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The widespread adoption of transient simulation modelling tools by building design professionals to support hygrothermal risk assessment of building design specifications is a crucial component in a multi-pronged drive to reduce moisture risk in buildings. Structured upskilling is essential. Much can be learnt about the ways practitioners use such tools by reviewing the work of professional postgraduate student groups. Such review could inform the creation of a user protocol. Peer-review under the responsibility of the organizing committee of the ICMB21.
Joseph Little, Benat Arregi and Christian Bludau. Lessons from the Classroom – assessing the work of postgraduate students to support better hygrothermal risk assessment. DOI: 10.14293/ICMB210087
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