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Title: REVIVAL meeting Den Helder

REVIVAL meeting Den Helder 14 May
07 Progress report Work Package 12 Nick
Non-domestic Buildings Part One 1. Passive and
active strategies for low emission refurbishment
(35) 2. Commissioning and POE (5) Part Two
fabric and plant (35) 3. Building
envelope 4. Windows and glazing systems 5. Atria
and double skins 6. Mechanical plant and
controls 7. Integrated renewable energy
systems Part Three Case studies (REVIVAL and
LCBA) (25)
Part One 1. Strategies for low emission
refurbishment. 1.1 The case for low emission
refurbishment energy use in buildings 1.2 Refurb
ishment versus re-build - economics and
environmental impact 1.3 The building, plant, and
occupants as a system 1.4 Implications for change
of use 1.5 Environmental comfort
standards 1.7 Passive environmental
strategies 1.7.1 Natural ventilation 1.7.2 Dayli
ghting 1.8 Prioritizing refurbishment options by
performance modeling 1.9 Integration with
newbuild 4500 words, 17 figures and photos, 3
LT Europe Building sketched over site plan
showing passive zones and obstructions
1 base case 2 Low-e glazing 3 heavyweight 4
boiler 5 openable windows night
ventilation 6 rooflights 7 reduced gains
high efficiency lighting. 8 nat vent through roof
LT Europe Comparison of primary energy
consumption and overheating risk for Nat Vent and
AC options
2. Handover and commissioning 2.1 Fabric
trouble-shooting 2.2 Plant commissioning 2.3 Occup
ant briefing 2.4 Post Occupancy
Evaluation 2.5 Maintenance schedules
Part Two Fabric and plant 3. Building
envelope Floors 3.1 Floor types and insulation
options 3.2 Thermal performance
implications 3.3 Structural and other functional
implications Walls 3.4 Wall types and
insulation options 3.5 Thermal performance
implications 3.6 Weathering performance 3.7 Appear
ance - implications for historic
buildings Roof 3.8 Roof types and insulation
options 3.9 Thermal performance
implications 3.10 Weathering performance 3.11 Addi
tional stories
4. Windows 4.1 Glazing materials optical and
thermal performance 4.2 Framing systems
mechanical and thermal performance 4.3 Sizing and
energy balance 4.4 Shading systems 4.5 High
performance integrated glazing and shading
systems 4.6 Appearance implications for
historic buildings 5. Atria and Double
Skins 5.1 Morphology of atria, covered courts,
galleria 5.2 Thermal implications 5.3 Daylighting
implications Integrated shading 5.4 Ventilation
implications 5.5 Acoustics 5.6 Fire
safety 6. Mechanical plant and
controls 6.1 Heating plant 6.2 Cooling
plant 6.3 Fans and pumps 6.4 Control geography
wired and wireless networks 6.5 BEMS 6.6 Adaptive
7. Renewable energy options 7.1 PV
panels 7.1.1 as cladding 7.1.2 as
shading 7.1.3 as glazing 7.2 Solar
thermal 7.3 Passive solar 7.4 Combined heat and
power 7.5 Ground sources 7.6 Wind Part
Three REVIVAL and LCBA Case studies
Refurbishment CO2 cash flow
Total CO2
CO2 in use
Demolition Newbuild Refurbishment
Embodied CO2
Time (yrs)
5 10 15
Crisis dateline
Newbuild CO2 cash flow optimised conservation
Total CO2
CO2 in use
Green conventonal conservation
Embodied CO2
Time (yrs)
5 10 15
Crisis dateline
Material for Handbook from REVIVAL
projects material source role in
handbook photographs meeting presentations/reports
All parts photographs bespoke by contractor
NB All parts diagrams meetings/reports/contrac
tor All parts diagrams specific by NB Part
1 text meetings/reports (edited) Parts 2 and
3 text by NB Parts 1 and 2 reduced
plans contractor All parts simulation
results reports/contractor Parts 1
3 monitored results reports/contractor Part
3 info on innovative manufacturer/contractor Ap
pendix components One schematic diagram from
each project which summarises passive and active
functioning. Can be in draft since it will be
redrawn in consistent style
Lycee Chevrollier, Angers, Fr. Various shading
designs on old and new parts of building top
left external fixed louvre on trial above
view from behind fixed louvres left fixed
overhang on new wing
Albatross Den Helder NL Conversion of residential
to offices
Secondary applied glazed skin as an alternative
strategy to application of opaque insulation and
high performance glazing
Stevanage City Offices Hybrid ventilation system
using phase change material (virtual thermal
mass) with mechanical night ventilation
Publication proposal for Authors and
Editors Following meeting with Publisher
Earthscan (James and James), form and content of
book agreed and publication proposal
accepted. Also proposed to use examples from the
Carbon Trust project - Low Carbon Buildings
Progress with Technical Monographs Completed
except for final proof corrections