In this unit, you will explain the role of ventilation as a part of a passive thermal performance of a timber structure/building. You will also describe climate zones, set the regulated thermal performance in accordance with the standards and design a passive timber structure solutions that are compliant with standards to deliver health and wellbeing to the occupants.
|Unit name||Envelope and Building Performance 2|
|College/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Engineering
|Coordinator||Doctor Mark Dewsbury|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Explain the role of ventilation as a part of the passive thermal performance of a timber structure.
- Design the thermal performance of the timber structure, fabric, and envelope in to maximise occupants' health and wellbeing and building durability in challenging climates
- Optimise the thermal performance of the timber structure, envelope and other components to maximise occupants health and wellbeing and building durability
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PrerequisitesENG733 Envelope and Building Performance 1
|Assessment||Weekly Quizzes (20%)|Assignment - Project (40%)|Assignment - Report (40%)|
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