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Physics of passive house design
December 24, 2014 @ 9:00 am - December 25, 2014 @ 5:00 pmFree
Topic of the workshop
It is essential for building designers, assessors as well as end-users to always bear in mind that fundamental understanding of physics to deliver better buildings. Workshop will provide a working level understanding of the Passive house standards; its embodiment of basic building physics and their application; key issues for clients, designers and contractors.
The Passive House concept was introduced in 1988 by German physicist Wolfgang Feist and Swedish professor Bo Adamson. Feist founded the Passive House Institute in Germany in 1996. Worldwide, there are about 15,000 buildings certified to the Passive House standard. The application of Building Physics to the built environment plays a vital role in striving to improve building performance and close the gap between design and reality. Current regulations require designers, contractors, and builders to deliver energy efficient, low impact buildings that provide healthy and comfortable environments in which to work and live.
Who should attend
Early career researchers, housing associations, developers, architects, architectural technicians, quantity surveyors, contractors and subcontractors.
How much will it cost
Two days workshop will cost £50.00 (Inc. VAT) for delegates from Academia and £70.00 (Inc. VAT) for delegates from Industry. However, no one will be refrained from registration only because of ability to pay the fee.
Time and Venue:
24 and 25 December, 2014. Department of Energy, MANIT Bhopal, India
Limited accommodations are available on first come first serve, on payment basis as per institute rules.
The course will provide a comprehensive insight into the complex relationships and interactions in the field of building physics at introductory level. The course is designed to give participants understand various passive measures required in the design of Passive House. Some of the learning outcomes from the workshop:
- Key design features of Passivhaus
- Understanding of building physics for design of Passive House
- Reflections of strategies for energy and carbon reduction from built environment
- Get familiarised with different tools and techniques for design of Passive House
- Cost implications on Passive House design
- Case study and exercises
Who is attending
Mr. Anand Singh, MANIT Bhopal
Ms. Anamika Rathore, IIT Kanpur
Ms. Vaishali Parmar, IIT Kanpur
Dr. Morapakala Srinivas, BITS Pilani Hyderabad Campus
Dr. Renu Singh, IARI, New Delhi
Dr. Sandip Deshmukh, BITS Pilani Hyderabad Campus
Mr. SV Dixit, HPCL, Bhopal
Ms. Nisha Netam, NIT Raipur
Ms. Antima Sharma, Kota Rajsthan
Dr. Javed Ahmed Naqash. NIT Srinagar
Mr. Naveen Kishore Khambadkone, MANIT Bhopal
Mr. Dilawar Husain, MNNIT Allahabad
Mr. Dheerandra Singh, MNNIT Allahabad
Mr. Prateek Manke, Bhopal, India
Mr. Manzoor Hadi, BVRIT, AP, India
Mr. Sumit Jadhav, IIT Hyderabad