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Building Materials and Indoor Environment

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Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering (MSSCE 2016) | Conference segment on Building Materials and Indoor Environment

 

Building materials have a significant influence on the indoor environmental quality. Emissions from materials will influence the indoor air quality and the requirements for ventilation. Other indoor environmental parameters like acoustic and lighting conditions are influenced by the surface materials used.

 

This conference segment will serve as a platform for dissemination of state-of the-art knowledge. The event will deal with theory, modelling, or results from experimental investigations with relation to the influence of building materials on the indoor environmental quality.

 

Main topics include:

 

  • Emissions from materials;
  • Indoor climate testing of materials;
  • Test standards;
  • Certification;
  • Dynamic calculations of material emissions;
  • Air Cleaning Materials;
  • Air Cleaning;
  • Phase change materials;
  • Acoustic;
  • Lighting.

 

For further information please visit: http://www.conferencemanager.dk/MSSCE2016/12-building-materials-and-indoor-environment-conf.html

 

In the period 15-29 August a number of doctoral course and conference segments will take place at the Technical University of Denmark under the common umbrella Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering- MSSCE 2016. More information about MSSCE 2016 can be found at: www.conferencemanager.dk/MSSCE2016

Organiser:
DTU Civil Engineering
Contact Name:
Bjarne W Olesen
Contact Email: Source Language:
English