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NSB 2014 - 10th Nordic Symposium on Building Physics - Full Papers

(2014)
Abstract
This symposium presents two tracks, one practical and one more theoretical, divided in ten topics, and presented in three parallel sessions. Two new topics are introduced; “Historical Buildings” and “Challenges for the future”. The intention of adding Historical Buildings is to gather people with different backgrounds, for example Building Physicists, Building antiquarians, Building Biologists, Architects, City planners etc. in a common forum. The

interest for questions related to “Challenges of the Future” is growing rapidly. This area requires competence from many different specialities for example environmental impact, climate change, meteorology, and risk assessment.



Three keynote lectures related to the... (More)
This symposium presents two tracks, one practical and one more theoretical, divided in ten topics, and presented in three parallel sessions. Two new topics are introduced; “Historical Buildings” and “Challenges for the future”. The intention of adding Historical Buildings is to gather people with different backgrounds, for example Building Physicists, Building antiquarians, Building Biologists, Architects, City planners etc. in a common forum. The

interest for questions related to “Challenges of the Future” is growing rapidly. This area requires competence from many different specialities for example environmental impact, climate change, meteorology, and risk assessment.



Three keynote lectures related to the above subjects will be given at the symposium. Professor Johnny Kronvall, who organized the first symposium in 1987, will speak about “Building Physics – an attempt to a 30 years´ evolution story”, M.Sc. Anders Kumlin will

concentrate on the practical applications in ”Practical Moisture Problems”. The last keynote

lecture is Professor Mark Bomberg who will present his thoughts in ”A personal view on Building Physics: An address in the Nordic BP Symposium 2014”...



CONTENT

Introduction 4

Scientific committee 5

FULL PAPERS

Air-tightness 7-117

Building Envelope Systems 119-320

Building Materials and Structures 322-515

Challenges of the Future 517-598

Historical Buildings 600-669

Low energy Buildings 671-945

Moisture Safety 947-1170

Retrofitting of Buildings 1172-1356

RAP-RETRO 1358-1406

Author Index 1407-1411

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Arfvidsson, Jesper LU ; Harderup, Lars-Erik LU ; Kumlin, Anders and Rosencrantz, Bitte LU
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1426 pages
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Building Physics, LTH, Lund University
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978-91-88722-53-9
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English
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interest for questions related to “Challenges of the Future” is growing rapidly. This area requires competence from many different specialities for example environmental impact, climate change, meteorology, and risk assessment. <br/><br>
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Three keynote lectures related to the above subjects will be given at the symposium. Professor Johnny Kronvall, who organized the first symposium in 1987, will speak about “Building Physics – an attempt to a 30 years´ evolution story”, M.Sc. Anders Kumlin will<br/><br>
concentrate on the practical applications in ”Practical Moisture Problems”. The last keynote<br/><br>
lecture is Professor Mark Bomberg who will present his thoughts in ”A personal view on Building Physics: An address in the Nordic BP Symposium 2014”...<br/><br>
<br/><br>
CONTENT<br/><br>
Introduction 4<br/><br>
Scientific committee 5<br/><br>
FULL PAPERS<br/><br>
Air-tightness 7-117<br/><br>
Building Envelope Systems 119-320<br/><br>
Building Materials and Structures 322-515<br/><br>
Challenges of the Future 517-598<br/><br>
Historical Buildings 600-669<br/><br>
Low energy Buildings 671-945<br/><br>
Moisture Safety 947-1170<br/><br>
Retrofitting of Buildings 1172-1356<br/><br>
RAP-RETRO 1358-1406<br/><br>
Author Index 1407-1411<br/><br>
Sponsors Back page},
  editor       = {Arfvidsson, Jesper and Harderup, Lars-Erik and Kumlin, Anders and Rosencrantz, Bitte},
  isbn         = {978-91-88722-53-9},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1426},
  publisher    = {Building Physics, LTH, Lund University},
  title        = {NSB 2014 - 10th Nordic Symposium on Building Physics - Full Papers},
  year         = {2014},
}