The 28th AIVC and 2nd Palenc Conference, Building Low Energy Cooling and Ventilation Technologies in the 21st Century, was held in Crete, Greece, 27-29 September 2007.

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A conference report from the 28th AIVC and 2nd Palenc Conference  " Building Low Energy Cooling and Ventilation Technologies in the 21st Century" held in Crete, Greece, 27-29 September 2007.
De Gids W F
One of the research areas of the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) concerns the built environment.Several facilities to conduct the research activities are at ECNs disposal.
Sijpheer, N.C.; Bakker, E.J.; Schuitema, R.; Ligthart, F.A.T.M.; Opstelten, I.J.
The design of sustainable cities in locations with adverseclimates should consider different ways to mitigatethe heat in open spaces, especially during the summerperiods.
Soutullo, S.; San Juan, C.; Olmedo, R.; Enriquez, R.; Palero, S.; Ferrer, J.A.; Heras, M.R.
The paper reports on a series of short projects undertaken in the course of the 2006-07 academic year as part of the AA School’s Masters Programme in Sustainable Environmental Design.
Yannas, S.
The European research project “EULEB – European high quality Low Energy Buildings” intends to provide information about good examples of energy efficient buildings in use, in order to reduce prejudices and lack of knowledge of many key actors of t
Schlenger, J.; Müller, H.
Real-time control of comfort in indoor spaces needs models of temperature distribution and air-velocity velocityfield. Complete models, based on CFD, give this information but are improper for real-time calculations.
Sempey, A.; Inard, C.; Ghiaus, C.; Allery, C.
High reflective coatings and paintings for the building envelope can be very useful to reduce the cooling loads and ensure thermal comfort conditions in the built environment.A sustainable painting obtained with a specialmixture of milk and vinega
Zinzi, M.; Fassano, G.; Manilia, E.
During the last years there is an increased consciousnessof the environmental problems, which are created by the use of fossil fuels for electrical power generation consumed by converting cooling systems.
Zidianakis, G.; Tsoutsos, T.; Zografakis, N.
Sustainable development means that any encroachment into the ecosystem must be done in such a manner that the survival of future generations is not threatened in any way.In simple terms this means that we should leave the world for our children a
Singery, M.; Mofidi, S.M.
Bioclimatic approach gives attention to the design of roof since it is commonly the building element which is most exposed.
Spanaki, A.
Illuminance and daylight availability are important parametersin daylighting design for passive, low energy architecture.
Zain-Ahmed, A.; Omar, H.; Alwi, M.Y.; Omar, M.; Ahmed, S.
This presentation projects the potential of mass interwovenwith other aspects of Bioclimatic Design, with the objective of energy conservation and utilization of renewable energy resources for indoor comfort.The variable of mass and its effect on
Serghides, D.
The paper provides a technical discussion on the developmentof zero energy building design strategies in the UK.
Wang, L.; Gwilliam, J.A.
In the previous study, it was found that urban heat island intensity in National University of Singapore (NUS) campusas high as 4oC at around 13:00.
Wong, N.H.; Jusuf, S.K.
The main decisions concerning thermal comfort and energyefficiency of buildings are made in the early stages of the architectural design.
Rosales, L.; Hobaica, M.E.; Ghiaus, C.; Allard, F.
Psychometric diagram, or diagram of humid air, was establishedby three authors in a period of 10 years, very possible independent from one another.
Todorovic, B.
In high performance office new buildings and renovations nowadays it is common practice to use multiple façade technology.
Zeiler, W.; Verdonschot, J.; Boxem, G.
The energy rehabilitation of listed buildings is of great importance as they are many limitations of the possibletechnical interventions.
Sfakianaki, K.; Vassilakopoulou, K.; Assimakopoulos, M.N.; Pavlou, K.; Doukas, P.; Gaitani, N.; Santamouris, M
Many schools today have a need for artificial cooling over the year but most of the classrooms do not have any cooling capacity installed. This fact results in high room temperatures as well as poor thermal comfort.
Wigö, H.
As the EPBD related regulations can not cover all possible kind of new technologies, Member States have to develop “principle of equivalence” procedures, in order to allow the assessment of the systems not covered by the standard calculation proce
Wouters, P.; Heijmans, N.; Janssens, A.; Van Den Bossche, N.; Roels, S.