Collection of papers from the AIVC 2022 Conference published in the IJV Journal
We are happy to inform you that a collection of papers from the AIVC 2022 conference has just been published in the International Journal of Ventilation. This article collection presents a selection of papers from the peer reviewed track of the 42nd AIVC conference - 10th TightVent - 8th venticool conference: "Ventilation Challenges in a Changing World", held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on October 5-6, 2022 addressing issues raised by the conference topics of smart ventilation in relation to indoor air quality and health, building and ductwork airtightness, and ventilative and resilient cooling.
Specific articles include:
- Guest editorial: Ventilation challenges in a changing world - Selected papers from the 42nd AIVC Conference, 5–6 October 2022, Arnold Janssens & Maria Kapsalaki
- Evaluation of thermal resilience to overheating for an educational building in future heatwave scenarios, Abantika Sengupta, Hilde Breesch, Douaa Al Assaad & Marijke Steeman
- Air leakage detection in building façades by combining lock-in thermography with blower excitation, Benedikt Kölsch, Johannes Pernpeintner, Björn Schiricke & Eckhard Lüpfert
- The effect of airflow guiding components on effective ventilation rates in single-sided ventilation applications, Nima Najafi Ziarani, Malcolm Cook & Paul D. O’Sullivan
- The indoor environmental quality and energy savings potential of room ventilation units compared to exhaust-only ventilation systems in France, Vasileios Filis, Kevin Michael Smith, Jakub Kolarik, Frédéric Kuznik & Lucie Merlier
- A preliminary assessment of the health impacts of indoor air contaminants determined using the DALY metric, Giobertti Morantes, Benjamin Jones, Max Sherman & Constanza Molina
- Assessing the “sufficient ventilation” requirement for Austrian buildings: development of a Monte Carlo based spreadsheet calculation to estimate airing intervals and mould risk in window ventilated buildings, Gabriel Rojas, Andreas Greml, Rainer Pfluger & Peter Tappler
- Effectiveness of personalized ventilation in reducing airborne infection risk for long-term care facilities, Marloes M. A. de Haas, Marcel G. L. C. Loomans, Marije te Kulve, Atze C. Boerstra & Helianthe S. M. Kort
- Impact of ventilation type on indoor generated PM and VOC levels for different indoor activities, Kevin Verniers, Frederik Losfeld, Ivan Pollet & Jelle Laverge
Please follow the link here to access the published papers.