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Measurement of air tightness of houses.

Stricker S., 1975
air infiltration | air leakage | air quality | tobacco smoke | house | humidity | pressurization | particulate
Bibliographic info: ASHRAE Trans. 1975 vol.81 part 1 p.148-167
Languages: English

Describes pressurization method of measuring air leakage using a fan installed through an open window. Gives results of survey of 24 houses. Humidity, meteorological parameters, indoor particulate levels, measured equivalent leakage areas and other information were recorded. Finds that tight houses tend to havehigher humidity, that leaky houses require more heating energy and that houses where smoking takes place have higher air pollution levels than others.


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