, Matthias Winkler, Florian Antretter

Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP, Germany



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Validation of Models for the Calculation of Sun Positions and mapped Radiation on inclined Surfaces

Stephan Hirth, Dirk Weiss, John Grunewald, Andreas Nicolai

TU Dresden, Institut für Bauklimatik, Germany



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Computational fluid dynamics analysis in the ductless whole-house air conditioning system

Rie Tasaka, Sayaka Kindaichi, Daisaku Nishina, Mitsuhiko Maeoki

Hiroshima University, Japan



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Lightweight Timber-framed Wall and Impact of Ventilated Cladding on the Possibility of Reducing Summer Overheating in Central Europe

Peter Juras

Zilinska univerzita, Slovak Republic



12:24pm - 12:27pm

Design optimization of a building attached sunspace through experimental monitoring and dynamic modelling

Martina Guasco1, Martina Orlanno1, Chiara Piccardo1, Andrea Giachetta1, Ambrose Dodoo2

1: University of Genoa, Italy; 2: Linnaeus University, Sweden

12:30pm
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1:30pm
1-1-5: Lunch
1:30pm
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3:00pm
1-2-1: Moisture modelling
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Andreas Nicolai
Chair: Villu Kukk
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Using convolutional neural networks for hygrothermal predictions to extrapolate to other external climates

Astrid Tijskens, Hans Janssen, Staf Roels

University of Leuven, Belgium



1:45pm - 2:00pm

The use of POD–DEIM model order reduction for the simulation of nonlinear hygrothermal problems

Tianfeng Hou, Staf Roels, Hans Janssen

KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering, Building Physics Section, 3001 Leuven, Belgium



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Stochastic generation of multiscale 3D pore network models of building materials

Steven Claes, Hans Janssen

Department of Civil engineering, Building Physics section, KULeuven, Belgium



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Pore scale modelling of moisture transfer in building materials with the phase field method

Michele Bianchi Janetti1,2, Hans Janssen1

1: KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering, Building Physics Section, Kasteelpark Arenberg 40, 3001 Leuven, Belgium; 2: University of Innsbruck, Unit for Energy Efficient Buildings, Technikerstrasse 13, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Water vapor transport to a semi-infinite material with simultaneous varying surface relative humidity and temperature.

Carl-Eric Hagentoft

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Sensitivity and Uncertainty analyses on a DELPHIN model: the impact of material properties on moisture in a solid brick wall

Naomi Luyang Grint1, Valentina Marincioni2, Clifford A Elwell1

1: UCL Energy Institute, University College London, United Kingdom; 2: UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering, University College London, United Kingdom



2:48pm - 2:51pm

Efficient hygrothermal wall transport models inside simulations of conditioned buildings

Anne Paepcke, Andreas Nicolai

Fakultät Architektur, TU Dresden, Germany



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Modelling the moisture redistribution in concrete floors with screed and flooring material with varying properties

Lars-Olof Nilsson3, Nilla Olsson1, S.Olof Mundt-Petersen2, Sture Lindmark4, Mathias Lindskog5, Anders Kumlin6, Mikael Oxfall1, Johan Tannfors2

1: NCC Sweden AB, Sweden; 2: AK Konsult indoor air AB, Sweden; 3: Moistenginst AB, Sweden; 4: FuktCom AB, Sweden; 5: Tyréns AB, Sweden; 6: Anders Kumlin AB, Sweden



2:54pm - 2:57pm

Validation of Hygrothermal Simulations with Wall Performance Experiments in an Environmental Chamber

Mikael Salonvaara1, Philip Boudreaux1, Andre Desjarlais1, Florian Antretter2, Eric Werling3

1: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America; 2: Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics, Germany; 3: Department of Energy, Washington DC, USA



2:57pm - 3:00pm

A new tool for the drying time and the moisture risk estimation in concrete floors

Pauli Sekki1, Pasi Marttila2, Tarja Merikallio3

1: Vahanen Building Physics Ltd, Finland; 2: PAJU Applications, Finland; 3: Suomen Betoniyhdistys ry, Finland

1-2-2: Air leakage
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Torben Valdbjørn Rasmussen
Chair: Jaanus Hallik
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Pressure ratio in buildings with good air-tightness: controlling measurements after IAQ renovations

Katariina Laine

Vahanen Rakennusfysiikka Oy, Finland



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Influence of Building Envelope Type on the Minimum Mechanical Ventilation Rate to Achieve a Positive Indoor Air Pressure

YUCHEN SHI, XIAOFENG LI

Tsinghua University, Beijing, 100084, China



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Radon barriers

Torben Valdbjørn Rasmussen, Thomas Cornelius

AAlborg University, SBi, Denmark



2:15pm - 2:30pm

The Impact of Infiltration on Building Heating Systems Dimensioning in Estonian Climate

Raimo Simson1, Taaniel Rebane1, Martin Thalfeldt1, Jarek Kurnitski1,2

1: Tallinn University of Technology; 2: Aalto University



2:30pm - 2:45pm

A prospective Study on the Evolution of Airtightness in 41 low energy Dwellings

Stijn Verbeke1,2, Amaryllis Audenaert1

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: VITO - Vlaamse Instelling Technologisch Onderzoek NV



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Assessment of wind impact on building air leakage measurements using a model scale experiment

Adeline Mélois1,3, Anh Dung Tran1,2, Mohamed El Mankibi3, François Rémi Carrié2, Bassam Moujalled1, Gaëlle Guyot1

1: CEREMA Research Team BPE, France; 2: ICEE, France; 3: ENTPE LTDS, France



2:48pm - 2:51pm

Overview of large building testing in Baltic countries

Andrejs Nitijevskis, Vladislavs Keviss

IRBEST Ltd, Latvia



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Influence of airtightness of steel sandwich panel joints on heat losses

Markus Kuhnhenne1, Vitali Reger1, Dominik Pyschny1, Bernd Döring2

1: RWTH Aachen University, Germany; 2: FH Aachen, Germany



2:54pm - 2:57pm

Development of air tightness prediction method of masonry walls

Valdemaras Geležiūnas, Karolis Banionis, Valdas Paukštys, Jurga Kumžienė

Kaunas university of technology, Lithuania



2:57pm - 3:00pm

Air leakage paths in buildings: Typical locations and implications for the air change rate

Lars Gullbrekken1, Nora Bunkholt1, Petra Ruther1, Stig Geving2

1: SINTEF Community, Norway; 2: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



3:00pm - 3:03pm

Changes to structural Solutions and their Effect on Radon functionality on the Structures Base on the Ground

Ari-Veikko Kettunen

Vahanen Building Physics Ltd, Finland

1-2-3: Indoor climate
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Runa T. Hellwig
Chair: Helena Kuivjõgi
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Impact of high residential density on the building technology, HVAC systems, and indoor environment in Swedish apartments

Akram Abdul Hamid1, Jenny von Platten1,2, Kristina Mjörnell1,2, Dennis Johansson3, Hans Bagge1

1: Building Physics, Lund University, Sweden; 2: Rise, Sweden; 3: Building Services, Lund University, Sweden



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Effect of Moisture Buffering on Surface Temperature Variation: Study of Different Indoor Cladding Materials

Clémence Legros1,2, Amandine Piot1, Monika Woloszyn2, Mickael Pailha2

1: University of Grenoble Alps, CEA, LITEN, INES, Grenoble, France; 2: University of Savoy Mont Blanc, CNRS, LOCIE, Chambéry, France



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Cold windows induced airflow effects on the thermal environment for a large single-zone building

Ying Zhang1,2, thomas Olofsson2, Gireesh Nair2, Chenbo Zhao1, Bin Yang1,2, Angui Li1,2

1: School of Building Services Science and Engineering, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technolog; 2: Department of Applied Physics and Electronics, Umeå University



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Thermal comfort: standard compliant modeling of natural ventilation in adaptive time step solvers

Andreas Nicolai, Heiko Fechner

Institut für Bauklimatik, TU Dresden, Germany



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Field measurements and CFD simulation of a room in an elderly care center in Lithuania to evaluate air quality and thermal comfort

Mantas Dobravalskis, Lina Šeduikytė, Ugnė Didžiariekytė

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Clothing Behavior in Belgian Homes

Silke Verbruggen, Els De Ceuster, Marc Delghust, Jelle Laverge

Ghent University, Belgium



2:48pm - 2:51pm

Early-stage concentrations of formaldehydes and TVOCs in a new low-energy building

Angela Sasic Kalagasidis1, Fredrik Domhagen1, Sarka Langer2

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Internal particulate matter pollution in educational building

Tomasz Kisilewicz, Katarzyna Nowak-Dzieszko

Cracow University of Technology, Poland



2:54pm - 2:57pm

The human comfort level in an energy-saving simulation model of office building

Sandra Sidenko, Dzelzitis Egils

Riga Technical University, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Heat,Gas and Water Technology, Latvia



2:57pm - 3:00pm

The Ambivalence of personal Control over indoor Climate - how much personal Control is adequate?

