WUFI® Pro hygrothermal (heat & moisture) simulation software – Dublin, Ireland


Thu 15 Sep 2011 – Sat 17 Sep 2011
Dublin, Ireland
Classification: PUBLIC

Building Life Consultancy, in conjunction with the Fraunhofer Institute of Building Physics, will be hosting a 2 day workshops on WUFI® Pro hygrothermal (heat & moisture) simulation software in two locations: The Lighthouse, Glasgow on September 12th & 13th and Isaacs Hotel, Dublin on September 15th & 16th. This workshop will teach attendees to use Fraunhofer’s WUFI® Pro software for simulating heat and moisture transfer through building fabric for the purpose of assessing risk and preventing interstitial condensation. Focus will be on the practical application of the software with emphasis on its use in the UK and Ireland. Topics discussed will include fundamentals of building physics, practical examples with WUFI® Pro, interpretation of results, the market context for WUFI in the UK and Ireland, and a review of completed case studies. Attendees will learn how to input a wall or roof, its orientation and location, and run simulations on different configurations. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to work on their own problem build-ups. The workshop is intended for architects, engineers, insulation suppliers, system manufacturers, builders, and anyone with a focus on interstitial condensation, healthy buildings, conservation and fabric performance. No previous experience with the WUFI® Pro software is required. For the Dublin course, we are offering a discounted ‘early bird’ rate of €425 for bookings made before the 17th August. The full price of €495 will apply after this date. Group discount available (2 or more persons). Sole traders and companies registered in Ireland or Scotland may be able to avail of up to 50% funding. Each of the 2 day courses equates to 13 CPD points. Full details can be found in the ‘training’ section of our website: www.buildinglifeconsultancy.com or by copying & pasting this link: http://josephlittlearchitects.com/blc_training.html .