2020 Building Physics Forum recordings
2020 Building Physics Forum recordings
AIRAH is offering recordings of the Building Physics Virtual Forum 2020, which was held as a virtual event on Thursday, September 17. The Forum focused on air movement, thermal performance and the control of moisture across building envelopes.

  • Keynote address: Build tight and ventilate right. It'll be OK. – Max Sherman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  • Mould growth in the Australian built environment – Arianna Brambilla (The University of Sydney)
  • Look up at that roof, is it a kinky European thing? Is it an over-exaggerated American thing? No, it’s above sheathing ventilation! – Jesse Clarke, M.AIRAH (Pro Clima)
  • From STEM to STEAM – the art of building physics – Johanna Trickett (Norman Disney & Young)
  • Hyenath: A hygrothermal simulation extension to Chenath – Tim Law, Affil.AIRAH (Victoria University
  • Condensation risk in flame zone roofs as per AS3959 – Mark Davis (Mark Davis Design)
  • Structural thermal breaks – the primary types, material choices, and do we really need to put them in? – James de Salis, Affil.AIRAH (LAROS Technologies)
  • Simulated performance of continuous ventilation systems in residential buildings in relation to the NCC 2019 condensation management requirements – Joel Seagren, M.AIRAH (Fantech) and Arjun Adhikari, M.AIRAH (Thermal Environmental)
  • Are our homes designed for a modern world? – Samantha Anderson (Inhabit Group)
  • Impacts of negatively pressured buildings – Jeremy Stamkos, M.AIRAH (Eronmor)

More information about the speakers and their presentations is available here.

Following your purchase, details on how to access the recordings will be emailed to you.
Non-member price: 99.00
Member price: 55.00