Workshop "Integrated modelling and performance of built environments"

The IBPSA Ireland  with IRUSE Galway in the College of Engineering and Informatics and the Ryan Institute at the NUI Galway organised a full-day workshop that was held in the  Engineering Building at  NUI Galway on the 24th of June 2013. The workshop explored the topic of "  Integrated modelling and performance of built environments"
A copy of presentations given at the workshop can be accessed below.

Amanda Gallagher
 BRE Ireland
Building Performance Evaluation programme
Oliver Kinnane
 TCD The Low Carbon Adaptable Home for the integrated modelling and performance of built environments
Alan Armstrong
 NUI Galway
Environmental life cycle assessment study of Irish residential buildings from an energy and carbon perspective
Harald Berresheim
 NUI Galway
The self-cleansing capacity of our atmosphere -  limitations on local
to global scales
Aonghus McNabola
 TCD The Aspiration Efficiency Reducer (AER) air pollution control device
James McGrath
 NUI Galway
Development of a computational model
to evaluate personal exposure to particulate matter in indoor microenvironments
Donal Finn
 UCD Internal airflow sensitivity in a naturally ventilated atrium subject to variations in external wind conditions
Magdalena Hajdukiewicz
 NUI Galway Numerical modelling of operating naturally ventilated indoor environments
Donal Finn
 UCD Performance analysis of a low approach low temperature direct cooling tower for radiant cooling systems
Derek Sinnott
 WIT Measured airtightness of existing dwellings in Ireland
C. J. Walsh
 Sustainable Design International Ltd.
Sustainable fire engineeringSustainable fire engineering
Joseph Little
 Building Life Consultancy
Managing moisture - the key to healthy internal wall insulation retrofits
of solid walls
Lee Corcoran
 DIT A hygrothermal analysis of international timber frame wall assemblies tested under temperate maritime climatic conditions
Desmond Dolan
 NUI Galway
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) on timber construction products produced
from Irish forests