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Case Study: Informing High Performance Design with Integrated Modelling Approaches – Thermal/Energy, CFD, and Daylight tools
Todd Taniguchi from WSP Ng will be presenting a case study for an innovative approach to an aircraft hangar retrofit in Pearl Harbor Hawaii. The key features of the building include a highly energy efficient 100% fresh air buoyancy driven fanless HVAC system and high levels of natural light. The presentation will focus on the tools used and the design changes that they enabled.
Date: 28 November 2012
Venue: NTU (Tutorial Room +2 at North Spine, Block NS4-05-80) Map link: http://maps.ntu.edu.sg/maps#q:Tutorial Room + 2
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Dru Crawley has recently announced via email that the Singapore IBPSA Affiliate has been approved by IBPSA’s Leadership:
The International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA) board recently voted unanimously to approve a new affiliate – IBPSA-Singapore. This brings IBPSA to 27 affiliates in 37 countries worldwide: http://www.ibpsa.org/ with more than 4,700 members.IBPSA is actively recruiting new affiliates. If you know of other countries or regions that might be interested in forming IBPSA affiliates, please let us know.Dru CrawleyIBPSA Regional Affiliate Development
IBPSA Singapore is planning a kickoff meeting and event to be held in late July 2012!
Please drop us a note if interested in organizing.