Ses­sion 15

Ses­si­on 15 (Ad­vanced Ses­sion): Build­ing En­vel­ope

Hall 7 - Thurs­day, 10 Oc­to­ber 2019, 11:30 am

Ti­me Top­ic Speak­er


Com­pon­ent Award 2019 - Win­dow of the fu­ture

Ed­ward Lo­wes/So­ra­ya Lo­pez


20 years of de­vel­op­ment work on the pass­ive ­hou­se win­dow, a cool sto­ry

Wolfgang Feist’s defin­i­tion of cri­ter­ia for win­dows us­able in Pass­ive Houses has changed the win­dow world. The smal­ler wood win­dow pro­du­cer fol­lowed the find­ings of PHI sci­ent­ists as the first group. The res­ult is, that PH win­dow qual­ity is present as the highest level in beauty, sus­tain­ab­il­ity and en­ergy- plus cost ef­fi­ciency.

Franz Fre­un­dor­fer


Pass­ive house cer­ti­fied cur­tain walls / The dif­fi­cult re­la­tion between de­mand & real­ity

Ha­gen Weber


Re­duc­ing struc­tu­ral ther­mal bridge ef­fects - a best prac­ti­ce stu­dy on Pas­si­ve Hou­se pro­jects in Chi­na

Es­tab­lished European thermal break solu­tions must be as­sessed re­gard­ing their com­pli­ance with Chinese build­ing codes. Avail­able sys­tems for bal­conies and air-con­di­tion slabs (but also façade fix­ings) have already been suc­cess­fully ev­al­u­ated and ap­proved by cer­ti­fied na­tion­al test centres in China.

Ro­man Kra­mer


PHI cer­ti­fic­a­tion of trans­par­ent and opaque build­ing en­vel­ope com­pon­ents

So­ra­ya Lo­pez




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