Sep 6, 2022

Network Meeting 10/27/2022 – Stability, Joints, Sound Insulation

Zentrum Holzbau Schwarzwald and digitize wood invite to a network meeting between practice and research in timber construction on Thursday, 27.10.2022. The one-day event at the Kurhaus Menzenschwand will focus on the topics of stability, timber connections and sound insulation.

The event will provide insights into the current research status of the Cluster if Excellence IntCDC as well as practical reports from companies in the southern Black Forest region. Building professionals from architecture, engineering, crafts and those interested in timber construction will receive a broad overview of current as well as future topics in timber construction. A guided walk through the forest and time for exchange and networking will round off the knowledge exchange.

Get actively involved in the networking: shape the two-way knowledge transfer on this day and bring your impulses and questions from your everyday research or work!

Please note: The event will be held in German.

Program

9.00 Uhr Empfang und Frühstück

9.30 Uhr Begrüßung, Stefan Kudermann, Geschäftsführer, Zentrum Holzbau Schwarzwald

9.40 Uhr Impuls der Holzbau-Offensive BW, Bernhard Panknin, Referatsleiter – Referat 54 Holzbasierte Ökonomie, Ministerium für Ernährung, Ländlichen Raum und Verbraucherschutz Baden-Württemberg

9.55 Uhr Vorstellung des Zentrum Holzbau Schwarzwald, Stefan Kudermann, Geschäftsführer, Zentrum Holzbau Schwarzwald

10.15 Uhr Holzbauforschung am Excellenzcluster IntCDC der Universität Stuttgart, Moritz Mahlke, Manager Plattform digitize wood, Exzellenzcluster IntCDC

10.45 Uhr Mehr Gebäude aus Holz bauen: Die ressourcenschonende Kombination von Holzrahmenbau und Massivholzbau für mehrgeschossige Gebäude. Herbert Duttlinger, Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter, Holzbau Bruno Kaiser GmbH

11.30 Uhr Stabilitätsnachweis von Holzstützen. Biegeknicknachweis von Stützen nach aktuellem Eurocode 5 und Versuchsaufbauten zum Vergleich von BauBuche mit Brettschichtholz aus Nadelholz. Überarbeitung des Eurocode 5 hinsichtlich der erweiterten Nachweise für Stützen aus Buchen-Furnierschichtholz. Janusch Töpler, wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Institut für Konstruktion und Entwurf (KE) der Universität Stuttgart, Exzellenzcluster IntCDC

12.15 Uhr Mittagessen

13.15 Uhr Begrüßung, Martin Kistler, Landrat, Landkreis Waldshut

13.30 Uhr Der Wald und seine Bäume: Wie sind Wald und Baum aufgebaut, wo liegen ihre Stärken und Schwächen? Florian Zimmermann, Forstrevierleiter, Menzenschwand

Geführter Waldspaziergang. Bitte bringen Sie festes Schuhwerk und warme Kleidung mit.

15.30 Uhr Einfache Holzverbindungen für die Montage, Alexander Leib, Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter, DIE HOLZBAUINGENIEURE

16.15 Uhr Stabdübelverbindungen in Buchen-Furnierschichtholz. Aktuelle Versuchsergebnisse zu Zugversuchen an Stahl-Holz-Stabdübelverbindungen in Buchen-Furnierschichtholz. Ermittlung der Steifigkeit im Versuch und Beispiel zur normativen Berechnung nach Eurocode 5. Lea Buchholz, wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Institut für Konstruktion und Entwurf (KE) der Universität Stuttgart, Exzellenzcluster IntCDC

17.00 Uhr Kaffee

17.15 Uhr Schallschutz von Deckenbauteilen – Erfahrungen aus der Praxis, Markus Rupprecht, Leiter Engineering und F&E, Lignotrend

18.00 Uhr Nachhaltig orientierter Schallschutz im mehrgeschossigen Holzbau. Akustisches Verhalten von Holzgeschossdecken unter Berücksichtigung der ökologischen Qualität und Einblick in die Lösungsansätze vom Exzellenzcluster IntCDC. Theresa Müller, wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin Institut für Akustik und Bauphysik (IABP) der Universität Stuttgart, Exzellenzcluster IntCDC

18.45 Uhr Ausklang, kleines Abendessen

Info und registration

Admission: free of charge

Registration: required

Venue: Kurhaus Menzenschwand, Winterhalterweg 1, 79837 St. Blasien

Language: German

Please note: Please bring sturdy shoes and warm clothing for the guided forest walk.

The event has been submitted to the Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Architects for consideration for recognition for continuing education and training.

We will record and publish the event in audio and video for documentation, reporting and evaluation purposes, including on websites and social media. With your registration you agree to this use.

Arrival by car: Free parking is available at the Kurhaus. We recommend that you carpool, as the free parking spaces may not be sufficient.

Arrival by public transport: From Freiburg, take the S1 line to the Aha train station. A bus shuttle can be arranged there if needed. Please indicate your need when registering. We will then get in touch with you.

Registration

Partner

Cluster of Excellence Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture (IntCDC).
The University of Stuttgart established its new Cluster of Excellence on Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture in 2019. With an initial funding period of seven years, a Cluster of Excellence is the most significant and substantial grant awarded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). For the very first time, a Cluster of Excellence has been awarded to the field of Architecture. It will contribute to establishing an internationally visible research center.


About Zentrum Holzbau Schwarzwald

About Zentrum Holzbau Schwarzwald

As a center for innovation and knowledge transfer, the ZHS will bundle regional competencies in the fields of timber construction, forestry, architecture, design, interior design and promote the exchange between research and practice. The practice will be brought together with research institutions and universities to advance timber construction and thus make an important contribution to CO2 savings. It is also about the question of what the forest will look like in the future in times of climate change and how it can guarantee the supply of raw materials. Contacts have already been made with universities in forestry, construction planning and architecture. Regional initiatives such as Naturpark Südschwarzwald, the Black Forest Biosphere Reserve, Klimapartner Oberrhein and many others have also been actively involved in the development of the ZHS. The Forest Research Institute Freiburg has helped to develop the project from the very beginning.

A separate non-profit limited liability company (GmbH) was founded to support the project. Shareholders are the companies Baur WohnFaszination, GUTEX, Holzbau Bruno Kaiser, Holzwarth, Lignotrend and Rothmund Leimholz, the Berufsförderungswerk der Südbadischen Bauwirtschaft, the Verein Bauwerk Schwarzwald, the Sparkasse St. Blasien, the city of St. Blasien and the district of Waldshut.

The use of wood has a long tradition in the Black Forest. Some of the most innovative companies in the industry have their headquarters in the Waldshut district. The focus of the ZHS is on children, pupils and students with their teachers, but also on all companies, craftsmen and craftswomen who deal with the subject of wood. Especially they shall benefit from the offers of the ZHS. An extensive range of further training courses will take the knowledge "into the field".

Contact: Stefan Kudermann, Managing Director Zentrum Holzbau Schwarzwald

Exzellenzcluster Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture (IntCDC) – Die Zukunft der Architektur und des Bauwesens gestalten durch wirklich integrative computergestützte Planung und Konstruktion.