The 19th AIVC Conference, Ventilation Technologies in Urban Areas, was held in Oslo, Norway, 28-30 September 1998.

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The book of proceedings from the 19th AIVC Conference "Ventilation Technologies in Urban Areas", Oslo, Norway, 28-30 September 1998.
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Natural ventilation in office buildings can sometimes offer other advantages than traditionalmechanical ventilation systems. Often natural ventilation systems are promoted at an earlystage by an architect, but perceived dificulties, e.g.
Kronvall J, Svensson C, Adalberth K
The principles of a new tracer gas technique is described in the paper. The new technique involves pulse injection of tracer gas and has the same advantages as the previously known homogeneous emission technique.
Stymne H, Boman C A
Concentration of pollutants produced by car traffic in a street below the roof level has large spatial variations.
Flori J-P, Sacre C
Pre-assessing the reliability of ventilation systems is a dificult task and no simple methodshave existed. This paper presents a tool for estimating the reliability of domestic ventilationsystems.
Ruud S, Kronvall J
A systematic analysis of recently constructed dwellings in the Flemish Region has beenundertaken within the SENVIVV-project (1 995- 1998) [I]. In total 200 dwellings have beenexamined in detail.
Bossaer A, Demeester J, Wouters P, Vandermarke B, Vangroenweghe W
In many existing ventilation systems unintentional reentrainment of pollutant, due to improper location of exhaust and air intake, decreases quality of indoor environment.
Sowa J
The emissions of building materials like volatile organic compounds and indoor airbornecontaminants such as environmental tobacco smoke expose occupants to hazardowsubstances.
Takemasa Y, Moser A
The aim has been to determine ventilation rates and risk of moisture damage in three modernschools with passive stack ventilation.
Blomsterberg A, Sikander E, Ruud S
The present paper discusses issues related to the potential of natuml ventilation techniques whenapplied to urban environment and in particular to buildings located in canyons.
Santamouris M, Papanikolaou N, Koronakis I, Georgakis C, Assimakopoulos D N
From an air pollution study in a medium-sized, seaside town in Central Greece (Volos) it wasfound that some common air pollutants (CO, NO, NOx, SO,, 0,), whose emissions are connectedto activities and conditions that reveal some characteristics of
Papamanolis N
The Finnish Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate has prepared a proposal for the classification of the cleanliness of new ventilation systems and components.
Sateri J
Heat recovery in ventilation systems for office buildings in cold climates is necessary for tworeasons:1. To obtain acceptable indoor thermal comfort by preheating of fresh air,2.
Hestad T, Skaret E, Brunsell J
Analytical solutions are derived for calculating natural ventilation flow rates in a single-zone building with two openings when no thermal mass is present.
Li Y, Delsante A
Modelling of indoor pollutant concentrations that varies in time can be a useful tool forestimation of the strength of internal sources and sinks. Usually the modelling has beencarried out using one zone, i.e.
Kraenzmer M, Ekberg L E
The Swedish Parliament decided 1991 that ventilation systems in all non-industrial buildingsshould be regularly inspected in intervals from 2 to 9 years, shortest for schools, hospitals etcand longest for natural ventilated flats.
Mansson L G
Since the beginning of this decade, natural ventilation in office buildings has been receiving specific interest. There are two sorts of application. Natural ventilation can be a strategy for indoor air quality control.
Demeester J, Wouters P, Ducarme D, et al
A humidity controlled air flow terminal device works as a humidity sensor : its openingsurface varies according to relative humidity inside a room in order to match air flow rate topollution.
Spennato B
In this paper ventilation strategies are examined in order to improve the thermal performanceof an attached sunspace of a two-storey semi-detached house in the area of Athens Greece.The ventilation strategies examined are cross and single-sided ve
Koinakis C, Chrisomallidou N
The Ventilation Standard HASS-102 of The Society of Heating, Air-conditioning andSanitary Engineere of Japan (SHASE Japan) was revised in November, 1997. The title of therevised standard is Ventilation Standard for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality.
Murakami S, Kobayashi N, Yoshino H, Kato S

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