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Building scientists are often stereotyped as enclosure experts – and they are. But the best building science goes beyond the enclosure to take a whole-building perspective on energy efficiency, buildability, and durability. That means thinking about HVAC: buildings should be designed as a system, with interactions between the enclosure and the mechanical system accounted for. This is straightforward when you look at a single snapshot in time with no variability, weather, or humans involved. In the real world, it can get complicated. Join us for a closer look at the building science of HVAC systems and what happens when that science is not well understood or applied. We’ll discuss both commercial and residential buildings, with a focus on cold and mixed climate zones.

Presenter: Aaron Grin

Note: This is a live webcast. If you want to watch online, you are on the right page. If you want to attend in person in Waterloo, Ontario, please go to the local event page.


Earn Continuing Education Credits!

This presentation is approved for 1.5 AIA LU/HSW credits and 1.5 AIBC core units. Certificates may also be used for self-reported continuing education requirements for many other organizations such as OAA and RCI. To receive a certificate or have AIA or AIBC credits submitted, please register and login as an individual (vs. small group).


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  • Live webcasts are time and date specific. If you miss the live event, there will be no refunds. However, a recording of the event will be made available to participants for a limited period. Please see the FAQs for more information.
  • You will receive email instructions to login to the webcast for this event; please ensure that you provide a current email address.
  • Live feed will start a little before the presentation start time of 5:45pm EST and will end at approximately 7:15pm EST.

What are LAB Events?

Learning About Building Science (LAB) Events are monthly training and networking opportunities hosted by Building Science Laboratories. They are interactive, informative, casual events for architects, engineers, and anyone interested in building science.

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RDH Building Science Laboratories

167 Lexington Court, Unit 6
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2J 4R9
Phone: (519) 342.4731

live@buildingsciencelabs.com

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