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Natural ventilation

Overview: The success of a naturally ventilated building starts with a good design based on the optimum location and sizing ventilation openings, combined with a control approach that responds to varying driving forces and occupant needs. Considerations include aerodynamic performance of ventilation openings; local environmental conditions; and occupant (indoor air quality) needs. Any incorrect interpretation can lead to inappropriate ventilation strategies, poor indoor air quality, overheating and excessive energy use.

21-11-2017

10:15 - 11:00

TC1 Assessment Methods

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Speakers

  • Dr Andy Acred Environmental Design Analyst - Foster + Partners; and Member, CIBSE Natural Ventilation Group Committee
  • Dr David Hamlyn Project Manager and Senior Engineer - RWDI
  • Dr Owen Connick Consulting Manager - Breathing Buildings
  • Jannick K. Roth Senior Building Performance Engineer - WindowMaster
11:00 - 11:45

TC2 Mathematical Modelling

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Speakers

  • Henry Burridge Lecturer, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering - Imperial College London​
  • Professor Malcolm Cook Professor and Associate Dean, School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering - Loughborough University
  • Dr Chris Iddon Design Manager - SE Controls
11:45 - 12:00

Break & exhibition visit

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12:00 - 12:45

TC3 Environmental and air quality assessment issues minutes

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Speakers

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