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CR 09: Source book for residential hybrid ventilation development

De Gids W.F., 2007
Bibliographic info: AIVC Contributed Report 09, 2007, 74 pp
Languages: English Pages (count): 74

This report has been produced in the framework of the EU RESHYVENT project (Cluster Project on Demand Controlled Hybrid Ventilation in Residential Buildings with Specific Emphasis on the Integration of Renewables).

The purpose of this Source Book is to review reference data from all work packages in the Reshyvent project for the development and application of residential hybrid ventilation systems. It is concerned primarily with basic data and information for industrial parties who are involved in the development of components for residential demand controlled hybrid ventilation or complete systems for it.

This source book intends to help and guide industry during the pre phase of the development process with information in the field of demand controlled hybrid ventilation.

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