The 35th AIVC Conference " Ventilation and airtightness in transforming the building stock to high performance", was held in Poznań, Poland, 24-25 September 2014. Contains 86 papers.

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The aim of improving air tightness of structures is to prevent the uncontrolled air leakages through structures. Built environments contain microbes, particulate and gaseous impurities but removing them is not always necessary.
Katariina Laine
Improving the airtightness of housing is an issue that concerns the Chilean state. Building ordinances do not currently include any requirement to limit infiltration and its associated energy loads.
Ariel Bobadilla, Felipe Ossio, Rodrigo Figueroa, Alex González , Muriel Díaz, Roberto Arriagada
This study presents a comparison of air leakage measurements collected recently (November 2013 to March 2014) with two sets of prior data collected between 2001-2003 from 17 new homes located near Atlanta, GA, and 17 homes near Boise, ID that were
Wanyu Rengie Chan, Max H. Sherman
The ventilation required in order to maintain acceptable indoor hygiene standards results in a significant consumption of energy.
Pilar Linares , Sonia García, Guillermo Sotorrío, José A Tenorio
Carbon dioxide included in exhaled breath is often used as a tracer gas when estimation of ventilation aspect in buildings with occupants is performed. Carbon dioxide produced by occupants is the key for the estimation.
Masaki Tajima, Takayuki Inoue, Yuji Ohnishi
Adopting natural ventilation as a retrofit strategy for cooling, due to the low impact nature of the installation, is attractive due to the cooling potential of untreated outdoor air for large periods of the extended cooling season, particularly i
Paul D O’Sullivan, Maria Kolokotroni