Ses­sion 4

Ses­si­on 4: Pass­ive House goes China

Thurs­day, 24 Septem­ber 2020, 9:00 am

Time (CEST) Top­ic Speak­er          
9:00 am Wel­come
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Rainer Pfluger | Chair

9:05 am

Chal­len­ges and So­lu­ti­on of Com­plex Non-Re­si­den­ti­al Pas­si­ve Hou­se and NZEB in Chi­na

The com­ple­xi­ty of non-re­si­den­ti­al NZEB be­cau­se of un­u­su­al ar­chi­tec­tu­ral de­sign, new con­struc­ti­on form pres­ents mo­re si­gni­fi­cant chal­len­ges than re­si­den­ti­al buil­dings con­cer­ning in­flu­en­ce of ther­mal-bridge and air­tight­ness. This pa­per in­tro­du­ced two re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ve non-re­si­den­ti­al NZEB in Chi­na to ana­ly­se the­se chal­len­ges and so­lu­ti­ons.

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Peng Mengyue | Center of Science and Technology & Industrialization Development, MOHURD

 

9:20 am

A Fu­ture Blue­print - How Pas­si­ve Hou­se con­struc­ti­on in Chi­na be­co­mes ea­si­er as we speak

A sum­mary based on the com­pleted Tianjin Eco-City Pass­ive House shows how fu­ture de­vel­op­ment in China be­ne­fits from les­sons learned in con­struc­tion, in­creas­ing product avail­ab­il­ity as well as reg­u­lat­ory guidelines and sub­sidies – ac­cel­er­at­ing the plan­ning pro­cess and min­im­iz­ing con­struc­tion cost.

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Yi Zhu 朱毅 | SoftGrid (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

9:35 am

The per­for­man­ce-ba­sed de­sign and ope­ra­tio­nal ana­ly­sis of X88 kin­der­gar­ten

X88 kin­der­gar­ten as Chi­na's first lar­gest pas­si­ve + as­sem­b­ly-ty­pe kin­der­gar­ten, is a gre­at si­gni­fi­can­ce. It al­so has so­me un­ex­pec­ted pro­blems in the ear­ly sta­ge of ope­ra­ti­on. The to­tal cost of X88 pas­si­ve kin­der­gar­ten in No­vem­ber is lower than that of an or­di­na­ry kin­der­gar­ten. X88 kin­der­gar­ten pro­vi­des "the first ope­ra­ti­on of the pas­si­ve kin­der­gar­ten" with gre­at re­fe­rence va­lue for the cau­se of pas­si­ve hou­sing in Chi­na. 

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Haifeng Guo | Beijing Institute of Residential BuildingDesign & Research co.,LTD

09:50 am

Pas­si­ve Hou­se de­sign stra­te­gies and per­for­man­ce: A ca­se stu­dy of Gao­bei­di­an Bahn­stadt 

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Yin Wang | Longfor Group Holdings Limited
10:05 am

Stu­dy on a Pas­si­ve Hou­se nur­sing ho­me with so­lar-dri­ven sys­tem in warm and hu­mid cli­ma­tes

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Sichen Sheng | Passive House Institute
10:20 am Ques­tion and An­swer  

10:50 am

Ana­ly­sis and dis­cus­si­on on the Ger­ma­ny PHI cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on test of en­er­gy re­co­ve­ry ven­ti­la­tors for out­door air hand­ling

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Jiandong Li | China Academy of Building Research (CABR)
11:05 am Re­search and prac­tice of pass­ive ul­tra-low en­ergy build­ings in hot sum­mer and cold winter
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Li Pan | Shanghai Research Institute of Building Sciences Co.,Ltd
11:20 am Prac­ti­ce and thoughts of Shou­kai Tongz­hou af­for­da­ble high-ri­se re­si­den­ti­al pro­ject
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Ruixue Li | Beijing Residential Architecture Design and Research Institute Co., Ltd.
     
This year you will find them­at­ic­ally suit­able poster con­tri­bu­tions in the ON­LINE Pass­ive House Ex­hib­i­tion:  
  Op­ti­mi­za­ti­on dif­fi­cul­ties of PHI cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on in Chi­ne­se pro­ject, Ming Yang | Pre­dic­ti­on of in­door air qua­li­ty in a pas­si­ve re­si­den­ti­al hou­se in Chi­na, Yi­ting Kang | Un­cer­tain­ty ana­ly­sis of air­tight­ness test of pas­si­ve ul­tra-low en­er­gy buil­dings ba­sed on pas­si­ve hou­se, Li Jun-wei  

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