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Proceedings pro128-2 : International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS 2019) Energy Efficient Building Design and Legislation


Title: International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS 2019) Energy Efficient Building Design and Legislation
Edited by: Marina Bagarić, Ivana Banjad Pečur, Hartwig M. Künzel
ISBN: 978-2-35158-217-6
e-ISBN : 978-2-35158-218-3
Pages: 263
Publication date: 2019

The RILEM International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS 2019) was organised by the Faculty of Civil Engineering University of Zagreb as a supporting event of the RILEM Spring Convention in Rovinj, Croatia. These events are held in the year the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Zagreb celebrated its 100-year anniversary of its founding, making 2019 the ideal year to host such an important international event. The purpose of the conference was to bring together scientists, practitioners, members of technical committees and users of technical recommendations, to jointly discuss and envision the future of sustainable development of materials, systems and structures in a holistic, global way.
The SMSS 2019 conference had participants from 50 countries, from Argentina to United States of America, who presented a total of 290 papers. The conference was sponsored by 10 international industrial partners, supported by 6 international organisations of scientists and practitioners and organised under the patronage of 4 governmental bodies. A total of 450 contributions were reviewed by more than 150 prominent reviewers from different fields. The events Organizing Committee consisted of 16 local members and 6 invited international members.
As part of the RILEM SMSS 2019 conference, the Energy Efficient Building Design and
Legislation segment was organized as a separate international segment with the aim to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, research scholars and industry professionals involved in building physics and sustainable construction, giving them the opportunity to exchange and discuss current ideas and knowledge in both the background science and practical applications of advanced materials, systems and methods for design of energy-high performing, healthy and sustainable buildings; as well as current legal framework and policy instruments. All papers submitted for this segment were subjected to a full review process, and the Proceedings contain only those papers that were accepted following this process. The review of manuscripts was undertaken by members of International Scientific Committee. This invaluable assistance, which has greatly enhanced the quality of the Proceedings, is gratefully acknowledged. The spectrum of relevant research topics covered encompasses enhancement of energy performance and indoor comfort in buildings; heat transfer problems; legislation framework and policies for energy efficiency in buildings; Building Information Modelling (BIM) for energy modelling applications; hygrothermal performance of building materials and elements; innovative building envelope systems; materials and systems for energy retrofitting; and sustainability through recycling.
Outstanding papers were nominated by Reviewers for post-conference publication in Special Issue of international Journal of Advances in Building Energy Research. Journal is focused on most important developments across the rapidly expanding fields of energy efficiency and environmental performance of buildings
Finally, the Editors wish to thank the authors for their efforts to produce and deliver papers of high standard. We are certain that these Proceedings will be a valued reference of research topics in this important field and that it will, together with the other volumes from SMSS conference, form a suitable base for discussion and suggestions for future development and research.


Contents


PLENARY KEYNOTE


CA EPBD supporting transition towards NZEB buildings
Author(s): Jens Laustsen
Pages: 01-03

SESSION KEYNOTE


From log houses to Near zero energy buildings
Author(s): David W. Yarbrough, Mark Bomberg, Anna Romanska-Zapala
Pages: 04-13

A path to Near zero energy buildings in the future
Author(s): Anna Romanska-Zapala, Mark Bomberg, David W. Yarbrough
Pages: 14-24

GENERAL PAPER


Parameter estimation for heat conduction in crumb-rubber modi- fied mortar: comparison of different optimisation methods
Author(s): S. Yang, Neven Ukrainczyk, R. Falcone, E. Martinelli, E. A. B.
Pages: 25-33

Selection of suitable materials for the development of an innovative thermochromic Trombe wall
Author(s): Gloria Pérez, Virginia R. Allegro, Maria J. Gavira, Carmen Alonso,
Pages: 34-41

Design and optimisation of a thermochromic Trombe wall
Author(s): Fernando Martín-Consuegra, Carmen Alonso, Gloria Pérez, Ana Guerrero, María Jesús Gavira, Borja Frutos, Ignacio Oteiza
Pages: 42-50

Infrared thermography for dynamic thermal transmittance deter- mination
Author(s): Mergim Gaši, Bojan Milovanović, Sanjin Gumbarević
Pages: 51-58

Optimizing the heat transfer of anchoring components, here: brickwork support brackets
Author(s): Matthias Roik, C. Piesker, M. Stegemann
Pages: 59-66

Window placement as a thermal bridge in a sustainable hemp-lime construction
Author(s): Magdalena Grudzińska, Przemysław Brzyski
Pages: 67-74

Impact of the use of flexible joints to improve the energy of Nearly Zero Energy Buildings
Author(s): Małgorzata Fedorczak-Cisak, Jarosław Górszczyk, Arkadiusz Kwiecień,Bogusław Zając, Tomasz Kozik
Pages: 75-82