Runa T. Hellwig1, Marcel Schweiker2, Atze Boerstra3

1: Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 3: BBA Indoor Environmental Consultancy, Netherlands



3:00pm - 3:03pm

Occupant comfort in Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) by using the building structure for demand side management (DSM)

Ferdinand Sigg, Harald Krause

Technical University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim, Germany

3:00pm
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3:30pm
1-2-5: Tea/Coffee
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
1-3-1: Moisture performance of structures
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Miimu Airaksinen
Chair: Endrik Arumägi
 
3:30pm - 3:45pm

Hygrothermal conditions in ventilated attics with different air change rates and ceiling constructions

Martin Morelli1, Eva Møller2, Thor Hansen3

1: Aalborg University, Danish Building Research Institute, Denmark; 2: Technical University of Denmark, DTU Civil Engineering; 3: Danish Technological Institute



3:45pm - 4:00pm

Hygrothermal performance of timber frame walls with brick veneer cladding: a parameter analysis

Michiel Vanpachtenbeke1,2, Jan Van den Bulcke2, Joris Van Acker2, Staf Roels1

1: KU Leuven; 2: UGent



4:00pm - 4:15pm

Hygrothermal Behavior of Ventilation Cavities in Highly Insulated Envelopes

Klaus Viljanen1,2, Xiaoshu Lü1,3,4,5, Jari Puttonen1

1: Department of Civil Engineering, Aalto-university, Finland; 2: Ramboll Finland Oy, Finland; 3: Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology, University of Vaasa, Finland; 4: Department College of Construction Engineering, Jilin University, China; 5: Key Laboratory of Ministry of Land and Resources on Complicated Conditions Drilling Technology, China



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Highly insulated crawl spaces with controlled minimal ventilation – field measurements

Miimu Airaksinen1, Jarek Kurnitski2, Lars Olsson3, Staffan Hvidberg4

1: Suomen Rakennusinsinöörien Liitto RIL ry, Finland; 2: Tallinn University of Technology; 3: RISE; 4: Byggsystem Direkt Sverige AB



4:30pm - 4:45pm

Hydrothermal Performance of the External Wooded Frame Wall Structure Reinforced with Ballistic Panels

Anatolijs Borodinecs, Aleksejs Prozuments, Jurgis Zemitis, Deniss Zajecs, Guna Bebre

Riga Technical Univeristy



4:45pm - 4:48pm

Influence of the lateral source/building separation on vapour intrusion: A numerical study

JUAN SEBASTIAN RIOS MORA1,2

1: Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB), France; 2: University of La Rochelle, France



4:48pm - 5:03pm

Treatement of Condensation in Sandwich Panels without known Vapour Resistance of Sealant

Gregor Vidmar

Slovenian national Building and Civil Engineering Institute, Slovenia



5:03pm - 5:06pm

The Development of EMPD model for Identifying and Predicting the Materials' Moisture Performances

Yumeng Cui, Yufeng Zhang, Huihui Zhao, Xue Lin

South China University of Technology, China, People's Republic of



5:06pm - 5:09pm

Compact wooden Roofs with smart Vapour Barrier - Pilot Project Experiences

Nora Schjøth Bunkholt1, Lars Gullbrekken1, Stig Geving2, Tore Kvande2

1: SINTEF, Norway; 2: NTNU, Norway



5:09pm - 5:12pm

Experimental Investigation and Hygrothermal Modelling of Freeze-Thaw Process of Saturated Fired Clay Materials Including Supercooling Phenomenon

Kazuma Fukui1, Chiemi Iba1, Madoka Taniguchi2, Kouichi Takahashi2, Daisuke Ogura1

1: Kyoto University, Japan; 2: Hokkaido Research Organization, Japan

1-3-2: Multidimensional hygrothermal modelling
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Thomas Bednar
Chair: Dariusz Gawin
Chair: Jaanus Hallik
 
3:30pm - 3:45pm

Thermal Bridge Effect of Vertical Diagonal Tie Connectors in Precast Concrete Sandwich Panels: an Experimental and Computational Study

Reimo Piir1, Paul Klõšeiko1, Marti Jeltsov2, Kalamees Targo1

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: Estflow Consulting OÜ



3:45pm - 4:00pm

Testing of a new non-equilibrium heat and moisture transfer model in porous building materials

Piotr Łapka, Michał Wasik, Łukasz Cieślikiewicz, Piotr Furmański

Institute of Heat Engineering, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland



4:00pm - 4:15pm

Two-dimensional hygrothermal modelling of masonry walls accounting for imperfections at the masonry joint.

Michael Gutland, Scott Bucking, Mario Santana Quintero

Carleton University, Canada



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Comparison of hygrothermal 2D- and 3D-simulation results with measurements from a test house

Ulrich Ruisinger1, Peter Kautsch2

1: TU Dresden, Germany; 2: TU Graz, Austria



4:30pm - 4:45pm

A new method to estimate point thermal transmittance based on combined two-dimensional heat flow calculation

Jaanus Hallik1,2, Targo Kalamees1

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: Sense OÜ, Estonia



4:45pm - 4:48pm

PCSP’s Diagonal Tie Connectors Thermal Bridges Impact on Energy Performance and Operational Cost: Case Study of a High-Rise Residential Building in Estonia

Martin Kiil, Raimo Simson, Paul Klõšeiko, Martin-Sven Käärid, Martin Thalfeldt, Jarek Kurnitski

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



4:48pm - 4:51pm

Stochastic Finite Element Method for Modeling Heat Transfer in the Building Envelope

Witold Grymin, Marcin Koniorczyk

Lodz University of Technology, Poland



4:51pm - 4:54pm

The influence of polyisocyanurate (PIR) facing on the heat transfer through the corners of insulated building partitions

Tomas Makaveckas, Raimondas Bliūdžius

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania



4:54pm - 4:57pm

Evaluation of Thermal Bridges Using Online Simulation Software

Ligia Moga, Ioan Moga

Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania

1-3-3: Ventilation performance
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Martin Kiil
Chair: Alo Mikola
 
3:30pm - 3:45pm

Effectiveness of Fixed-Bed Regenerators for Energy Recovery in Buildings Applications

Hadi Ramin, Easwaran N. Krishnan, Carey J. Simonson

University of Saskatchewan, Canada



3:45pm - 4:00pm

Acceptable air velocities using demand controlled ventilaltion for individual coolling

Kari Thunshelle1, Henrik Slåen Nordby2, Håkon Rikoll Solberg1, Sverre Holøs1, Peter G. Schild2

1: SINTEF, Norway; 2: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



4:00pm - 4:15pm

Thermal comfort and perceived skin temperature using demand controlled ventilation for individual cooling.

