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Comparative study of the indoor air quality of naturally ventilated and air-conditioned bedrooms of residential buildings in Singapore.

Nyuk Hien Wong N.H., Huang B., 2004
carbon dioxide | indoor air quality | natural ventilation | residential building | sick building syndrome | survey
Bibliographic info: Building and Environment , Vol. 39, Issue 9, September 2004, pp 1115-1123
Languages: English

For that study, IAQ measurements were carried out in 3 residential Singapore dwellings. CO2 levels were higher in air-conditioned bedrooms than in naturally ventilated bedrooms. Another survey demonstrated that almost all occupants using air-conditioners while sleeping presented one or more SBS symptoms than when using natural ventilation.


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