The 31st AIVC Conference - Low Energy and Sustainable Ventilation Technologies for Green Buildings, was held in Seoul, Korea, 26-28 October 2010.

Contains 80 papers.

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This study proposes the hybrid ventilation system and its design methods for high-rise buildings.
Sungmin Yoon, Jungmin Seo, Joonghoon Lee, and Doosam Song
In a commercial kitchen, a large ventilation rate is needed and energy consumption can be large because a large amount of effluence of heat and moisture need to be removed.
Koki Toyomura, Hisashi Kotani, Toshio Yamanaka, Yoshihisa Momoi, Kazunobu Sagara and Shota Takano
For patients, the sickroom is a place where they receive medical treatment and also a living space where they spend most of time in a day. Therefore, good indoor air quality and comfort should be kept in sickroom.
T. Inagaki, T. Yamanaka, K. Sagara, H. Kotani, Y. Momoi, T. Yamashita and N. Choi
Recently, Island kitchen is installed in many houses in Japan. In the island kitchen, the cooking range is placed on the island unit, and the center hood is located above the cooking flow in the room.
Yuji Tsumara, Hisashi Kotani, Toshio Yamanaka, Kazunobu Sagara and Yoshihisa Momoi
In extended laboratory measurements, the combination of new innovative domestic ventilation systems with low temperature heating is investigated, using the advanced EnoTemp measurement equipment.
Erwin Roijen, Peter Op ‘t Veld, Ad van der Aa
Natural ventilation is an effective method for energy conservation while potentially improving indoor air quality. Furthermore, a window has a significant impact on energy consumption.
Hyoin Kim, Geun Young Yun
In Japan where is located at the hot humid climate region, houses have been built considered hot summer life from ancient times. It is said that comfortable and cool feelings by cross-ventilation were more important.
Tomoyuki Endo, Takashi Kurabuchi and Toshihiro Nonaka
A field survey in a natural ventilated school building was carried out.
K. Kami, H. Kotani, T. Yamanaka, Y. Momoi, K. Sagara, T. Sakaguchi, and K. Tanaka
In predicting flow rate of a building ventilated by wind, the orifice equation is usually used. This conventional method cannot work for the building provided with large openings.
K. Asai , H. Kotani , T. Kobayashi , T. Yamanaka , K. Sagara and Y. Momoi
This study was aimed at making a model which predicted olfactory sensation. Firstly, it was conducted the experiment, which odor was exposed to subjects constantly and subjects evaluated odor, to investigate the olfactory adaptation process.
H. Nagatsugu, T. Yamanaka, K. Sagara, H. Kotani, Y. Momoi and A. Takemura
The objective of this research was to develop environment-friendly Hwangtoh binder for application of Hwangtoh for interior wall finishing materials in the housing.
Jisoo Jeon, Sumin Kim
To discuss the reduction of formaldehyde and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from engineered flooring, cashew nut shell liquid (CNSL)-formaldehyde (CF) resin and CF/PVAc resin were applied for the maple face of the veneer bonding on plyw
Jeong-Hun Lee, Sumin Kim
The climate of South Korea is that of high temperatures and high humidity in the summer season and low temperatures and low humidity in the winter.
Hea-Jeong Kim, Yun-Gyu Lee, Kyoo-Dong Song
This paper discusses on the indoor thermal environment controlled by the air-conditioners and the ceiling fans under the heating condition.
Natsuka Wakamatsu, Yoshihisa Momoi, Toshio Yamanaka, Kazunobu Sagara, Hisashi Kotani
Exhaust effectiveness indicates how effectively contaminated air can be removed from a space, whereas air change effectiveness indicates how effectively distribute fresh air into the space. It is intended to describe the exhaust effectiveness base
Hwataik Han, Kyung-Jin Jang, Si-Hyung Lim, and Jungkyung Kim
The winter thermal environment and indoor air quality in classrooms has been reported to be very poor in Japan. In this study, an air-conditioned, mechanically ventilated classroom was surveyed.
Shuzhao Liu, Hiroshi Yoshino, Akashi Mochida
Natural ventilation has been appraised as the main strategy in environmental control of airborne infection in resource-limited healthcare facilities.
Inkarojrit V.
This paper describes the energy-saving effects of the proposed system with an active ventilation function and a heat pump for heat recovery.
Miho Tanaka, Sihwan Lee and Shinsuke Kato
In order to insulate buildings more efficiently, many insulation methods have been proposed and successfully applied to the building envelope, including areas such as walls and windows.
Sihwan Lee, Miho Tanaka and Shinsuke Kato
The solar thermal desiccant cooling system was numerically investigated for application in the Asia-Pacific Region (East Asia and South East Asia).
N. Enteria, K. Mizutani, H. Yoshino, R. Yoshie, and A. Mochida