Ingolstadt - Germany
MKKD Museum für Konkrete Kunst
Historical factory building transformed into a museum
Scientific Planning Support on Building Physics
A historical factory building is to be transformed into a Museum.
For this complex project, where the existing construction is to be adapted for the new building and where the museum requires special indoor conditions, our teams’ focus was the building physics. We supported the architecture team by analyzing and supervising the construction details. Due to the complexity of the project, thermal bridge simulations were used to make sure that no damage through humidity or condensation would occur on the buildings envelope.
Additionally a thermal building simulation was carried on to prove that the requirements for protection against summer overheating (DIN 4108-2) were met.
Realisation 2022, 4.500 m²
Building physics: 2&3D moisture and temperature simulation
Themal simulation for DIN 4108-2
Support the architects on questions about building physics
Scientific planning support during the planning phase:
• thermal bridges simulation for the analysis of condensation and humidity in building construction elements
• dynamic thermal simulation of the building for the analysis of overheating in summer
As part of Ingenieurbüro P. Jung:
Supervising the construction details, analyzing the critical thermal bridges and finding solutions together with the architects
Dynamic thermal simulation of the building and reporting on the requirements of DIN 4108-2
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