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Residential ventilation issues. Proceedings.

BETEC, 2000
mechanical ventilation | residential building
Bibliographic info: USA, Washington DC, Building Environment and Thermal Envelope Council, 2000, proceedings of a symposium held November 15, 2000, Washington Plaza Hotel, USA.
Languages: English

The symposium aimed to address the merits and drawbacks of various requirements for residential ventilation along with the problems encountered in implementing these requirements. Discusses proposed and existing ventilation standards and codes in the United States and Canada. Presentations included investigations of site-built as well as manufactured homes and highlighted issues relating to implementation, IAQ, energy, moisture and economics. Also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of requiring mechanical ventilation in residences.


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