Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 04/Dec/2022
9:00am - 12:00pmWKSHP 2: Pre-Conference Workshop 2: Whole Building Testing and Inspection Workshop
Location: Palm Room

Denali Jones, RDH Building Sciences

Adam Uglizza, Intertek

J. Lee Durston, Morrison Hershfield

Kelvin Lui

 

9:00am - 12:00pmWKSHP 4: Pre-Conference Workshop 4: Improving the Performance of HUD-Code Manufactured Housing
Location: Bay Room

Michael Lubliner, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Eric Werling, DOE - BTO

9:00am - 12:00pmWKSHP 6: Pre-Conference Workshop 6: How Much Carbon is in There? - Beyond Operational Energy
Location: Gulf Room

 

Chris Magwood, RMI 

Mehdi Ghobadi, NRC

Sara Bayer, Magnussan Architecture and Planning

Graham Wright, PHIUS

9:00am - 4:00pmWKSHP 1: Pre-Conference Workshop 1: Achieving an Airtight Building
Location: Beach Room

Laverne Dalgleish, Air Barrier Association of America

Lisa Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Sarah Flock, Raths, Raths, & Johnson

John Posenecker, Terracon

Theresa Weston, Holt Weston Consultancy

Ben Meyer, Siplast

Andrew Dunlap, Smith Group

Steven Shanks, Intertek

1:00pm - 4:00pmWKSHP 3: Pre-Conference Workshop 3: Building Assembly Air and Water Leakage Research
Location: Palm Room

Brian Stroik, American Contractors Insurance Group

Correy Zussman, Pepper Construction Company

Ben Meyer, Siplast

 

1:00pm - 4:00pmWKSHP 5: Pre-Conference Workshop 5: Introduction to Hygrothermal Modeling
Location: Bay Room

Achilles Karagiozis, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

André Desjarlais, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

5:00pm - 6:30pmWR: Welcome Reception
Location: Poolside Grass
Date: Monday, 05/Dec/2022
7:30am - 8:00amLight Continental Breakfast
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
8:00am - 10:30amKeynote 1: Welcome/Keynote
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
10:30am - 11:00amAM Break + Sponsor Tables
Location: Pre-function Area
11:00am - 12:30pmCPS 1: Paper Session 1: Thermal Performance of the Envelope (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Graham Finch, RDH Building Science
 

Adding Thermal Mass to Low-Slope Roof Assemblies – A Modeling Study

Thomas J Taylor

GAF, United States of America



A Comparison of Calculation Methods for Thermal Bridges in Building Enclosures

Sarah Rentfro, Cheryl Saldanha, Anthony Nicastro, Matthew Colturi

Simpson Gumpertz & Heger



Building Envelope Thermal Activation: it's all about holistic heat transfer

Sajith Wijesuriya2, Paulo Cesar Tabares-Velasco1,2, Marcus Bianchi2

1Colorado School of Mines, United States of America; 2National Renewable Energy Laboratory

 
11:00am - 12:30pmCPS 2: Paper Session 2: Off-Site Construction (Practices)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: William Robert Lentlie, Saint-Gobain CertainTeed
 

Modular Multifamily Construction: A Field Study of Energy Code Compliance and Performance Through Offsite Prefabrication

Kevin Grosskopf

University of Nebraska, United States of America



Empirical Validation Of Building Envelope In A Commercial Test Building

Mikael Salonvaara, Mahabir Bhandari, Piljae Im, Niraj Kunwar

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America

 
11:00am - 12:30pmCPS 3: Paper Session 3: Envelope Modeling Tools (Residential)
Location: Bay Room
Session Chair: Michael Blanford, U.S Dept. Of Housing & Urban Development
 

User Friendly Web-Based Tool to Assess the Energy Efficiency and Durability of Residential Wall Retrofits

Gina Accawi, Andre Desjarlais, Anthony Aldykiewicz, Philip Boudreaux, Simon Pallin, Mikael Salonvaara

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America



Modeling Cost Effective Applications of Window Attachments for Weatherization Programs

Christian Ross Valoria1, Katherine Allen Cort1, Allegra JD Steenson1, Thomas D Culp2

1Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; 2Birch Point Consulting



A Machine Learning Assisted Framework to Control Thermally Anisotropic Building Envelopes in Residential Buildings

