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Enclosure systems refer to the "skin" of the building and may include roof, walls, and ground protection from air and water penetration.

Title Datesort descending Author
An Information System for Component Building Jan 01, 1970 Theodore H. Myer (Bolt, Beranek & Newman Inc.)
Integrated Environmental Design of Buildings Jan 01, 1972 P.E. O'Sullivan (University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology)
Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities Jan 01, 2001 The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health, Facility Guidelines Institute
Detection of Moisture and Water Intrusion Within Building Envelopes by Means of Infrared Thermographic Inspections Apr 01, 2008 Antonio Colantonio (Public Works and Government Services Canada)
Skin Deep: Breathing Life into the Layer between Man and Nature Dec 01, 2008 Doris Kim Sung (University of Southern California)
The Charlotte Vermont House : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Nov 01, 2009 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Hygroscopic Climatic Modulated Boundaries Jan 01, 2010 Marionyt Tyrone Marshall, Assoc. AIA, NOMA, ACADIA, LEED AP BD+C (Perkins+Will)
Monitoring of Internal Moisture Loads in Residential Buildings - Research Design and Early Findings Apr 10, 2010 Lois Arena (Steven Winter Associates Inc.), Michael D. Blanford (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)
Thermal and Hygrothermal Analysis in Building Envelope Commissioning Apr 10, 2010 Philip Parker, P. Eng, MRICS, (Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.), Cara Lozinsky, University of British Columbia
Intuitive and Objective Approaches to Daylighting a New England Elementary School Apr 10, 2010 Michael Rosenfeld, FAIA (The Office of Michael Rosenfeld)
Performance of Glass FIber Lath as a Plaster Base with Exterior Cement Plaster (Stucco) Apr 10, 2010 William F. Egan (BASF Construction Chemicals, LLC), Eric Auman (BASF Construction Chemicals, LLC)
OSB Sheathing with Integral Water-Resistive Barriers Apr 10, 2010 Thomas Thorsell (Syracuse University), Mark Bomberg (Syracusse University)
Successful Implementation of Air Tightness Requirements for Residential Buildings Apr 12, 2010 Bruce D. Nelson, PE (Minnesota Department of Commerce)
The Inherent Risk of Going Green Apr 12, 2010 Graham Davis (IBACOS, Inc.)
Eliminating the Potential for Air and Moisture Infiltration at the Window-Wall Interface Apr 12, 2010 Peter Poirier (Tremco Inc.), Brian Stroik (Oscar Boldt Construction)
A New Paradigm for the Design of Sustainable Buildings Apr 12, 2010 Warren Knowles, P.Eng, Brian Hubbs, P.Eng, Paul Kernan, MAIBC, Graham Finch, MASc
Proposed Building Envelope Criteria for ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90-1-2010 Apr 12, 2010 John F. Hogan, AIA, PE (Seattle Department of Planning and Development)
A Method to Detect and Locate Roof Leaks Using Conductive Tapes Apr 12, 2010 David Vokey, P. Eng. (Detec Systems LLC)
Optimization of Net Zero Energy Houses Apr 12, 2010 Gary Proskiw, P. Eng (Proskiw Engineering Ltd.), Anil Parekh, P. Eng
Electronically Tintable Glass: The Future of High Performance Facades is Here Apr 12, 2010 Helen Sanders, PhD (Sage Electrochromics Inc.), Lou Podbelski, AIA )Sage Electrochromics Inc.)
Building Envelope Failure Case Studies in High-Rise Construction Apr 12, 2010 Pierre-Michel Busque, P.Eng
Selecting the Ideal Windows for a High Performance Home in a Cold Climate Apr 12, 2010 Ari S. Rapport (IBACOS)
Energy Consumption in Mid and High Rise Residential Buildings in British Columbia Apr 12, 2010 Graham Finch, MASc (RDH Building Engineering Ltd.), Eric Burnett, PhD (RDH Building Engineering Ltd.), Warren Knowles, P.Eng (RDH Building Engineering Ltd.)
Development and Benchmarking of a New Whole Building Hygrothermal Model Apr 12, 2010 Fitsum Tariku (Institute for Research in Construction), Kumar Kumaran (Institute for Research in Construction), Paul Fazio (Concordia University)
Improving Building Enclosures Thermal Efficiency as a Goal of Energy Efficiency Apr 12, 2010 Paul E. Totten, PE (Simpson Gumpertz Heger Inc.), Marcin Pazera, PhD (Simpson Gumpertz Heger Inc.)

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