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Ventilation in houses with distributed heating systems.

The LTEE laboratory of Hydro-Quebec, in collaboration with Canada Mortgage and Housing conducted an indoor air quality study involving 30 single family detached houses heated with electric baseboard heaters in the vicinity of Trois Rivières during the 1993-94 heating season. The houses were selected according to the measured air leakage at 50 Pa, so as to have a sample distribution similar to the distribution of air leakage of houses in the province of Quebec.

Comparison of different methods of incorporation of stochastic factors into deterministic models of indoor air quality.

The paper will discuss problems connected with incorporation of stochastic factors into deterministic models of indoor air quality. Three different methods: a quasi dynamic multi-zone modelling with generating of input data time series, multi-zone modelling based on the theory of stochastic differential equations, Monte-Carlo simulation with independent random generating of stochastic parameters, will be shortly presented. Described methods are compared on the base of computer simulation of CO2 concentration in simple two compartment office.

Checking of ventilation rates by CO2 monitoring.

The present paper presents results from measurements of outdoor airflow rates and air change rates carried out simultaneously with measurements of the indoor concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2 ) . The measurements were made both under controlled laboratory conditions and in the field. The field experiments were performed in a conference room, an assembly hall and an office room, and the laboratory investigation was carried out in a 19 m³ test chamber.

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