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CV PORTFOLIO Jo達o Santos

Index CV HOUSE LABORATORY SCHOOL URBAN PLAN CLINIC HOUSE BUILDING ELDERLY HOME BUILDING MASTER THESIS

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Personal information Name: João Carlos Portugal Santos Address: 2415-729 Leiria (Portugal) Mobile: (+0351) 93 415 89 59 E-mail: joao.portugal.santos@gmail.com Nationality: Portuguese Date of birth: 10 July 1980

Work experience Date: 06/ 2005 → 06/ 2012

Skills and competences

Education and training

Social skills and competences: From my experiences in the Erasmus Program, and the MSc course I had the opportunity of living and working in multicultural environment.

Date: 09/2010 - 09/2012 Title of qualification awarded: Master of Science in Energy for Sustainability Principal subjects: Indoor environmental quality, life cycle analysis, energy management in buildings, innovation and entrepreneurship, energy planning and sustainable development, energy simulation in buildings Name and type of organization: University of Coimbra Level in national or international classification: ISCED 6 ______________________________________________________

Organisational skills and competences: In my work as an architect I have worked in all situations: as an independent, as a team member and as a team leader. Technical skills and competences: Architecture, energy simulation in buildings, sustainable design Computer skills and competences: AutoCAD (2D and 3D) - excellent command ESP-r - excellent command Energy Plus - good command Ecotect Analysis - good command Microsoft Office™ tools (Word™, Excel™) - good command Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator - basic knowledge Google SketchUp - basic knowledge Revit - basic knowledge

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Dates: 09/1998 - 02/2005 Title of qualification awarded: Architecture Degree Principal subjects: History of Architecture, geometry, physical geography, theory of Architecture, digital drawing, building construction, architectural design, buildings physics Name and type of organisation: University of Coimbra Level in national or international classification: ISCED 5 ______________________________________________________ Dates: 09/1998 - 02/2005 Title of qualification: Socrates-Erasmus Program Principal subjects: Infrastructures, theory of design, construction analysis, urban planning Name and type of organisation: Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Universidad del País Vasco Level in national or international classification: ISCED 5

Occupation or position held: Architect Main activities and responsibilities: Architectural survey | model making | proposal´s development | licensing drawings, engineering drawings coordination | construction detail drawings Name and address of employer: Orange arquitectura e gestão de projectos Lda. Rua Moçambique 173 3030-072 Coimbra http://www.orangearchitecture.com Type of business or sector: Architecture and project managing

Languages Mother's tongue: Portuguese Others: Understanding

Listening English Spanish

C2 B2

Proficient User Independent User

Reading C1 B2

Proficient User Independent User

B2 B1

Speaking Spoken interaction Spoken production Independent User Independent User B2 Independent User Basic User A2

Writing

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Independent User Basic User

(*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Driving license Type: B

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Project information Program: House for two families Year: 2012 Location: Coimbra (Portugal) Status: Construction Size: 670 m2 Resume: On the access level is the common garage, and the private area for one of the families, which has its kitchen and living room in the intermediate level. The bottom floor is reserved for the other family. Role: co-author Team: Alexandre Dias, Maria Freitas, Miguel Oliva, Tiago Costa, Elísio Graça

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DETACHED BUILDING TO PERMIT GARAGE VENTILATION

AUTONOMOUS TERRAIN CONTAINING AND SUPERSTRUCTURE

Project information Program: Research facility for biomedical investigation Year: 2011 Location: Coimbra (Portugal) Status: Competition Size: 6200 m2

PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY PRODUCTION

[SOLAR WALL]

CONCENTRATED INFRASTRUCTURES

GOOD INDOOR ENVIRONMENT

Resume: This proposal is the product of maximization of programs, structure and infrastructure. Decompression spaces are not forgotten in this very technical building. Role: co-author Team: Alexandre Dias, Maria Freitas, Miguel Oliva, Tiago Costa, José Ferreira [Orange], Miguel Lima, Luis Carvalho, Márcio Abreu [SALL]

