the annoucement & call for papers (pdf 111 kB)
Ventilation in relation
to the energy performance of buildings
With as topics
Treatment of ventilation aspects in standards and regulations
Handling of ventilation in energy performance regulations
Airtightness of buildings and ducts
Energy for transport of air
Innovative ventilation systems and energy performance regulations
Impact of regulations on ventilation market
Good indoor climate and energy performance
Ventilation in the context of energy certification of buildings
Commissioning and inspection of ventilation systems
Ventilation related challenges for the existing building
Ventilation in very low energy buildings
Ventilation aspects in warm and cold climates
Economics of indoor climate
'Whole building heat, air and moisture transfer' with as
Coupling, in terms of heat, air and moisture flows, between
building and building fabric, consequences for energy consumption
Combined effect of ventilation and hygric inertia on indoor
climate and energy consumption.
Call for papers
Full oral presentations or short oral presentations with poster
are welcome on the conference topics. Interesting papers on other
ventilation related issues can also be submitted.
Interested contributors are kindly asked to submit their abstracts
electronically by 15 March 2005 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructions for abstract submission are available here
(pdf 36 kB).
Venue and conference organisation
AIVC Conference 2005 will be held at the Hotel President WTC in
Most of the conference will consist of 2 parallel sessions whereby
1 session will be more practice oriented and the other session more
focused on research topics.
English will be the official language.
AIVC – c/o INIVE eeig
BE-1932 Sint-Stevens-Woluwe - Belgium
Tel : +32.2.655.77.11
E-mail : email@example.com
Contact: Stéphane Degauquier