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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
BIPV Facades Reconsidered: Mid Rise and High Rise Applications Apr 28, 2012 Jesse Wolf Corsi Henson, AIA (Saint-Gobain Solar Systems N.A.)
Lower-Technology, Higher-Performance Construction May 01, 2012 Kiel Moe, AIA (Harvard University)
Bertschi School Living Science Building Nov 01, 2012 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Federal Center South Building 1202 : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Nov 01, 2012 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Heat Transfer Numerical Modeling Perspectives: Steel-Framed Wall Analysis Jan 01, 2013 Axy Pagán-Vázquez (U.S. Army Corps Engineers Research and Development Center), Jeff Allen (U.S. Army Corps Engineers Research and Development Center)
Digital Tools for Masonry Design and Construction Mar 27, 2013 T. Russell Gentry (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Comparative Performance Evaluation of a Multistory Double Skin Façade Building in Humid Continental Climate Mar 27, 2013 Mona Azarbayjani (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Cool Skins: Exploring the Cooling Potential of Lightweight, Ventilated Cladding Systems Mar 27, 2013 Michael Gibson (Kansas State University)
The Development and Valuation of Intelligent and Adaptive Building Systems Mar 27, 2013 Kai L. Hansen (Illinois Institute of Technology)
Beyond Green: Growing Algae Facade Mar 27, 2013 Kyoung-Hee Kim (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Lessons from Visualizing the Functions of the Building Enclosure Mar 27, 2013 Emily M. McGlohn (Mississippi State University)
Chemeketa Community College Health Sciences Complex Nov 01, 2013 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
DPR Construction Phoenix Regional Office Nov 01, 2013 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
The George D. Aiken Center at the University of Vermont : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Nov 01, 2013 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Building Air Tightness: Code Compliance & Air Sealing Overview (TechNote) Jan 31, 2014 Home Innovation Research Labs
Thermal Imaging Helps Locate Enclosure Air Leakage Feb 01, 2014 Dave Bohac, PE, Center for Energy and Envrionment
Historic Stone Masonry Restoration Feb 01, 2014 Elizabeth A. Campbell, AIA, LEED AP BD+C and Christopher M. DeRosa, Hoffmann Architects
Using Infrared Thermography in Flat and Low-Sloped Roofing Systems Feb 01, 2014 Gregory R. Stockton, principal, Stockton Infrared Thermographic Services, Inc.
Moisture Investigations Using Thermal Cameras Feb 01, 2014 Lew Harriman, Mason-Grant Consulting
A Quantitative Analysis of Thermal Bridging Feb 01, 2014 Andrea Love, AIA, and Charles S. Klee, AIA, Payette Associates
State of the Art Methodology to Assess Energy Facade Retrofits (EFR) Feb 12, 2014 Andrea Martinez (University of Southern California, Anders Carlson (University of Southern California)
Collaborative Design of a Multi-functioning Building Envelope Feb 12, 2014 David Rockwood (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
Air Barrier Systems in Buildings Mar 10, 2014 Wagdy Anis, FAIA, Wiss Janney Elstner, Inc.
Energy Codes: Challenges with Existing Buildings Apr 01, 2014 Bradley T. Carmichael, PE, Hoffmann Architects
One Fold (2014 R+D Award) Jul 31, 2014

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