1º Floor 1 FACADE 1 FACADE 'SOLAR 'SOLAR WALL', WALL', TRAPEZOIDAL TRAPEZOIDAL STEEL STEEL SHEET, SHEET, LACQUERED LACQUERED ININ COLOR COLOR 7035 7035 (PERFORATED (PERFORATED DIFFERENTLY DIFFERENTLY ININ WINDOWS) WINDOWS) 2 ZINC 2 ZINC SHEET SHEET 3 [SOLAR WALL] HVAC CONNECTION 3 [SOLAR WALL] HVAC CONNECTION 4 FACADE SUPPORT STRUCTURE 4 FACADE SUPPORT STRUCTURE 5 SUMMER BY-PASS 5 SUMMER BY-PASS 6 HVAC - COURETTE CONNECTION 6 HVAC - COURETTE CONNECTION 7 ZINC 7 ZINC ROOFING ROOFING

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8 THERMAL INSULATION 80MM 8 THERMAL INSULATION 80MM 9 CONCRETE SLABS [SOPLACAS] 9 CONCRETE SLABS [SOPLACAS] WATERPROOF PVC MEMBRANE 1010 WATERPROOF PVC MEMBRANE SLOPE 1% 1111 SLOPE 1% 1212 GYPSUM GYPSUM FIBERBOARD FIBERBOARD SUSPENDED SUSPENDED CEILING CEILING [BIOGUARD [BIOGUARD ACOUSTIC] ACOUSTIC] PLASTER WITH EPOXI PAINT 1313 PLASTER WITH EPOXI PAINT

ZONES

CIRCUITS

1414 VINYL VINYL BASED BASED PAVEMENT PAVEMENT [FADEMAC] [FADEMAC] 1515 ROUNDED ROUNDED MOPBOARD MOPBOARD FOR FOR VINYL VINYL PAVEMENT PAVEMENT

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CONCRETE STRUCTURAL CORE 1616 CONCRETE STRUCTURAL CORE

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PUBLIC

TECHNOLOGICAL PLATFORMS

PROFESSIONALS

PUBLIC

CLEAN CIRCUIT

DIRECTION BOARD

'DIRTY' CIRCUIT

1717 LIGHTWEIGHT LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE CONCRETE MIX MIX 1818 WAFFLE WAFFLE MASSIVE MASSIVE SLAB SLAB WITH WITH RECOVERABLE RECOVERABLE MOULDS MOULDS 1919 EXTERIOR EXTERIOR ALUMINUM ALUMINUM BLINDS BLINDS 2020 ALUMINUM ALUMINUM WINDOW WINDOW FRAME FRAME WITH WITH THERMAL THERMAL BREAK BREAK AND AND DOUBLE DOUBLE GLAZING GLAZING 2121 THERMAL THERMAL INSULATION INSULATION 60MM 60MM

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2222 BRICKWORK BRICKWORK [TERMO-TECNO] [TERMO-TECNO] WATERPROOF MORTAR 2323 WATERPROOF MORTAR

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2424 TECHNICAL TECHNICAL GALLERY GALLERY 2525 ACOUSTIC ACOUSTICBRICKWORK BRICKWORK 14CM 14CM

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SCHOOL

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Project information Program: Mid / High school Year: 2011 Location: Celorico da Beira (Portugal) Status: Construction Size: 9000m2 Resume: Educational facilities including classrooms, cantina, offices, library, studios, cafeteria, gym/theatre, staff accommodation and direction board Role: co-author Team: Alexandre Dias, Maria Freitas, Maria Henriques, Filipe Costa, Joรฃo Lopes, Rui Santos, Joana Bem-Haja, Daniel Oliva, Daniel Gameiro, Rui Felizardo

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Project information Program: Urban planning (residential) Year: 2009 Location: Coimbra (Portugal) Status: Construction Size: 9700 m2 (plots) 3440 m2 (construction) Resume: The terrains are held by two stakeholders and has two different challenges. In the upper level the challenge is to create intimate exterior spaces at the same time maintaining a low profile. In the lower level, height is not a question, but how to create those intimate spaces in front of the buildings. Role: collaborator Team: Alexandre Dias, Maria Freitas, Jo達o Lopes, Joana Alves

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CLINIC

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Project information Program: Cardiology clinic Year: 2009 Location: Condeixa-a-Nova (Portugal) Status: Construction Size: 150 m2 Resume: The challenge in this project was to create two clearly separated zones, one with public access and the other with restricted circulation. This was resolved by placing the service programs in the middle, where the doctors and nurses can control both sides. Role: co-author Team: Jo達o Lopes

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Project information Program: House for two engineers Year: 2008 Location: Coimbra (Portugal) Status: Completed Size: 380 m2 Resume: residential program distributed in 3 floors. The basement held´s an informal living room, the ground floor the social areas and the upper floor the bedrooms.

