Toftum J., Langkilde G., Fanger O.
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Energy and buildings, Vol 36, Issue 9, September 2004, pp 899-903

The international center for indoor environment and energy, at the Technical University of Denmark has at its disposal 3 old and 9 new spaces for studying indoor environments and their incidence on human comfort, health, productivity at moderate energy demands. This paper describes those climate chambers, new laboratory and offices used for field experiments.