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ASHRAE Technical Committee 4.4

Building Materials and Building Envelope Performance



Welcome to the Web Site for ASHRAE Technical Committee 4.4. If you would like to become involved with the committee, please attend one of our meetings that take place during the ASHRAE Annual and Summer meetings, or contact the Chair of the Committee. New members are always welcome!

TC 4.4 is concerned with the requirements and overall performance of the building envelope as it relates to: 1) heat, air and moisture related properties of building materials 2) fundamental heat, air and moisture transport processes of assemblies; 3) interactions with interior conditions and HVAC systems. In addition, TC 4.4 is concerned with the properties of materials used in mechanical systems to control heat and moisture flows.


TC Chair:

Peter Adams

Upcoming Meetings:

2016 Winter Meeting
Orlando FL, USA
January 23 - 27, 2016

2016 Annual Meeting
St. Louis MO, USA
June 25 - 29, 2016

2017 Winter Meeting
Las Vegas NV, USA
January 28 February. 1, 2017

2017 Annual Meeting
Long Beach CA, USA
June 24 - 38, 2017

2018 Winter Meeting
Chicago IL, USA
January 20 - 24, 2018


(Check our "Meetings" page for information on past meetings)

Most work for TC 4.4 is done in the subcommittee meetings that precede the main committee meeting. The subcommittee and main committee meetings for the Atlanta Annual meeting have been scheduled for the following times:

* TC 4.4 Research, TBA (agenda)
* TC 4.4 Handbook, TBA
* TC 4.4 Program TBA
* TC 4.4 Standards, TBA
* 1696-PMS, TBA
* TC 4.4 Main committee meeting Monday, January 25th 2016, 2:15-4:15p, TBA (agenda)

The following programs will be presented in Orlando:



If you wish to contact the committee please contact the chair of the TC.

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