Favorite On-line Training Webinars

The present situation (Spring 2020) that the Corona-virus has created, concerning travelling and accommodation, has made the DYNASTEE board to decide that it will support on-line training. It will do so by organising a series of webinars during September (on a fixed day per week 10-12 h). Each webinar will be composed of two lectures and introduce an exercise using benchmark data that will be made available to the participants for training.

Find the proposed program here for the On-line Training for Dynamic Calculation Methods for Building Energy Performance Assessment.

How to register for the on-line training webinars? Further information about registration, the webinar schedule, lecturers and contents will be announced soon on the DYNASTEE web-site www.dynastee.info There will be no fee to attend the webinars.

The Summer School organisers have decided to move the traditional weeklong Summer School, scheduled in September 2020 in Almeria, to June 2021.

 

Favorite DYNASTEE newsletter issue 2020/16 now available

The sixteenth issue of the DYNASTEE newsletter is now available for download.

Contents include:

  • Foreword
  • DYNASTEE Management Board
  • Postponement of DYNASTEE Summer school 2020
  • DYNASTEE Online Training
  • Online Summer School at DTU
  • 2nd European SimStadt Workshop at Saxion UAS
  • Model Predictive Control applied to thermostatic controlled systems
  • New dates for NSB 2020
  • About DYNASTEE

Webinar Presentations: How to determine the real performances of buildings?

Building characterisation by co-heating

A common method to evaluate the thermal performance of a building in situ is the co-heating test. This webinar tries to crystallise the current knowledge on the co-heating test, as applied for assessing the thermal characteristics of the building envelope.

The webinar was organised in the framework of the IEA Annex 58 ‘Reliable building energy performance characterisation based on full scale dynamic measurements’ through the DYNASTEE platform (www.dynastee.info) which is facilitated by INIVE (www.inive.org).

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Webinar 6 February 2014: How to determine the real performances of buildings?

Building characterisation by co-heating

A common method to evaluate the thermal performance of a building in situ is the co-heating test. This webinar tries to crystallise the current knowledge on the co-heating test, as applied for assessing the thermal characteristics of the building envelope.

The webinar was organised in the framework of the IEA Annex 58 ‘Reliable building energy performance characterisation based on full scale dynamic measurements’ through the DYNASTEE platform (www.dynastee.info) which is facilitated by INIVE (www.inive.org).

DYNASTEE Webinar 20140206 Brochure