National Institute of Building Sciences

The National Institute of Building Sciences is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that successfully brings together representatives of government, the professions, industry, labor and consumer interests, and regulatory agencies to focus on the identification and resolution of problems and potential problems that hamper the construction of safe, affordable structures for housing, commerce and industry throughout the United States. Authorized by the U.S. Congress, the Institute provides an authoritative source and a unique opportunity for free and candid discussion among private and public sectors within the built environment. The Institute's mission to serve the public interest is accomplished by supporting advances in building sciences and technologies for the purpose of improving the performance of our nation's buildings while reducing waste and conserving energy and resources. For more information visit www.nibs.org.

Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Warm, Wet, and Wild: Climate Change Vulnerability Analysis Applied to Built Environment Cecilie Flyen Øyen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Anders-Johan Almås (SINTEF), Hans Olav Hygen (The Norwegian Meteorological Institute) Apr 02, 2012
Documentation of Complex Building Enclosures Kevin M. Turner, AIA (The Freelon Group), Kevin Day, AIA (The Freelon Group), Eric Lankes, AIA (The Freelon Group) Apr 02, 2012
Envelope Thermal Failures Due to Wind Washing in Two-Story Homes James B. Cummings (Florida Solar Energy Center), Charles R. Withers (Florida Solar Energy Center) Apr 02, 2012
Effect of Built-Form Configuration on Energy and Structural Performance of Skyscraper Buildings Mohamed Krem (University of Massachusetts), Simi T. Hoque (University of Massachusetts), Sanjay R. Arwade (University of Massachusetts) Apr 02, 2012
Modeling the Effect of Air Leakage in Hygrothermal Envelope SImulation Hartwig M. Künzel, Dr.-Ing. (Fraunhofer Institute), Daniel Zirkelbach, Dipl.-Ing. (Fraunhofer Institute), Beate Schafaczek, Dipl.-Ing. (Fraunhofer Institute) Apr 02, 2012
Simulation of Dynamic Daylighting and Glare Control Systems for a Six-Story Net Zero Energy Office Building in Seattle, WA Christopher Meek (University of Washington), Amanda Bruot (University of Washington), Louie Caldwell (University of Washington) Apr 02, 2012
A Methodology for Developing Sustainable, High Performance Building Envelopes Grahame Maisey, PE (Building Services Consultants) Apr 02, 2012
The Emerging Role of Electronically Tintable Glass for Energy Codes and Standards Brandon TInianov, PhD Apr 02, 2012
Simulation of Complex Glazing Products; from Optical Data Measurements to Model Based Predictive Controls Christian Koehler (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Apr 02, 2012
Strategies and Incentives for Retrofitting Commercial Buildings to Reduce Energy Consumption Cory Vanderpool ( EnOcean Alliance) Apr 02, 2012

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