HAMSTAD project

HAMSTAD PROJECT - Heat, Air and Moisture STAndards Development

 

HAMSTAD project (2000-2002) was an EU fininced project whose aim was to propose a better HAM-modeling methodology than the traditional Glaser method. The project consisted of two parts: Work package 1 (WP1), which focused on standards and methodologies for determination of moisture transfer coefficients and moisture properties of building materials, and Work package 2 (WP2), which dealt with HAM modeling methodologies and assessment methods for the development and evaluation of one-dimensional transient softwares for hygrothermal simulations. Reports of WP2 can be downloaded here:

reference HAM-modeling document >>

five benchmarks with results and quality assessment methods >>

 

complementary files for benchmark 1 >>

complementary files for benchmark 4 >>

 

 

 

Participants in the HAMSTAD project

• TNO Building and Construction Research, The Netherlands (coordinator)

• Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, contributions in WP1, WP2, coordinator of WP1

• Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, WP2, coordinator of WP2

• University of Technology Dresden, Germany, WP1, WP2

• University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, WP1

• Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, WP2

• Czech Technical University, Czech Republic, WP1

• Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, WP2

• National Research Council of Canada, WP2