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  • The Development of Regulatory Compliance Tools for Ventilation and Overheating in Schools | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    the list of presentations CIBSE SDG IBPSA ENGLAND NATURAL VENTILATION GROUP UCL NEW BOOK BY EARTHSCAN A HANDBOOK OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN AND ENGINEERING AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO ENERGY HEALTH AND OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS For more details click here To order this book click here This web site has been supported by UrbanBuzz The UrbanBuzz Building Sustainable Communities is a 2 year 5 million programme that aims to develop

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  • User Comfort Performance Metrics, Interpretation of Modelling Results, Competencies | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    the list of presentations CIBSE SDG IBPSA ENGLAND NATURAL VENTILATION GROUP UCL NEW BOOK BY EARTHSCAN A HANDBOOK OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN AND ENGINEERING AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO ENERGY HEALTH AND OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS For more details click here To order this book click here This web site has been supported by UrbanBuzz The UrbanBuzz Building Sustainable Communities is a 2 year 5 million programme that aims to develop

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  • Natural Ventilation Strategies Modelled within Schools | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    presentations CIBSE SDG IBPSA ENGLAND NATURAL VENTILATION GROUP UCL NEW BOOK BY EARTHSCAN A HANDBOOK OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN AND ENGINEERING AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO ENERGY HEALTH AND OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS For more details click here To order this book click here This web site has been supported by UrbanBuzz The UrbanBuzz Building Sustainable Communities is a 2 year 5 million programme that aims to develop new ways of

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  • Energy Efficient Refurbishment of Victorian Dwellings | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    energy efficient refurbishment measures which is expected to lead to an 80 drop in the house s carbon emissions The researchers were funded by UrbanBuzz a UCL led sustainable communities programme of knowledge exchange The carbon saving EcoHome is an experiment led by Camden Council and UCL to cut emissions from a house built in 1850 by up to four fifths Professor Lowe was involved in teaching construction workers how to make 17 St Augustine s Road as airtight as possible Dr Ridley designed and installed a monitoring system to measure the heat and electricity used by the house and humidity sensors to check the air quality in the home Improvements to the house included floor wall and roof insulation solar UV panels solar hot water heat recovery ventilation and double glazed windows The house is one of only three ecohomes being monitored for energy performance in the UK Professor Tadj Oreszczyn Head of the UCL Bartlett School of Graduate Studies and Director of Environmental Design Engineering said The house is in a conservation area and has been refurbished to reduce carbon emissions by 80 making it significantly better than most new houses built today The predicted energy costs should be around 5 a week which for a six bedroom Victorian house three times the size of a typical UK house is astonishingly low UCL has recently tested the house and during a typical winter day the house should only require around 3 5kW of heat input compared with most modern domestic boilers rated at 12 24kW Occupants will move in before Christmas and the energy performance will be monitored over a year It is hoped that this project will lead on to further low carbon collaborations between UCL and Camden Council Presentation Details Video Height 600px Video Width 800px

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  • Delivering Zero Carbon Schools in PFI Environment | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    a sustainable dimension in primary health care This work led to further involvement with the Sustainable Development Commission and the NHS Alliance Gordon was among the first BREEAM for schools assessors in the UK and has provide advice on a number of PFI schools projects Gordon was principal author and lead researcher for the Scottish Executive funded project Optimising the Internal Environment this schools design guide was published in March 2007 Current projects include sustainability design guidance for the Home Office and the development of an environmental assessment tool for the Abu Dhabi environmental agency Gordon is chief examiner for the Engineering Council examination for internal environmental design visiting research fellow at Northumbria University and building services external examiner at the University of the West of England Presentation Details Video Height 600px Video Width 800px Video Length 00 17 23 back to the list of presentations CIBSE SDG IBPSA ENGLAND NATURAL VENTILATION GROUP UCL NEW BOOK BY EARTHSCAN A HANDBOOK OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN AND ENGINEERING AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO ENERGY HEALTH AND OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS For more details click here To order this book click here This web site has been supported by UrbanBuzz The UrbanBuzz Building Sustainable

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  • Defining Intelligent School Buildings | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    also in Chinese Professor Clements Croome is Vice President of the Chartered Institution of Building Service Engineers As a member of EPSRC College he has sat on various EPSRC and ESRC research panels Presentation Details Video Height 600px Video Width 800px Video Length 00 28 11 back to the list of presentations CIBSE SDG IBPSA ENGLAND NATURAL VENTILATION GROUP UCL NEW BOOK BY EARTHSCAN A HANDBOOK OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN

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  • Presentations | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    he joined in 1979 Previously he had worked for Jim Stirling and taught at the Bartlett and PNL He was a Vice President of the RIBA 1992 1994 Chairman of CIC 1998 2000 and a founder member of the Movement for Innovation Board 1998 2001 he continues to A Roadmap to Zero Carbon Schools The Way Forward John Palmer is Director of Research at Faber Maunsell On behalf of the Department for Children School and Families DCSF he has been responsible for the development and revision of school guidance documents BB 101 and BB 87 and tools ClassCool and ClassVent that provide compliance routes for school buildings for Parts L and Designing Low Carbon School Buildings Ian is a Studio Leader in our London office He joined Feilden Clegg Bradley in July 2001 and became a Partner in January 2003 Ian previously worked at Arup Associates before becoming an Associate Director at Bennetts Associates where his work on the Wessex Water Operations Centre the Richard Attenborough Centre at Leicester University Jubilee CIBSE School Design Group Aims and Objectives Exploring Potential Technologies Acquiring Competencies to Procure Zero Carbon Schools Building energy and carbon performance Closing the credibility gap Bill Bordass gives

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  • Presentations | Low Carbon Buildings Directory
    the Open University Energy Research Group Design Approaches for Non Domestic Low Carbon Buildings UK and International Perspective Matthew started his career in 1986 as a mechanical design engineer working with a number of leading consulting engineers In 1988 he attained a Bachelor of Engineering Hons in Environmental Engineering at London South Bank University and subsequently became a Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council He then went on to Development of New Summer Design Years for London Jake Hacker has broad interests in fluid dynamics heat and mass transfer and environmental processes He trained as an applied mathematician and spent the early part of his career in academic research carrying out theoretical numerical and laboratory studies in environmental fluid dynamics He joined ARUP Research and Development Future Development of Parts L Energy and F Ventilation of Building Regulations A Personal View Robert Lowe is Professor of Energy and Building Science at the Bartlett University College London UCL He is a physicist with a broad interest in the field of buildings energy and sustainability After studying Natural Sciences at Cambridge from 1974 77 he joined the Open University Energy Research Group Sustainable Cities Options for Responding to Climate Change Impacts and Outcomes SCORCHIO Professor Steve Sharples graduated with a First in Physics from the University of Nottingham and completed a PhD in wind induced cooling of buildings at the University of Sheffield where he eventually became Reader in Architectural Science He took up the Chair of Environmental Design at Sheffield Hallam University Development of a Local Urban Climate Model and its Application to the Intelligent Development of Cities LUCID Professor Mike Davies is Professor of Building Physics and Environment at the Bartlett University College London UCL He is also a member of Complex Built Environment Systems CBES research group Professor Davies

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