Masters Degrees to Build a Sustainable Future — discusses how those with advanced study in architecture, urban planning and engineering will be the stewards of our future as they develop solutions to complex problems like city overpopulation and increasing levels of pollution.
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The IBPSA-USA Newsletter is published every 3 months to inform its membership about current and emerging events in building simulation.
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eSim Building Simulation Conference, May 1-4, 2012, Halifax, Canada They say :- ” The 2012 eSim Building Simulation Conference in Halifax, Canada is hosted by Dalhousie University and features an exciting slate of speakers, social events, workshops, and tours. Major themes include: building performance modeling, innovative technology control methods, simulations tools, and quality control approaches. We invite you to explore our new website which contains all the information http://esim.ca . “
The full Conference Agenda is now available here
A-1: Thermal physics in building envelopes
B-1: System design & optimization
A-2: Advanced energy storage
B-2: Residential optimization
A-3: Commercial HVAC & distribution systems
B-3: Real-world applications & performance
A-4: Heat Pumps
B-4: Case studies & policy applications
A-5: Interior & exterior building environments
B-5: Supporting building design and operation
A-6: Adaptive envelope materials
B-6: Geothermal systems
This report summarises the results of an industry survey and technical review of the NABERS scheme and rating tools facilitated by AIRAH on behalf of the NABERS stakeholder advisory committee. It collates all comments made; including specific issues industry practitioners have raised with the NABERS tools and suggested ways to fix the issue. The report also highlights strategic, technical and administrative priority issues for consideration during the NABERS strategic review.
Download the AIRAH Industry survey report – NABERS rating tools