Zhenglai Shen1, Som Shrestha1, Daniel Howard1, Tianli Feng2, Diana Hun1, Buxin She3

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America; 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112, USA; 3The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

 
12:30pm - 1:30pmLunch
Location: Rusty's Bistro
1:30pm - 3:00pmCPS 4: Paper Session 4: Insulation Materials (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Phalguni Mukhopadhyaya, University of Victoria
 

Determination of Vacuum Insulation Panel Edge-Loss and R-Value

Hamed Saber1, David Yarbrough2

1Prince Saud Bin Thuniyan Research Center, Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu, Saudi Arabia; 2R&D Services, Inc., Watertown, Tennessee, USA



Investigating the Potential of Latent Heat in Hygroscopic Insulating Materials

Oskar Ranefjärd1, Jonas Niklewski1, Paulien Strandberg-de Bruijn1, Anders Rosenkilde2,1, Eva Frühwald Hansson1

1Lund University, Sweden; 2The Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture Industry



Self-healing Barrier Films For Vacuum Insulation Panels

Natasha Ghezawi2, Kelsey Livingston1, Mengyuan Wang1, Mike Merwin3, Tom Jarecke3, Pengfei Cao1, Diana Hun1, Tomonori Saito1

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 2The University of Tennessee, Knoxville; 3FLEXcon, Inc

 
1:30pm - 3:00pmCPS 5: Paper Session 5: Building Retrofit (Practices)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Jonathan Bean, The University of Arizona
 

Effects of Drainage Mat Types on Energy Performance of Extensive Green Roofs in Mild Climate

Sara Siraj Hagos1, Fitsum Tariku2

1British Columbia Institute of Technology., Canada; 2British Columbia Institute of Technology., Canada



Case Studies of Residential Façade Upgrades in Five Climate Zones

Katherine Cort1, Theresa Gilbride1, Chrissi Antonopoulos1, Kohta Ueno2, Waylon White3, Jason Elton3

1Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States of America; 2Building Science Corporation; 3Earth Advantage



Energy Savings And Project Cost Estimates Of Building Envelope Retrofit Measures Across A Very Cold Climate Building Stock

Josh Quinnell, Lindsay Genty

Center for Energy and Enivornment, United States of America

 
1:30pm - 3:00pmCPS 6: Paper Session 6: Envelope Tools and Upgrades (Residential)
Location: Bay Room
Session Chair: Carsten Rode, Technical University of Denmark
 

Online Calculator to Evaluate the Impact of Airtightness on Residential Building Energy Consumption and Moisture Transfer

Niraj Kunwar1, Som Shrestha1, Andre Omer Desjarlais1, Gina Accawi1, Lisa Chen Ng2, Laverne Dalgleish3

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America; 2National Institute of Standards and Technology; 3Air Barrier Association of America



Demonstration of Combined Envelope Upgrades and High-Efficiency, Low Capacity HVAC Systems in Single-Family Homes

Kaushik Biswas1, Kristin Heinemeier2, Robert Kamisky1, Stephen Chally2

1Gas Technology Institute, 123 C Street, Davis, CA 95616; 2Frontier Energy, 123 C Street, Davis, CA 95616



Development and Experimental Evaluation of a Zonal Infiltration Measurement Method for Multi-Unit Residential Buildings: Error Analysis, Performance Evaluation, and Study of Building Characteristics

Tharanga Jayarathne1, Michael A. Browne2, Michael Gevelber1

1Boston University, Boston, MA.; 2Advanced Building Analysis, Amesbury, MA.

 
3:00pm - 3:30pmPM Break + Sponsor Tables
Location: Pre-function Area
3:30pm - 5:00pmCPS 7: Paper Session 7: Hygrothermal Performance of Walls I (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Hua Ge, Concordia University
 

Long-term Performances of New and Recycled Polyethylene Moisture Barrier Membranes

Torben Valdbjørn Rasmussen1, Tessa Kvist Hansen1, Jens Kromann Nielsen2, Frederik R. Steenstrup2, Lisbeth M. Ottosen3, Louise Green Petersen3, Yvonne Shashoua4

1Aalborg University, Denmark; 2Danish Technical Institute; 3Technical University of Denmark; 4National Museum of Denmark



The Importance of Brick Masonry Hygrothermal Properties on Simulation Results to Assess the Risk to Mold growth of Brick Veneer Clad Wood-frame Walls

Lin Wang, Maurice Defo, Michael Lacasse

National Research Council Canada, Canada



Analysis of Thermal Insulation System for Summer Heat Protection Under Different Climatic Conditions Using Wireless Measuring System

Ayman Bishara

RMI, Germany

 
3:30pm - 5:00pmCPS 8: Paper Session 8: Building Envelope Air Leakage (Practices)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Bipin Shah, WinBuild Inc
 

What Does It Take To “See” Air Leakage Through A Building Envelope?

