The book of proceedings from the 16th AIVC Conference "Implementing the results of ventilation research", Palm Springs, USA, 18-22 September 1995 Volume 1 includes 29 papers Volume 2 includes 26 papers
16th AIVC Conference - Palm Springs, USA - 18-22 September 1995
The 16th AIVC Conference - Implementing the results of ventilation research, was held in Palm Springs, USA, 18-22 September 1995.
Contains 51 papers.
16th AIVC Conference "Implementing the results of ventilation research" (Book of Proceedings) | 1995 | English | 561 pp
The energy impact involved between bringing in outdoor air for indoor air pollution reduction and the energy required to condition this air are investigated in this report.
Effectiveness of a heat recovery ventilator, an outdoor air intake damper and an electrostatic particulate filter at controlling indoor air quality in residential buildings. | 1995 | English
A preliminary study of the potential for using central forced-air heating and cooling system modifications to control indoor air quality (IAQ) in residential buildings was performed.
The IEA Annex 27, "Evaluation and Demonstration of Domestic Ventilation Systems" is aiming at developing tools by using the most developed computer models and equations available including modul development.
Thirty-one independent fan pressurization measurement series were performed on seven apartments in three family housing buildings at Fort Riley, Kansas, using four protocols.
Especially in modern buildings with small capacity of humidity storage it is necessary to reduce the humidity in the supply air. Normally a refrigeration system containing CFC s is used.
The use of IR detectors to steer the ventilation is in principle an attractive approach for optimising the ventilation according to the occupants needs.
To achieve acceptable indoor air quality (IAQ), ASHRAE Standard 62-1989 recommends the use of the alternative IAQ procedure.
Particulate deposition on indoor surfaces - its role with ventilation in indoor air quality prediction. | 1995 | English
There is an increasing concern at the possible health effects of fine suspended particulate (aerosol) upon human health, particularly in the urban environment.
Predicting indoor airflow by combining network approach, CFD and thermal insulation. | 1995 | English
This paper describes a method which aims to generate an overall view of multizone building air flow by integrating methods for bulk air flow analysis, air flow field analysis, and building thermal analysis.
Improvement of a mechanical ventilation system regarding the utilization of outdoor air. | 1995 | English
Nowadays it is rather common with demand controlled ventilation in public buildings and offices. The purpose of demand controlled ventilation is to adapt the ventilation to the varying needs of the occupations.
A new ventilation strategy for humidity control in dwellings - a demonstration project. | 1995 | English
A demand controlled ventilation system with humidity as the control parameter was tested in an experimental demonstration project in 16 apartments.
The ventilation of an attic is critical in estimating heating and cooling loads for buildings because the air temperature in the attic is highly sensitive to ventilation rate.
Design and installation of passive stack ventilation in retrofitted apartment buildings. | 1995 | English
Almost 60% of French residential buildings were built before the seventies, and an important part of those is to be retrofitted for complying with new needs with regard to acoustic insulation and energy saving.
The design and development of two energy and environmentally sustainable prototype office buildings. | 1995 | English
The C-2000 program for advances commercial buildings is an awards program to assist in the development of energy efficient and sustainable building technologies and design in Canada.
The indoor air quality and the ventilation performance of four occupied residential buildings with dynamic insulation. | 1995 | English
Dynamic insulation has been used in non domestic buildings for 20- 30 years in order to reduce the heat loss and to bring preheated air into the buildings.
The Dutch E Novation Program: indoor air quality in dwellings before and after renovation. | 1995 | English
The Dutch E novation program is a national demonstration program in which dwellings with high energy consumption, moisture and mould problems and poor indoor air quality were renovated, with special attention to the selection of the heating and ve
Air flow measurements and simulations were made on a 13-story apartment building to characterize the ventilation rates for the individual apartments.
In this paper, we investigate the potential of an aerosol-based technique to significantly reduce the leakiness of residential air distribution systems (ADS).
A laboratory for investigation of the air quality in simulated indoor environments. | 1995 | English
A laboratory, designed to form the basis for research aiming at increasing the knowledge concerning the interactions between indoor pollution sources and the indoor environment, has been taken into operation.