GGA: is the acronym of the Global Green Architecture
GGA project aims to canvas and review the worldwide Green Design Trends, Codes and Practices. It compiles a deep understanding of the motives and the evolution process of the up-to-date global knowledge concerning and relating directly or indirectly to the green architectural activities.
GGA is a monthly meeting that brings together, professional architects and environmental design specialists, together with researcher and academians in one table to share, complement and insight each other on the intriguing topics of environmental and green architecture. The key participants are architects, engineers, and researchers from Nihon Sekkei, YKK AP.
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The meeting on September the 26th had involved many diverse topics. We started by sending our congrats to the graduates, to the successful candidates who managed to pass the entrance exams and finally to the newcomers. We then had s bris self-introduction to the two new students, where they have shown us some of their undergrad projects and their interests in general. After this, our recent doctoral graduate, Dr. Kim has reviewed one of his published papers which was part of his thesis. The paper discussed the implementation of the shape-stabilized PCM (SSPCM) across all the Japanese climate zones. in essence, the paper showed that incorporating the SSPCM will reduce the heating and cooling energy costs by maintaining much stable indoor temperatures, and it showed that the best application is to distribute the PCM sheets all over the internal surfaces rather than having it only on the floors. A subsequent presentation illustrated the development in the Japanese standard house model development. And lastly, the final presentation comprised a selected articles from the IBPSA conference that was held in San Francisco, August 2017. The selected articles mainly addressed the topics of the Early design stage design, advancements in the CFD real-time models and daylight-energy simulation coupling and optimization.
Opening ————————————————————— 5 min
– Welcome and Self-Introduction of newcomers,
1- Ms. Yanmeng Chen 5 min
2- Ms. Ji Siyu 5 min
Mr. Kumo EnergyPlus use in the MAU (Musashino Art Uni) Project 30 min
Dr. Kim Paper review about the Application of shape-stabilized PCM 30 min
Mr. WANG J. + Dr.Yasin Japanese Standard House Model report 10 min
Mr. Kumo + Dr.Yasin IBPSA conference – selected topics 45 min
Closing ————————————————————— 5 min
meeting on the 28-June 2017 was structured to cover two cities under the CEA topic, i.e. Climate, Energy & Architecture interrelations and their cross implications on the green design practice in the specified region. Moreover, in our meeting, we send congrats to Arch. FRANK la Rivier for the reward on the international “A’-Award” competition. Mr. Frank elaborated the competition process and shared his winning design strong points and the means of presenting them that enabled him winning the trophy. Lastly, Ms. Por, a Mae-lab Ph.D. student, has reported the progress of the GGA project, “Th Musashino Art University” stack effect and cross ventilation evaluation project. in summary, the meeting agenda was as the following;