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2021
Co-founder Kasper Guldager, Home.Earth, Science Manager Pernille Berg, Blox, and Professor Morten Birkved, University of Southern Denmark, discussed the circular economy concept, its opportunities and challenges, and what it takes to accelerate sustainability in construction. (Photo: Maja Skovgaard)
20 SEP

297 presentations of the latest knowledge on sustainable, healthy and sustainable...

At the end of August, DTU gathered 365 researchers and professionals from 45 countries for the International Building Physics Conference 2021 to share knowledge on how...

Life cycle analysis CO2 separation and CO2 storage Climate adaption Construction materials Building design Building construction Indoor climate Energy efficiency Energy systems Solar energy
En række forsøg og erfaringer med at sænke temperaturerne i danske fjernvarmesystemer indgår som en central del af grundlaget for en ny international håndbog om lavtemperaturfjernvarme. Bogens forside viser et foto af fremløbs- og returtemperaturer i Marstal Fjernvarmeværk, som får over halvdelen af sin energi fra et solvarmeanlæg. (Illustration: Maryna Miliushchanka. Foto: Sven Werner).
17 SEP

Low-temperature district heating can save over EUR 14 billion in Europe annually

Researchers at DTU have participated in the preparation of a new international guidebook on how best to lower temperatures in district heating systems. The authors of the...

Energy efficiency Energy production Energy systems Fossil fuels Power stations Solar energy Building design Indoor climate
Pawel Wargocki Associate Professor at DTU is chair of the plenary session: How the COVID-19 pandemic will reshape the built environment. Photo: Peter Aagaard Brixen
24 AUG

Conference focuses on the importance of ventilation for health

The International Buildings Physics Conference, IBPC, brings together researchers for debate on ventilation in buildings after COVID-19.

Construction and mechanics Building construction Building design Construction materials Indoor climate
COBOD International
19 JUL

Full speed ahead for 3D concrete printers

The Danish company COBOD International manufactures 3D concrete printers for a rapidly expanding international market.

Construction materials Building production and management Building design Building construction
ICON
08 JUL

3 questions about 3D concrete printing

Thomas Juul Andersen is team leader at the Concrete Centre at Danish Technological Institute. He has been working with 3D concrete printing for several years and is leading...

Construction materials Building production and management Building design Building construction
Henning Larsen Architects
04 JUL

3D concrete printing offers both opportunities and challenges

For 3D concrete printing to become a reliable construction technology, both the concrete and the printing process must be fully controlled. Danish engineers, architects...

Construction materials Building production and management Building design Building construction
Professor Carsten Rode, DTU Byg, har ledet en undersøgelse af skimmelvækst ved indvendig efterisolering med faste plader. Foto: Jesper Kirkeskov.
23 JUN

All types of internal insulation may cause mould growth

It requires great care to avoid moisture and mould growth in connection with internal insulation of an external wall. A new study from DTU shows that this applies regardless...

Construction materials Building construction Indoor climate
Poul-Erik Siegstad på feltstudietur i faget ’ice mechanics’ på Svalbard, hvor han er på udveksling som en del af sin uddannelse i arktisk byggeri og infrastruktur. Foto: Erlend Blomseth.
04 JUN

Exchange stay attracts Arctic Civil Engineering students

While many students have had to drop their plans for an exchange stay during the coronavirus pandemic, BEng student Poul-Erik Siegstad is on an exchange stay on Svalbard...

$name Ice research Polar research Building design Building construction
Mikal Schlosser
01 JUN

Researchers will print organic structures – with cement-free concrete

Researchers are patenting a new concrete recipe which does away with cement—the main carbon dioxide component in concrete. Instead, they are turning to organic substances...

Construction materials Building production and management Building design Building construction
Thomas Hjort Jensen
29 MAY

Students printing walls

In the spring, DTU’s large 3D concrete printer was used by students participating in a competition to develop innovative solutions for printed houses.

Construction materials Building production and management Building design Building construction

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