Håkon Rikoll Solberg1, Kari Thunshelle1, Peter G Schild2

1: SINTEF, Norway; 2: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Analysis of alternative ventilation strategies for existing multi-family buildings using CONTAM simulation software

Xinxiu Tian, Jamie P Fine, Marianne F Touchie

University of Toronto, Canada



4:30pm - 4:45pm

Analysis of Wind Speed and Wind Pressure on the Facades in Frequency Domain for the Modelling of Air Change Rate

Krystyna Pietrzyk

Chalmers Umiversity of Technology, Sweden



4:45pm - 4:48pm

Impact of Typical Faults Occurring in Demand-controlled Ventilation on Energy and Indoor Environment in a Nordic Climate

Kamilla Heimar Andersen1,2, Sverre Bjørn Holøs1, Aileen Yang3, Kari Thunshelle1, Øystein Fjellheim1, Rasmus Lund Jensen2

1: SINTEF Community, Architectural Engineering, 0373 Oslo, Norway; 2: Aalborg University, Civil Engineering, 9220 Aalborg East, Denmark; 3: OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, 0130 Oslo, Norway



4:48pm - 4:51pm

Curtain Wall with Solar Preheating of Ventilation Air. Full Scale Experimental Assessment

roberto GARAY-MARTINEZ, Beñat ARREGI

tecnalia, Spain



4:51pm - 4:54pm

Design criteria for outdoor air intakes and exhaust air outlets located on an external wall

Ülar Palmiste1, Jarek Kurnistki1,2, Hendrik Voll1

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: Aalto University, Finland



4:54pm - 4:57pm

Energy Saving Potential with Smart Thermostats in Low-Energy Homes in Cold Climate

Tuule Mall Kull

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



4:57pm - 5:00pm

Analysis of Natural Ventilation Performance Gap between Design Stage and Actual Operation of Office Buildings

Xiuzhang FU1,2, Mingzhu HAN1

1: School of Architecture, Southeast University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Key Laboratory of Urban and Architectural Heritage Conservation of Ministry of Education, Southeast University, China, People's Republic of

8:00pm
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11:00pm
1-4: Dinner
Location: Tallinn Teacher’s House
Date: Tuesday, 08/Sept/2020
8:30am
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9:00am
2-00: Tea/Coffee
9:00am
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10:30am
2-01: Plenary II
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Targo Kalamees
 
9:00am - 9:45am

Moisture safety control methods for design and construction of buildings

Kristina Johanna Cecilia Mjörnell

RISE, Sweden



9:45am - 10:30am

Multiscale zoom into moisture sorption and fluid transport: a step towards design of new porous materials?

Jan Carmeliet

ETH Zürich, Switzerland

10:30am
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11:00am
2-02: Tea/Coffee
11:00am
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12:30pm
2-1-1: Moisture safety and CLT
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Lars Olsson
Chair: Stig Geving
Chair: Kristo Kalbe
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Moisture safety in CLT construction without weather protection - Case studies, field measurements and interviews

Lars Olsson

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden



11:15am - 11:30am

Identification and improvement of critical joints in CLT construction without weather protection

Kristo Kalbe, Villu Kukk, Targo Kalamees

TalTech University, Estonia



11:30am - 11:45am

Wetting and Drying Performance of Cross-Laminated Timbers with On-site Moisture Protections: Field Measurements and Hygrothermal Simulations

Lin Wang1, Jieying Wang2, Hua Ge1

1: Concordia University, Canada; 2: FPInnovations, Canada



11:45am - 12:00pm

Numerical and real-life assessment of the moisture safety of CLT structure with PIR insulation composite under the Swedish climate

Yutaka Goto1, Johan Olofsson2, Ulf Norr3, Holger Wallbaum1

1: Chalmers University of Technology; 2: Zenergy; 3: Labs2020



12:00pm - 12:03pm

Methods for Creating CLT Construction Guidelines

Simen Wahlstrøm

Norconsult AS Department of Building Physics, Norway



12:03pm - 12:06pm

Investigating the presence of Mold in Wood treated with Chlorophenol

Olle Ekberg1, Johnny. C. Lorentzen2, Lars-Erik Harderup1

1: Division of Building Physics, Lund University, Lund, Sweden; 2: Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden



12:06pm - 12:09pm

Relying on reference cases when evaluating new technical solutions? Evaluation of technical documentation in a case study.

Charlotte Svensson Tengberg1,2, Carl-Eric Hagentoft1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering; 2: Skanska Sverige AB



12:09pm - 12:12pm

Experiences with CLT Construction in Norway

Simen Wahlstrøm1, Lars Gullbrekken2, Kristin Elvebakk2, Tore Kvande3

1: Norconsult AS Department of Building Physics, Norway; 2: SINTEF Community; 3: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



12:12pm - 12:15pm

Hygrothermal conditions in Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) dwellings

Merethe Solvang Tingstveit1, Henrik Kofoed Nielsen1, Birgit Risholt2

1: University of Agder, Norway; 2: SINTEF



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Moisture Handling Mechanisms in Ice Rinks

Juris Pomerancevs

EKA Baltic, Latvia



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Achieving airthightness and weather protection of CLT buildings

Jens Lüder Herms1, Peeter Lossmann2

1: pro clima - Moll bauökologische Produkte GmbH, Germany; 2: Tervemaja OÜ

2-1-2: Hygrothermal boundary conditions
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Vasco Peixoto de Freiats
Chair: Florian Antretter
Chair: Simo Ilomets
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Microclimate Environmental Assessment and Impact of Mountain City Pedestrian Streets in Summer

Ke Xiong1, Zhenjing Yang1,2,3, Canhua Cheng1

1: School of Architecture and Urban Planning Chongqing University, Chongqing 400044, PR China; 2: Chen Qigao Building Science and Technology Research Center, Chongqing 400044, PR China; 3: Key laboratory of new technology for construction of cities in mountain area, ministry of education, Chongqing University, Chongqing 400044, PR China



11:15am - 11:30am

Models for residential indoor pollution loads due to material emissions under dynamic temperature and humidity conditions

Carsten Rode1, John Grunewald2, Menghao Qin1, Zhenlei Liu3, Jianshun Zhang3

1: Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2: Dresden University of Technology; 3: Syracuse University



11:30am - 11:45am

Climate data analysis to assess resilience of wall assemblies to moisture loads arising from the effects of wind-driven rain

Zhe Xiao1,2, Michael Lacasse1, Abhishek Gaur1, Elena Dragomirescu2

1: National Research Council of Canada; 2: University of Ottawa



11:45am - 12:00pm

Pressure distribution around the thermal envelope - a parametric study of the impact from wind and temperature on contaminant transport within a building

Fredrik Domhagen, Paula Wahlgren, Carl-Eric Hagentoft

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



12:00pm - 12:15pm

Development of a statistical model to assess the climate conditions in the ventilation layer of double pitched roofs

Johannes Tieben, Julia Bachinger, Bernd Nusser

Holzforschung Austria, Austria



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Predicting solar radiation using a parametric cloud model and weather forecasts

Kristian Skeie

NTNU, Norway



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Design of a Calorimetric Test Facility to Replicate Real Boundary Conditions in the Gulf Countries

roberto GARAY-MARTINEZ1, Bejay JAYAN2, Beñat ARREGI1

1: tecnalia, Spain; 2: GREENTECH Middle East, Dubai, UAE



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Preliminary results of indoor moisture excess measurements for residential and office buildings in Latvia

Jurgis Zemitis, Raimonds Bogdanovics

Riga Technical university, Latvia



12:24pm - 12:27pm

Moderation of indoor relative humidity using plasters with superabsorbent admixture

Jan Fořt, Jan Kočí, Robert Černý

Department of Materials Engineering and Chemistry, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic



12:27pm - 12:30pm

Evaluating The Practicability Of The New Urban Climate Model PALM-4U Using A Living-lab Approach

Matthias Winkler1, Bettina Steuri2, Sebastian Stadler1, Florian Antretter1

1: Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP, Germany; 2: Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS), Germany

2-1-3: Heating, DHW
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Dennis Johansson
Chair: Andrius Jurelionis
Chair: Anti Hamburg
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Experimental validation of a model-based method for separating the space heating and domestic hot water components from smart-meter consumption data

Rasmus Elbæk Hedegaard1, Martin Heine Kristensen1,2, Steffen Petersen1

1: Aarhus University, Department of Engineering; 2: AffaldVarme Aarhus



11:15am - 11:30am

Analysis of monthly and daily profiles of DHW use in apartment blocks in Norway

Dmytro Ivanko1, Åse Lekang Sørensen2, Harald Taxt Walnum2, Natasa Nord1

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: SINTEF community, Norway



11:30am - 11:45am

Performance analysis of glazed PVT collectors for multifamily building

Nikola Pokorny1, Tomas Matuska2

1: UCEEB CTU in Prague, Czech Republic; 2: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, CTU in Prague



11:45am - 12:00pm

Treatment and analysis of smart energy meter data from a cluster of buildings connected to district heating: A Danish case

Hicham Johra, Daniel Leiria, Per Heiselberg, Anna Marszal-Pomianowska, Torben Tvedebrink

Aalborg University, Denmark



12:00pm - 12:15pm

The influence of heat loss from pipes in an unheated basement on the heating energy consumption of an entire typical apartment building

Anti Hamburg, Targo Kalamees

TalTech, Estonia



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Design and Simulation of a new PCM Heat Exchanger for domestic hot water and air temperature control.

