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PHI Credit Points: 16 - ID: V159-2018-CA
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Wednesday, November 7 • 9:50am - 10:50am
Healthy & Comfortable - Part A

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Elimination of Interior Overheating of Multi Unit Residential Buildings using Passive Cooling Measures
Michal Bartko, National Research Council Canada
In Ontario, the number of days with summer outdoor air temperature above 30°C is rising. Also, the values of maximum daily temperatures are increasing. As a result, overheating of interiors in MURBs and room temperatures elevating above the thermal comfort levels is becoming a significant concern.

At the NRC, long-term hygrothermal behaviour of a couple of diffusely open assemblies with Passive House levels R-values was evaluated using the Field Test facility. Also energy models are being developed to evaluate thermal comfort and measures effective to eliminate the interior overheating problem in residential buildings, such as high R-value envelopes, shading, natural ventilation and occupant behaviour.

Modulating Ventilation Airflow to Meet the Needs of Passive House Designs
Hugh Crowther, Swegon
One of the 5 pillars of Passive House design is dedicated ventilation air through an ERV.  Being able to modulate the airflow to the different zones serviced by the ERV offers both opportunities and challenges to enhance the Passive House design.  This presentation will focus on variable ventilation airflow.


Speakers
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Michal Bartko

Research Officer, National Research Council Canada
Dr. Bartko is a Research Officer at Construction Research Center of the National Research Council Canada with more than 15 years of research experience.Since he joined the NRC in 2014, he leads and conducts research related to energy efficiency of building envelope assemblies, their... Read More →
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Hugh Crowther

Vice President, Engineering, Swegon
Hugh Crowther is Vice President of Engineering for Swegon North America. Hugh has over 25 years' experience in the application, design and commissioning of applied HVAC systems and is an expert on large HVAC system design, high performance buildings and sustainable buildings. He has... Read More →



Wednesday November 7, 2018 9:50am - 10:50am
East Building, Vancouver Convention Centre, Meeting Room 11/12 Suite 200-999 Canada Place, Vancouver BC, V6C 3C1