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This seminar aim to assess the potential effects of climate change on the energy and hygrothermal performance and durability of buildings. This seminar will show through the three presentations: The improvement of passive building performance through the time-based thermal resilience metrics; the Net Zero building-grid integration issues and solutions, and discussion on how passive building techniques can handle some of these issues; and the resilience of Canadian homes and small buildings to the effects of climate change.
- 1. Improvement of Passive Building Performance through the Time-Based Thermal Resilience Metrics
Aylin Ozkan, Ph.D., University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
- 2. Passive Buildings As Baseline for the New Grid
Lisa White, PHIUS, Chicago, IL
- 3. Resilience of Canadian Homes and Small Buildings to the Effects of Climate Change – Risk of Deterioration Due to Condensation within Wall Assemblies
Mehdi Ghobadi, Ph.D., Associate Member, National Research Council Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Citation: ASHRAE 2020 Virtual Seminar
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