Leeds Beckett University Building Services Engineering students would like to invite you to attend their annual research conference, to be held at the University on Thursday 15th December 2016.
Each student will be presenting a research paper, on a topic of their own choosing, in part fulfilment of their final year degree award.
Topics this year include: LED lighting applications, heat pumps, daylight analysis, natural ventilation & air quality, PV solar applications and building control strategies.
The event will comprise 10 minute student presentations, followed by Q & A sessions, and is expected to last for no more than 3 hours. You are cordially invited to join our students for liquid refreshments immediately following their presentations!
If you wish to attend this event please contact Alan J Newall for details of the conference programme – email@example.com
Leeds Beckett University, Broadcasting Place, Leeds LS2 9EN
18 November 2016
13:15 – 17:00
Join us for a new half-day seminar which presents an overview of the underlying principles of thermal bridging.
Trainer Matthew Brooke-Peat of architectural technology practice Studio A Consulting Limited will identify different types of thermal bridge and illustrate the effect on building performance, as well as explaining and presenting:
- the requirements of Building Regulations Part L that relate to thermal bridging
- an overview of the contrasting approach to the treatment of thermal bridging under Passivhaus
- the use of detail patterns from catalogues of standard solutions
The seminar will introduce thermal modelling of bespoke construction details and offer guidance on how to read and effectively utilise thermal bridging calculations to improve detailing.
Following on from Matthew, a break out session from Tom Dollard of Pollard Thomas Edwards will ask delegates to sketch over a number of part L accredited details, and improve the details for thermal performance. Best practice guidance will be examined.
To finish up, Tom will present the Zero Carbon Hub Builders Book, and pick out key details and issues relevant for delivering thermal performance.
Both trainers are keen to answer queries you may have, with two Q&A sessions forming part of this seminar.
Costs: Green Register members £65 / Non-members £99
For more details and to book visit: http://www.greenregister.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=310