GBT1a Analytics Thermal Bridge

GBT 1a

Basics of building physics and building technology as compulsory subject in the 3rd semester, Bachelor. Thermal insulation, sound insulation, moisture protection, fire protection and energy systems are on the agenda.

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GBT1b Technical Planning

GBT 1b

After the basics of building physics were dealt with in the 3rd semester, the 4th semester is dedicated to the technical subsystems of the building: Heating, cooling, ventilation, drinking water and waste water.

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GBT2 Students Work Example


In the 5th semester, what is learned in the 3rd and 4th semesters is to be implemented in a small project. An energy/technology concept must be created for your own design.

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Example B2

B2 Integrated Project

With the project B2 in the 4th semester the different requirements, dependencies and cross connections, which influence the planning of a building, are to become clear and possibilities are to be developed. of weighing the different aspects to be taken into account.

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SEM – Adaptive Textile Skin

The aim is to provide students with a sound insight into the subject matter of changing building facades and – in addition to learning scientific working methods – to increase their interest in and interest in the building. to arouse curiosity, to get to know architecturally relevant and visionary facade systems of the future and to help shape them.

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Student Work

IGP2 – Integrated Workflow

The seminar is part of a series of lectures on the interaction between BIM modelling, energetic design and cost-led execution of construction projects. At the beginning the BIM course should take place at CAAD can be used. There they learn how to use the parametric building software Autodesk Revit. In the second step, a small building is designed at the beginning. This is then optimized and reflected by means of energetic evaluation software.

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Facade Detail

NZEB – Nearly Zero Energy Buildings

The participants of the seminar will be introduced to the Nearly Zero Energy Buildings in lectures. Subsequently, built projects will be upgraded to their status as NZEB in group work. was examined. At the end of the seminar, the results will be presented to the other seminar participants in the form of a short presentation. Further output powers: Short Booklet, rough Presentation of the cubature, facade section, building profile.

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