Role: collaborator Team: Alexandre Dias, Maria Freitas, Nuno Galvão, Carlos Borges, Joana Alves

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Project information Program: Residential building Year: 2006 Location: Coimbra (Portugal) Status: Discontinued Size: 710 m2 Resume: The building has five apartments, one T1 with 100m2 in -1 level, and four T4 with 150m2 in the upper floors. There is a car elevator to serve the garage that occupies the two lower floors. Role: co-author Team: Alexandre Dias, Maria Freitas, Miguel Oliva, Tiago Costa, Elísio Graça

CFD Analysis Air Flow Rate

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Value range: 0.00 - 5.00 m/s (c) ECOTECT v5

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Project information Program: Elderly home for 100 senior citizens Year: 2008 Location: Coimbra (Portugal) Status: Completed ( 1st of 3 phases planed) Size: 5950 m2 (1800 intervened) Resume: Adaptation of a XVI monastery to a retirement home. The project is established in 3 phases. First the kitchen and dinning hall. The second are the dormitories, and third the service patios and auxiliary spaces. Role: co-author Team: Alexandre Dias, Adriana Manco

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Project information Program: 44 apartments, 9 stores Year: 2005 Location: Vila do Conde (Portugal) Status: Construction Size: 10960 m2 Resume: The final design is the result of series of operations made to the allowed volume, in order to meet the maximum construction area. These same operations give fluidity to this otherwise static building. Role: collaborator Team: Alexandre Dias, Maria Freitas, Joรฃo Lopes, Rui Santos

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MASTER THESIS

Project information Title: Sunspace´s Thermal Retrofit Year: 2012

Abstract The present work is focused on a parametric study based on numerical simulation models to support the refurbishment of sunspaces, aiming to improve energy efficiency and thermal comfort. The unregulated proliferation of transformed sunspaces, mainly in the 60´s and 80´s decades, has populated the Portuguese housing with these glazed balconies. Therefore, it is mandatory to assess the contribution of these spaces to the building's thermal balance. The general idea is that the development of detailed models and their upgrades can contribute for more conscious interventions in such till now ignored spaces. In the first phase of the work (INTRODUCTION), an overall perspective of the theme is presented, weighting the different dimensions involved. In the second part (STATE OF THE ART), the most relevant scientific works are reviewed, and an analysis is made about how to better study the possible improvement actions. Next, (METODOLOGIES OF ANALYSIS), the energy simulation programs are presented (ESP-r

Resume: The choice of the theme on thermal rehabilitation of sunspace's is due to the combination of an informal observation of the suburbs with a conscious view of the Portuguese energy scenario. The omnipresence of glass balconies in an aged urban context , raised the question of what could be their role in reducing energy consumption, during a rehab. To optimize the glazed balconies for energy performance, it´s necessary to have a global vision to bring together the different dimensions where the problem is represented. Role: author

Energy Simulation Model Environmental Systems Performance, Research version (ESP-r)

and Energy Plus), and subsequently calibrated. The physical model for the base configuration is constructed, and the most relevant concerns are assessed. Upgrades are applied to the base case in order to solve or mitigate those problems. In the next phase (RESULTS ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION), the levels of thermal comfort and energy consumption of each model are registered. The comparison, discussion and recommendations for the refurbishment of sunspaces are based on these results. In this chapter the air renewal is also assessed. In the final chapter, (CONCLUSION), the conclusions of the study are summarized and commented. The limitations of the used methodologies are pointed out and suggestions are presented for future research. This work is a solid contribution to the knowledge of the sunspaces' thermal behavior and to support their rational refurbishment towards energy efficiency and indoor thermal comfort.

Keywords: Sunspace's Refurbishment; Thermal Dynamic Simulation; Energy efficiency; Thermal Comfort

LE: Low Emissivity glazing

TM: Thermal Mass

DG:

Percentage of hours within comfort band according Annex G_EN15251

Double Glazing

OR: ORiginal

OI: Opaque surfaces Insulation

VB: Venetian Blinds

Energy consumption variation relatively to the base case


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