Philip Boudreaux, Emishaw Iffa, Singanallur Venkatakrishnan, Diana Hun

ORNL, United States of America



Envelope Leakage of Individual Units in New U.S. Low-Rise Multifamily Buildings

David Bohac1, Russ Landry1, Bob Davis2, Scott Pigg3, Gary Nelson4, Collin Olson4

1Center for Energy and Environment, United States of America; 2Ecotope; 3Slipstream; 4The Energy Conservatory



Common Area Envelope Leakage of New U.S. Low-Rise Multifamily Buildings

David Bohac1, Russ Landry1, Lauren Sweeney1, Bob Davis2, Scott Pigg3, Gary Nelson4, Collin Olson4

1Center for Energy and Environment, United States of America; 2Ecotope; 3Slipstream; 4The Energy Conservatory

 
3:30pm - 5:00pmCPS 9: Paper Session 9: Retrofit Technologies (Residential)
Location: Bay Room
Session Chair: Theresa Weston, The Holt Weston Consultancy
 

Developing a Composite Vacuum Insulated Panel (VIP) Insulation/Vinyl Siding Composite Technology for Retrofitting Residential Walls

Andre Desjarlais1, Antonio Aldykiewicz1, Mikael Salonvaara1, Patrick Huelman2, Chrissi Antonopoulos3

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America; 2University of Minnesota; 3Pacific Northwest National Laboratory



Lightweight Composite Insulated Overclad Panels for Building Retrofits

Nolan W Hayes1, Diana E Hun1, Uday Vaidya1,2, Pritesh Yeole2, Stephen Sheriff2

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; 2University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA



A Novel Exterior Wall Upgrade Panel for EnergieSprong Retrofits

Garrett Evan Mosiman1, Patrick Huelman1, Elizabeth Kutchke1, Scott Pigg2, Connor Jansen2

1University of Minnesota, United States of America; 2Slipstream Inc.

 
Date: Tuesday, 06/Dec/2022
8:00am - 8:30amLight Continental Breakfast
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
8:30am - 10:00amCPS 10: Paper Session 10: Hygrothermal Performance of Walls II (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Sam Glass, USDA Forest Products Laboratory
 

Hygrothermal Simulation - Modelling Air Flow along Gap-like 3D Paths in Building Components with Darcy’s Law

Andreas Sarkany, Thomas Lewis, Thomas Bednar, Manfred Grüner

TU Wien, Austria



Hygrothermal Simulation for Wooden Wall Assemblies in Medium-rise Building in Consideration of Rain Penetration into Vented Cavity

Hiroaki Saito1, Sadaharu Osamura2

1Ashikaga University, Japan; 2Misawa Homes Institute of Research and Development Co.Ltd



Comprehensive Study Of Moisture Risk On Building Facades Based On Spatial Distribution of Wetting and Drying

Xiaohai Zhou1, Aytac Kubilay2, Dominique Derome1, Jan Carmeliet1

1ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2Université de Sherbrooke

 
8:30am - 10:00amCPS 11: Paper Session 11: Walls and Insulation (Practices)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: JR Babineau, Johns Manville
 

Assessment of the Impact of Interior Insulation on Exterior Walls in Three Swedish Buildings

Akram Abdul Hamid, Jesper Arfvidsson, Lars-Erik Harderup

Lund University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Building and Environmental Technology, Division of Building Physics, Sweden



Building Enclosure and HVAC System Interaction - How to Minimize Risk and Design for Success

Sean OBrien, Vince Cammalleri, Kyle Nay

Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc., United States of America



Case Study: 5 Years Monitoring of Hygrothermal Conditions Behind Internal Insulation on Masonry Walls

Tessa Kvist Hansen1, Eva Møller2, Martin Morelli1

1BUILD, Aalborg University, Denmark; 2Technical University of Denmark

 
10:00am - 10:30amAM Break + Sponsor Tables
Location: Pre-function Area
10:30am - 12:00pmCPS 12: Paper Session 12: Emerging Systems (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Carsten Rode, Technical University of Denmark
 