Jacques Robadey

HEIA-FR, Switzerland



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Modeling Multi-layer Hydronic Radiators

Liguo Chen, Bjørn Reidar Sørensen

The Arctic University of Norway, Norway



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Peak power reduction with high performance insulation

Henri Sarevet, Jevgeni Fadejev, Martin Thalfeldt, Jarek Kurnitski

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



12:24pm - 12:27pm

Mapping of Domestic Hot Water Circulation Losses in Buildings – Preliminary Results from 134 Measurements

Stephen Alexander Burke1,2, Jonatan von Seth3, Tomas Ekström1, Christoffer Maljanovski1, Magnus Wiktorsson2

1: NCC AB, Sweden; 2: Lund University, Sweden; 3: Gunnar Karlsen Sverige AB



12:27pm - 12:30pm

Energy Flexibility Assessment of a Zone with Radiant Floor Heating System by Means of Experimental Measurements

Ali Saberi Derakhtenjani, Andreas Athienitis

Concordia university, Canada



12:30pm - 12:33pm

Glazed balconies and their influence on the temperature reduction factor during the heating season

Magdalena Grudzińska

Lublin University of Technology, Poland



12:33pm - 12:36pm

Integration of a pipe model in Delphin and NANDRAD

Dirk Weiss, Stephan Hirth, Heiko Fechner, Katja Tribulowski, John Grunewald

TU Dresden (IBK), Germany

2-1-4: NERO workshop
Location: Officebytes (room: 109)
Chair: Tero Hasu
Chair: Endrik Arumägi
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Cost reduction of new Nearly Zero-Energy Wooden buildings in the Northern Climatic Conditions

Tero Hasu

Kouvola Innovation Oy, Finland



11:15am - 11:30am

Cost effective zero emission office / education building

Nicola Lolli, Anne Gunnarshaug Lien

SINTEF, Norway



11:30am - 11:45am

Kouvola Housing fair NZEB houses energy, cost and carbon analyses

Kaiser Ahmed1,2, Hatef Hajian1, Tero Hasu3, Jarek Kurnitski1,4

1: Aalto University; 2: Granlund Consulting Oy; 3: Kouvola Innovation; 4: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



11:45am - 12:00pm

Cost reduction of the new NZEB Wooden building – case study of the kindergarden in Estonia.

Endrik Arumägi, Targo Kalamees

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



12:00pm - 12:15pm

Nearly-Zero Energy Wooden buildings in Northern Climate Conditions: Experiences and Results from Sweden

Ambrose Dodoo

Linnaeus University, Sweden



12:15pm - 12:30pm

Q/A all speakers

Tero Hasu1, Nicola Lolli2, Kaiser Ahmed3, Endrik Arumägi4, Ambrose Dodoo5

1: Kouvola Innovation Oy, Finland; 2: SINTEF, Norway; 3: Aalto University, Finland; 4: Tallinn University of Technology; 5: Linnaeus University, Sweden;

12:30pm
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1:30pm
2-1-5: Lunch
1:30pm
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3:00pm
2-2-1: Material properties measurement
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: John Grunewald
Chair: Villu Kukk
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Implementation of a method for converting soil properties into building physical material properties

John Grunewald, Hauke Hirsch, Hans Petzold

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



1:45pm - 2:00pm

How effective is kaolin clay for the creation of a perfect hydraulic interface contact between materials?

Evy Vereecken1, Petra Schůtová2, Staf Roels1

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: UCEEB, CVUT in Prague, Czech Republic



2:00pm - 2:15pm

On the importance of desiccant during the determination of water vapor permeability of permeable insulation material

Thibaut Colinart, Patrick Glouannec

Université de Bretagne-Sud, France



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Modified pressure plate method for measuring adsorption moisture retention curves

Chi Feng1,2, Hans Janssen3

1: School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Chongqing University, 400045 Chong Qing, PR China; 2: Key Laboratory of New Technology for Construction of Cities in Mountain Area, 400045 Chong Qing, PR China; 3: KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering, Building Physics Section, 3001 Leuven, Belgium



2:30pm - 2:45pm

The tin can method for determining moisture transport properties of concrete

Lars-Olof Nilsson1, Kent Bergström2

1: Moisture Engineering Institute, Moistenginst AB, Sweden; 2: Polygon Sverige AB



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Internal hydrophobization of cementitious materials by using of organosilicon compounds.

Kalina Barbara Grabowska, Marcin Koniorczyk

Lodz Univeristy of Technology, Poland



2:48pm - 2:51pm

Water migration in wood during imbibition assessed by X-ray imaging

Benoît MARTIN1,2, Julien COLIN2,3, Pin LU2, Mahamadou MOUNKAILA2, Joel CASALINHO3, Patrick PERRE2,3, Romain REMOND1

1: LERMAB, Université de Loraine, ENSTIB, Epinal, France; 2: LGPM, CentraleSupélec, SFR Condorcet FR CNRS 3417, Université de Paris-Saclay, Centre Européen de Biotechnologie et de Bioéconomie (CEBB), Pomacle, France; 3: LGPM, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Novel active method for the estimation of a building wall thermal resistance

Adrien François1,2, Laurent Ibos1, Vincent Feuillet1, Johann Meulemans2

1: 1: Univ Paris Est Creteil, CERTES, F-94010 Creteil, France; 2: Saint-Gobain Research Paris



2:54pm - 2:57pm

Measurements of thermal Transmittance of an Exterior massive timber wall in situ and in the Laboratory

Christoph Geyer, Andreas Müller, Barbara Wehle

Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland



2:57pm - 3:00pm

Hygrothermal performance of paper plaster: influence of different types of paper and production methods on moisture buffering

Mihkel Soolepp1, Aime Ruus1, Nele Nutt1,2, Jane Raamets1, Ardo Kubjas1

1: Tallinn University of Technology, School of Engineering, Tartu College; 2: Tallinn University of Technology, School of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Academy of Architecture and Urban Studies



3:00pm - 3:03pm

Effect of superabsorbent polymer admixtures on hygric and thermal properties of cement mortar

Jan Fořt, Martin Mildner, Petr Hotěk, Jitka Krejsová, Robert Černý

Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Republic

2-2-2: Historical buildings
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Tor Broström
Chair: Kalle Kuusk
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Damage risk assessment in historic buildings using equivalent wall-parts

Torun Widström

KTH The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Analysis of causes of the end of service life of a spray polyurethane foam and polyurea roof

Targo Kalamees, Simo Ilomets, Mattias Põldaru, Paul Klõšeiko, Urve Kallavus, Margit Rosenberg, Karl Õiger

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Climate adaptation of listed buildings: an interaction between design, regulations and energy efficiency

Arda Karasu, Yaser Hantouch, Claus Steffan

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Humidity change rate control in intermittently heated historic buildings

Magnus Wessberg1, Tomas Vyhlidal2, Tor Broström1

1: Dept. Art History, Conservation, Uppsala University, Cramérgatan 3, 62153 Visby, Sweden; 2: Dept. Instrumentation and Control Eng., Faculty of Mechanical Eng., Czech Technical University in Prague, Technická 4, Prague 6, 166 07, Czech Republic



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Study of the conservation and exhibition of burned wall paintings in the main hall of the treasure house at Horyu-ji Temple

Takuya Wada1, Daisuke Ogura1, Chie Sano2, Shuichi Hokoi1, Chiemi Iba1

1: Kyoto University, Japan; 2: Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultual Properties



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Hygrothermal performance of log walls in a building of 18th century and prediction of climate change impact on biological deterioration

Petros Choidis1, Katerina Tsikaloudaki2, Dimitrios Kraniotis1

1: Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway; 2: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece



2:48pm - 2:51pm

Dynamic Hygrothermal Models for Monumental, Historic Buildings with HVAC Systems: Complexity shown through a case study

Magda Posani1, Maria do Rosario Veiga1, Vasco Peixoto de Freitas2, Karin Kompatscher3, Henk Schellen3

1: LNEC - Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil, Lisbon, Portugal; 2: CONSTRUCT-LFC-Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; 3: Department of the Built Environment, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, the Netherlands



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Attic conversion – Hygrothermal Assessment of Historical Roof Truss

Katerina Sojkova, Kamil Stanek

CTU in Prague, University Centre for Energy Efficient Buildings, Czech Republic



2:54pm - 2:57pm

Survey on thermal environments in bathrooms and elderly behavior while bathing in old residential buildings in Nanjing, China

