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Assessing Thermal Comfort near Glass Facades with New Tools Apr 02, 2012 Sabine Hoffmann (Center for the Built Environment, University of California at Berkeley), Christoph Jedek (Center for the Built Environment, University of California at Berkeley), Edward Arens (Center for the Built Environment, University of California at Berkeley)
Building Enclosure Performance Research— Applications in Professional Practice Apr 02, 2012 Mark Perepelitza, AIA (ZGF Architects)
Single and Double Layered Vacuum Insulation Panels of the Same Thickness in Comparison Apr 02, 2012 Samuel Brunner (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology), T. Stahl (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology), Karim Ghazi Wakili (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology)
Physical or Virtual? : Effectiveness of Virtual Mockups of Building Envelope Systems Apr 02, 2012 Minjung Maing (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Documentation of Complex Building Enclosures Apr 02, 2012 Kevin M. Turner, AIA (The Freelon Group), Kevin Day, AIA (The Freelon Group), Eric Lankes, AIA (The Freelon Group)
Quality Management in the Design and Construction of Enclosure Systems Apr 02, 2012 Michael P. Steffen, AIA (Walsh Construction Co.), Martin J. Houston (Walsh Construction Co.)
Envelope Thermal Failures Due to Wind Washing in Two-Story Homes Apr 02, 2012 James B. Cummings (Florida Solar Energy Center), Charles R. Withers (Florida Solar Energy Center)
Building Enclosure Commissioning of a Student Athletic Facility Apr 02, 2012 Paul E. Totten, PE (Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.), Andrew Smith (Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.)
Simulation of Dynamic Daylighting and Glare Control Systems for a Six-Story Net Zero Energy Office Building in Seattle, WA Apr 02, 2012 Christopher Meek (University of Washington), Amanda Bruot (University of Washington), Louie Caldwell (University of Washington)
Structural and Hygrothermal Field Monitoring of Thick Continuously Insulated Wall Assemblies Utilized in a Multistory Residential Building Apr 02, 2012 Gary Parsons (The Dow Chemical Company), Jeff Hansbro (The Dow Chemical Company), Craig Buck (The Dow Chemical Company), Scott Croasdale, M.Eng, P.Eng, PE (JRS Engineering Ltd.), Joel Schwartz, P.Eng, FEC, BEP (JRS Engineering Ltd.)
Simulation of Complex Glazing Products; from Optical Data Measurements to Model Based Predictive Controls Apr 02, 2012 Christian Koehler (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Simple, Fast, Cost Effective Methods of Foam Board Joint Sealing for Air Barrier Assemblies in Commercial Construction Apr 02, 2012 Katherine L. Johnson (The Dow Chemical Company), Daniel A. Tempas (The Dow Chemical Company)
Evaluation of the Thermal Performance of Innovative Pre-Fabricated Wall Systems through Field Testing Apr 02, 2012 Hua Ge (Ryerson University), Fitssum Tariku (British Columbia Institute of Technology)
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)
Solar Reflectivity Studies Lotte World Tower – Case Study Apr 02, 2012 Charles D. Clift, PE (Curtain Wall Design and Consulting), Vicente Montes-Amoros, PE (Curtain Wall Design and Consulting)
Modeling the Effect of Air Leakage in Hygrothermal Envelope SImulation Apr 02, 2012 Hartwig M. Künzel, Dr.-Ing. (Fraunhofer Institute), Daniel Zirkelbach, Dipl.-Ing. (Fraunhofer Institute), Beate Schafaczek, Dipl.-Ing. (Fraunhofer Institute)
Aerogel for Thermal Insulation of Interior Wall Retrofits in Cold Climates Apr 02, 2012 Nitin C. Shukla (Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems), Ali Fallahi (Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems), Jan Kosny (Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems), Steve Harasim (Aspen Aerogels Inc.), Chris Blair (Aspen Aerogels Inc.)
Perkins+Will Research Journal / Vol. 03.02 Dec 06, 2011 Ajla Aksamija, Ph.D., LEED AP BD+C, CDT (Perkins+Will, Kalpana Kuttaiah, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Perkins+Will)
The Information Content of BIM: An Information Theory Analysis of Building Information Model (BIM) Content Dec 06, 2011 Mario Guttman, AIA, LEED AP (Perkins+Will)
BIM on the WAN: Autodesk’s Revit and the Wide Area Design Problem Dec 06, 2011 Victor Okhoya, Assoc. AIA (Perkins+Will)
Advanced and High-Performance Materials Program Dec 01, 2011 Mila Kennett (US Department of Homeland Security)
Emergent Materials for Security, Energy and the Environment Dec 01, 2011 Blaine Brownell (University of Minnesota School of Architecture)
An Advanced Materials Database: A Gateway for Future and Secure Infrastructures Dec 01, 2011 Milagros Kennett (US Department of Homelant Security, Mohammed Ettourney (Weidlinger Associates Inc.), Earle Kennett (National Institute of Building Sciences), Bob Payn (db Interactive)
Reflections on the Impact of the RFP Research Grant for “Guideline for Spatial Regeneration in Iowa” Project Dec 01, 2011 Marwan Ghandour (Iowa State University)
Advancing the Dialogue on Collaborative Models for Green Building Design Dec 01, 2011 Keith E. Hedges (Drury University), Christopher Livingston (Montana State University)

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