Techno-Economic Analysis of Dynamic Building Envelopes Comprising Phase Change Materials and Switchable Insulations

Ravi Kishore, Chuck Booten, Marcus Bianchi

National Renewable Energy Laboratory, United States of America



Development and performance Evaluation of of Active Insulation System using Solid-State Thermal Switch

Emishaw Iffa, Mikael Salonvaara, Niraj Kunwar, Som Shrestha, Philip Boudreaux, Diana Hun

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America



Control Strategies and Thermal Performance of Responsive Building Envelope with Active Insulation System

Yawen He1, Hongyu Zhou1, Farbod Fahimi2

1University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States of America; 2University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, United States of America

 
10:30am - 12:00pmCPS 13: Paper Session 13: Hygrothermal Performance (Practices)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Mehdi Ghobadi, National Research Council Canada
 

Methodological Framework For HAM-Simulations: Research On The Rainfall Wetting And Drying Process Of A CLT-Balcony

Bruno Vanderschelden1, Michael A. Lacasse2, Travis Moore2, Nathan Van Den Bossche1

1Ghent University, Belgium; 2National Resource Council Canada



Experience and Evaluation of Moisture Protection Strategies for Mass Timber Buildings

Graham Finch

RDH Building Science, Canada



Mass Timber Moisture Monitoring and Simulation - A Marine Climate Case Study

Jeff Speert1, Emily Dawson2, Brad Carmichael1

14EA Building Science; 2Kaiser + Path

 
12:00pm - 1:30pmLunch
Location: Rusty's Bistro
1:30pm - 3:00pmCPS 14: Paper Session 14: Hygrothermal Properties of Materials (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Benjamin Meyer, Siplast
 

Modeling Water Absorption in Wood with an Improved Approximation Method

Samuel V. Glass, Charles R. Boardman, Eleanor Q. Daniels

USDA Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI, USA



Do we Understand the Drying of Porous Materials?

Linlin Fei1, Jianlin Zhao1, Feifei Qin1, Aytaç Kubilay1, Dominique Derome2, Jan Carmeliet1

1ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2Université de Sherbrooke, Canada



Adsorption Isotherm of Building Materials at Different Temperatures and Relative Humidities

Youness Yousefi1,2, Fitsum Tariku1

1British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), Canada; 2University of Calgary

 
1:30pm - 3:00pmCPS 15: Paper Session 15: Fenestrations and Energy Efficiency (Practices)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Marc LaFrance, US Department of Energy
 

Highly Insulating Commercial Window Demonstration; Energy and Comfort Analysis

Robert Grant Hart, Howdy Goudey, Lili Yu

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, United States of America



Thin Triples Expand the Affordable High Performance Window Options For Retrofit

Edward Louie

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States of America

 
3:00pm - 3:30pmPM Break + Sponsor Tables
Location: Pre-function Area
3:30pm - 5:00pmCPS 16: Paper Session 16: Modular Construction (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Jesper Arfvidsson, Lund university
 

Driving Rain Tightness Of Prefabricated Concrete Sandwich Walls With Joints, Window And Balcony Connections

Lars Olsson

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden



Transformative Efficiency and Automation in Modular Homes (TEAMH)

Rohit Jogineedi1, Kaushik Biswas1, Jason LaFleur1, Brandon Weiss2, Som Shrestha3, Andre Desjarlais3, Luke Bingham1, Soham Vanage4

1Gas Technology Institute, 1700 S Mount Prospect Road, Des Plaines, IL 60018; 2Dvele, 5521 La Jolla Blvd, La Jolla, CA 92037; 3Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1 Bethel Valley Road, Oak Ridge, TN 37830; 4Michigan State University, 426 Auditorium Road, East Lansing, MI 48824



Improving the Energy Performance of the Building Envelope Through the Factory Produced Wall Panels, Better Windows and Improved Window-Wall Interface

D. Charlie Curcija1, Howdy Goudey1, Mahabir Bhandari2, Valerie Green3, Dan Parrish4, Diana Fisler5, Christian Kohler1

1LBNL, United States of America; 2ORNL, United States of America; 3Buro Happold, United States of America; 4Pella Windows, United States of America; 5ADL Ventures, United States of America

