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Mapping of the conditions (components & assemblies)<br />  
Adl-Zarrabi, B., Mukhopadhyaya, P., Johansson, P., Brunner, S., Galliano, R., & Heinemann, U. (2020). Mapping of the conditions (components & assemblies)
 . In B. Adl-Zarrabi & P. Johansson (Eds.), Energy in building and communities programme. Long-term performance of super-insulating-materials in building components & systems. Report of subtask III: practical applications retrofitting at the building scale - field scale (pp. 9-48). sine loco: International Energy Agency.
Vacuum insulation panels
Heinemann, U., Brunner, S., & Kucukpinar, E. (2020). Vacuum insulation panels. In U. Heinemann (Ed.), Energy in building and communities programme. Long-term performance of super-insulating materials in building components and systems. Report of subtask I: state of the art and case studies (pp. 41-102). sine loco: International Energy Agency.
VIPs performance and operating conditions at building scale for service life planning
Lorenzati, A., Capozzoli, A., Batard, A., Sprengard, C., Gudmunsson, K., Perino, M., … Brunner, S. (2020). VIPs performance and operating conditions at building scale for service life planning. In B. Adl-Zarrabi & P. Johansson (Eds.), Energy in building and communities programme. Long-term performance of super-insulating-materials in building components & systems. Report of subtask III: practical applications retrofitting at the building scale - field scale (pp. 49-67). sine loco: International Energy Agency.
Advanced porous materials
Milow, B., Brunner, S., & Foray, G. (2020). Advanced porous materials. In U. Heinemann (Ed.), Energy in building and communities programme. Long-term performance of super-insulating materials in building components and systems. Report of subtask I: state of the art and case studies (pp. 33-40). Würzburg: International Energy Agency.
Reducing the thermal hazard of hydrophobic silica aerogels by using dimethyldichlorosilane as modifier
Wang, Y., Li, Z., Huber, L., Wu, X., Huang, S., Zhang, Y., … Liu, Q. (2020). Reducing the thermal hazard of hydrophobic silica aerogels by using dimethyldichlorosilane as modifier. Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, 93(1), 111-122. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10971-019-05170-5