Multidimensional hygrothermal analysis of complex building con- structions
Author(s): Balázs Nagy
Pages: 83-90

Effect of adsorption/desorption material hysteresis on the hygro- thermal performance of building structures
Author(s): Rémi Goulet, Anton L. Cottrill, Ali Assy
Pages: 91-101

Ventilated sandwich wall panel from recycled aggregate concrete: hygrothermal characterization
Author(s): Marina Bagarić, Ivana Banjad Pečur, Bojan Milovanović, Suzana Hozmec
Pages: 102-110

Experimental study of thermal performance of house models built with conventional or hybrid wall panels
Author(s): Thanakit Ratanawan, Thanongsak Imjai, Borvorn Israngkura Na
Pages: 111-116

Thermal performance of a full-scale house model with innovative composite walls in tropical climates: A field investigation
Author(s): Vichan Insuwan, Thanakit Ratanawan, Thanongsak Imjai, Reyes Garcia
Pages: 117-123

Energy plus seismic retrofitting of existing EU buildings
Author(s): Mihaela Zamolo
Pages: 124-132

New lightweight textile reinforced concrete and sustainable diato- mite-based insulation material for sandwich panels
Author(s): Isabella G. Colombo, Matteo Colombo, Marco di Prisco, Barbara
Pages: 133-140

Fiber reinforced alkali-activated slag foam concretes containing recycled aggregates produced using Petrit-T: An application of acoustic panels for indoor walls
Author(s): Mohammad Mastali, Paivo Kinnunen, Marjaana Karhu, Zahra Abdol-
Pages: 141-148

BIO-BASED INSULATION MATERIALS: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE RENOVATION OF EUROPEAN BUILDING STOCK
Author(s): Francesco Pittau, Gabriele Lumia, Giuliana Iannaccone, Guillaume
Pages: 150-157

Reuse and recycling of CDW materials and structures in energy efficient prefabricated elements for building refurbishment and construction - RE4
Author(s): Mark Whittaker, Konstantinos Grigoriadis, Marios Soutsos, Wei Sha, A. Klinge, S. Paganoni, M. Casado, L. Brander, M. Scullin, R. Correia, T. Zerbi, G. Staiano, I. Merli, I. Ingrosso, A. Attanasio, A. Largo
Pages: 158-165

Sustainable choices for the residential construction. The impact of sustainable cement
Author(s): Fernando Martirena, Yudiesky Cancio, Sofía Sánchez
Pages: 166-171

Assessment of the recycling potential and environmental impact of building materials using material passports – A case study
Author(s): Meliha Honic, Iva Kovacic, Helmut Rechberger
Pages: 172-179

Variability in concrete water footprint from cradle to gate F
Author(s): Yazmin L. Mack-Vergara, Ana Spiroska, Vanderley M. John, Guil-laume Habert
Pages: 180-187

Experience of implementation of energy performance requirements for buildings in Lithuania
Author(s): R. Bliudzius, Karolis Banionis, A. Levinskyte, V. Geleziunas
Pages: 188-195

Achieving nZEB targets through energy retrofit of educational buildings
Author(s): Ligia M. Moga, Ioan Moga
Pages: 196-203

Breathe, breathe in the healthy air: influence of building design and recent biomedical research directions on indoor air quality
Author(s): Matea Podgornjak, Dorotea Markasović, Zlata Dolaček-Alduk, Terezija Berlančić, Ivan Miškulin, Maja Miškulin
Pages: 204-212

Living in multi-family nZEB buildings – End-users’ perspective on challenges and doubts
Author(s): Marjana Šijanec Zavrl, Marko Jaćimović
Pages: 213-220

Possibilities of using BIM for deep energy renovation analyses
Author(s): Sanjin Gumbarević, Bojan Milovanović, Marina Bagarić, Mergim Gaši
Pages: 221-228

BIM-based workflows for building energy modelling – A variant study
Author(s): Julia Reisinger, Leonard Donkor, Stephan Loncsek, Iva Kovacic
Pages: 229-236

Potentials and limitations of local fiscal policies as instruments for sustainable development in Slovenia
Author(s): Miha Tomšič, Henrik Gjerkeš, Marjana Šijanec Zavrl, Irena Bačlija
Pages: 237-244

EU policy goals and implementation in the building sector: the role of social sciences and humanities
Author(s): Dragomir H. Tzanev
Pages: 245-254

Innovative training schemes for retrofitting to nZEB-levels
Author(s): Bojan Milovanović, Marina Bagarić, Dragomir H. Tzanev, Horia Petran
Pages: 255-262