 
3:30pm - 5:00pmCPS 17: Paper Session 17: Sustainability, Energy and the Environment (Practices)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Paulo Cesar Tabares Velasco, Colorado School of Mines
 

Conservation of heritage buildings in Iran: On the Impact of the Urban Heat Island on Building Material Hygrothermal Performance

Hamed Hedayatnia, Nathan Van Den Bossche

Gent University, Belgium



Load Shifting with Space Conditioning Heat Pumps

Samuel I Rosenberg, Alex Vlachokostas

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory



A Field Study and OpenStudio Validation of Four Mass Timber Buildings in the United States

Gabriel Miguel Flechas1, Paulo Cesar Tabares-Velasco1, Gabe Fierro1, Eric A Holt2, Mikael Salonvaara3

1Colorado School of Mines, United States of America; 2University of Denver, United States of America; 3Oak Ridge National Lab

 
Date: Wednesday, 07/Dec/2022
8:00am - 8:30amLight Continental Breakfast
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
8:30am - 10:00amCPS 18: Paper Session 18: Thermal Resilience (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Achilles Karagiozis, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
 

Effects of Urban Heat Islands during Heat Waves in Montreal Residential Buildings

Dominik Strebel1, Farid Boudali Errebai2, Aytaç Kubilay1, Jan Carmeliet1, Dominique Derome2

1ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2Université de Sherbrooke, Canada



Analysis of Indoor Thermal Environment Degradation in Buildings Located in Hot and Humid Climates in Emergency Situation

Richard Liesen1, Alexander Zhivov1, Aylin Ozkan2, Joel Good2

1ERDC-CERL, United States of America; 2RWDI, Canada



Pre- and Post-renovation Monitoring with Data Analysis as a Means to Determine Reasons for Performance Gaps

Carsten Rode1, Christoffer Rasmussen2, Henrik Madsen2

1Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

 
8:30am - 10:00amCPS 19: Paper Session 19: Building Hygrothermal Performance (Residential)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Theresa Weston, The Holt Weston Consultancy
 

Water Vapor Generation in Residential Buildings: Comparing Probabilistic Simulations and Field Measurements

Samuel V. Glass1, Targo Kalamees2, Simon Pallin3, Juha Vinha4

1USDA Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI, USA; 2Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia; 3Frontier Energy, Davis, CA, USA; 4Tampere University, Tampere, Finland



Lab Home Validation of a Moisture Balance Model to Estimate Internal Moisture Generation Rates in Occupied Homes

Eric Martin, Bereket Nigusse, Charles Withers. Jr., Tanvir Khan

FSEC Energy Research Center, United States of America



Internal Insulation of Masonry with and without Hydrophobization in Inhabited Dwellings

Panagiota Pagoni1, Eva Birgit Møller1, Tessa Kvist Hansen2

1Technical University of Denmark; 2Aalborg University

 
10:00am - 10:30amAM Break + Sponsor Tables
Location: Pre-function Area
10:30am - 12:00pmCPS 20: Paper Session 20: Design Tools (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Wahid Maref, ETS_Montreal (University of Quebec)
 

Innovative Evaluation, Optimization and Design Tool for Assessing Enclosed Reflective Airspace Performance

Hamed Saber1, Saleh Alshehri1, David Yarbrough2

1Prince Saud bin Thuniyan Research Center, Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu, Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia; 2R&D Services, Inc., Watertown, Tennessee, USA



Novel Methodologies To Assess The Energy Efficiency In Mass Timber Buildings

Mikael Salonvaara1, Carl Manz2, Rob Pickett3, Andre Desjarlais1, Emishaw Iffa1

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America; 2IMT Institute; 3International Mass Timber Alliance



Automatic Segmentation of Building Envelope Point Cloud Data Using Machine Learning

Bryan Maldonado, Nolan Hayes, Daniel Howard, Diana Hun

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America

 
10:30am - 12:00pmCPS 21: Paper Session 21: Building Energy Performance (Residential)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Bjarne Wilkens Olesen, Intl. Center for Indoor Environment and Energy, Technical University of Denmark
 

Experimental Studies and Energy Modeling for Evaluating Performance of Various Deep Wall Retrofits

