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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
Rain & Groundwater Management: Reducing the Risk of Water Intrusion & Damage (TechNote) Sep 30, 2014 Home Innovation Research Labs
Karuna House : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Nov 01, 2014 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
The Bullitt Center : A Whole Building Design Guide Case Study Nov 01, 2014 Whole Building Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences
Thermal Performance of Facades Nov 30, 2014 Charles Klee, AIA, LEED AP (Payette), Andrea Love, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Payette)
Caring for Glazed Architectural Terra Cotta Jan 01, 2015 Arthur L. Sanders, AIA and Kara L. Shypula, Assoc. AIA
What Went Wrong?: Diagnosing Building Envelope Distress Feb 01, 2015 John J. Hoffmann, FAIA and Deborah J. Costantini, AIA
Historic Building Facades: Simulation,Testing, and Verification for Improved Energy Modelng Feb 01, 2015 Daniel Chung
Understanding Prefabricated Building Enclosure Systems Feb 01, 2015 Derek B. McCowan, PE, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc. (SGH), Corey C. Wowk, LEED AP, SGH, Sean M. O'Brien, PE, LEED AP, SGH
A High-Performance Rammed Earth Wall System for Cold Climates Feb 01, 2015 Rob Pyatt, Assoc. AIA, Christopher O'Hara, PE, William P. Babbington, AIA, PE, Rongrong Hu, PhD
Green Options in Roof Replacement Mar 01, 2015 Stephanie L. Dillon, Assoc. AIA and Kristin R. Holtgrew, Assoc. AIA LEED AP
Designed for Performance: A Collaborative Research Studio Rethinks Glass Curtain Wall Systems Apr 06, 2015 Michael D. Gibson (Kansas State University)
Production Homebuilder + Passive House: Lessons Learned Apr 13, 2015 Anastasia Herk, IBACOS, Pittsburgh, PA, Duncan Prahl, IBACOS, Pittsburgh, PA
Risk of Condensation and Mold Growth in Wood-Frame Wall Systems with Different Exterior Insulations Apr 13, 2015 Hamed H. Saber, Construction Portfolio, National Research Council of Canada, Wahid Maref, Construction Portfolio, National Research Council of Canada
Specific and Practical Methods to Improve a BECx Program Apr 13, 2015 Benjamin W Townsend, P.E., WDP & Associates, William R. Nash, P.E., WDP & Associates
Holistic Approach to Achieving Low Energy High-Rise Residential Buildings Apr 13, 2015 Christian Cianfrone, Building Energy Specialist, Morrison Hershfield, Burnaby, BC, Patrick J, Roppel, Building Science Specialist, Morrison Hershfield, Burnaby, BC, Dieter Hardock, Product Manager, Schöck Bauteile GmbH, Baden-Baden, Germany
Challenges and Opportunities in Deep Envelope Retrofitting Apr 13, 2015 Paul Bertram, FCSI, CDT, Director: Environment, Sustainability, Government Affairs Kingspan Insul
Competing Performance Criteria in Renovation and Repurposing of Existing Building Exterior Enclosure Systems Apr 13, 2015 Paul G. Johnson, FAIA, NCARB SmithGroupJJR Inc., Building Technology Studio Leader
An Old(er) Fellow’s Musings about Building Envelopes and Energy Efficiency Apr 13, 2015 Andre Desjarlais, program manager, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The Bullitt Center Experience: Modeling and Measuring Net Zero Energy Apr 13, 2015 Marc Brune, PE, PAE Consulting Engineers, Portland, OR, Justin Stenkamp, PE, PAE Consulting Engineers, Seattle WA
Field Thermal Performance of Radiant Barriers and Interior Radiation Control Coatings for Attic Retrofits Apr 13, 2015 Ali Fallahi, Ph.D., R&D staff, Building Science Engineer, Fraunhofer CSE, Boston, MA, David Yarbrough, Ph.D., P.E., President, R&D Services, Cookeville, TN, Jan Kośny, Ph.D., Building Enclosure Program Lead, Fraunhofer CSE, Boston, MA
Energy Challenges Related to Recladding Early Model Curtain Walls Apr 13, 2015 Andrew A. Dunlap, AIA, SmithGroupJJR, Building Technology Studio; Detroit, MI
HVAC and the Envelope: Towards New Rules of Thumb Apr 13, 2015 Steve Kemp, MMM Group
The Bullitt Center Experience: Building Enclosure Design in an Integrated High Performance Building Apr 13, 2015 Jim Hanford, AIA, LEED AP BD+C. The Miller Hull Partnership, Seattle, WA
Experimental Synthesis of Hollow Silica Nanospheres for Application as Superinsulation in the Buildings of Tomorrow Apr 13, 2015 Bjørn Petter Jelle, SINTEF Building & Infrastructure, Department of Materials and Structures, Norway, Tao Gao, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Architectural Design, Linn Ingunn Christie Sandberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Bente Gilbu Tilset, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Materials and Nanotechnology Sector, Mathieu Grandcolas, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Materials and Nanotechnology Sector, Arild Gustavsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Architectural
Field Monitoring of Cold Climate Double Stud Walls with Cellulose and Low-Density Foam Insulation Apr 13, 2015 Kohta Ueno, Senior Associate, Building Science Corporation, Westford, MA, Joseph W. Lstiburek, Ph.D., P.Eng., Principal, Building Science Corporation, Westford, MA

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