Conferences 2016

Fluids Conference 7th-9th September: London, UK

The Refresh project recently attended The Inaugural Fluids Conference at Imperial, London, UK, to chair and present the modelling of the Silsoe cube in OpenFoam:

    • Cath Noakes: SILSOE REVISITED: CFD of buildings in OpenFoam: A Full-scale model

Streamlines around the Silsoe array

Wind Engineering Society 5th -7th September: Nottingham, UK

The Refresh project recently attended The Wind Engineering Society Conference 2016 in Nottingham, UK, to present some of the most recent work (links can be found below):

    • Hannah Gough: The effect of urban micro-climate on indoor-outdoor air exchange. Link
    • Christos Halios: Investigation of the impact of urban wind-flow on unsteady wind-driven natural ventilation. Link
    • Marco-Felipe King: The Silsoe Cubes : CFD modelling single sided and cross-ventilation in naturally ventilated buildings in isolation and in an array configuration. Link.

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Indoor Air 3rd-8th July : Ghent, Belgium

The Refresh project recently attended Indoor Air 2016 in Ghent, Belgium, to present some of the most recent work (links can be found below):

    • Hannah Gough: The effect of urban micro-climate on indoor-outdoor air exchange. Link
    • Christos Halios: Investigation of the impact of urban wind-flow on unsteady wind-driven natural ventilation. Link
    • Steve Snow:
    • Marco-Felipe King: Modelling urban airflow using a GPU based lattice-Boltzmann method. Link to poster. The following video shows contours of real-time airlfow around the Silsoe cube coloured by airspeed.

Computer Human Interaction 7th-12th May: San Jose, California, USA

The Refresh project recently attended CHI 2016 in San José, California, USA, to present some of the most recent work on human-computer interaction(links can be found below):

    • Steve Snow:Keep Calm and Carry On: Exploring the Social Determinants of Indoor Environment Quality. Link

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Conferences 2015

Healthy Buildings Europe 18th-20th May 2015: Eindhover, Netherlands

The Refresh project recently attended Healthy Buildings Conference Europe 2016 in Eindhover, Netherlands, to present some of the most recent work (links can be found below):

    • Hannah Gough: The effect of urban micro-climate on indoor-outdoor air exchange. Link
    • Marco-Felipe King: The influence of street canyon design on hospital air quality Link.

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