Training series: Fire protection and climatic outdoor comfort in landscape architecture

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The two-part, digital training block of the bdla Bavaria on March 12 and 19, 2024 is dedicated to the topic of "Fire protection and climatic outdoor comfort in landscape architecture".

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© Daniel Funes Fuentes / Unsplash

Experts explain a range of topics on one date, followed by a discussion.

The participation fee usually includes a one-hour lecture followed by a discussion. For members of the bdla and the VGL it is € 35 per lecture, for non-members € 70. Participation is free of charge for students.

The link to participate in the digital training and information on the conference tool GoTo Meeting will be sent by e-mail a few days before the event.

Thomas Engel, Chair of Timber Construction and Building Design / TU Munich: Façade greening from a fire protection perspective
Tuesday, March 12, 2024, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Green facades are in vogue. The spread of fire along the façade is generally one of the most critical fire scenarios and plants are additional flammable materials. The influence of green façades on the spread of fire along the façade should therefore not be neglected. However, little research is available on this topic.

The FireSafeGreen research project aims to change this. Thomas Engel provides information on the status of the ongoing research project at the Technical University of Munich.

Daniel Kiehlmann, Transsolar KlimaEngineering: Design for Outdoor Comfort
Tuesday, March 19, 2024, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Outdoor comfort can be specifically improved with passive and active strategies that are tailored to the local climatic conditions. This can be assessed using parameters such as the "perceived temperature", which combines all the dominant bioclimatic parameters such as solar radiation, long-wave heat radiation from the surroundings and the sky, air temperature, humidity and wind with the individual level of clothing and activity.

The lecture is dedicated to the question of how the planning of outdoor spaces can be specifically evaluated and optimized to improve outdoor comfort in order to improve the quality of life and density of use.

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Organizer: bdla Bayern in cooperation with VGL Bayern

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