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Articles in the member area

The following in-depth articles are available exclusively to iPHA members.
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Passive House - Assuring a sustainable energy supply

Building envelope

Airtight construction

Thermal protection works

Windows

Mechanical systems

Ventilation

Heating and DHW

Building a Passive House

Quality assurance

Tools / PHPP

PHPP

Non-residential Passive Houses

Passive House schools

Cafeterias and commercial kitchens

Passive House Retail

Refurbishments with PH components

Passive House refurbishment - Mechanical systems
Basic principles for windows - research on energy efficient modernisation
Airtightness in old buildings
Interior Insulation – basics
Integrating ventilation ducts
Influence of retrofitting on daylighting
Interior insulation
Insulation measures for the external envelope
Prospects for the modernisation of existing buildings using highly efficient components
Overview of inter-dependence of individual energy efficiency measures
Comparison of in-situ measurements and hygrothermal simulations of four different interior insulation systems
Economic feasibility of Passive House retrofits
Step-by-step retrofit to achieve EnerPHit-Standard, the example of a single-family home
Windows in step-by-step retrofits - windows first, then insulation (read also in Spanish)
Windows in step-by-step modernisations – First the thermal insulation, then the windows
Ex post building in Bolzano – Experiences with retrofit and operation (Part 1)
Ex post building in Bolzano – Experiences with retrofit and operation (Part 2)
Summary - Using Passive House technology for retrofitting non-residential buildings
Retrofitting ventilation systems in non-residential buildings
Summary - Using Passive House technology for retrofitting non-residential buildings
Summer situations in refurbished non-residential buildings
Heat losses towards the ground
Possibilities for optimised use of daylight and artificial lighting systems in modernisations of non-residential buildings


Passive Houses in different climates

Examples

Non-residential buildings

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Articles in other languages

Chinese articles

Czech articles

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