The website dedicated to the Experimental Houses of Building Energetics (EHBE) of the Energy Technology Laboratory (ETL) offers free download of selected data.
EHBE’s are full scale, fully instrumented twin houses. They have electric baseboards controlled by a line-voltage electronic thermostat in each room, air ducts ready for a central heating/cooling system,
electric radiant floors in the kitchen and the full bathroom and heat recovery ventilator. Each house has nearly 500 measurement points sampled at 15 minute intervals including per room space heating energy,
air temperature, velocity and humidity, sphere temperature, structure embedded temperatures, soil temperature and humidity, comfort metrics and local weather data.
The building energy model of one EHBE and the information required to generate it are also available for download.
Visit us at https://meeb.ca/.
We are pleased to announce that after a very successful and largest ever eSim conference in Ottawa in 2014, the location for eSim 2016 has been confirmed to be Hamilton, Ontario. Together with the IBPSA-Canada board members, McMaster University has agreed to co-organize and host the conference. Visit the eSim 2016 website to create an account and read more.
- Over 75 papers will be presented
- Registration is now open. Early bird registration ends March 31!
Student travel awards to attend Building Simulation 2015 available!
Job announcements available (link in right sidebar)
New grade of membership in IBPSA-World: Supporting Members
Supporting Members and Student Supporting Members are new grades of membership that offer the opportunity to concretely support IBPSA and to receive several benefits: a print subscription to the Journal of Building Performance Simulation, online access to the Journal, and the right to use the IBPSA Supporting Member logo. For 2014, Supporting Membership dues are set at $120/year and Student Supporting Membership is $80/year. Dues may be paid via credit card or PayPal. For more information go to IBPSA’s Membership Management System.
IBPSA-Canada provides funding for Screening tool for New Building Design: http://www.screeningtool.ca/
A new opportunity for a bilingual PhD student at Carleton University: PhD in modelling solar-seasonal storage systems (PDF)
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