Moisture management in buildings.


The BERG condensation model.


Natural ventilation of school buildings

 It was generally recognised that because of occupants' behaviour, natural ventilation rates were usually much lower than the accepted criteria for calculation. A great deal of anecdotal data existed which showed that frequency of opening windows bore a direct relation to external temperature and that the greater the volume the less the frequency of opening. The recent BRE survey also shows that very low ventilation rates, below 4 cubic metres/ person/hr have been found to be acceptable.