The 30th AIVC Conference, Trends in High Performance Buildings and the Role of Ventilation, was held in Berlin, Germany, 1-2 October 2009.

Contains 48 papers 

 

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In 2003 the new extension of the German Museum of Technology (Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin), which comprises around 12,000 m?? of exhibition space was completed as a low-energy building.
Johann Reiss, Hans Erhorn
The paper is devoted to the analysis of possibility for construction of low energy buildings withenvelopes controlled for minimization of energy consumption by air conditioning systems.
Anatolijs Borodinecs, Baiba Gaujena
In most Dutch classrooms draught results in insufficient ventilation and poor air quality during the heating season, adversely affecting the well being and performance of pupils.
P. Jacobs, B. Knoll
The influence of ventilation on the energy performance of a building is generally considered to be quite high. It rises clearly, when a building contains large-volume spaces.
Anna Staudt, Hans Erhorn, Heike Erhorn-Kluttig
The current rate of consumption across Europe is leading to environmental problems. We need toreduce our impact to nature - our ecological footprint - by two thirds to achieve a sustainable andglobally equitable level.
W. Zeiler, J. Van Deursen
A questionnaire presented to designers demonstrates the difficulty to explain the specific status, thestratification and the correlation of parameters, features, concepts, principles and requirements.
S. De Bruycker
In schools the temperature of the indoor air is one of the most important factors in terms of the indoorclimate.
Birgitta Nordquist
The paper presents the results and analysis of the energy consumption of a newly designed office building in relation to quality of the indoor environment.
J. Ferdyn-Grygierek, A. Baranowski
The dependence of the ventilation on the indoor particulate pollution is highlighted by numerousstudies.
Margarita N. Assimakopoulos, Christos H. Halios, Mat Santamouris, Dafni Sfihtelli, Stathis Chrisafis
The indoor air quality is a very important issue and it generally depends on the airtightness of theshell, the ventilation rates, the deposition and the resuspension rates of the particles and the internalsources as well.The whole experimental pro
Aikaterini Sfakianaki, Agelis Stavropoulos, Konstantinos Pavlou, Christoforos Halios, Margarita-Niki Assimakopoulos, Mat Santamouris
One of the topics studied in the European IEE-ASIEPI project (www.asiepi.eu) is the way envelopeairtightness is dealt with in the EPB-regulations of the Member States.
F.-R. Carrié, A. Tilmans, D. Van Orshoven, P. D'Herdt, C. Mees, P. Wouters, G. Guyot, M.E. Spiekman
The vortex ventilation system (VV) which uses a rotating finned swirler installed coaxially with the exhaust duct is a very effective local ventilator.
J.W. Lee, Y.B. Lim
The legal background for the assessment of the energy performance of buildings and energycertificates in Germany will be changed in October 2009.
Simon Wössner, Jan de Boer and Hans Erhorn
International building legislation is setting stronger and stronger requirements for the energy performance of buildings.
Heike Erhorn-Kluttig, Hans Erhorn, Hicham Lahmidi, Ren Anderson
In 2005 the first Energy Efficiency Plan for South Africa was developed by the Department of Mineralsand Energy. This plan sets the target for energy efficiency improvements of 12% until 2015.
Johannes Schrade, Simon Wössner and Hans Erhorn
Office buildings in central Chile normally show higher cooling than heating energy demand.Overheating is a frequent problem in this type of buildings in cities like Valparaso and Santiago.Santiago (33S) presents a Mediterranean climate, with a hig
Waldo Bustamante Gómez, Elisabeth Gratia
Due to the increase in CO2 emissions and the resulting climate change more and more efforts aremade to reduce energy consumption.
M. Krus, D. Rösler, A. Holm
It is well known that appropriate ventilation represents one of the prerequisites for achieving goodindoor comfort, and we try to ensure a continuous and sufficient intake of fresh air into a building.
M. Tomsic
On the way to the solution of our energy-problems, the conditioning of buildings is the most importantsector.
Gerd Hauser
For quite a long time energy conservation and energy efficiency were concentrated on a singlebuilding approach.
Heike Erhorn-Kluttig, Hans Erhorn

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