PengCheng Shi, Hokoi Shuichi, YongHui Li, Ying Yuan, ChangChang Xia

Southeast University School of Architecture



2:57pm - 3:00pm

Prediction of Ventilation Impact on Moisture Damage in the Wall of Tishun Hall in the Palace Museum in Beijing, China

Yan Ma1, Yonghui Li1, Shuichi Hokoi1, Xiaogu Zhang2

1: School of Architecture, Southeast University, Nanjing, China, 210096; 2: Department of Architectural heritage, the Palace Museum, Beijing, China, 100009

2-2-3: Passive, active and nZEB buildings
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Ruut Peuhkuri
Chair: Matthias Haase
Chair: Ülar Palmiste
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Measured and simulated energy performance of OLK NZEB with heat pump and energy piles in Hämeenlinna

Jevgeni Fadejev1,2, Raimo Simson1, Jyrki Kesti3, Jarek Kurnitski1,2

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: Aalto University, Finland; 3: Ruukki Construction Oy, Finland



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Green Buildings in the Arctic region: a Literature Review

Lucrezia Ravasio, Raymond Riise, Svein Erik Sveen

UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Energy performance assessment and optimization of extensive green roofs in different climate zones of China

Jiandong Ran1, Zhenjing Yang1,3,4, Ya Feng2,4, Ke Xiong1, Mingfang Tang1,3,4

1: School of Architecture and Urban Planning Chongqing University, Chongqing 400044, PR China; 2: China Southwest Architectural Design and Research Institute Corp., Ltd, Chengdu 610041, PR China; 3: Key laboratory of new technology for construction of cities in mountain area, ministry of education, Chongqing University, Chongqing 400044, PR China; 4: Chen Qigao Building Science and Technology Research Center, Chongqing 400044, PR China



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Optimum envelope design toward zero energy buildings in Iran

Hadi Ramin1, Hazhir Karimi2

1: University of Saskatchewan, Canada; 2: Department of Environmental Science, Faculty of Science, University of Zakho, Duhok, Kurdistan Region, Iraq



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Contrasting Definitions of High Energy Performance Buildings

Charlotte Verhaeghe1, Amaryllis Audenaert1, Stijn Verbeke1,2

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: VITO, unit Smart Energy and Built Environment, Belgium, Boeretang 200, 2400 Mol Belgium



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Market review over the energy policies that stimulate, encourage and adopt building codes for nZEB promotion: the US and the European case

Ligia Moga1, Marcel Maghiar2

1: Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania; 2: Georgia Southern University



2:48pm - 2:51pm

A study of solar panel actual efficiency in Latvian climate conditions.

Jevgenij Telicko, Andris Jakovičs, Daniels Heincis

University of Latvia, Latvia



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Underground Parking Lot at Turku Market Square - Zero Energy Parking Hall and the biggest Solar Energy Storage in the World

Rauli Lautkankare1, Nikolas Salomaa2, Birgitta Martinkauppi3, Anna Slobodenyuk1

1: Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland; 2: NollaE ltd., Finland; 3: University of Vaasa, Finland



2:54pm - 2:57pm

Merging Geo-Solar Exergy Storage Technology (GEST) and Environmental Quality Management (EQM): A Practical Solution for NZEB Retrofit

Lowell E Lingo1, Kristin Lingo1, Mark Bomberg1,2

1: DFI Enterprises, Inc, USA; 2: Clarkson University, USA



2:57pm - 3:00pm

Influence of Occupant Behaviour on the State of Charge of a Storage Battery in a nearly-Zero Energy Building

Pedro F. Pereira, Nuno M. M. Ramos

FEUP, Portugal



3:00pm - 3:03pm

Achieving energy and resource optimisation within urban mixed use developments utilising passivhaus premium design strategies

Martin Anthony. Murray

University of Ulster, Ireland

 
3:00pm
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3:30pm
2-2-5: Tea/Coffee
3:30pm
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5:00pm
2-3-1: Moisture measurements
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Hans Janssen
Chair: Juha Olavi Vinha
Chair: Paul Klõšeiko
 
3:30pm - 3:45pm

Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) technique – A solution to monitor moisture content in construction materials

Teresa Stingl Freitas1, Ana Sofia Guimarães2, Staf Roels3, Vasco Peixoto de Freitas4, Andrea Cataldo5

1: Construct-LFC, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, R. Dr. Roberto Frias, 4200-465 Porto, Portugal; 2: Construct-LFC, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, R. Dr. Roberto Frias, 4200-465 Porto, Portugal; 3: KU Leuven, Department of Civil Engineering, Building Physics Section, Kasteelpark Arenberg 40 Bus 2447,3001 Haverlee, Belgium; 4: Construct-LFC, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, R. Dr. Roberto Frias, 4200-465 Porto, Portugal; 5: Department of Innovation Engineering, University of Salento, Via Monteroni, 73100 Lecce, Italy



3:45pm - 4:00pm

Experimental investigation of the drying behaviour of the building materials

Jianhua Zhao1, Frank Meissner2, John Grunewald2, Shuo Feng3

1: Institute of Architectural Technology&Science, Tianjin University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Institute of Building Climatology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 3: Qinhuangdao Municipal Bureau of Foreign Affairs and Commerce, Qinhuangdao, China



4:00pm - 4:15pm

Capillary condensation experiment for inverse modelling of porous building materials

Hauke Hirsch1, Rüdiger Heyn1, Paul Klõšeiko2

1: Institute of Building Climatology, TU Dresden, Germany; 2: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis applied to a rammed earth wall: evaluation of the discrepancies between experimental and numerical data

Rudy Bui1, Jeanne Goffart2, Fionn McGregor1, Monika Woloszyn2, Antonin Fabbri1, Anne-Cécile Grillet2

1: LGCB-LTDS, UMR 5513 CNRS, ENTPE, Université de Lyon, 69100 Vaulx-en-Velin, France; 2: Univ. Savoie Mont-Blanc, CNRS, LOCIE, 73000 Chambéry, France



4:30pm - 4:45pm

Water Vapor Sorption Dynamics in Different Compressions of Eelgrass Insulation

Kirstine Meyer Frandsen, Yovko Ivanov Antonov, Per Møldrup, Rasmus Lund Jensen

Aalborg University, Denmark



4:45pm - 4:48pm

Laboratory tests and modelling of mineral wool insulated steel sandwich panels

Anssi Juhani Laukkarinen1, Juha Vinha1, Kristo Kalbe2, Jyrki Kesti3, Targo Kalamees2,4, Erkki Honkakoski3

1: Tampere University, Faculty of Built Environment, Building Physics, Tampere, Finland; 2: TalTech, Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Tallinn, Estonia; 3: Ruukki Construction Oy (SSAB), Hämeenlinna, Finland; 4: TalTech, Smart City Center of Excellence (Finest Twins), Tallinn, Estonia



4:48pm - 4:51pm

Moisture dry-out from steel faced insulated sandwich panels

Kristo Kalbe1, Hubert Piikov1, Jyrki Kesti2, Erkki Honkakoski2, Jarek Kurnitski1, Targo Kalamees1

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: Ruukki Construction Oy, Finland



4:51pm - 4:54pm

Thermal analysis of water confined in fully and partially saturated cement paste

Dalia Bednarska, Marcin Koniorczyk

Lodz University of Technology, Poland



4:54pm - 4:57pm

Establishing material hygrothermal characteristics via long-term monitoring and best-fit numerical models

Mihails Birjukovs1, Inga Apine2, Andris Jakovičs1

1: University of Latvia, Institute of Numerical Modelling, Riga, Latvia, Jelgavas iela 3, LV-1004; 2: University of Latvia, Botanical garden, Riga, Latvia, Kandavas iela 2, LV-1083



4:57pm - 5:00pm

Electroosmosis as a way to avoid moisture problems in basements

Folke Björk, Bo Olofsson, Bror Sederholm, Jan Trägårdh

KTH - Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden

2-3-2: Renovation of buildings
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Manuela Almeida
Chair: Lauri Lihtmaa
 
3:30pm - 3:45pm

Development of prefabricated insulation elements for buildings with aerated autoclaved concrete walls

Peep Pihelo, Targo Kalamees

nZEB Research Group, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



3:45pm - 4:00pm

The trade-off between deep energy retrofit and improving building intelligence in a university building

