The 22nd AIVC Conference, Market Opportunities for Advanced Ventilation Technology, was held in Bath, UK, 11-14 September 2001.

Contains 42 papers

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This study investigates the application of night ventilation techniques in ten urban canyons, situated in the extended region of Athens, Greece.
Geros V, Santamouris M, Guarracino G
In the framework of SOLVENT project, work was carried out to develop strategies and dissemination material to assist the efficient application of solar and passive ventilation in urban buildings.
Kolokotroni M, Santamouris M, Allard F, Chiaus C, Alvarez S, Palmer J
The Building Regulations with regard to the energy performance of buildings in the Netherlands is an attempt to a performance oriented requirement in conjunction with a test standard. The test standard in fact means a calculation procedure.
de Gids W F
The International Space Station (ISS) is the biggest multinational space program ever with 16 countries involved. Since November 2000 the station is permanently occupied with a crew of 3 astronauts.
Raatschen W
In urban areas, people stand the most of their time in indoor environment. In this context, indoor air quality is more and more a subject of concern. Outdoor air quality can have a large impact on indoor air quality.
Collignan B, Flori J P, Kirchner S, le Moullec Y, Villenave J
In this paper, measurement and simulation results are presented that demonstrate the energy performance of a recently built ecological house in Helsinki, Finland.
Simonson C
This paper is an overview of the work carried out during a 3year EPSRC funded project investigating the important factors in Supply Air window design. The structure and some of the main conclusions of this work are presented here.
McEvoy M, Southall R
The airtightness performances of buildings and ventilation systems can have a major impact on the indoor climate (IAQ, thermal comfort,...) and on the energy performance.
Delmotte C, van Orshoven D, Wouters P
In this paper the experimental results of the measurements obtained after the completion of a test room realised in the laboratories of the Dipartimento di Energetica dell'Universit di Ancona and the development of the monitoring system are report
Principi P, di Perna C, Ruffini E
The main problem in natural ventilation is that its efficiency depends very tightly on the meteorological conditions : high wind velocity and outside temperature lower than inside are optimal conditions for efficient ventilation.
Berthin S
Increased global warming and deterioration of the ozone layer have stimulated interest in the use of renewable energy systems.
Elmualim A, Awbi H
We investigate the airtightness of 12 French non-residential buildings, by means of experimental fan-depressurization tests.
Litvak A, Boze D, Kilberger M
Earth-air heat exchangers can be used to reduce energy consumption in building ventilation systems. The idea is to pre-heat air in winter and pre-cool air in summer using the thermal capacity of the soil.
de Paepe M
It is expected that there will be in 2003 an energy performance regulation for the Flemish Region. In the framework of the VLIET-EPIGOON project, a proposal for such legislation is under preparation.
Wouters P, van Orshoven D, Vandaele L, Schietecat J
Air filters may be used to reduce indoor airborne concentration which is one of the main indoor air pollutants. Air filters performances have to be measured in order to be able to select the right product for a given application.
Ginestet A, Pugnet D, Salazar J H, Grange P
In this paper, measurement and simulation results are presented that demonstrate the energy performance of a recently built ecological house in Helsinki, Finland.
Simonson C
This paper illustrates the airtightness and ventilation performance of a recently built ecological house in Helsinki, Finland.
Simonson C
The performance of a Ventilated wall component under real weather conditions was tested, during two weather seasons, winter and summer.
Dimoudi A, Androutsopoulos A, Lykodis S
Energy Performance standardisation and legislation is receiving an increased interest in many countries.
Wouters P, Porrez J, van Orshoven D, Vandaele L

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