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33rd AIVC and 2nd TightVent Conference - Copenhagen, Denmark - 10-11 October 2012

The 33rd AIVC and 2nd TightVent Conference - Optimising Ventilative Cooling and Airtightness for [Nearly] Zero-Energy Buildings, IAQ and Comfort,  was held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 10-11 October 2012. Contains 61 papers. 

The 33rd AIVC and 2nd TightVent Conference - Optimising Ventilative Cooling and Airtightness for [Nearly] Zero-Energy Buildings, IAQ and Comfort,  was held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 10-11 October 2012.

Contains 61 papers. 

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The Proceedings of the 33rd AIVC Conference " Optimising Ventilative Cooling and Airtightness for [Nearly] Zero-Energy Buildings, IAQ and Comfort", held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 11-12 October 2012.
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The Presentations at the 33rd AIVC Conference " Optimising Ventilative Cooling and Airtightness for [Nearly] Zero-Energy Buildings, IAQ and Comfort", held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 11-12 October 2012
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The importance of adventitious air leakage under normal operational conditions and its reduction in order to save energy is highlighted by the relvant building standards of many countries.
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infiltration | permeability | energy | dwelling | modelling | CONTAM | AIDA
It still remains heat loss and high risk of moisture condensation occurrence at glass of window because they have relatively poor insulating qualities and usually contribute the greatest heat loss
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Air supply type airflow window system | Double-pane window | moisture condensation | CFD
An efficient thermal insulation of glazing or window frame is important because poor insulating performance usually cause the largest heat loss on any buildings.
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dynamic insulation | Window frame | airtightness | ventilation rate | Field test
Accuracy in estimation of airflow through windows is the key parameter for modelling and designing of naturally ventilated buildings.
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Centre-pivot roof window | Discharge Coefficient | CFD

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