Ses­sion 2

Ses­sion 2: China: Air­tight­ness and Qual­ity As­sur­ance

Hall 4 - Wed­nes­day, 9 Oc­to­ber 2019, 1:30 pm

Time Top­ic Speak­er


Air­tight­ness meas­ure­ments in highrise build­ings

In high-rise build­ings, the stack ef­fect can cause pres­sure dif­fer­en­ces of more than 50 Pa between the ground and top floors. For val­id air­tight­ness meas­ure­ments, it is par­tic­u­larly im­port­ant to avoid meas­ure­ment points where un­der­pres­sure and over­pres­sure are present sim­ul­tan­eously in the build­ing.

Jür­gen Schnieders


Se­lec­tion of Air­tight Ma­ter­i­als and Meas­ures of Air­tight­ness of Pass­ive Houses in Dif­fer­ent Struc­tures
气密性材料的选用及不同结构被动房的 气密性措施

Qi­an Cai (蔡倩)


Meas­ur­ing the air­tight­ness in highrise build­ings

Mi­chael Mey­er-Ol­ber­sleben


Con­struc­tion con­trol and en­ergy con­sump­tion op­er­a­tion of pass­ive ul­tra-low en­ergy green build­ing ren­ov­a­tion pro­ject 
被动式超低能耗绿色建筑改造项目的施 工控制与能耗运行

Bai Yu (白羽)


Prac­tice and Think­ing on Whole-pro­cess Qual­ity Con­trol of Pass­ive Houses at Ul­tra-low En­ergy Con­sump­tion in China
中国被动式超低能耗建筑全过程质量控 制的实践与思考

Mengy­ue Peng (彭梦月)

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