Harshil Nagda1, Jian Zhang1, Cheryn Metzger1, Chrissi Antonopoulos1, Tyler Pilet1, Patricia Gunderson1, Travis Ashley1, Sumitrra Ganguli1, Andre Desjarlais2, Antonio Aldykiewicz Jr.2, Patrick Huelman3, Garrett Mosiman3

1Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; 2Oak Ridge National Lab; 3University of Minnesota



Zero Energy Ready Out of the Box

Theresa Lee Gilbride1, Leigha Dickens2, Kevin Brozyna3

1Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; 2Deltec Homes, Inc.; 3Insight Homes



The Environmental Impact of Deep Energy Retrofits in Residential Construction

Antonio J Aldykiewicz Jr, Andre O Desjarlais, Simon B Pallin, Denise A Silva

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America

 
12:00pm - 1:30pmLunch
Location: Rusty's Bistro
1:30pm - 3:00pmCPS 22: Paper Session 22: Building Energy Performance (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Florian Antretter, C3RROLUTIONS GmbH
 

The Effect Of Adjacent Buildings’ Surfaces Albedo on Building Energy Consumption And Urban Thermal Environment

Afshin Gharib Mombeni, Fitsum Tariku

British Columbia Institute of Technology, Canada



Assessment of Novel Building Integrated Thermal Storage Systems to Enhance Electrical Grid Services in a Heating Dominated Climate

Matthias Pazold1, Jan Radon1, Florian Antretter1, Matthias Kersken2, Herbert Sinnesbichler2

1C3RROLUTIONS GmbH, Germany; 2Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics, Germany



Energy Model to Evaluate Thermal Energy Storage Integrated with Air Source Heat Pumps

Conrado Ermel1,2, Marcus Vinicius Andrade Bianchi2, Paulo Smith Schneider1

1Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; 2National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA

 
1:30pm - 3:00pmCPS 23: Paper Session 23: Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation (Residential)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Bjarne Wilkens Olesen, Intl. Center for Indoor Environment and Energy, Technical University of Denmark
 

Impacts of Compartmentalization and Ventilation System Design on IAQ and Energy Use in Multifamily Buildings

Iain Walker, Brennan Less, David Lorenzetti, Núria Casquero, Sohn Michael

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States of America



Quantifying Air Quality Improvement Through Ventilation For Indoor Environment: A Case Study

Chethani Athukorala, Justin Costa, Suresh Dhaniyala

Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering, Clarkson University, NY, USA



Passive Strategies to Improve Thermal Conditions in a Care Home in London, UK

Christopher Isaac L. Razo1, Ioanna Tsoulou1, Anna Mavrogianni1, Nishesh Jain1, Eleni Oikonomou1, Alastair Howard2, Rajat Gupta2, Michael Davies1

1University College London, United Kingdom; 2Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom

 
3:00pm - 3:30pmPM Break + Sponsor Tables
Location: Pre-function Area
3:30pm - 5:00pmCPS 24: Paper Session 24: Whole-Building Energy and Hygrothermal Performance (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Targo Kalamees, Tallinn University of Technology
 

Performance of Relative Humidity-Controlled Ventilation in Buildings with Moisture Buffering Finishing Materials

Yina Shang, Fitsum Tariku

BCIT, Building Science Centre of Excellence



Fully Integrated Model for Assessing Energy Efficiency, Indoor Air Quality and Moisture Performance

Seyedmohammadreza Heibati1, Wahid Maref1, Hamed H. Saber2

1Department of Construction Engineering, École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS), University of Québec, Montréal, Québec H3C 1K3, Canada; 2Prince Saud bin Thuniyan Research Center and Mechanical Engineering Department, Jubail University College, Al Jubail 35716, Saudi Arabia



Airflow and Energy Modeling of New U.S. Low-Rise Multifamily Buildings

David Bohac1, Bob Davis2, Gary Nelson3, Collin Olson3

1Center for Energy and Environment, United States of America; 2Ecotope; 3The Energy Conservatory

 
3:30pm - 5:00pmCPS 25: Paper Session 25: Roof and Attic Moisture Performance (Residential)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Theresa Weston, The Holt Weston Consultancy
 

Long-term Hygrothermal Performance Of Sealed And Vented Attics In A Southern Climate

Mikael Salonvaara1, William Miller2, Andre Desjarlais1

1Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America; 2University of Tennessee, United States of America



Seasonal Moisture Impacts on Roof Deck Moisture in Unvented Attics in North Florida

Charles Withers, Eric Martin

Florida Solar Energy Center, United States of America

 
6:00pm - 7:30pmCR: Closing Reception
Location: Poolside Grass
Date: Thursday, 08/Dec/2022
8:00am - 8:30amLight Continental Breakfast
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
8:30am - 10:00amCPS 26: Paper Session 26: Window Performance I (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Emishaw Iffa, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 

Advancing Thermal and Solar-Optical Performance of Windows for Net-Zero Houses

Anil Parekh1, Jeff Baker2

1Natural Resources Canada, Canada; 2WESTLab Inc.



