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Correct design of healthy and comfortable indoor environments, and of durable and sus¬tainable building envelopes requires reliable assessments of the heat and mass transfer in buil¬dings, building zones and/or building components: ventilation flows, thermal strati¬fication, interior moisture buffering, interstitial condensation, driving rain absorption, etc. Since not all these problems can be solved analytically, numerical mode¬ling is becoming more and more widespread. This course will lead to proficien¬cy in the mathe¬matical and numerical modeling of heat and mass transfer in buildings. As such, the course will give students the ability to reliably create and/or apply numerical models in the hygrother¬mal design of buildings, building zones and /or building components.
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