Building Science 2.3: Understanding and Limiting Thermal Bridging – 18DS




Before taking this class, you should have completed “Building Science Principles and Practice 1: Overview and Introduction to Control Layers” or an earlier version of that class titled “Building Science Principles and Practice for Nonresidential and Highrise Residential Enclosures”.

What is thermal bridging and how much does it matter? In this on-demand program, Dr. John Straube will answer those questions and go beyond them to get to key issues such as: thermal bridging effects of different framing materials, design strategies for wood studs, steel studs, slab edges, and other common thermal bridges; continuous insulation and relevant tables in Title 24 Part 6, Joint Appendix 4; and how to calculate thermal bridging impacts.


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