Ferguson J E
Bibliographic info:
Ottawa, Canada: Energy, Mines and Resources,1982. BETT pubn. no. 82.06. 44p. 60 refs.

Addresses air leakage of warehouses and light industrial buildings including the significance of infiltration/exfiltration, air leakage sites, and measurement techniques. Concludes that 1, only limited leakage data are available for components of this building category 2, no model has been developed specifically for use in warehousing and light industrial buildings. However, one of the existing models for residential buildings could possibly be adapted. Recommends setting up an air tightness/infiltration database for this category, generation of component leakage data, and development of an infiltration model.