Building Physics 03: Innovative Envelopes

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This is a recording of a Building Simulation 2017 session presentation, held on August 8, 2017. Building Simulation 2017 brought together practitioners and researchers from around the world to share information about the state of the art in simulation tools and applications and to discuss new developments. The conference featured updates and insights regarding new research to improve simulation capabilities for advanced low-energy building systems, case studies from successful projects that demonstrate the key role that simulation plays, and ongoing efforts to enable compliance and building rating software to support radiant and other energy efficient systems.

Session Title: Building Physics 03: Innovative Envelopes

Chair: Neal Kruis

Presenters:

Estimating the Untapped Cooling Power of Green Walls as Evaporative Coolers
Arta Yazdanseta, Harvard Graduate School of Design, USA

Investigating the Impact of Earth Tubes in an Earthship
Veronica Soebarto, University of Adelaide, Australia

Investigating the Use of Earth Tubes for Passive Cooling and Heating Through Thermal Modelling
Michael David Morley, University of Adelaide, Australia

Numerical Investigation of the Hygrothermal Behaviour of a Hemp Concrete Room: Effect of Hysteresis of the Sorption Isotherm and its Temperature Dependency
Georges Costantine, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France

Integration Investigation of Phase Change Material Wall and Night Ventilation in Different Cities in Western China
Liqiang Hou, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, China

Effect of Environment on the Selection of Phase Change Materials (PCM) for Building Wallboards Using Multi-criteria Decision Methods (MCDM) and Building Energy Simulations (BES): Case of Ecuador
Andrea Lobato-Cordero, INER, Ecuador

The Role of Fabric Performance in the Overheating of Dwellings
Konstantinos Mourkos, Loughborough University, UK