Van der Horst J.F.
Bibliographic info:
Verwarm Vent. March 1967, 24, 3, 166-176

Discusses control from outdoors and gives a formula for the heat required to maintain indoor design temperatures. Outlines the twofold effect of wind, i.e. the increase in the heat transmission coefficient for outside walls, and increased ventilation and air infiltration caused by pressure differences. Explains the solar effect by formulating the heat load on the outer walls and through the windows. An example illustrates the calculation procedure. Tabulates the increase in heat consumption due to wind; this varies with wind speed, building location and height. Describes the outdoor controller, location and its limitations.