Ses­sion 8

Ses­si­on 8: Tools and Me­thods

Fri­day, 10th March 2023, Stu­dio 2.2.B-D

In Wies­ba­den, will be re­cor­ded and provided on de­mand to the on­line par­ti­cipants after the con­fer­en­ce

Eng­lish ses­sion

Time (CET) Lec­ture Speak­er    
4.15 pm Wel­come
Andrew Peel | Peel Passive House Consulting Ltd

4.20 pm

Pre­dic­ti­on of PV Self-con­sump­ti­on in Buil­dings - Si­mu­la­ti­on Re­sults and Tool De­ve­lop­ment

Eva­lua­ting and op­ti­mi­zing the pos­si­bi­li­ty of us­ing the PV yield di­rect­ly in the buil­ding is chal­len­ging. A spreads­heet-ba­sed ana­ly­sis of PV and ther­mal and/or elec­tric en­er­gy sto­ra­ge at buil­ding le­vel is de­ve­lo­ped ba­sed on ex­ten­si­ve buil­ding and sys­tem si­mu­la­ti­ons us­ing re­fe­rence buil­dings.

Fabian Ochs | Universität Innsbruck

4.35 pm

Com­mu­ni­ca­ting the Va­lue of Pas­si­ve Hou­se Trai­ning and Cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on to Wild West Buil­ders 

How do you talk about cer­ti­fic­a­tions to a com­mu­nity that openly val­ues de­reg­u­la­tion? This is the chal­lenge we have faced in of­fer­ing CPHT train­ing in the U.S. The solu­tion is an ex­plor­a­tion in­to the power of lan­guage, storytelling, and emo­tion­al in­tel­li­gence.

Mariana G. Pickering | Emu Passive

4.50 pm

De­al­ing with He­at Wa­ves: Can I Use the PHPP to Si­ze Coo­ling Equip­ment?

The ar­tic­le looks at us­ing the PHPP for si­zing coo­ling equip­ment and com­pa­res re­sults with mul­ti-zo­ne cal­cu­la­ti­ons us­ing dy­na­mic si­mu­la­ti­on, ba­sed on a sim­ple wor­ked ex­am­ple of a com­ple­ted and cer­ti­fied Pas­siv­haus re­si­den­ti­al buil­ding in a warm cli­ma­te.

Oliver Style | Praxis Resilient Buildings
5.05 pm Ques­tions and an­swers  

5.25 pm

Stre­am­li­ne Com­plex PHPP Mo­de­ling Work­flows Us­ing the New 'Ho­ney­bee-PH'

Ho­ney­bee-PH is a new free, open-sour­ce soft­wa­re tool­kit de­si­gned to help Pas­si­ve Hou­se prac­ti­tio­ners ma­na­ge com­plex buil­ding da­ta mo­re ef­fi­cient­ly. This tool­kit al­lows PHPP mo­de­lers to re­du­ce mo­del ti­me, im­pro­ve mo­del fle­xi­bi­li­ty, and li­mit er­rors si­gni­fi­cant­ly when used as part of BIM work­flow.

Edwin Peter May | BLDGTYP, LLC
5.40 pm

In­tro­du­cing PH Li­ve Sync

PH Li­ve Sync is an add-in for Au­to­desk® Re­vit® al­lo­wi­ng two-way li­ve syn­cing of da­ta bet­ween the Pas­si­ve Hou­se Plan­ning Packa­ge (PHPP) and the Buil­ding In­for­ma­ti­on Mo­del (BIM) gi­ving de­si­gn­ers a new sim­ple, ac­cu­ra­te, and ef­fi­cient work­flow for their Pas­siv­haus pro­jects.

Anthony Burns| PH Live Sync

5.55 pm


La­test De­ve­lop­ments in de­si­gn­PH 

This present­a­tion will give an in­sight in­to the latest de­vel­op­ments in design­PH which in­clude: Fur­ther align­ment with the PHPP cal­cu­la­tion meth­od­o­logy, by em­ploy­ing the monthly meth­od dir­ec­tly in design­PH. This will give a bet­ter par­ity of res­ults between design­PH and PHPP even­tu­ally al­low us to as­sess cool­ing de­mand and in­tro­duce over­heat­ing warn­ings. De­sign­ers will be able to fur­ther ev­al­u­ate their designs dir­ec­tly in design­PH be­fore ex­port­ing to PHPP. Some new pos­sib­il­it­ies for dis­play­ing con­tex­tu­al in­form­a­tion dir­ec­tly in the mod­el view­port, us­ing a new fea­ture of Sketch­Up 2023. Entry of PV pan­els in a design­PH mod­el.

David Edwards & Dragos Arnautu | Passivhaus Institut
6.10 pm Ques­tions and an­swers  

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