Muhyiddine Jradi

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



4:00pm - 4:15pm

Environmental evaluation of pareto optimal renovation strategies: a multidimensional life-cycle analysis

Yanaika Decorte, Marijke Steeman, Nathan Van Den Bossche, Klaas Calle

Ghent University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Research group of Building Physics



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Preliminary Assessment of Preconditions to deliver Carbon Neutrality in Apartment Buildings by 2050

Lauri Lihtmaa, Targo Kalamees

Tallinn University of Technology



4:30pm - 4:45pm

Comparison of an LCA and LCC for façade renovation strategies designed for change

Lisa Van Gulck, Stijn Van De Putte, Nathan Van Den Bossche, Marijke Steeman

Building Physics research group, Ghent University, Belgium



4:45pm - 4:48pm

Driving decarbonisation of the EU building stock by enhancing a consumer centred and locally based circular renovation process

Ana Tisov1, Kalle Kuusk2, Miriam Navarro Escudero3, Margarita Niki Assimakopoulos4, Dimitra Papadaki5, Peep Pihelo2, Peter op 't Veld1, Targo Kalamees2

1: Huygen Installatie Adviseurs, Netherlands; 2: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 3: Instituto Valenciano de la Edificación, Espania; 4: University of Athens, Greece; 5: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece



4:48pm - 4:51pm

Strategies for school buildings refurbishment in Portuguese climate

Francisca Cavaleiro Barbosa1, Vasco Peixoto de Freitas1, Manuela Almeida2

1: Construct-LFC, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal; 2: CTAC, Department of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering, University of Minho, Portugal



4:51pm - 4:54pm

A tool for Danish buildings energy retrofit design and evaluation using dynamic energy simulations

Muhyiddine Jradi, Henrik Engelbrecht Foldager, Rasmus Camillus Jeppesen

Center for Energy Informatics, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



4:54pm - 4:57pm

Nearly zero energy renovation concepts for apartment buildings

Kalle Kuusk1, Jens Naumann2, Annina Gritzki2, Clemens Felsmann2, Michele De Carli3, Massimo Tonon3, Jarek Kurnitski1,4

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: TU Dresden, Germany; 3: Padua University, Italy; 4: Aalto University, Finland



4:57pm - 5:00pm

Solutions for retrofitting existing, wooden houses in cold climates

Bozena Dorota Hrynyszyn, Zhiyong Tian

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Norvegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

2-3-3: Architectural aspects
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Arnold Janssens
Chair: Kimmo Lylykangas
Chair: Martin Thalfeldt
 
3:30pm - 3:45pm

Comparison and development of daylight simulation software – A case study

Helene Solvang, Tobias Kristiansen, Ruth Marie Bottheim, Wolfgang Kampel

Multiconsult Norge AS, Norway



3:45pm - 4:00pm

Design optimization of building form and fenestration in response to microclimate conditions in the dense urban areas

Kavan Javanroodi1, Yuchen Yang2, Vahid M.Nik1,2,3

1: Chalmers university of technology, Sweden; 2: Lund University, Sweden; 3: Queensland University of Technology



4:00pm - 4:15pm

The Use of Solar Shading in a Nearly Zero-Energy Neighborhood

Silke Verbruggen, Jolien Hertoge, Marc Delghust, Jelle Laverge, Arnold Janssens

Ghent University, Belgium



4:15pm - 4:30pm

Current building strategies in Greenland

Eva Birgit Møller, Tove Lading

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



4:30pm - 4:45pm

The 3D printing challenge in buildings

Sofia Pessoa, Ana Sofia Guimarães

Engineering Faculty of the University of Porto (FEUP), Buildings Physics Laboratory (LFC), Portugal



4:45pm - 4:48pm

Decision-making algorithms for sustainable built environment:

Anna Romanska-Zapala1, Mark Bomberg2

1: Adjunct, Cracow University of Technology, Cracow , Poland; 2: Research Professor, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, USA,



4:48pm - 4:51pm

The effect of PCM layer on the natural air flow movement in the façade cavity of BiPV system

Jakub Curpek1,2, Miroslav Cekon2,1

1: Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Bratislava, Slovakia; 2: Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Brno, Czechia



4:51pm - 4:54pm

Design of an advanced hot box-cold box with full climatic control to test heat, air and moisture transport through fullscale building elements

D. Daems, A. Tilmans, T. De Mets, X. Loncour

Belgian Building Research Institute, Belgium



4:54pm - 4:57pm

Comparative Analysis of Selected Glass Systems by Dynamic Simulation Using Measured Real Environmental Conditions

Silvia Bizoňová, Miloslav Bagoňa, Dušan Katunský

Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Institute of Architectural Engineering, Slovak Republic



4:57pm - 5:00pm

Energy saving Architecture: Background, Theory and Practice in Kyrgyzstan

Erkin Kaparovich Boronbaev

Kyrgyz State University of Construction,, Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic)



5:00pm - 5:03pm

The Palikka Ventilation System

Birger Wasenius

Palikka Oy, Finland

 
Date: Wednesday, 09/Sept/2020
8:30am
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9:00am
3-00: Tea/Coffee
9:00am
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10:30am
3-01: Plenary III
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Jarek Kurnitski
 
9:00am - 9:45am

2010-2020 – What’s new in Building Microbiology?

Miia Pitkäranta

Vahanen Building Physics ltd



9:45am - 10:30am

Journey of Building Physics: major developments in the last 70 years

Mark Bomberg

Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, USA, Canada

10:30am
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11:00am
3-02: Tea/Coffee
11:00am
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12:30pm
3-1-1: Microbial damage
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Miia Pitkäranta
Chair: Kristo Kalbe
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Threshold values for mould growth: Critical moisture level of 21 different building materials.

Pernilla Johansson, Lukas Lång, Gunilla Bok, Carl-Magnus Capener

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden



11:15am - 11:30am

Predicting mould growth on building materials- the PJ-model

Pernilla Johansson1, Thomas Svensson2

1: RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden; 2: Thomas Svensson-Ingenjörsstatistik



11:30am - 11:45am

Ministry of the Environment announces a Guide on Renovation and Repair of Buildings with Moisture and Microbial Damage - from theory to practice

Inari Weijo1, Timo Turunen1, Jukka Lahdensivu1, Petri Annila2, Esko Sistonen3

1: Ramboll Finland Oy, Finland; 2: Tampere University; 3: Aalto University



11:45am - 12:00pm

Monitored conditions in wooden wall plates in relation to mold and wood decaying fungi

Tessa Kvist Hansen1, Nickolaj Feldt Jensen2, Eva Møller2, Ernst Jan de Place Hansen1, Ruut Peuhkuri1

1: Department of the Built Environment, Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: Technical University of Denmark



12:00pm - 12:15pm

Investigation of the MRD model for mould growth in attics

Thor Hansen1, Petter Wallentén2

1: Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Faculty of Engineering and Science, Denmark; 2: Dep. of Building Physics, Lund University, Sweden



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Microbial growth behind ceramic tiles in bathrooms.

Gunilla Bok, Pernilla Johansson

RISE Research Instiutes of Sweden, Sweden



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Climate change impacts and fungal decay in vulnerable historic structures at Svalbard

Anne-Cathrine Flyen1,2, Cecilie Flyen3,2, Johan Mattsson4

1: Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU); 2: Norwegian University of Science and Technology; 3: SINTEF Community, Norway; 4: Mycoteam AS, Norway



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Investigation on Deterioration Mechanism of Tuff Stones used as Exteriors at Former Koshien Hotel

Koki Yamada1, Chiemi Iba1, Tomoko Uno2, Kazuma Fukui1, Daisuke Ogura1

1: Kyoto University, Japan; 2: Mukogawa Women's University, Japan



12:24pm - 12:27pm

Assessment of interstitial mould growth through impaction: a feasibility study

Spyridon Efthymiopoulos, Hector Altamirano, Valentina Marincioni

Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering, The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources, University College London, UK.



12:27pm - 12:30pm

Performance of wood and wood-based materials regarding fungal decay

Michiel Vanpachtenbeke1,2, Staf Roels1, Jan Van den Bulcke2, Joris Van Acker2

1: KU Leuven; 2: UGent

3-1-2: Advanced building envelope
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Folke Björk
Chair: Lars Gullbrekken
Chair: Simo Ilomets
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Study on temperature dependence of gas permeation and adsorption behavior to vacuum insulation panel with getter materials

Hideya Yamamoto1,2, Daisuke Ogura2

1: Asahi Fiber Glass Co.,Ltd, Japan; 2: University of Kyoto, Japan



11:15am - 11:30am

Advanced building envelopes with Phase Change Material (PCM) as latent heat storage.

