Grimsrud D.T. Sherman M.H. Blomsterberg A.K. Rosenfeld A.H.
Bibliographic info:
In "Changing energy use futures" ed. R.A.Fazzolare and C.B.Smith Pergamon press N.Y. 1979 vol.3 p.1351-1359. = Lawrence Berkeley laboratory report no.9157.

Describes results of measurements of air leakage, surface pressures and air infiltration for several conventional and energy efficient houses located throughout the United States. The measurements are compared with predicted infiltration obtained from a simple model combining measured air leakage values and average surface pressures. It was found that within limits therewas reasonable agreement between measurements and predictions. Particular features of the energy efficient houses which reduce air leakage, and therefore air infiltration, are described.