Green. Smart. Profitable. – Interested? Advanced Building Skins

Learn more at: 2 October 2017, 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins

Starting with environmental sustainability, Vector Foiltec is the only company who has full EPD certification for their Texlon® ETFE solution, and of course we have LEED credits and UL Cert. Sounds pretty green for a transparent solution? Absolutely. Add to that the longevity and legendary durability of the product and you have quite possibly one of the smartest solutions at hand. And that is exactly what our clients experience in day-to-day operations.
The 12th Conference on Advanced Building Skins is the International platform for architects, engineers, scientists and the building industry.
Date and Location: The Conference will be held at the Congress Center Kursaal in Bern, Switzerland, 2-3 October 2017.

Conference Day 1: Session Block C > C2:
14:00 Membranes for High Performance Building Skins

Chair: Carl Maywald, Vector Foiltec, Germany “ETFE green building factsheets – the product database for LEED, BREEAM and DGNB”

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All topics of session Block C “Membranes for High Performance Building Skins”:

14:00 Membranes for High Performance Building Skins

Chair: Carl Maywald, Vector Foiltec, Germany

Advantages of ETFE in terms of acoustic comfort in atria and large halls
  • Acoustic, visual and thermal properties of Ethylene-Tetra-Fluoro-Ethylene (ETFE) skins
  • Comparing acoustics of foil-based structures with glass roofs

Monika Rychtáriková, KU Leuven, Belgium

ETFE green building factsheets – the product database for LEED, BREEAM and DGNB
  • ETFE cladding system
  • Environmental product declaration
  • Building certification systems

Carl Maywald, Vector Foiltec GmbH, Bremen, Germany

Viscoplastic forming for ETFE cushions
  • Inflating experiment on ETFE cushions
  • Viscoplastic forming method for ETFE cushions
  • Numerical simulation

Minger Wu, Tongji University, Shanghai, China

Collaborative design and engineering of a tensile fabric façade of a stadium
  • Digital workflow
  • Tensile fabric skin
  • Collaborative design and engineering

Steve Lewis, Walter P Moore, Los Angeles, USA

 

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