Yutaka Goto

Researcher at Building Technology
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Showing 22 publications

2021

Trend of timber constructions in Europe

Yutaka Goto
Kenchiku Gijutsu. Vol. 853, p. 76-81
Magazine article
2021

Design for adaption - making timber buildings ready for circular use and extended service life

Robert Jockwer, Yutaka Goto
Proceedings of the World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE 2021)
Paper in proceeding
2021

Investigations on the Sustainable Resource Use of Swiss Timber

Claude Leyder, Michael Klippel, Olin Bartlomé et al
Sustainability. Vol. 13 (3)
Journal article
2020

Design for adaption - Making timber buildings ready for circular use and extended service life

Robert Jockwer, Yutaka Goto, E. Scharn et al
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Vol. 588 (5)
Paper in proceeding
2020

Recent development of the timber construction sector in Europe

Yutaka Goto, Robert Jockwer
Proceeding of Timber Engineering Forum 2020
Paper in proceeding
2020

Numerical and real-life assessment of the moisture safety of CLT structure with PIR insulation composite under the Swedish climate

Yutaka Goto, Holger Wallbaum, Johan Olofsson et al
E3S Web of Conferences. Vol. 172
Paper in proceeding
2017

CLT Constructions and Sustainability - Case Study in Sweden

Yutaka Goto
SHINKENCHIKU. Vol. 92 (9), p. 31-32
Magazine article
2016

Hygrothermal performance of a vapor-open envelope for subtropical climate, field test and model validation

Yutaka Goto, Karim Ghazi Wakili, York Ostermeyer et al
Building and Environment. Vol. 110, p. 55-64
Journal article
2016

Factors for Eco-Efficiency Improvement of Thermal Insulation Materials

Jun Kono, Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer et al
Key Engineering Materials. Vol. 678, p. 1-13
Journal article
2016

Hygrothermal Design of a Prefabricated Wooden Facade Module for School Building Renovation in Sweden

Yutaka Goto, Shea Hagy, Holger Wallbaum
World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE 2016), August 22-25, Vienna (Austria)
Paper in proceeding
2015

Indoor Comfort Evaluation of a Sustainable Wooden House with a Novel Vapor-open Envelope System in Subtropical Climate

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum
CISBAT 2015 International Conference "Future Buildings and Districts - Sustainability from Nano to Urban Scale", Lausanne, Switzerland, September 9-11, 2015
Paper in proceeding
2015

Utilization of Multi-Criteria Assessment on Building Thermal Insulation Materials

Jun Kono, Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer et al
The 5th International Conference on Green and Sustainable Innovation (ICGSI 2015) Towards Green Growth and Green Competitiveness", p. O-65
Other conference contribution
2014

Transfer of energy efficient building concepts to subtropical climate– The first MINERGIE P® based building in Japan

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum
10th Nordic Symposium on Building Physics, 15-19 June 2014, Lund
Paper in proceeding
2014

Applicability of a vapor-open wooden building envelope for subtropical regions in global context

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Holger Wallbaum
World SB14, 28-30 Oct 2014, Barcelona
Paper in proceeding
2014

Sustainable wooden envelope for subtropical regions - The realization and validation in Japan

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Karim Ghazi Wakili et al
World Conference on Timber Engineering 2014, 10-14 August 2014, Quebec City
Paper in proceeding
2012

Heat and moisture balance simulation of a building with vapor-open envelope system for subtropical regions

Yutaka Goto, Karim Ghazi Wakili, Thomas Frank et al
Building Simulation. Vol. 5 (4), p. 301-314
Journal article
2012

Economic, ecological and thermo-hygric optimization of a vapor-open envelope for subtropical climates

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Karim Ghazi Whakili et al
Energy and Buildings. Vol. 55 (December 2012), p. 799-809
Journal article
2012

Economic, ecological and building physical optimization of a wooden building envelope for subtropical regionas

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Edwin Escamilla Zea et al
World Conference on Timber Engineering 2012, 15-19 July 2012, Auckland
Paper in proceeding
2011

Study on heat and moisture balance of a sustainable building envelope for subtropical regions

Yutaka Goto, Thomas Frank, Karim Ghazi Wakili et al
CISBAT 2011 "CleanTech for Sustainable Buildings – From Nano to Urban Scale", 14-16 September 2011, Lausanne
Paper in proceeding
2011

Preliminary investigation of a vapor-open envelope tailored for subtropical climate

Yutaka Goto, Karim Ghazi Wakili, York Ostermeyer et al
Building and Environment. Vol. 46 (3), p. 719-728
Journal article
2010

Sustainable Buildings based on international know-how exchange and adaptation – technological approaches on building physical problems of building envelopes in terms of climate difference

Yutaka Goto, York Ostermeyer, Karim Ghazi Wakili et al
Annual meeting of Alliance of Global Sustainability, 17-19 March 2010, Tokyo
Conference poster

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Showing 3 research projects

2021–2024

Ny träpanel för effektiv och hälsosam byggd miljö

Yutaka Goto Building Technology
Robert Jockwer Structural Engineering
Alexander Hollberg Building Technology
Formas

2018–2020

Sustainable MAterial-Resource & Technology Application of Wood (SMARTA Wood)

Yutaka Goto Building Technology
Shea Hagy Building Technology
Climate-KIC

2014–2018

Next generation building envelope systems (NextGBES)

Angela Sasic Kalagasidis Building Technology
Yutaka Goto Building Technology
Helen Jansson Building Technology
Shea Hagy Building Technology
Pär Johansson Building Technology
Climate-KIC

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