Hongxia Zhou, Åke Fransson, Thomas Olofsson

Umeå university, Sweden



11:30am - 11:45am

Solar reflectance of ETICS finishing coatings with the incorporation of nanopigments

Nuno M. M. Ramos1, Andrea R. Souza1, Joana Maia1, Ricardo M. S. F. Almeida2

1: Faculty of Engineering of Porto, Portugal; 2: Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal



11:45am - 12:00pm

The integration of selected technology to energy activated ETICS - theoretical approach

Dariusz Heim1, Ivan Chodak2, Simo Ilomets3, Dominika Knera1, Anna Wieprzkowicz1, Targo Kalamees3

1: Lodz University of Technology, Poland; 2: Polymer Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia; 3: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



12:00pm - 12:15pm

New Aerogel Products for Construction Use: Product Specifications, Application Examples, Practical Aspects

Eva Günther1, Marc Fricke2, Wibke Lölsberg3, Arne Klinkebiel2, Dirk Weinrich2

1: BASF Construction Additives GmbH, Germany; 2: BASF Polyuerthanes GmbH, Germany; 3: BASF SE, Germany



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Thermal Conductivity of Silica-aerogel (SA) and Autoclave Aerated Concrete (AAC) Composites

Mingliang Qu1, Shuaiqi Tian1, Liwu Fan1,2, Zitao Yu1,2, Jian Ge3

1: Institute of Thermal Science and Power Systems, Zhejiang University, China, People's Republic of; 2: The State Key Laboratory of Clean Energy Utilization,China, People's Republic of; 3: Institute of Architectural Technology, Zhejiang University,China, People's Republic of



12:18pm - 12:21pm

A method to develop energy activated ETICS

Simo Ilomets1, Dariusz Heim2, Ivan Chodak3, Dariusz Czarny4, Targo Kalamees1

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: Lodz University of Technology, Poland; 3: Polymer Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia; 4: Sto Sp. z o.o, Poland



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Risk-based Optimization of Sensor Distribution in Roof Constructions - A conceptual Study

Klodian Gradeci, Berit Time, Lars Gullbrekken

SINTEF AS, Norway



12:24pm - 12:27pm

When a Roof if More than a Roof

Thomas W. Hutchinson

Hutchinson Design Group, Ltd., United States of America



12:27pm - 12:30pm

Experiences with external Drainage Systems from Compact Roofs in Norwegian Climates

Erlend Andenæs1, Vegard Skagseth1, Nora Bunkholt2, Tore Kvande1, Jardar Lohne1

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU); 2: SINTEF Community



12:30pm - 12:33pm

Experiments suggesting a hysteresis effect regarding the water vapour resistance of vapour barriers

Thomas Lewis, Carmen Kresser, Thomas Bednar

TU Wien, Austria

3-1-3: Building energy performance assessment based on in situ measurements (including IEA Annex 71)
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Staf Roels
Chair: Ardeshir Mahdavi
Chair: Tuule Mall Kull
 
11:00am - 11:15am

Identifying faults in the building system based on model prediction and residuum analysis

Michael Parzinger, Lucia Hanfstaengl, Ferdinand Sigg, Markus Wirnsberger, Uli Spindler, Ulrich Wellisch

Technical University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim, Germany



11:15am - 11:30am

The development of an RC-network simulation model calibrated with monitoring data for use in the performance guarantee of Net-Zero houses

Marleen Spiekman1, Olav Vijlbrief1, Haseeb Tahir1, Yasin Bulut1, Wouter Borsboom1, T.A.J. van Goch2, Dick van Ginkel3, Edwin van Kessel4

1: TNO, The Netherlands; 2: BAM Bouw en Techniek, The Netherlands; 3: van Wijnen Midden, The Netherlands; 4: BeNext, The Netherlands



11:30am - 11:45am

Whole building validation for simulation programs including synthetic users and heating systems: experimental design

Matthias Kersken1, Paul Strachan2, Eirini Mantesi3, Graeme Flett2

1: Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP, Germany; 2: ESRU, University of Strathclyde, Scotland; 3: Loughborough University, School of Architecture, Building & Civil Engineering, Loughborough, LE11 3TU, UK



11:45am - 12:00pm

Assessing the building envelope performance during occupancy

Jade Deltour, Nicolas Heijmans, Karel De Sloover

Belgian Building Research Institute (BBRI), Belgium



12:00pm - 12:15pm

Identifying occupant presence in a room based on machine learning techniques by measuring indoor air conditions

Lucia Hanfstaengl, Michael Parzinger, Markus Wirnsberger, Uli Spindler, Ulrich Wellisch

Technical University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim, Germany



12:15pm - 12:18pm

Detailed monitoring as an essential tool for achieving energy performance targets in operation conditions: the HIKARI case study

Dimitri Guyot1,2, Florine Giraud2, Florian Simon1, David Corgier1, Christophe Marvillet2, Brice Tremeac2

1: Manaslu ing., France; 2: Laboratoire du froid, des systèmes énergétiques et thermiques (LaFSET), CNAM



12:18pm - 12:21pm

Comparison of the actual and theoretical Energy Use in nZEB Renovations of Multi-family Buildings using in situ Monitoring

Stijn Van de Putte, Wolf Bracke, Marc Delghust, Marijke Steeman, Arnold Janssens

Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 41, 9000 Ghent, Belgium



12:21pm - 12:24pm

Transition towards an energy-efficient scientific Office Setup in Austria’s largest (Plus-)Plus-Energy Office Building – an Analysis

Alexander David, Thomas Bednar

TU Wien, Austria



12:24pm - 12:27pm

Monitoring and continuous Commissioning of new and existing Buildings

Timo Tapani Kauppinen4, Olli Teriö1, Ilkka Räinä1, Markku Hienonen2, Hannu Kääriäinen3

1: Building Supervision office, Oulu; 2: The Finnish Building Control Association; 3: Oulu University of Applied Sciences; 4: Mutsal, Finland



12:27pm - 12:30pm

Study of heat loss: Ramirent rental modules

Kristjan Edula

Ramirent Modular Factory AS, Estonia



12:30pm - 12:33pm

Performance analysis of solar assisted ground coupled heat pump system in Latvia

Lana Migla1, Andrejs Snegirjovs2, Olga Shutenkova1

1: Riga Technical University, Latvia; 2: Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia

 
12:30pm
-
1:30pm
3-1-5: Lunch
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
3-2-1: Moisture damage and durability
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Paula Wahlgren
Chair: Jukka Lahdensivu
Chair: Peep Pihelo
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Benefits of Investigating the Thermal Component for Moisture Safety in Ventilated Attics

Petter Wallentén, Johan Claesson

Dep. of Building Physics, Lund University, Sweden



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Comprehensive Assessment Brings Out Shortcomings in Almost Every School Building

Tero Pauli Iisakki Marttila1, Jukka Lahdensivu1, Juha R Pekkanen2

1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Towards moisture safe ventilated cold attics – Monitored conditions in a full-scale test building

Thor Hansen1, Eva Møller2, Ruut Peuhkuri1

1: Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: Technical University of Denmark



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Reliability of the detection of moisture and mould damage in visual inspections

Petri Juhani Annila, Jukka Lahdensivu

Tampere University, Finland



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Deterioration in Brick Buildings: Hygrothermal Performance and Measures to save them

Pär Johansson, Paula Wahlgren

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Thermal behavior and weathering resistance of coil coatings for energy-efficient buildings

Stefano Rossi, Michele Fedel

Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Trento, Italy



2:48pm - 2:51pm

Quantifying Driving Rain Intrusion - A Comparative Study On The Water Management Features Of Different Different Types Of Rear-Ventilated Façade Systems

Maria Arce-Recatalá1, Soledad Garcia-Morales1, Nathan Van den Bossche2

1: Technical University of Madrid, Spain; 2: Ghent University, Belgium



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Methodology for praxis-oriented development of a building refurbishment concept including consideration of potentially existing moisture related problems and façade restoration measures

Heike Sonntag

TU Dresden, Germany



2:54pm - 2:57pm

A Case Study: the Effect of Flooring Renovation with Adsorptive Cloth on the Residual Emissions of 2-ethyl-1-hexanol and C9-C10 Alcohols

