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Thermal Comfort -- Connecting physics, people, and performance

Thermal comfort is a science of both physics and people, always a tough combination. And it does not really work to design a high performance wall that ultimately makes occupants uncomfortable. In this webinar, we will work through the principles of thermal comfort and then learn to use web-based tools to design for thermal comfort.

What building physics, building science, design, thermal comfort, high performance buildings, IAQ
When 11-19-18
Where Webinar
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This webinar is the final module in a 4-part series taught by building science expert Peter Yost. The high performance building webinar series builds a comprehensive working definition of high performance for architects and then uses building science principles to integrate all of the essential elements of high performance. It also makes the case for quality of design, specification, and construction of high performance enclosures. When you register for part 4, you will receive links to watch recordings of the first three webinars.

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