Bibliographic info:
9th AIVC Conference "Effective ventilation" Gent, Belgium, 12-15 September 1988

Twenty three papers from the ninth AIVC Conference, titles as follows: Keynote speech: Air Infiltration and Ventilation; Natural airflows between roof, subfloor and living spaces; Experimental analysis of air diffusion in large space; Determination of ventilation efficiency based upon short term tests; Ventilation strategies in the case of polluted outdoor air situations; Ventilation generated by a fluctuating pressure differential; Air motion in the vicinity of air-supply devices· for displacement ventilation; integral mass mass balances and pulse injection tracer-techniques; Commercial building ventilation measurements using multiple tracer gases; Constant concentration measurement with 2 tracers; Extended testing of a multifamily building using constant concentration and PFT methods; Analysis of errors for a fan-pressurization technique for measuring inter-zonal air leakage; The use of a guarded zone pressurization technique to measure air flow permeabilities of a multi-zone building; Air leakage between apartments; Air infiltration induced by heating appliances; Indoor formaldehyde levels in energy-efficient homes with mechanical ventilation systems; Recirculation of air in dwellings; Effective ventilation in offices - the occupant's perspective; A ventilation concept for future dwelling-houses; Natural ventilation for a Crown court developing statistical assessment techniques at the design stage; Market analysis of sensors for the use in demand controlled ventilating systems; Ventilation design for a bus stalion; Ventilation and air quality in Belgian buildings: a state of the art.

Twenty one posters from the ninth AIVC Conference, titles as follows: “The large area quantitative visualization method of air streams”; “Displacement ventilation by different types of diffusers”; “A comparison of upward and downward air distribution systems”; “Air heating systems in airtight multifamily residential buildings”; ”Further studies of passive ventilation systems assessment of design and performance criteria”; “Zone to zone tracer gas measurements: laboratory calibration and values of air flows up and down stairs in houses”;“ Development of an efficient control algorithm for a multizone constant concentration tracer gas air infiltration measurement system”; “A study of the ventilation characteristics of a suspended floor”; “Numerical simulation of indoor turbulent air flows caused by cross-ventilation and its model experiments”; “Multi-zone contaminant dispersal analysis using an element assembly approach”;” A numerical study of buoyancy-driven flows of mass and energy in a stairwell”; ”A simplified approach of air infiltration in multizone buildings”; “Analysis of the influence of topography on the exposure of buildings”; “The influence of a controlled natural ventilation on the indoor radon decay products concentration: a case study”; ”IEA Annex XIV: Energy and Condensation”; “Examinations about the air humidity in lived dwellings depending on different air ventilation systems using a new characteristic value”; “Field experiences of airborne moisture transfer in residential buildings”; “Ventilation habits in residential buildings”; “Flow conditions in a mechanically ventilated room with a convective heat source”; “Ventilation and indoor air quality in a modern office building”; “Application of mathematical modelling to the evaluation of building ventilation systems”.