June 28th 2017
Valid for State License
Effective Thermal Performance of the Building Enclosure - Exterior Walls
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Today, many new buildings must meet the ASHRAE 90.1 requirements for thermal performance. This is a tough objective, since documented proof is required. Effective R-values must be met, not just nominal values, which means that high conductivity materials that cause thermal bridges must be considered in the modelling and calculations. Often, meeting ASHRAEâ€™s challenging prescriptive compliance is not even enough; some designers look to walls to make up for thermal performance shortfalls from other parts of the building enclosure â€“ such as high glazing area percentages. Many of todayâ€™s conventional wall assemblies fall short of even basic compliance, causing larger, thicker, and more costly assemblies than ever before. Learn what current wall assemblies are getting closest to the target performance levels, what the codeâ€“prescribed targets are for your region, and what some innovative companies and designers are doing to solve this issue, both with conventional and proprietary approaches, while saving cost at the same time.
- Credit type: HSW
- AIA# 1 | USGBC# 0920013525
- Presented by: America Training Solutions - Sponsored by Unicel
- Presenter: Michael Bousfield
- Email: MBousfield@cascadiawindows.com
- Phone: (604) 764-5696
*This Agenda is final but is subject to updates, additions and changes.