Results from Laboratory and Field Study of Thin Triple Pane Windows

Patricia K Gunderson, Edward P Louie, Samuel I Rosenberg, Katie A Cort

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States of America



Novel R7 Fixed Windows & R9 Daylight Transoms for Net Zero Energy Buildings

Mark Isaacs1, Mahabir Bhandari2, Jeff Burger3

1GS Research LLC, United States of America; 2Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 3Mississippi Polymer Institute

 
8:30am - 10:00amCPS 27: Paper Session 27: Hygrothermal Performance Assessment (Principles)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Danko Davidovic, Huber Engineered Woods LLC
 

Evaluation of the Applicability of Ashrae’s Damage Function Model to Predict Moisture Severity of the Climate for Canadian Locations

Maurice Defo, Naman Bansal, Michael Lacasse

National Research Council Canada, Canada



Review and Evaluation of 20 Methods to Select Moisture Reference Years for Damage Risks in Solid Masonry Walls

Isabeau Vandemeulebroucke1, Steven Caluwaerts2,3, Nathan Van Den Bossche1

1Building Physics Group, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Ghent University; 2Atmospheric Physics Group, Faculty of Science, Ghent University; 3Department Meteorological and Climatological Research, Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium



Optimization Of The Mold Resistance Design Model For North American Materials

Charles R Boardman1, Samuel V Glass1, Robert Lepage2

1USDA Forest Products Laboratory, United States of America; 2RDH Building Science Inc., Canada

 
10:00am - 10:30amAM Break + Sponsor Tables
Location: Pre-function Area
10:30am - 12:00pmCPS 28: Paper Session 28: Window Performance II (Principles)
Location: Beach/Gulf Room
Session Chair: Peter Adams, Morrison Hershfield Ltd
 

Durability Evaluation of Advanced Fenestration Technologies

Robert Canale Tenent1,2, Alliston Watts1, Madison Likins White3, Zhiqiang {John} Zhai3, Cenk Kocer4, Bipin Shah5, Dervis Demirocak6

1National Renewable Energy Laboratory, United States of America; 2Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado at Boulder; 3University of Colorado at Boulder; 4University of Sydney; 5WinBuild, Inc.; 6University of Houston - Clear Lake



Risks Associated With Interior Low E Coating In Double-Glazed Windows

Hamid Heidarali

Hamid Design Build (HDB)



Advances in Window Simulation Software

Robin Mitchell, Charlie Curcija, Christian Kohler

Berkeley Lab, United States of America

 
10:30am - 12:00pmCPS 29: Paper Session 29: Durability and Energy (Principles)
Location: Palm Room
Session Chair: Erika Bonfanti, Acton Partners, LLC
 

Duration of Early Stage Drying of Aerogel-based Renders: Field Tests and Simulations in Four Swedish Cities

Ali Naman Karim, Pär Johansson, Angela Sasic Kalagasidis

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden



Fast, Accurate, and Reliable Thermal Metrology to Assess the Thermal Resistivity on Small Samples of Insulation Having Low Thermal Conductivity

Andre Desjarlais, Som Shrestha

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States of America



Construction Process and Measuring Initial Dryout of PCM Mortar in Energy Activated ETICS Façade

Martin Talvik1, Simo Ilomets1, Paul Klõšeiko1, Targo Kalamees1,2, Dariusz Heim3

1nZEB Research Group, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 2Smart City Center of Excellence (Finest Twins), Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; 3Lodz University of Technology

 
1:00pm - 5:00pmWKSHP 7: Post-Conference Workshop 7: DOE Current Challenges and Opportunities and Research Needs of Building-Integrated PV Systems
Location: Beach/Gulf Room

Georgios Stefopoulos, US DOE Solar Energy Technologies Office

Marc LaFrance, US DOE Building Technologies Office


 
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