Miia Pitkäranta1, Timo Lehtimaa2

1: Vahanen Building Physics ltd; 2: Insinööritoimisto Sulin Oy, Finland



2:57pm - 3:00pm

High air relative humidity and lighting modes govern mold growths on damp soil ruins’ surface in high-humidity regions

Yonghui Li1, Weilun Zhang1, Ruobin Wu1, Xinyuan Dang1, Shuichi Hokoi2

1: Southeast University, Nanjing, People's Republic of China; 2: Architecture Internationalization Demonstration School, Southeast University, Nanjing, People's Republic of China

3-2-2: Facade and window design
Location: Chinese Garden (room: 108)
Chair: Thomas Olofsson
Chair: Anatolijs Borodinecs
Chair: Jevgeni Fadejev
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Validation of a coupled Pressure equalization-thermal-mechanical Model to study double skin Façades

Nathan Van Den Bossche1, Kjartan Van den Brande1, Guido Lori2, Henk De Bleecker2

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: Permasteelisa Group, The Netherlands



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Acoustical and airflow considerations concerning double-skin facades with opening for natural ventilation

Ardeshir Mahdavi, Shiva Najaf Khosravi

TU Wien, Austria



2:00pm - 2:15pm

Estimating Thermal Transmittance of the Aluminium Window Profiles in Practice

Arkadiusz Witek, Barbara Pietruszka

Building Research Institute, Poland



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Colour degradation of façade coatings – the effect of nanopigments incorporation

Nuno M. M. Ramos1, Andrea R. Souza1, Joana Maia1, Ricardo M. S. F Almeida2

1: Faculty of Engineering of Porto, Portugal; 2: Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Design and monitoring of energy-active facade module

Nikola Pokorny1, Tomas Matuska2, Vladimir Jirka1, Borivoj Sourek1

1: UCEEB CTU in Prague, Czech Republic; 2: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, CTU in Prague



2:45pm - 2:48pm

Exploring novel solutions for incorporating vacuum glazing in new and existing window constructions

Ulrich Pont1, Magdalena Wölzl1, Peter Schober2, Matthias Schuss1, Ardeshir Mahdavi1

1: TU Wien / Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology, Austria; 2: Holzforschung Austria



2:48pm - 2:51pm

Studies on internal surface heat transfer in the window area

Jan Tywoniak, Kamil Stanek, Martin Kny, Daniel Adamovsky

Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic



2:51pm - 2:54pm

Study on the Performance of Adjustable Platform Screen Door in Subway Stations

Ziyi Su, Xiaofeng Li

Tsinghua University, China, People's Republic of



2:54pm - 2:57pm

Study on the Cooling Effect of Window Gardens

Jing Ren, Mingfang Tang

Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, Chongqing University, China, People's Republic of



2:57pm - 3:00pm

The impacts of different facade types on energy use in residential buildings

Serik Tokbolat1, Yelaman Naizabekov1, Stefano Mariani2

1: Nazarbayev University, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Milan, Italy

3-2-3: Energy performance of buildings
Location: Samsung Digital Academy (room: 126)
Chair: Martin Kiil
Chair: Simo Ilomets
 
1:30pm - 1:45pm

Data driven process for the energy assessment of building envelope retrofits

roberto GARAY-MARTINEZ1, Beñat ARREGI1, Mikel LUMBRERAS1, Belén ZURRO2, Jose Manuel GONZALEZ2, Jose Luis HERNANDEZ3

1: Tecnalia, Spain; 2: Universidad de Burgos, Spain; 3: CARTIF, Spain



1:45pm - 2:00pm

Monitoring and thermal performance evaluation of two building envelope solutions in an apartment building

Beñat Arregi1, Roberto Garay-Martinez1, Julen Astudillo1, Juan Carlos Ramos2

1: Tecnalia, Spain; 2: Tecnun, Universidad de Navarra, Spain



2:00pm - 2:15pm

A Field Study on Ground Energy Balance Calculation for Typical Communities in South China

Riyi Li, Yufeng Zhang

South China University of Technology, China, People's Republic of



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Potential of Renewable Energy Sources usage in an energy demand of a single-family houses neighbourhood, constituting an Energy Cluster – a case study

Marcin Zygmunt, Dariusz Gawin

Lodz University of Technology, Poland



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Proposed Method for Probabilistic Risk Analysis using Building Performance Simulations and Stochastic Parameters

Tomas Ekström1,2, Stephen Burke1,2, Lars-Erik Harderup2, Jesper Arfvidsson2

1: NCC; 2: Lund University



2:45pm - 3:00pm

Computer Vision-based Reader for analogue Energy/Water Meters in low-cost embedded System: a Case Study in an Office Building in Scotland

Adalberto Guerra-Cabrera1, Giulia Barbano1, Giovanni Tardioli2, Girish Mallya Udupi2

1: Integrated Environmental Solutions Limited, Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: Integrated Environmental Solutions Limited, Dublin, Ireland



3:00pm - 3:03pm

Parametric Energy Simulations of a Nordic Detached House Heated by a Wood Stove

Martin Thalfeldt1,2, Anders Skare2, Laurent Georges2, Øyvind Skreiberg3

1: Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 3: SINTEF Energy Research, Norway



3:03pm - 3:06pm

Impact of reflective roofs on the overall energy savings of whole buildings

Hamed H. Saber1, Ali E. Hajiah2, Wahid Maref3

1: Jubail University College, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; 2: Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait; 3: ETS-Montreal (Canada), Canada



3:06pm - 3:09pm

Modification of Building Energy Simulation Tool TRNSYS for Modelling of Nonlinear Heat and Moisture Transfer Phenomena using TRNSYS/MATLAB integration

Ajaya Ketan Nayak1,2, Aya Hagishima1

1: Kyushu University, Japan; 2: Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar, India



3:09pm - 3:12pm

Application of occupancy and booking information to optimize space and energy use in higher education institutions

Shoaib Azizi, Ramtin Rabiee, Gireesh Nair, Thomas Olofsson

Umeå University



3:12pm - 3:15pm

Proposed method for Probabilistic Energy Simulations for Multifamily Dwellings

Stephen Alexander Burke1,2, Pär Carling3, Henrik Davidsson2, Kristin Davidsson4, Tomas Ekström1, Lars-Erik Harderup2, Johnny Kronvall4, Per Sahlin3, Rikard Sundling2, Magnus Wiktorsson2

1: NCC AB, Sweden; 2: Lund University, Sweden; 3: EQUA Simulation AB, Sweden; 4: StruSoft AB, Sweden

3-2-4: On linkage between energy and indoor environment models and performance evaluation
Location: Officebytes (room: 109)
Chair: Mark Bomberg
Chair: Lowell E Lingo
Chair: Targo Kalamees
 
1:30pm - 1:55pm

Introduction

Mark Bomberg

Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, USA, Canada



1:55pm - 2:15pm

Linkage between energy and indoor environment models and performance evaluation – cooling versus heating season

Rachel Becker

Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel



2:15pm - 2:30pm

Using Machine Learning to Tailor Energy Retrofit Measures

Kristina Johanna Cecilia Mjörnell, Jenny von Platten

RISE, Sweden



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Integrated monitoring and ANN modeling

Anna Romanska-Zapala, Marek Dudzik

Cracow University of Technology, Poland



2:45pm - 3:00pm

Q/A all speakers

Mark Bomberg1, Rachel Becker2, Monica Woloszyn3, Kristina Mjörnell4, Anna Romańska-Zapała5

1: Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, USA, Canada; 2: Israel Institute of Technology, Israel; 3: Université Savoie Mont Blanc, France; 4: RISE / LU, Sweden; 5: Cracow University of Technology, Poland

3:00pm
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3:30pm
3-2-5: Tea/Coffee
3:30pm
-
4:30pm
3-3-0: Closing session
Location: Videal ScreenX Hall (room: 119)
Chair: Jarek Kurnitski
 

Scientific summary of NSB2020

Targo Kalamees

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



Best paper awards

Jarek Kurnitski

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



International Building Physics Conference 2021 IBPC2021

Carsten Rode

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



Cold Climate HVAC & Energy 2021 HVAC2021

Martin Thalfeldt

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia



13th Nordic Symposium On Building Physics NSB2023

Ruut Peuhkuri

Aalborg University, Denmark



Closing words

Kalamees Targo

Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia


 
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