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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.

Titlesort descending Date Author
Vapor Retarders: Reducing Moisture Risk in Frame Walls (TechNote) Dec 31, 2015 Home Innovation Research Labs
Very High Performance Glazing In Traditional Framing Apr 02, 2012 Christopher J. Barry (Pilkington NA Inc.)
Warm, Wet, and Wild: Climate Change Vulnerability Analysis Applied to Built Environment Apr 02, 2012 Cecilie Flyen Øyen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Anders-Johan Almås (SINTEF), Hans Olav Hygen (The Norwegian Meteorological Institute)
Water Infiltration through Openings in a Vertical Plane Under Static and Dynamic Pressure Conditions Apr 02, 2012 Michael A. Lacasse (National Research Council Canada), Nathan Van Den Bossche (Ghent University), Travis Moore (National Research Council Canada)
Weathered OSB Air and Water Leakage Testing Apr 13, 2015 Paul Grahovac, PROSOCO
What Went Wrong?: Diagnosing Building Envelope Distress Feb 01, 2015 John J. Hoffmann, FAIA and Deborah J. Costantini, AIA
Where the Commissioning Rubber Meets the Road: Building Enclosure Performance Testing Apr 16, 2018 Peter Babaian, Principal, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.
Whole Building Sensitivity Analysis for Thermal Bridging Apr 16, 2018 Brad Carmichael Senior Building Science Specialist, JRS Engineering
Why a Mock Up - Because the Owner Expects it Done Right Apr 12, 2010 Brian Stroik (Oscar J. Boldt Construction)
Window and Door Flashing: Code Requirements and Best Practices (TechNote) Sep 30, 2015 Home Innovation Research Labs

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